The Buddhist caves of Pandav Leni (also known as Trirashmi Caves) are a group of 24 caves which were carved between the 3rd century BC and the 2nd century AD. Located about 8km south of Nasik along the Mumbai road, the caves of Pandave Leni bear animal figures and dice boards engraved into the stone floors by resident monks.
On Adwait’s suggestion we walked down from Sula to the Gangapur Dam, a nice beautiful walk. Once the dam ends there is a Y, we took the left and after a small walk we reached a small village. The temple their boasts of numerous type of birds flocking at sunset, but we could spot only 3 different species . From there we walked towards Gangapur Road to find a cab back. However, we couldn’t find any and ended up walking almost 2 kms. Our homestay was another 3 kms away and we took the local bus (S.T.).