Mahakali Caves

The Mahakali Caves, also called the Kondivita Caves are an assembly of 19 rock-cut landmarks manufactured between the first century and sixth century. The Mahakali caves Mumbai, Maharashtra have been cut out of a strong dark basalt rock. This place that was Buddhist religious community is found in the western suburb of Andheri in the city of Mumbai in western India.

Most caves are viharas and units for friars, however Cave 9 of the southern side is very beautiful. Even though parts of the caves have collapsed and been subject to much decay over the years, the place is still a lovely sight.

This isn’t a very popular tourist attraction in Mumbai so not many people know about the caves. They are however, undoubtedly quite a fascinating sight to see and if you are someone whose into art or culture of a city and love to explore history, then this is the perfect place for you to visit and should definitely feature on your itinerary while travelling to Mumbai. Just check out with Mahakali caves timings as it is best to visit in morning.

Opening and Closing Hours : 09:00 am – 04:00 pm.

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