A study on Elephanta caves and its cultural heritage
Mamta Rani, Dr. Suchita Mishra
Elephanta Caves are the World Heritage site and a gathering of buckle sanctuaries prevalently committed to Hindu god Shiva. They’re put on Elephanta Island or Gharapuri (actually the town of caves) in Bombay Harbor, ten kilometers (6.2 mi) toward the east of the town of Bombay inside the Indian condition of geographic zone. The island, put seaward with respect to two kilometers (1.2 mi) west of the Jawaharlal Nehur Port, comprises of Shaivite caves and some Buddhist stupa hills. A Persian engraving recommends that it had been plundered.