Pandav Caves, Pachmarhi
Categories: Caves, Landmarks, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Enter a meditation cave and feel its natural ventilation at Pandav Caves, a complex of five rock-cut Buddhist caves in the Satpura range. Hewn by Buddhist monks, these sandstone caves are believed to be shaped between the 6th and 10th century and they are named after five brothers of Hindu epic Mahabharata. These ancient rock shelters feature some rough carvings and pillars and some statues of Buddha and Boddhisattva. A stairway guarded by rail guards descends into a charming garden with an elaborate topiary. The area has an excellent ancient water management system with a number of wate tanks. Plan to visit Pandav Caves and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Pachmarhi attractions using our Pachmarhi vacation generator.
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The only significance of this place is that the hill station of Pachmarhi derives its name from these caves and hence is on top of the list of most tourist guides. Its not at all worth for even a sing... read more »
Pandav caves are located on a height and the steps are not good. So it requires caution especially by aged persons to reach here. The garden below is well maintained.
Pandava caves are in the close vicinity of Pachmarhi. These seem to be man-made caves by cutting rocks in house design. It is said that Pandavas lived in these caves during their 13 year exile.. From ... read more »
Has some good Mahabharat history attached to it!! One time vist!
Ancient Place on earth... keep clean pls
Historically important with original ancient structure viewing experience
Awesome place .. natural beauty ..!! if you love nature and caves .. you must visit here..!!!
Lime stone caves with its specific architecture suggest it is actually Buddhist monk's meditation place...
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