WONDERS OF ANCIENT INDIA: The awe inspiring Kailash / Kailasa Temple, Ellora Caves, Nr Aurangabad, Maharashtra. (Carved out from a single 120 feet high rock! in the century AD, dedicated to Lords Shiva & Parvati)
The Kailasa Temple, an century Hindu temple in Ellora, India. The structure wasn't built from the ground up, or even carved out of the escarpment wall. This temple was meticulously carved from a solid chunk of rock from the top to bottom.
Ellora* is an archaeological site in Maharashtra, India built by the Rashtrakuta dynasty. Ellora represents the epitome of Indian rock-cut architecture. The 34 "caves" are actually structures excavated out of the vertical face of the Charanandri hills.
Kailashnath Temple in Maharashtra, India. The temple is carved out of one single rock - Dedicated to Hindu Lord Shiva the temple was built between CE by the Rashtrakuta King Krishna and measures about 60 feet tall and 200 feet wide.