Bhaja Caves-Oldest Caves
The Bhaja caves are among the oldest caves in India and date back all the way to 160 B.C. The Bhaja caves are believed to have existed from the times of Hinayana phase of Buddhism, which is of 2nd to 1st century BC. This Cave is the largest Hinayana Buddhist chaitya temple in India Travel back in time on this trip to ancient Indian rock-cut caves with the best rock-cut architecture of all times.
The Bhaja caves are sited amidst green surroundings and there is also a spectacular waterfall near the cave where visitors can refresh themselves with a dip. Lohagad and Visapur forts are not far from these caves. Beyond this is a unique cluster of 14 stupas, five inside and nine outside a smaller cave. Bhaja Cave was built during Satavahana's rule and is a perfect example of rock-cut architecture. For people wanting to explore and learn interesting architecture, Bhaja caves are the perfect place to visit.