Amarnath Cave temple
Amarnath cave temple is a famous Hindu temple located in Jammu and Kashmir and it is considered to be one of the holiest shrines in Hinduism. The soft and icy snow which covers the cave makes the temple more beautiful and a striking heritage site. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and the Shiva Linga here has many unique features-during May to August the Shiva Linga gets smaller and finally diminishes and with the phases of moon, it increases and during summer festival it reaches the maximum height.
Thrikkur Mahadeva Temple, Thrissur
Thrikkur Mahadeva temple is one of the few cave temples in Kerala, which is located near Manali river in Thrissur. A 6 ft natural stone lingam is preserved in this large and magnificent Shiva Temple. A waterhole on the topmost part of the rock, which never dries even during the scorching summer heat, is something astonishing. Lord Ganesh, Ayyappa, Skanda or Lord Muruga, Parvati and a Shivlinga are the other deities of this temple. Along with the divine passion and holiness you can feel here, the amazing architecture and beauty of the place are worth
Elephanta Cave Temple
Elephanta Cave Temples located at Elephanta Island in Maharashtra is the finest example of fabulous Indian architecture, with its marvelous sculptures and carvings. There are two groups of caves here- a large group of five Hindu cave temples and a smaller group of two Buddhist temples. This cave was designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in the year 1987 to preserve the artwork and it is currently maintained by the Archaeological