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Monday, 6 April 2009

Kuda Caves

Kuda Caves were built for dwelling and meditation by Buddhist monks over 2000 years ago. They are located near Bhalgaon about 20 kms from Murud. A traveller to the place faces tough times since there are no signs leading to the place. Many of the locals are also unaware about their location and even existence (!) leading to several false turns and its importance appears lost when one takes a look at the level of maintenance. There is a barely motorable road that leads to this spot in the hills from the village. People travelling to Murud - Janjira and having their own vehicles can make an attempt though, compared to other caves in Maharashtra (Ajanta / Ellora, Elephanta, etc.), they are quite modest and in ruins.


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