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Elephanta Caves Gallery

  • The great hall: Cave one

  • Outside the cave

  • Outside Entrance

  • Elephanta statues

  • Entrance to Elephanta caves

  • A close up of Shiva as Nataraja

  • Ardhanarishvara (half male-half female God), depicting Shiva and his consort Shakti/Parvati.

Notes

  1. ↑ Elephanta Caves. World Heritage Site. Retrieved Retrieved February 7, 2008…
  2. ↑ Save the Caves. south-asian.com. Retrieved Retrieved February 7, 2008…
  3. ↑ Elephanta Caves. Bolography. Retrieved Retrieved February 7, 2008…
  4. ↑ Jerry Pinto, “Lord of the Islands,” HT Cafe, Mumbai, Monday, June 4, 2007, 31.
  5. ↑ Elephanta Caves. Mumbai Net. Retrieved Retrieved February 7, 2008…
  6. ↑ Duffer's Guide to Elephanta, Mid-Day, Tinaz Nooshan, Feb. 22, 2007, A14
  7. ↑ Jerry Pinto, “Lord of the Islands,” HT Cafe, Mumbai, Monday, June 4, 2007, 31.
  8. ↑ Jerry Pinto, “Lord of the Islands,” HT Cafe, Mumbai, Monday, June 4, 2007, 31.
  9. ↑ Jerry Pinto, “Lord of the Islands,” HT Cafe, Mumbai, Monday, June 4, 2007, 31.

References

  • Chandra, Pramod. A Guide to the Elephanta Caves. Ancient monuments of India, no. 2. Bombay: Bhulabhai Memorial Institute, 1957.
  • Chandra, Pramod. Elephanta Caves, Gharapuri; A Pictorial Guide. Ancient monuments of India series, 2. Bombay: Bhulabhai Memorial Institute; distributors: Madhliso, 1970. OCLC 481130
  • Duffer's Guide to Elephanta, Mid-Day. Feb 22, 2007, A14f.
  • Pearse & Co. Bombay. Guide to Elephanta (or Gharapuri). Devonport: J. Clark, 1884. OCLC 31031036
  • Shastri, Hiranand, and Ratan Parimoo. A Guide to Elephanta. 1978. OCLC 163685281

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