Just about 6 kms from the city of Nasik is a hill that is home to some beautiful Jain caves dating back to 3rd/4th century AD. These are locally known as Chambhar leni or Chamar leni and is an important religious site for the Digambar Jain community. There are more than 400 steps that lead up to the caves that has temples and black stone carved statues of Jain Tirthankars. There are a couple of temples at the base of the hill and there is provision to stay for the people belonging to Jain Community. Even if one is not religiously inclined, it is an awesome place for the adventure seeker. As you climb up, just before reaching the caves/temple there is a path that allows you to walk around the hill and get a 360 degree panoramic view of the beautiful surroundings. The peaceful environs and pure air invigorate the visitors.
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