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Great archaeological experience

These very old caves cut into the Udayagiri mountain sides that find mention in the old... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Dev1972
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Kolkata (Calcutta), India
Impressive Jain caves of 2nd centruy BCE

Quite an elaborate complex of caves, with stories laid out on the carvings. Maintained well by ASI... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
SrikanthSivaraj
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Chennai (Madras), India
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All reviews beautiful caves khandagiri caves rock cut caves nice place to visit few steps historical importance be aware jain residence king rani penance hill guide practiced meditation century
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Reviewed 2 days ago

These very old caves cut into the Udayagiri mountain sides that find mention in the old inscriptions. Part of the Udayagiri Khandagiri complex. Another place for outing with the family just outside the city in the winters but can be a little harsh during the...More

Thank Dev1972
Reviewed 1 week ago

Quite an elaborate complex of caves, with stories laid out on the carvings. Maintained well by ASI. Easily accessible from Bhubaneswar.

Thank SrikanthSivaraj
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Udayagiri is the hill which has 18 caves.The largest and the most beautiful, Cave 1, Rani Gumpha or Queen's Cave, off the pain path to the right is double storeyed. Excavated on three sides of a quadrangle with fine wall friezes and some recently restored...More

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Reviewed 22 June 2018

these rock cut temples some built in natural rock caversn are well worth a visit. cave 1 (rani gumpha) is the most notable

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Reviewed 12 May 2018

The twin hills of Khandagiri and Udaygiri towards west of Bhubaneswar represent Odisha’s cave architecture dating back to 1st century BCE. These rock cut shelters are believed to have been chiseled out for Jain ascetics by King Kharvela of Kalinga. A 117 line inscription in...More

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Reviewed 1 May 2018

Nice place to visit with family and friends.Old people must avoid as have to walk on rocks which is not very easy Evening view of Bhubaneswar town is very good, Entry charges applicable. Be aware of monkeys are then often snatch food items. Ancient time...More

Thank rcreviews
Reviewed 13 April 2018

Take a guide to understand the paintings and caves. Need to climb up and some caves are really worth spending time. Beware of langoors and young couples in alcoves. The langoors are friendly and keep roaming but hide your eatables if any.

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Reviewed 3 March 2018

This is a very nice and Indian Historical tourist place nearer to Bhubaneswar railway station. There is a entry fee of Rs 10. avg stay period 1-2 Hrs

Thank Suspanda G
Reviewed 4 December 2017

These are the very old cave and tell us about the living of human in the peace. There are 14 main cave may be more every cave have a story. This place is good for Pictures. We like cave no 1 where many more in...More

Thank Parvesh198
Reviewed 26 November 2017

Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves are of great archaeological and historical importance. A road separates the two set of caves. Don’t forget to hire a guide. At first look you may think you will have to climb many steps for the Udayagiri caves, just climb from...More

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Yes. There is, up to the base of Udaigiri, Khandagiri caves.
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