One of the most remarkable works of art is the Pandavleni caves. Seen as one of the most visited Buddhist religious centers, the Pandavleni Caves consists of 24 carved cave temples called viharas. The group of 24 caves was cut in a long line on the north face of a hill called Trirasmi. The main interest of this group lies not only in its bearing on its walls a number of inscriptions of great historical significance belonging to the reign of Satavahana & Kshaharatas, but also in its representing a brilliant phase in the Rock-Cut architecture of the second century CE. At the bottom of the Pandav Leni Caves one can see the Dadasaheb Phalke Smarak, with musical fountains, fast food outlets and museums.
1. These caves have existed for more than 2000
2. The Pandavleni caves are a group of 24 caves that represent the Hinayana Buddhism
3. The Pandavleni Caves were built by prominent rulers of that time, such as the Satavahanas and Kshaharatas, for the Hinayana Buddhist monks.
HOW TO REACH
1. By car, its takes 37 min approx 33 km from Hotel Grand Parivaar
(depending on Traffic conditions)
BEST SEASON TO VISIT
The best time to visit the Pandavleni Caves is from July until February because the beauty of pandav leni gets enhanced during this time and looks even more attractive and enchanting.