Places to Visit in Mahakali caves

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Located at the Western Suburb, “Andheri”, in the Mumbai city of Maharashtra, India; the Mahakali caves are one of the oldest and beautiful caves. They are also known as Kondivit Caves. Earlier, the Mahakali caves were situated in the midst of the Aarey Milk Colony and Borivali National Park. There are 19 rock-cut monuments available at the Mahakali Caves, which were built between the 1st century and 6th century. The main cave contains stupas and figures of Buddhist. On the rocks, the idols of the Lord Buddha have been carved.

There are many places to see around the Mahakali caves.

Albert Museum:

Being one of the oldest museums among all the museums in Mumbai, India; Albert Museum is a famous and great attraction to the visitors. Albert Museum was built in 1872 and it possesses a number of archaeological items, photographs, maps which are very rare and relate to the Mumbai’s ancient times.

Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai:

Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus is a popular railway station in Mumbai and it has Victorian style of architecture in India. The terminus was built in 1888 and is one of the historical landmarks in the Mumbai.

Marine Drive:

Marine Drive is around 4.3 kms long boulevard in South Mumbai. Situated along the coast, it has the C-shaped road which is a natural bay. Being one of popular places in Mumbai, the road of marine drive is a link between Nariman point to Babulnath and Malabar Hill.

Film City, Mumbai:

Film City is a huge, integrated and famous film studio complex in the Mumbai, Maharashtra. Situated near to Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Andheri, Mumbai; the film city has a number of several recording rooms, lakes, gardens, grounds, theatres; which are used as the venue of many bollywood film shootings. It was renamed Dadasaheb Phalke Nagar in the memory of Marathi director and producer Dadasaheb Phalke, the father of Indian Cinema (Film Industry).

Juhu Beach, Mumbai:

Juhu Beach is one of the most attractive and affluent places in Mumbai. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea to the west. Juhu is a popular and glamorous area in Mumbai and many bollywood celebrities stay there.

Gateway of India:

The Gateway of India is an iconic landmark that was built in 1942 during the British period in India. This wonderful monument is situated at the tip of Apollo Bunder. The Gateway of India is one of the most prime attractions to the visitors.

Places to Visit Near Mahakali Caves

Mumbai City

Arnala Fort

Vasai Fort

Dahanu Beach

Kelva Beach


Karnala Bird Sanctuary

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