Ancient Painting, Jain Cave 32, Ellora Caves, Maharashtra, India
Ellora caves has 5 Jain Caves of Digambara sect dated in the 9th and 10th centuries AD.
Reflecting the essence of Jain philosophy and a strict sense of asceticism Jain caves at Ellora can be described as a natural art galleries of exceptional ancient Jain art - do specifically explore Cave 30 or Chhota Kailash, Cave 32 or the Indra Sabha and the Jagannath Sabha or Cave 33.
The above painting is credited to Thomas Daniell and James Wales; Thomas Daniell - (1749 – 1840) an English landscape painter who spent seven years in India, accompanied by his nephew William, also an artist, and published series of aquatints of the country.
Ellora Caves located in Aurangabad district, Maharashtra, India is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. How to reach Ellora Caves?