Pandav Leni


The Buddha Caves

The Pandavleni Caves, also known as Buddha Leni were carved somewhere between 1st to 3rd Century BCE. These caves are located at a holy Buddhist site in Nashik. Ancient relics of the Buddhist Era, they are a group of 24 caves which bear some of the earliest specimens of Indian rock-cut architecture. One must climb around 200 steps to reach this incredible site and behold the breathtaking sculptures, ornate columns, unusual water structures among other antiquities. The Pandavleni Caves, being a prominent Buddhist sacred site, attracts a huge number of visitors.

What to do

You should check out the prayer hall is one of the main caves of Pandavleni and Carvings of Jain Thirthankaras in the Pandavleni complex near Gomai river.

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Recommended Time & Duration

You can visit this place throughout the year.

Travel Essentials

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Bus

9 Km From Nashik

17 Min

Taxi

9 Km From Nashik

16 Min

Train

15 Km From Nashik Railway Station

30 Min


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Many options available within 2 Km 
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