Elephanta Caves
Elephanta Caves

Elephanta Cages: Hewn out of solid rock, the Elephanta Caves, on the island of Elephanta across Bombay Harbour, also known as 'Gharapuri', date back to 600 AD.  The cave complex is a collection of shrines, courtyards, inner cells, grand halls and porticos arranged in the splendid symmetry of Indian rock-cut architecture. 
The title on Elephanta Caves, a UNESCO listed World Heritage site, narrates the story of the origin of these sculptures with beautiful illustrations.  The statue of Brahma on the island is not only one of the finest sculptures, but it also throws some light on how developed ancient India was. 
This is part of the spectacular WILCO PICTURE LIBRARY (WPL), slated to be a 500 plus titles series, pioneering the innovative way of enlightening on various subjects in a fun-filled way via a comic format artwork, full of colourful illustrations along with simple but interesting narration and dialogues, thereby making story-telling an enjoyable experience.

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