Holy places and depictions of Buddha, all enveloped in around 12 Buddhist hollows. The 12 Buddhist Caves generally incorporate viharas or cloisters. In these hollows, a few religious communities have sanctums that are cut with compositions and models of Buddha, Bodhisattva and Saints. Among all, Chaitya corridor Cave 10 prevalently known as the 'Woodworker's Cave' is the most acclaimed Buddhist buckle.
This surrender includes a church building like stupa lobby, which is called as chaityas. In the focal point of this surrender, there is 15-feet high statue of Buddha. Chaitya has a pillared verandah exhibition, which houses two places of worship and a solitary cell. A stupa, with 3.3 m high Buddha situated in Vyakhyana mudra, is cut in the apsidal piece of the give in.