Bandhavgarh Ancient Caves
Bandhavgarh Ancient Caves are made on sand-stone hillocks of Bandhavgarh Hill in Bandhavgarh National Park. There are around 39 caves in the region, which cover a length of about 5 km. It is believed that in the medieval times, these caves served as shelter to the soldiers of the ruling kings, as well as monks in spiritual pursuits. Currently, these caves are home to varied wildlife like tigers, bats and other fauna of the park.
One of these caves, called Badi Gufa meaning ‘Biggest Cave, dates back to the 10th century.
It comprises numerous pillars and nine big rooms. Out of the 39 caves, some are man-made while others have been formed by natural processes.
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