Over 2000 years old, the three separate sites of rooms carved out of stone used to be the monks’ quarters.
Across Uparkot from Khapara Kodia are the caves of Baba Pyara. Baba Pyara caves are lying close to the Modhimath, which has four caves in its northern group. The next set of south group caves has a unified plan with a spacious court and a chaitya hall. The art tradition of Satavahanas period has influence over these cave pillars and door jambs of the caves.
Buddhist Caves of Uparkot has the combination of Graeco- Scythian style of sculptural design. The cave groups of Uparkot is in three tiers, with all members of each galleries shown in semi-relief, but only two storeys having regular floors. The lower floor has exquisitely carved pillars whose base, shaft and capital carry unique decorative design. These caves of Uperkot (Buddhist Caves of Uparkot) have alluring columns, entry gates, and water tanks.