India: see ElloraEllora
, village, E central Maharashtra state, India. Extending more than 1 mi (1.6 km) on a hill are 34 rock and cave temples (5th–13th cent.), most of them Hindu but some Buddhist and Jain.
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She invoked 12th-century social reformer and thinker Lord Basaveshwara's principles and said, "Our government recognizes and follows the teachings of Lord Basaveshwara who preached 'Kayakave Kailasa" (work is worship).
Colombo, March 24 -- His Holiness Bodhinatha Veylanswami, 163rd Head of the Nandinatha Sampradaya's Kailasa Paramparaand Guru at Kauai's Hindu Monastery - a sprawling 382-acre temple-monastery complex on Hawaii's Garden Island, was last Friday at Maviddapuram Kandaswamy Kovil, with a busload of his disciples and devotees from America to participate in the special puja held here.
The festival's 2018 edition will have non-stop entertainment throughout the day, including An Evening with Bollywood megastar Shilpa Shetty on the August 16, Spectacular Concert by renowned Bollywood singer Kailash Kher on August 17 along with his famous band, Kailasa. Also, there will be daily choreographed performances by 'India's Got Talent' finalists, the Beat Breakers.
The following day after Shetty's session, Kher's band Kailasa will perform on stage.
The highlight of Ellora is the Kailasa temple, the largest monolithic structure in the world, which was meticulously carved from the top to the bottom.
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