Belum caves. A good choice to getaway from Bangalore and Hyderabad on a weekend. It's the second biggest cave in whole Indian subcontinent ( India, Pakistan,Nepal and Bhutan comprises of Indian sub continent) .First one is apparently located in Meghalaya.
It's located near Kurnool. We reached Belum caves on the way from Gandhikotta to Ananthpur. Its maintained very well by Andhra Pradesh tourism board.It's just 300 kms from Bangalore.
Opens from 10 am to 5 pm
Entrance fee is 65/- per adult
Who does not like story? Definitely not me.
Stories are entertaining, engaging and impart some values in our lives.
History is same.
Few dislikes history saying its all about order of events happened,statistics etc.,
Some say "History is written by winners" so you will get to know only winners side of story.
Perspectives of things differ in any part of the world.
Whereas natural structures like Cave would reveal unsaid history.
Caves were once used as a shelter for buddhist monks and Jains.They used to stay there during raining season and also while moving from one place to other while spreading the principles.They might have used this cave for meditation too.
It's just a cave.What's there to see