Not very far from the centre of the city are Undavalli Caves, located in the Guntur district. The caves have been cut from the northern slope of a hill and have three levels. This cave complex is protected by the Archaeological Survey of India and the earliest caves date back to around the 6th century CE. Although a few elements inside the caves, such as the pillared halls, show Buddhist or Jain influences, the sculptures are dedicated to the Hindu trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwara. The principal deity in the caves is Anantasayana Vishnu (Vishnu in a reclining position).
Inscriptions inside the cave complex also date to the time of the Reddys of Kondavidu and Sri Krishna-devaraya from the 12th to 14th centuries CE,indicating a prolonged patronage of most caves is incomplete, with only two cells.
The nearest airport is Vijayawada which is 40 KM away.
Vijayawada Railway Station is the nearest railway station.
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.
Best time to visit is from January to December.
Timings: 9.00 AM To 6.00 PM
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