10 of the India’s Best Cave Tours Open To the Public

Ajanta Caves, Maharashtra: Walk in the footsteps of ancient artists who painted the tales of Buddha, feeling the whispers of devotion in the air. 

Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves, Odisha: Step into the world of Jain ascetics, feeling the human spirit etched in stone, offering a glimpse into a bygone era.

Ellora Caves, Maharashtra: Explore the hands that sculpted temples from the living rock, each chisel mark a testament to human creativity and spiritual expression. 

Badami Cave Temples, Karnataka: Envision the skilled hands that carved intricate stories of Hindu deities into the heart of the rock, creating a sacred space.

Elephanta Caves, Maharashtra: Step into the shadows of the sculptors who carved magnificent Shiva sculptures, capturing the essence of divine energy in stone. 

Borra Caves, Andhra Pradesh: Witness the wonders of nature underground, marveling at the unique limestone formations shaped by time and water. 

Belum Caves, Andhra Pradesh: Feel the cool breeze in the underground chambers, as if the caves themselves breathe, echoing the ancient tales etched in stone. 

Mawsmai Cave, Meghalaya: Traverse the dark passages where nature's artistry shines, and sense the adventure felt by those who first explored these limestone wonders. 

Edakkal Caves, Kerala: Connect with ancient civilizations through the petroglyphs, feeling the human touch that left its mark on the cave walls.

Yana Caves, Karnataka: Wander through the lush surroundings and witness the natural formation of a Shiva Linga, as if shaped by the hands of nature. 

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