Dharmaraja Cave


Dharmaraja Cave is a 7th century artistic cave temple structure, which has three empty shrines. For these three deities, there are three garbagrihams (cells), which are empty at present. This cave is also called as Atyantakama mandapam as per the inscriptions.

Next to mahamandapam are two full Mahendra type pillars and two half pillars with a plain kapota. The cave does not contain important sculptural figures and is mostly visited by researchers.

Timings – Opening & Closing:

Monday – Friday: 7.00 AM – 7.00 PM ,

Saturday: 12.00 AM -12.00 AM ,

Sunday: 7.00 AM – 7.00 PM ,

Public Holidays: 7.00 AM – 7.00 PM

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