Arranged North-East of Bhopal, in the town of Vidisha, 'Udayagiri Caves' are one of India's most huge archeological locales dating to the Gupta run in the vicinity of fourth and fifth century AD. These holes are a fortune trove of shake cut models of ious Hindu gods and Jain pantheons, showing an established Gupta workmanship. On the whole, the district is possess large amounts of around twenty gives in out of which one is committed to Jainism and staying nineteen to Hinduism. The most outstanding of all alleviation models found in these noteworthy caverns, is the figure of Hindu God Vishnu portrayed as Varaha hog safeguarding the Mother Goddess Bhu Devi from being suffocated in a sea. The site is additionally loaded with Sanskrit engravings going back to the rules of Chandragupta II and Kumaragupta I. Over the slopes specked by these caverns, one can likewise observe some fine archeological stays of Buddhist stupas and Hindu sanctuaries. On the off chance that you are arranging an outing to Sanchi from Bhopal, you can undoubtedly consolidate it with an outing to this generally vital, yet a little obscure site.