Here are listed Hindu temples and pilgrimage sites described in this website.

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NoNameCountryConstructionRank
32 Ellora Caves, Kailasanatha Temple India around 550 - 1000 AD 1
35 Elephanta Caves India around the 5th - 7th century AD 2
37 Badami Cave Temples India the late 6th - 7th century AD 4
43 Varaha Cave Temple India the 7th century AD 9
45 Atiranachanda Mandapam India the late 7th century AD 8
46 Krishna Mandapam India the late 7th century AD 8
47 Ramanuja Mandapam India around 640 - 674 AD 8
48 Mahishasura Mardini Cave India ? 7
49 Koneri Mandapam India the 6th - 7th century AD 8
50 Lalitankura Pallavesvara Griham India the early 7th century AD. 7
52 Udayagiri Caves, Khandagiri Caves India Jains - the 1st century BC or earlier. 5
56 Ravana Phadi, Aihole India the 6th century AD 8
58 Adivaraha Cave Temple India the 7th century AD 9
60 Ankai-Tankai Caves India the 10th - 13th century AD 8
61 Gorakhgad Caves India ? 9
68 Melakkoil - Kudumiyanmalai Cave Temple India the 7th century AD 9
69 Undavalli Caves India the 7th - 8th century AD 6
70 Murugan Temple, Thiruparankundram India the 8th century AD, the 16th - 18th century AD 6
71 Thirunadhikkara Cave Temple India the 9th - 10th century AD 7
72 Jata Shankar, Pachmarhi India ? 8
78 Malayadipatti rock-cut Hindu temples India the late 8th - early 9th century AD 5
79 Ravan Chhaya rock shelter near Sitabinji India the 4th - 6th century AD 7
83 Lenyadri Caves, Junnar India the 1st - 3rd century AD 6
87 Tulja Lena, Junnar India the 1st - 3rd century AD 8
88 Panhale Kaji (Panhale Kazi) India the 1st - 13th century AD 6
103 Lonad Caves India the 5th century AD? 7
104 Gavi Gangadhareshwara India the 9th century AD? 5
149 Mawjymbuin Cave India recent 9
252 Masroor Rock Cut Temples (Masrur Temples) India the 8th century AD 4
253 Pancha Rathas, Mahabalipuram India the 7th century AD 2

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India: Elephanta Caves

Elephanta Caves, inside the Great Cave
Inside the Great Cave / vascoplanet, Vyacheslav Argenberg, / CC BY 2.0

The centre of one of the largest cities in the world – Mumbai – is just 10 kilometres away from the small, forested Elephanta Island. But forests and cliffs of Elephanta Island hide magnificent secrets – Elephanta Caves, giant chambers hewn in solid cliff and adorned with some of the most magnificent stone carvings known to be made by ancient man.