The primeval caves of Ellora are the epitome of art, spirituality and religious harmony. The Ellora caves represent 34 Buddhist, Hindu and Jain cave temples carved out of the rock between 350 AD and 700 AD. The temples exhibit the extreme artistry of the human hands creating magic on the rocks as if making them alive and speak. The most famous amongst them is the Kailasa Temple, the world's largest monolithic sculpture, covered with a variety of finely carved panels. One can give a special look at the elephant standing outside the Kailasa temple, his trunk being lost in the mystery of time. Scenes from the great epics Mahabharata and Ramayana intricately carved on the walls of Kailasa temple narrating the minutest details of the epics is something jewel on the earth.