The Elephanta Caves
Elephanta Caves are a beautiful blend of aesthetic beauty and sculptural art. Stunning archaeological remains cover the story of rich dynasties that once ruled. From the 5th to the 6th century, these stunning rock-cut caves of Elephanta were built. The Big Cave 1 goes to the magnificent height of 39 meters wide from the front entrance. A rock cut can move into the vast world of architecture. Trimurti and other various sculpture genres of Lord Shiva are slaughtered. The cave 1 represents the makers Shiva, Taptapurusha or Mahadeva, which is crowned by the crowned 7 meter high piece "Satishav", Lord Shiva, Aghora or Bhairave on the entrance of the well, which preserves Shiva and Vamadeva or Uma symbols. Shiva as destructive Far from worldly worries, this immortal land of Shiva quietly lives on the elephant island of western India. Rocks, idols and reckless stories divide a mysterious idol that gives this infinite mystical’s to the caves.
Rani Ki Vav
Rani Ki Vav, located in Patan of Gujarat, is an ancient step, which was built by Rani Udaymati in the 11th century to worship the holy water of the Saraswati River. An excellent example of subterranean architecture, Rani Ki vav is 64 meters long, 20 meters wide and 27 meters deep and runs downwards up to seven storeys. All these gardeners have more than 500 sculptures, in which all humans, nostrils, deities and kings are different types of skills, glory and confusion, in which the main subject is the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu. If you look closely at each of them, their expressions and ' mudras ' will also appear clearly. When the course of the Saraswati river changed due to the technonic interruption, it was filled with stairs that are both beautiful and protected. In the middle of the well is the Sheshnayi Vishnu carving, which shows the mysterious and puzzling illusions of brick-built wells. In ancient times, these steps were not just a place for interaction and socialization, but the temple suggests that, where even royal families are taking shelter in royal families during the summer months of summer, with water acting as a natural conductor! The legend says that 30 km There is a long tunnel that passes through the footsteps that leads to the city of Siddhpur's neighborhood, which is used by the king to obtain surrender at the time of the war.