Mysterious Caves of India
Undavalli Caves Andhra Pradesh 2
The Undavalli caves are an example of how many Buddhist artefacts and stupas in the state were converted into Hindu temples and deities. It was originally a Jain cave resembling the architecture of Udayagiri and Khandgiri. The main cave is one of the earliest examples of the Gupta architecture, primarily primitive rock cut monastery cells carved into the sandstone hills.