• A-AA+
  • NotificationWeb

    Title should not be more than 100 characters.



In Maharashtra

Top 10 Caves of Maharashtra

Investment in travel is an investment yourself

Asset Publisher

Popular Caves of Maharashtra

India is the land of beauty and wonder and one of the most mysterious places to explore is the number of caves. If cave exploration is your thing, you must visit the enchanting and surreal caves in Maharashtra

Asset Publisher

Dharashiv Caves .

Dharashiv Caves is a nexus of 7 rock-cut caves. They were carved in the 5th - 6th century AD and are the place of faith for Buddhist and Jain religions.

Read More

Mangi Tungi Hills .

A popular and prominent Digambara Jaina tirtha, at least since the 12th -13th century CE, are the Jaina caves on the hills of Mangi-Tungi in Nashik District. They are also famously known as ‘Siddhakshetra’, where legendary beings and 99 crore Jaina munis are believed to have achieved nirvana.

Read More

Panhale Kaji .

The Panhale Kaji cave is a group of 29 caves located in the Ratnagiri district. These caves are on the bank of the Kotjal river.

Read More

Pitalkhora .

A group of 18 caves located at Pitalkhora just about 80 kilometers from Aurangabad are one of the earliest examples of rock-cut architecture in India. Carved in the Satamala range of the Western Ghats of Maharashtra they are an early Buddhist site which dates back to the 2nd century BCE and are now a valuable source of study of the early Buddhist architecture.

Read More

Kanheri Caves .

The Kanheri caves are one of the most significant Buddhist heritage sites in the Mumbai region. It is a cave complex with more than a hundred caves excavated over centuries. The Buddhist monastery at Kanheri has witnessed multifold power shifts and political tumult during its lifetime of over 1600 years.

Read More

Kuda Caves .

The Kuda Caves are in Janjira hills facing the Arabian sea. It is known by the name of the village with the same name from the Raigad district. The natural surrounding and architectural designs of these caves together give a blissful experience.

Read More

Mahakali Cave .

The Mahakali Caves, also known as Kondivita caves, is a group of 19 rock-cut caves. It is at Andheri, a western suburb of Mumbai in Maharashtra. It is a group of Buddhist caves with Chaitya and viharas. Some caves have beautiful sculptures and also remains of inscriptions.

Read More

Ghatotkacha Caves .

The Ghatotkacha Caves are near Janjala village. This group of caves belong to Mahayana Buddhism.

Read More

Distance Calculator

Choose your Travel City and Calculate Distance


Origin - Destination Distance in Kilometers Estimated duration
Mumbai - Bangalore 500 5 hour 45 minutes
Origin - Destination Distance in Kilometers Estimated duration
Mumbai - Bangalore 400 8 hour 30 minutes
Origin - Destination Distance in Kilometers Estimated duration
Mumbai - Bangalore 250 2 hours
Cover Image