The ancient Indian Undavalli caves, located in the state of Andhra Pradesh, thought to date to around the 4th-5th centuries AD. It is one of the finest examples of Indian rock-cut architecture, and carved out of solid sandsone on a hillside.
Photo courtesy & taken by Arvind.vindhu

The ancient Indian Undavalli caves, located in the state of Andhra Pradesh, thought to date to around the 4th-5th centuries AD. It is one of the finest examples of Indian rock-cut architecture, and carved out of solid sandsone on a hillside.

Photo courtesy & taken by Arvind.vindhu

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