Lenyadri sometimes called Ganesa Lena, Ganesh Pahar Caves, or Suleman Caves, represents a series of about 30 rock-cut Buddhist caves, located about 5km north of Junnar in Pune district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Different caverns encompassing the city of Junnar are: Manmodi hollows, Shivneri holes and Tulja holes. Give in 7, initially a Buddhist vihara, has been adjusted as a Hindu sanctuary devoted to the god Ganesha. It is one of the Ashtavinayak sanctuaries, an arrangement of the eight conspicuous Ganesha hallowed places in Western Maharashtra. Twenty-six of the caverns are separately numbered.
The caverns face toward the south and are numbered serially from east to west. Caverns 6 and 14 are chaitya-grihas churches, while the rest are viharas homes for priests. The last are as residences and cells. There are additionally a few shake cut water reservoirs; two of them have engravings. The design of the holes, by and large, are comparative fit as a fiddle. They for the most part have a couple of sides with two long seats for inhabitants' utilization. The holes date from between the first and third century AD; the Ganesha sanctum arranged in Cave 7 is dated to the first century AD, however the date of change to a Hindu sanctuary is obscure. The majority of the holes emerge from Hinayana Buddhism.