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the site is UNESCO, and nice, interesting, and well-enough presented (it could use more signage, but what they have is not bad). however, we got a local guide and he was late, misinformed, and pushy. he told us there were no cave paintings in the...More
This place Is one of its kinds, where one can spend some sole time by themselves pondering about the life in pre-historic times. The markings on the walls of the rocks are very clearly visible. The place becomes especially beautiful around monsoon times when the...More
This is must visit when in Bhopal. The place is not far from Bhopal about 1. To 1..5 hrs distance. 300 rupees for car entry and 25₹ per person on foot. It is closed on Fridays.
The caves are maintained and the paintings too are...More
On of the most gorgeous caves I've been to till today. Unlike any other caves in the world, Bhimbetka is filled with vivid illustrations of our earliest ancestors in White, red and ochre. Whether a prancing deer, dancing human or the famous Boar Rock, Bhimbetka...More
Visited the Rock shelters at Bhimbetka... India always fascinates me. For awhile I was in the Lower Paleolithic... Mesolithic age.. the simple life, the hand imprint on a wall, the rock paintings with animals and dancing figures.
Involves a little walking but not too steep....More
It's a good Rock shelter and a cave situated near obedullagwnj and 45 kms from Bhopal. Some painting on wall inside the cave shows dance and hunting. As archeological servey this site is from stone era. Two hours is sufficient to visit the site.
Far away from the madding crowd and hidden in plain site are the rock shelters of Bhimbetka. Well sign-posted, this site provides an insight into the forgotten era of primitive mankind who sheltered in natural cavernous openings in rock formations. Its great to see the...More
It's a reasonably well maintained archeological site, the signage is also reasonably good. The rock shelters have awesome cave paintings (paintings that appear to date from the Mesolithic Period right through to the historical period), qualifying it for a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For anywhere...More