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Ujjain District, Ujjain 456001, India
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Reviewed yesterday

This cave has been built by King Bhartrihari. But after that king has left his kingdom and became saint.

Thank Omkar P
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful small, deep and mystical caves. Though painted saffron by the MP tourism to give it religious face, it is a beautiful archaeological site with beautiful carvings and sculptures

Thank AasthaD
Reviewed 2 August 2018

Very good experience exploring these caves. Please Remember inside the cave the oxygen level and air quality is too low. Caves are too claustophobic and the ceiling is also very low, ceiling would be around 5 feet tall. You can also get to see hanuman...More

2  Thank KeshavRaina
Reviewed 27 July 2018

These are historic caves. Bhartrihari was the step brother of King Vikramaditya. According to legends these caves was assigned during 11th century AD. It is said that when Bhartrihari decided to renounce the worldly life, he came here in search of peace. Please note that...More

1  Thank ViralArya
Reviewed 3 May 2018 via mobile

The place has 2-3 cave temples. The caves have very low ventilation and hence can feel claustrophobic. Also the caves are smelly. If you travelling in after noon make sure to wear socks as the ground gets too hot to walk. The caves are good...More

2  Thank Priti C
Reviewed 3 May 2018 via mobile

This place is having 3 caves, one is for Bharathri, one is for gopichand. It is stinky and you can easily skip this, nothing sort of ancient cave, its like ancient rooms

Thank sandeeprchavda
Reviewed 25 April 2018

I visited this place with my mother, as the caves are down stares so my mother could not visited inside, here bhartrihari maharaj pray several years. Suffocation is there inside caves, Visit if you have time

Thank Prof K
Reviewed 17 March 2018

This place is amazing there is two caves where bhartrihari maharaj pray several years. Not for senior citizens bcoz one cave is very deep to go downstairs and oxygen level is low.

1  Thank aangeltaurus
Reviewed 16 March 2018

The caves are in terrible condition and needs major repairs. Local cabs and auto drivers suggest these caves to increase the number of attractions they will show.

Thank nik_0107
Reviewed 14 March 2018

First of all they are not caves as I thought..they stinks a lot and you feel suffocated there.If you are short on time then dont visit it.

Thank Richs V
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