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The Mahakali Caves, also called the Kondivita Caves are a cluster of 19 black basalt rock-cut monuments carved between the 1st century BC and 6th century AD, used as a Buddhist chaitya and viharas..
The Mahakali Caves, also called the Kondivita Caves are a cluster of 19 black basalt rock-cut monuments carved between the 1st century BC and 6th century AD, used as a Buddhist chaitya and viharas.
Mahakali Caves Rd, Sunder Nagar, Andheri East, Sunder Nagar, Jogeshwari East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400093, India
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