Located in Janjeera hills around 200 ft above sea level, Kuda caves are a group of 15 rock cut Buddhist caves near the village of Kuda in Raigad District. The caves are said to be built during the period between the first and the sixth century. Sculptures of two elephants at the entrance and the elegantly carved idol of Buddha is the main attraction of Kuda caves. There are several inscriptions and paintings on the walls of the caves. You can also see stupas inside the caves.
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Average duration required for Kuda Caves
Visit Duration: 1 to 2 hours