Ambukuthi mala is a mountain inside the Wayanad district of Kerala, India. It is 12 km from Sulthan Bathery and near Ambalavayal. Three pre-historic caves Edakkal Caves are placed at a height of 1,000 metres on Ambukuthi mala. These caves are believed to be shaped due to an earthquake and the name is derived from the rock this is supported in between different large rocks. Some Old and New Stone Age pictorial writings may be seen on the walls of these herbal caves.
Ambukuthi mala is first-rate places to go to for tourist, thousands wide variety of humans are visit on this vicinity each year. The cave drawings are at the least 7000 years vintage and nonetheless older as they may be from extraordinary durations, and depict pix of ancient tribal kings, queens, different chieftains, elephants and other animals. A less historic script from the 4th or 3rd century BC is also visible within the caves that is higher conserved.