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Kailashnath Temple, Ellora Caves
India
The Kailashnath Temple or No. 16 of the 34 Ellora caves, is an 8th Century megalithic rock cut temple in Aurangabad district in Central India. This enormous temple was carved out of the rock face by sculptors working down the mountain to create this astounding megalithic structure.
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