In the deep, dark recesses of the Ellora Caves of India, monumental sculptures of the Buddha, Hindu gods, and Jain Tirthankaras have told stories for over a thousand years in walls carved from mountainsides. Despite its importance and beauty, this world heritage site had never been comprehensively documented until Arno and his wife Deepanjana took and annotated over 7,000 photographs of the caves. They recently returned to the site with their daughter Ellora and friend Tristan to position the images on century-old cave floor plans. Online visitors can now virtually navigate the cave temples via these geolocated images. Arno will describe the project, some challenges he encountered, and will conclude with exciting prospects for exploiting new technologies to bring this ancient site to a modern audience.