The Mahakali Caves, additionally Kondivite Caves, are a set of nineteen rock-reduce monuments built between 1st century BCE and 6th century CE. This Buddhist monastery is placed inside the japanese suburb of Andheri within the town of Mumbai in western India. Monument consists of two groups of rock-reduce caves - 4 caves greater to the north-west and 15 caves more to the south-east. Most caves are viharas and cells for priests, however Cave 9 of south-eastern group is chaitya.
Caves in north-west have been created in particular in 4th - 5th century, even as south-eastern organization is older. Monument includes also rock-reduce cisterns and remnants of different structures.Caves are carved out of a stable black basalt rock. The largest cave at Kondivite has seven depictions of the Buddha and figures from Buddhist mythology but all are mutilated. It is placed near the junction between the Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link Road and SEEPZ. The road that connects those monuments to Andheri Kurla Road is called Mahakali Caves Road after it.