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Reviewed 12 August 2018

A kind of unique cave in Bhubaneswar, it shows that how human will be living in ancient days, it's a kind os couple attraction also, you will find many couples there. It is a must place to visit in Bhubaneswar

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Reviewed 4 August 2018

Been to khandagiri caves and it was a beautiful experience. The weather was also super when we went there. It was drizzling, though the rocks had become a bit slippery to walk on, but we enjoyed a lot clicking so many pictures.

Thank JamilaNayeem
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Reviewed 20 July 2018 via mobile

Really its an amazing architechtural caves designed and governed by that governors as time apart now.its too beutiful in environment.

Thank Shubhajeet97
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Reviewed 12 July 2018

Located just on the opposite side of Udaygiri, Khandagiri is a cluster of 15 caves carved by Kharvela for the residence of Jaina monks. There is a Jaina temple atop the hill. The path of Khandagiri is steeper than that of Udaygiri. Comfortable footwear is a necessity to visit this place. All in all, an excellent historical place not to miss while visiting Bhubaneswar.

Thank Sudeshna P
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Reviewed 4 June 2018

This was a nice place to be in the heat of May. The views are lovely. I have photos that I am posting but what I have to say is more connected with the city and location of Bhubaneshwar as a whole. We missed chilled drinks and a place to rest in our sightseeing.

Thank Pragmatic2013
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