This large hall inside a temple shows how the pillars are placed. Some of the designs have got worn away (at the bottom of the pillars)
Here you can see the floral motifs on the pillars. There are long leaves falling down from the small flowers. Above that there is a design of some small figures enclosed by a beaded semi-circle. The top of the pillars the designs are larger in size.
Here is an intricate design carved on a pillar of a temple at Ellora. Figures, floral motifs and
The next three photographs show the pillars from Kailashnath Temple at Ellora, the most magnificent temple of all the Ellora temples.
Here is a close-up of the pillar design. Figures of people in various poses, dancing figures and geometric designs can be seen.
This is a base of a large column at Kailashnath temple showing elaborate carvings with gods and goddesses as well as other motifs.
More images from Ellora: Kailashnath Temple at Ellora - Photos or Ellora Temples sculpted exteriors or for images of Ajanta Art and Ajanta Temples try the label "Ajanta" or "Ellora" to find images from each of these places, including designs and sculptures.