Pandavleni Caves or Trirashmi Caves are the old shake cut hollows arranged on Trirashmi Hills toward the south of Nashik. The area of the holes is a sacred Buddhist site in Maharashtra and furthermore one of the famous spots to visit in Nashik. A large portion of the hollows are Viharas aside from the eighteenth give in which is a Chaitya. Holes 3, 10, 18 and 20 are the most noteworthy and intriguing holes among the 24 holes which are noted for their sublime figures. Give in 3 has a huge Vihara with captivating models. Give in 10 is additionally a Vihara yet it is substantially more seasoned and better than Cave 3. It is accepted to be as old as the Karla Caves close Lonavala. These caverns houses hallowed places, reservoirs, uncommon engraving, cut figures of Buddha and Bodhisattva, alongside symbols of a portion of the Jain Teerthankaras like Vrishabhdeo, Ambikadevi, and Veer Manibhadraji and so on. The Chaitya Cave 18 is very much formed with an intricate exterior.