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Next to karla caves is aai ekvira temple. It's our community...CKP kuladaivat means community goddess. It's a divine place and you get total peace of mind here and goddess ekvira's blessings will be with you throughout the life. Must visit place.
Extremely well defined and articulated icon of Buddhism. The climb is exhilarating but juxtaposed by Hindu religious pilgrims visiting a temple bang in front of the caves. The paradox is are you visiting an archeological site or a piligramage
The karla caves are quite similar topographically to the Ajanta caves. Marvellous piece of wonder. There are stone carvings of gods and goddesses and various sculptures inside the caves. You would love this place if you’re a first timer like myself.
The rock-cut structures in several parts of India are one of the most primitive architecture forms. One such type of structures is the Karla Caves. These caves in Maharashtra were built by Buddhist monks, one of the finest architectural examples. These caves are engulfed with...More
Total thumbs up for these caves! They were fantastic to see, located about a 20 minute drive from Lonavla’s Main Street.
They are located towards the top of the hill, around 150-200 steps up from the car park, along the steps are stalls selling everything...More
Karla Caves was the first stop in our Lonavala trip and was so worth it ! There are a lot of steps to climb to reach the top which takes some time and effort. When we went ,there was some festival happening there and lot...More