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1 - Ground Floor
The ground floor though incomplete is planned out to be a mandapa of massive ...Play Audio
2 - First Storey
It has four separate mandapam shrines. The first mandapam shrine, at the east...Play Audio
3 - Second Storey
The second storey has the shrine of Anantasayana, which has its main cella sc...Play Audio
4 - Third Storey
The topmost storey is incomplete and comprises a projecting wall face divided...Play Audio
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Undavalli Caves are a monolithic example of Indian rock-cut architecture and are famous throughout the country. Undavalli Caves were carved out of solid sandstone on a hillside and they serve as one of the finest testimonials to the Vishwakarma sthapathis(temple architects and builders) leaving you in wonderment and pride about India’s advanced culture during the ancient and medieval times. These caves are under the maintenance of Archaeological Survey of India.
Located to the east of the Undavalli village on the right bank of river Krishna, 5 km southwest of Vijayawada on the Vijayawada-Guntur highway.
How to Reach
The caves are located 6 km south west from Vijayawada (7km from Vijayawada Railway Station), 22 km north east of Guntur City and about 280 km from Hyderabad, Telangana.
Best time to visit
Visiting hours: 9 am to 5.30 pm. Admission fee: Indians & persons of SAARC and BIMSTEC Countries - Rs. 5/- , for Foreigners Rs. 100/- and free for children of 15 years age and below.
Vijayawada is the nearest place where there are number of hotels are available to stay.
There are several state-run buses to reach Vijayawada and Guntur. You can take local transport or private buses to reach Undavalli Caves from Vijayawada or Guntur. Vijayawada is the nearest railway station & Airport to Undavalli Caves.
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Panakala Narasimha Swamy Temple
The temple of Sri Panakala Lakshmi Narasimhaswamy is situated on the hill here. This temple is dedicated to Lord Narasimha(man-lion) and is situated on a hillock at Mangalagiri. Devotees pour "Panakam" (Jaggery water) with a conch into the mouth of the deity. The unique feature of this temple is that the idol actually drinks the panakam and a gurgling sound is heard. However only half is accepted and the remaining half is given back, irrespective of the quantity offered. An annual festival is held in the months of August and September. This temple has the credit of being one of the eight chief holy temples (Mahakshetrams) in India. The hillock holds at its foot another temple of Lakshmi Narasimha.
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How Undavalli caves are con...
Undavalli caves before converted into Hindu temples, Buddhist monks used these caves as Buddhist Bhikkhu.