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Trees Outside Elephanta Caves

Published over 5 years ago by C B Arun Kumar

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The area surrounding Elephanta Caves Comples is a dense forest of old trees filled with chattering monkeys who can be quite aggresive with tourists at times.

Old Ferry moored at Elephanta Island

Published over 5 years ago by C B Arun Kumar

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Elephanta or Gharapuri Island is located10 kms from the Gateway of India, Mumbai and is easily assesible by a boat service<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/old-ferry-moored-at-elephanta-island-mumbai">...(more)</a>

Fishing Boats At Elephanta Island

Published over 5 years ago by C B Arun Kumar

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Fishing boats moored at Elephanta Island. There are three small villages on yjeIsland and tourism to the caves and fishing are the main sources of livelihood for the villagers.

A view of two Caves, Elephanta Island

Published over 5 years ago by C B Arun Kumar

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A view of the Elephanta Caves from the outside. The main Cave is to the right and the entrance in front leads to a subsidi<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/a-view-of-two-caves-elephanta-island-mumbai">...(more)</a>

Trimurti Elephanta Caves

Published over 5 years ago by C B Arun Kumar

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The Trimurti or 3 forms is a concept in Hinduism where Creation, Maintenance and Destruction are personified by the three Gods Brahma <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/trimurti-elephanta-caves-mumbai">...(more)</a>

Guardians of the Shivalinga

Published over 5 years ago by C B Arun Kumar

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The Shivalinga is a non-anthropomorphic representation of the Hindu deity Shiva and has been probably used as a symbol of worship f<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/guardians-of-the-shivalinga-mumbai">...(more)</a>

Ferry to Elephanta Caves

Published over 5 years ago by C B Arun Kumar

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Ferry Boats leave from Gateway of India to Elephanta Island on all days of the week except Mondays when the caves are closed to the public. The trip takes betwwen 45min and 60 minutes depending on the weather and tides.