About Bagh Caves
Bagh Caves derived its name from the seasonal stream Baghani that runs across these Buddhist sculptures. Bagh Caves have a cluster of sculptures and carvings and are one of the finest among the other Buddhist caves. Situated in the Bagh town of the Dhar district, you can spot them on the southern slopes of the Vindhya ranges.
A set of nine rock-cut monuments are said to have been established by the Buddhist monk Dataka between late 4th to 6th century AD. Adorned with ancient mural paintings, the ceilings are covered in brown thick mud plaster. It is one of the amazing and commanding sites to see in Mandu and it is one of the best places for caving experience in Madhya Pradesh.
Location: Bagh Cave Road, Naingaon, Dhar, Madhya Pradesh 454221
Timings: 24 hours.
Entry Fee: INR 5 per Indian and SAARC countries adults.
Suggested time required: At least 2 hours.
Distance from Mandu Bus Stand: Around 120 KM.