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Thursday, May 7, 2009

Karla caves - Buddhist Caves

The Buddhist caves at Karla (Maharashtra) is one of the finest examples of ancient rock-cut caves India. The cave was built by Buddhist monks in 3rd – 2nd century BC. The magnificent hall that adorns the main caves reflects the high degree of architectural skills of the artisans who carved an embellished the caves on such a difficult terrain.

Location of Karla caves
Karla caves
are located between the important cities of Mumbai and Pune. These can be easily accessed from both the cities. The actual Karla caves are located north of the small town of Karla and can be reached after a steep climb of around 20 minutes. Visitors can also take buses and taxis from Mumbai and Pune to reach Karla caves. The important hill stations of Lonavala and Khandala are also located closed to these caves. Lonavala is just 11 km west of Karla town, while Khandala is 16 km from here. Buses plying between Mumbai and pune generally halt in Karla.

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Visitors visiting the Carla caves

Karla caves, pune, Maharashtra

Karla caves Photo

Karla caves images

Karla Caves

Carla caves wallpaper

Design on the wall of Karla caves

Carla caves, Pune

Carla caves view

Carla caves Picture


Pauline said...

Hi! Great pictures. I am a college student, presently touring Pune and tomorrow I plan to visit Karla caves. I am enjoying the place to the fullest but missed on a good offer( would have saved 60% of my traveling costs. City Super Sale offers discounted rates as low as US$25 per night between July 10-September 30. Better luck next time!

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