Copper engraving plate V from volume one of Sir William Ouseley's book Travels in various countries of the East; more particularly Persia. Printed in London by Rodwell and Martin in 1819. Drawn by Colonel D'Arcy and engraved by H. Mutlow.; Illustration depicts western visitors to the temple in a cavern in Elephanta, held aloft by columns and sculptured heads in the background. Accompanying text on p. 82: "The small island which contains this cave, is seven or eight miles distant from Bombay, and owes its European name [i.e. Elephanta], to a conspicuous figure near the landing-place, hewn out of stone once solid... representing an elephant of considerable size. The island... is properly denominated Gharipuri. About half a mile from the elephant, we arrived at that hill of hard rock, which contains the celebrated excavation.... A drawing made at my request, by Major D'Arcy... shows the immense columns, the bust with three faces, and other sculptures, all parts of the solid stone."