So the theory that Mumbai was first discovered by people from Magadh (modern day Bihar) and Mithila is true. Going by the most ancient inscriptions and carvings at Kanheri Caves, one is reassured of the substance that this theory is founded upon.
On a serious note, you get to see more life in the Kanheri Caves than the entire National Park. Initially we thought of skipping visiting the caves. After spending 4 hours in the lifeless SGNP and spotting only a few bonnet monkeys, I guess everyone thinks of skipping the caves. Astonishingly low priced entry tickets and overwhelmingly high priced canteen next door also contributes in dissuading most of us to go further. However, the moment one decides and takes a step (a couple, no many more than that) into the first few caves, one is spellbound to explore further. The ASI has done a commendable job in describing each cave and restoring them to the best possible extent!!!
A must visit for everyone. And, SGNP is worth a skip...
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