Dating back from 1 BCE to 9 CE, these caves are located north of Borivali, far within the forests of Sanjay Gandhi National Park.
Bearing Buddhist influences, these caves have been carved out of a massive stretch of rocky outcrop in the park. This set of 109 caves features a stupa, or Buddhist shrine and a large number of living quarters, as many cells feature stone plinths that are believed to have been used as beds.
Not far from this site, the remains of an ancient water system with canals and cisterns has been discovered too.
Another fascinating feature of the caves is the set of 51 inscriptions and 26 epigraphs that have been discovered, etched on the walls.