Udayagiri Caves are group of rock-cut caves in Udayagiri village of Vidisha district, Madhya Pradesh, India. Udayagiri Caves are carved into a sandstone hill that stand, sentinel like, on the horizon set in two low hills near Betwa River, on the banks of its tributary Bes River. An inscription in one of these, states that it were carved during the reign of Changragupta II (382 -401AD), thus it is estimated that these were carved during 4th to 5th A.D. Udayagiri is located at 7km from Vidisha town, 57km from Bhopal.
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