This is another view of the same temple, with a closer look at the carved pillars. Most of the work has been eroded.
Here is a long corridor outside one of the temples. The columns or pillars can be seen to the left of the picture. A small staircase at the end of the corridor takes you to the upper floors of the temple.
Another interior of a temple at Ellora. Here the carvings and engravings on the pillars are still visible.
This is a place where the Buddhist monks used to live. It is a type of ancient dormitory. The rooms are small cubicles and some have a stone platform for sleeping. Some of the cubicles have no concrete bed. There are no windows.
This is an example of the stone/concrete bed, although this photograph was not taken in one of the above rooms, but at Ajanta.
More images from Ellora: Kailashnath Temple at Ellora - Photos or Ellora Temples sculpted exteriors or try the label "Ajanta" or Ellora for for images of Ajanta and Ellora Art and Ajanta and Ellora Temples.