This cave temple lies north of Krishna's Butterball.Infron of it there are lot of natural rocks. This cave temple is devoted to Hindu's three God's Brahma,Vishnu,Mahesh (Shiva). Last panel on south has Durga. Temple has 3 cells from north to south are as
1 Northside-- dedicated to Brahma- creator , diffrent & uniqueness is that here Brahma has only one face instead of 4 faces,wearing a cross garland of rudraksha. Rosary & watervessal in upper two hands.
2 Middle-- Dedicated to Shiva -the destroyer. Shivling in front & back of it four armed Shiva having axe & rosary in upper pair of hands
3 South-- Dedicated to Vishnu-the Preserver,again a large sculpture having conch &discus
Common things in 3 temples are as
Outside each cave beautiful pillars, carvings of Dwarapals, in cell devotees kneeling on floor.
Outside after 3 cells on southren side a image of Goddess Durga with 8 arms & standing on severed head of demon Mahisha
In front of this complex there is a circular rockcut cistern
on back of this temple on rocks some beautiful carvings of elephants as in Arjuna's Penance
Dont miss it, my request to tourists is please dont throw any disposable in that circular cistern or any where . These structures are our Heritage
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