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Cave at Badami

Cave at Badami


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A complex of four Hindu, a Jain and possibly Buddhist cave temples located in Badami, a town in the Bagalkot district in northern part of Karnataka, India. The cave temples are considered an example of Indian rock-cut architecture, especially Badami Chalukya architecture, which dates from the 6th century. It was previously known as Vataapi Badami, the capital of the early Chalukya dynasty, which ruled much of Karnataka from the 6th to the 8th century.

Badami Cave Temples main attraction:
The Malaprabha River valley into a cradle of temple architecture is one of the major attractions. The largest cave is Cave 3 which features Vishnu-related mythology, and it is also the most intricately carved cave in the complex.

Best time to visit Badami cave temples:
The best time to visit Badami cave temples is from July to March. There are minimum fluctuations in the temperature throughout the year. Badami has mild winters and receives average to heavy rainfall in the monsoon season.

Badami cave temples timings:
The temple can be explored all days of the week from 9 am to 5:30 pm.

Terms & Conditions

  • The e-ticket is not transferable
  • Entry Fee is not refundable.
  • E-ticket cancellations are not permitted.
  • Visitor shall be required to show an original photo identity proof at the entry to the monument.
  • Inflammable/dangerous/explosive articles are not allowed.
  • This monument is a Non Smoking zone.
  • Edibles are not allowed inside the monument.
  • Refund policy later for any transaction is not permitted as per the guidelines of the Archaeological Survey Of India so refund for any transaction under any circumstances won't be possible.