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At a distance of 400 meters from Yaganti Bus Stand and 100 meters from Uma Maheshwara Temple, Venkateswara Guha (cave) has a damaged idol of Lord Venkateswara. This is said to be the idol made by Sage Agastya in order to build Venkateswara temple at this place.Another story says that,

Badami Caves, Karnataka

The Badami caves reflect Chalukayas immense love for architecture; these magnificent caves are also amongst the top tourist attractions in Karnataka. The caves dates back to the 6th and the 7th century AD and are situated at the mouth of a ravine. There are total four caves out of which

Udaygiri and Khandagiri Cave

Essentially the dwelling retreats or cells for the Jain ascetics, Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves are a glorious element of Odisha tourism. Around 6km east of Bhubaneswar, the twin caves rise abruptly from the coastal plain. Partly natural and partly artificial, these caves are comprised of small blocks which were once

Suparsha Cave – Kamalashile

In Krutha Yuga, when King Suparsha was searching for a suitable place to do penance & get moksha, He came across this cave & found it suitable. This was the reason to name this cave after king suparsha. King Suparsha prays lord Shiva to bless him to do penance without any

Ellora Caves

 Location:  In Aurangabad district, MaharashtraBuilt in:  During 350 - 700 AD Significance:  Listed as World Heritage Site Attraction:  Cave temples cut out of rocks How to reach:  One can easily reach Ajanta Cave Temple by taking regular Buses or by hiring Taxis from anywhere in MaharashtraEllora Caves Ellora Caves are renowned throughout the