About the Undavalli Caves
Undavalli caves are four-storeyed cave with neatly carved chambers with pillars. At the outset, you will arrive at a smaller cave with three openings which has a carved panel on the top with elephants and lions carved on it.Moving a few steps ahead you will find four big idols of saints seated overlooking the lush green hills. They are surrounded by two lion sculptures.
One of the cave is dedicated to Trimurti GOD: Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Mahesh.
Big Sculpture of Lord Ganesha, Lord Hanumana and Lord Narsimha
It is a primary sculpture of the Undavalli caves. A giant Garuda sculpture is seated on the top of Lord Vishnu sculpture, it depicts that the Garuda is watching out when Lord Vishnu is taking a nap on the coil of Sheshnaga. You can also see the other deities around the sculpture of Lord Vishnu.
It is eloquent to see that the idols are carved in black granite stone while the caves are excavated from the sandstone. The caves are circled with lush green grass surrounded everywhere on the hill. The view and the rustling sound of the beautiful Krishna River flowing soothe the person's mind.