A rare example of rock cut monolithic buildings – five ornate shrines and three sculptures of animals. Created in the late 7th century AD.
A group of 15 ornate structures made from live stone in the second half of the 8th century in the shape of steep-sided pyramids.
Group of 109 Buddhist rock cut cave temples in the outskirts of Mumbai, developed in the 1st century BC – 9th century AD.
27 – 35 caves, carved around the 1st century BC. Historically important, contain valuable inscriptions and exquisite artwork.
One of the oldest Buddhist rock-cut structures in the world. 22 caves, created approximately in the 2nd century BC. Beautiful stone-carved facades, other values of art and history.
This beautiful rock-cut temple complex includes the most beautiful prayer hall – chaitya – of Indian cave temples. Developed in 120 BC – the 10th century AD.
A group of four beautiful rock-cut temples, made in the 6th – 7th centuries AD. Located in the ancient capital of Early Chalukyas. Art of temples witnesses the search for a distinct style.
Group of beautiful, five Hindu and two Buddhist rock-cut temples, built around the 5th – 8th century AD. Great Cave includes the famous sculpture of Trimurthi.
One of the highest achievements not only in Hindu architecture but in ancient structural engineering of the world. A group of 34 rock-cut temples, including the glorious Kailasanatha Temple, are cut out from a whole rock. Built around 550 – 1000 AD.
One of the most beautiful rock-cut temple complexes in the world. It was developed in the 2nd century BC – 480 AD. In total there are 28 – 30 rock-cut structures, containing murals and sculptures of high importance to the culture of mankind.