Khambhalida Caves are three Buddhist holes situated close Gondal in Rajkot area, Gujarat, India. The caverns are arranged at the foot of little hillocks on the banks of a spring. They are cut out of limestone rocks. There are three gives in, the focal one contains the stupa which is known as chaitya buckle. There are two models of Bodhisattva on the either sides of the door of the chaitya buckle. On the left, the figure is most likely Padmapani under Ashoka-like tree with a female sidekick and five orderlies.
There is a yaksha-like diminutive person on its left holding a container. The figure on the privilege is presumably Vajrapani under Ashoka-like tree with comparable specialists. The wide belts of female are like that of figures at Uparkot Caves of Junagadh. They are tantamount to late Kushana-Kshatapa period designs somewhere else and includes some late Andhra characteristic. The hollows are accepted to have appeared in the fourth or fifth century AD.