A cluster of Hinayana Buddhist rock cut caves dating back to the1st century BC, the Pandavleni Leni caves are located on the Trivashmi hills. Remarkably carved doorways and brilliant sculptures are the main characteristics of Pandavleni caves, which might have been used as the dwelling places of the monks.
Out of the 24 caves, 3, 10, 18 caves are really worth mentioning for their outstanding sculptures. The cave houses idols of Buddha, Jain Teerthankara Vrishabhdeo, Ambikadevi, Veer Manibhadraji and Bodhisattva. The interiors of the caves were popular meeting places for disciples, where sermons were concerned.