A 7 metre high sculpture known as 'sadashiva', representing three aspects of Lord Shiva is found at ______ Caves. - General Test

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A 7 metre high sculpture known as 'Sadashiva', representing three aspects of Lord Shiva is found at ______ Caves.

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  • Elephanta 

  • Bhimbetka 

  • Khandagiri

  • Udayagiri

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Solution

A 7 metre high sculpture known as 'Sadashiva', representing three aspects of Lord Shiva is found at Elephanta Caves.

Explanation:

Elephanta Island (also known as Gharapuri Island) in Western India is home to the Elephanta Caves, which are divided by a short valley between two hillocks.

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