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The cave structure is is carved out of a single rock and is believed to have a hidden treasure. Nearby some impressive rock carvings of Lord Buddha can be seen. If you love architecture, it's worth a visit.
The place was teeming with monkeys and there are hawkers asking you to buy cereal and feed them. Quiet a put off.
The cave itself has nothing much to look at, is scratched with graffiti and there's no information about its rich past.
There are many monkeys around that area.The cave was cut in the mountain and the story said that if you can read the letters carved you can open the treasury cave which the King Bimbisara had stored his treasure in it.
These are known locally as Bimbisar's or Jarasandha's treasury. However, these actually were some Jain caves. One of the chambers is too dark and musty. The other one is open and has some nice curved panels. Entry is free.