An UNESCO World Heritage Site, 'Bhimbetka Caves' is one of the 'must-visit' touring places in Bhopal. Found exactly at a separation of around 45 km. from the fundamental city, on the lower regions of the Vindhya Mountains, the place was inadvertently found by an eminent classicist, Dr. Vishnu Wakankar in 1957-58 when he wandered on a relaxed walk around the territory. Supplied with pre-notable shake artistic creations going back to the periods amongst Paleolithic and Medieval ages, these holes are no not as much as an awe inspiring workmanship display giving a profound knowledge into advancement of human race with time. Indeed, even after over 30000 years of their reality, the states of these impeccable works of art stay in place, welcoming several students of history and archeologists consistently to do their examination on the way of life and social practices of early people amid the former circumstances; one can without much of a stretch surmise the scenes of shared moves, chasing, fighter and creature battles and drinking and celebrating men from these canvases that embellish dividers and roofs of the hollows. An intriguing element of these compositions is that they all are executed in energetic shades of whites, reds, yellows and greens, influencing you to ponder about the insight and inventive capacities of the pre-memorable men to join different normal components, for example, leaves, vegetables, red sandstone and manganese to create diverse hues out of them.