28 ancient rock-cut Buddhist caves, built in the 3rd – 2nd century BC. Contain traces of ancient paintings.
Rock-cut Jain temple from the 7th century AD, in the 9th – 10th century AD turned into Hindu shrine, adorned with frescoes.
One of the most important shrines of Tamil Hindus. The rock-cut cave from the 8th century and forepart built in the 16th – 18th century.
A rock-cut four-storied cave temple from the 4th – 5th century AD. Contains valuable artwork including paintings.
A rock-cut Jain temple from the 7th century AD. Temple contains some of the best medieval rock paintings in India.
A natural rock shelter which contains large tempera paintings from the 7th century AD showing a royal procession.
Group of caves containing a rich collection of cave art, up to 9,000 years old. Some caves have been inhabited for more than 100,000 years.
A natural cave, Jain temple from the 8th century AD. Valuable paintings on the walls and ceiling of the cave.