The Pandavleni Caves, located in Nashik, will delight any architecture lover. Settled on the tableland of the Trivashmi Hills, the Pandavleni Caves date back to more than 20 centuries. The caves are twenty-four in number and are believed to be made by Jain kings. Jain saints, such as Ambikadevi, Veer Manibhadraji and Tirthankar Rishabhdev, lived here.
Apart from the Jain inscriptions and artefacts, one can also find Buddha sculptures in there. The complex had water tanks carved out of large rocks. The area was allegedly a holy place where the spiritual leaders met their disciples and followers.