There are two Dhwajasthambha (pillars with the flagstaff) in the courtyard. The grand sculpture of Ravana attempting to lift Mount Kailasa, the abode of Lord Shiva, with his full might is a landmark in Indian art.
The above text courtesy from the website of wikipedia.org http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kailashnath_Temple,_Ellora
These are 2 different Kailasanath Temple Ellora Caves vintage photographs. These 2 vintage photographs are the originals from the collection of Mr.Anthony Davis of http://www.19cphoto.com/.
Mr.Anthony Davis has excellent collection of vintage photographs of several countries across the globe and they are available for sale at his website http://www.19cphoto.com/.
Mr.Anthony Davis giving me permission for using his several Indian vintage photographs in my Heritage of India blog. Anthony Davis sir thank you very much for your encouragement for allowing me for using your Indian vintage photographs in my Heritage of India blog.