Built in : 1st Century BCE
Located slightly far from Kamshet, Bhedsa Caves is a group of rock-cut Buddhist monuments dating back to 60 BC. Also known as Bedse Caves, it is one of the oldest caves of Maharashtra tracing back to the Satvahana period.
Known for their beautiful, exquisite carvings, the caves contain four 25 feet high pillars. The main cave called the 'Chaitya' has a prayer hall that enshrines a magnificent stupa. The other cave is the vihara or the monastery. It is best to visit Bedsa Caves early morning as both caves face eastward.
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