Pandavula Guttalu, Telangana

About Pandavula Guttalu, Telangana Pandavula Guttalu, Telangana is the place where the Pandavas spent their life in exile for a certain period of time. a series of hillocks running north to south known as Pandava Guhalu (Caves) or Pandava Guttalu (Hills). The name is derived due to the portrayal of the story of the Pandavas of […]

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Belum Caves

About Belum Caves The Belum Caves is the largest and longest cave system open to the public on the Indian subcontinent, known for its speleothems, such as stalactite and stalagmite formations. The Belum Caves have long passages, galleries, spacious caverns with fresh water and siphons. This cave system was formed over the course of tens […]

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Undavalli Caves – Guntur

About Undavalli Caves It is one of the finest testimonials to ancient Viswakarma Sthapathis These caves are said to be from the 7th century. The Gupta style of rock-cut Architecture which goes back to the 4th-5th century CE. Most of emperors of Gupta’s were Vaishnavas so we can see much sculptures of Narasimha, Vishnu, and […]

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Mogalrajapuram Caves – Vijayawada

About Mogalrajapuram Caves The Mogalrajapuram Caves are five rock-cut cave temple groups located in different parts of Vijayawada, dedicated to Lord Shiva, they were excavated during the Eastern Chalukya reign or the Vishnukundins reign.  They are generally dated to about the 7th-century, after the Akkanna Madanna Caves. They are simple and small, yet the artwork […]

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Borra Caves – Vizag

About Borra Caves The native name for the caves is Borra Guhalu. Where Borra means abdomen in Telugu language and guhalu means caves in Telugu language caves were discovered in 1807, by William King George of the Geological Survey of India. The Gosthani River, which originates from these caves and flows between the solidified stalactites […]

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