A site in central India with a series of magnificent rock-cut Buddhist, Jain, and Hindu temples, mainly of the Gupta Period c 320-540 AD. Many of them have fine sculptures. The most remarkable of the monuments is the monolithic Kailasa Temple, cut from a single outcropping of rock. It is extensively carved with sculptures of Hindu divinities and mythological figures and dedicated to Shiva. It was built in the 8th century.