Bava Pyara caves additionally called Baba Pyara caves, are an example of historical guy-made caverns. The caves are a part of the Junagadh Buddhist Cave Groups located within the eastern a part of Junagadh of the Indian kingdom of Gujarat. Bava Pyara caves incorporates artistic endeavors of each Buddhism and Jainism. These caves are arranged in three lines; the first line on the north going through southwards, the second one line on the south from the east give up of the primary line and the 1/3 line runs back of the second line in west-north-west. The 2nd line has primitive flat-roofed chaitya cave having simple cells on the either aspect of it with more cells on the north and east of it.
The Bava Pyara caves had been visited by means of James Burgess, an English archaeologist and founding father of The Indian Antiquary. He concluded that they had been affiliated with both Buddhism and Jainism. According to Burgess these caves have been initially constructed for Buddhists bhikkhus and had been in a later length occupied via Jain ascetics. He became no longer positive approximately the precise age of the historical caves. One fragmentary inscription turned into observed in Bava Pyara cave that affirms its association to Jainism, because one time period in that inscription is exclusively used by Jains.