These caves, which were carved out of solid rock with just a hammer and chisel, have been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Even though the sculptures and paintings on the walls come from many different religions, the ones with scenes from Hindu mythology are the most dramatic.
The Bhaja Caves are some of the oldest caves in India. They are one of the best examples of the rock-cut architecture that was popular in the 1st century.
The caves' biggest attraction is a 1st-century prayer hall adorned with elephants, lions, and other creatures.
You can see more of the building's amazing architecture and beautiful entrance. Lenyadri has Buddhist caves in addition to the Ganesha temple.
They have a beautiful Buddha sculpture, Bodhisattva statue, and efficient water management system. One cave has a colorful roof.
The Trivashmi hills have 24 rock-cut caves from 2000 years ago. The caves' awe-inspiring carvings of animals and deities and gorgeous architecture captivate visitors.
Culture enthusiasts can learn about Hinduism and Buddhism from Lord Shiva's numerous forms and a Buddhist cave part.
As you walk up the stairs to the cave complex, a beautiful waterfall greets you, and clean water rushes past you while it hums.
The Aurangabad Caves have sculptures of Buddhist Gods and Goddesses, as well as a stunning statue of Buddha in the state of Nirvana.
The caves are in the middle of deep green jungles and surrounded by tall tropical forests. They are a great place to get away from all the problems of modern life.