Nothing can beat these oldies! great shot.
Excellent snap of beautiful carving. When I was there I found lighting was inadequate.
That is amazing. We have nothing as old as that around here. Great picture.
That is incredible! And what a fabulous shot -- as usual!
Namaskara! Old! Old! In America is something is 200 years old, it's "old!" Great photo - love the cave carving! Dhanyavadagalu from EAGAN daily photo
Elephanta caves are my most favourite haunt in Mumbai. I love the boat ride from Gateway of India to the caves.
Fantastic! And so well-preserved.
Mumbai is very fashionable today. So many things can be found there. Very nice historical carvings in pic !!!!
une belle sculpture. Elle est bien conservéea nice sculpture. It is kept well
thsank you for teaching me something new about your city.
Fabulous. So different from what we know here in Israel.Your moon in the clouds is also beautiful (and also old).
Great shot! I so much want to go here someday! Have heard a lot about this place!
Now that is really old. If there is something older it has to be animal-made instead of man-made.
7 AD? That's older than I am! ;-)Nice shot of a very interesting piece!
Thats really old,but its a beauty, I like it :)
Old and well preserved.
Now I feel younger .. Great shot as always, Deepak!
I think it certainly qualifies as old. What caught my eye was the short skirt the woman is wearing; it is back in style again this year:)
Wonderful closeup of those old carvings. Great beauty speaking to us from so long ago!
Ah that beauty immortal!Thanks!
gr8 pix..brought back memories of my visit years ago..cheers friend
I love antique buildings and carvings - also utility items like pots and drinking vessels and tools. It's humbling to think man has been making these wonderful things for so long. We are here for the blink of an eye.
7AD is old, but i recently went to a place where tehre were remnants of paintings that were from 1500 BC (very very old!)
I guess you really have an advantage in this theme. There's not too much you can find in my corner of the world that would approach this! Excellent work!