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Façade of Ravana ka khai, Ellora, Aurangabad, औरंगाबाद, ghrushneswar, ellora caves, ajanta caves, old aurangabad, aurangabad city, aurangabad tourist attraction.

Façade of Ravana ka khai, Ellora, Aurangabad, औरंगाबाद, ghrushneswar, ellora caves, ajanta caves, old aurangabad, aurangabad city, aurangabad tourist attraction.

Windmill Swallowtail Butterfly (Byasa dasarada ravana) / Nainital, Uttarakhand, India / Enlarge pic to see the detail in the wings - incredible! Photo: Peter Smetacek

Windmill Swallowtail Butterfly (Byasa dasarada ravana) / Nainital, Uttarakhand, India / Enlarge pic to see the detail in the wings - incredible! Photo: Peter Smetacek

Ravana isn't a demon king, in fact he ruled the whole world and had connections beyond the earth. Ramayana is only written from indian perspective, where Ravana is vilified. He is not a villain.b

Ravana isn't a demon king, in fact he ruled the whole world and had connections beyond the earth. Ramayana is only written from indian perspective, where Ravana is vilified. He is not a villain.b

Ravana shaking mount Kailash: Ten-headed demon king Ravana is holding up Kailas mountain. You can see Lord Shiva is sitting with his beloved Parvathi on the top of the mountain. BELUR.

Ravana shaking mount Kailash: Ten-headed demon king Ravana is holding up Kailas mountain. You can see Lord Shiva is sitting with his beloved Parvathi on the top of the mountain. BELUR.

Lord Shiva at Murdeshwar in the backdrop of the Arabian Sea. Murdeshwar is about 165kms from Mangalore and has an ancient Murdeshwar Temple. This temple embodies a Shiva Linga is believed to have erupted when Ravana (Demon King of Lanka) flung the cloth covering the Atmalinga at Gokarna while lifting it. Lord Shiva, following a complicated sequence of events, declared that Murudeshwara should be one of his five holy places.

Lord Shiva at Murdeshwar in the backdrop of the Arabian Sea. Murdeshwar is about 165kms from Mangalore and has an ancient Murdeshwar Temple. This temple embodies a Shiva Linga is believed to have erupted when Ravana (Demon King of Lanka) flung the cloth covering the Atmalinga at Gokarna while lifting it. Lord Shiva, following a complicated sequence of events, declared that Murudeshwara should be one of his five holy places.

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