Buddhist Cave Temples in India are rampant and bear the bygone flavours of Buddhism. The earliest Buddhist Cave Temples belong to the period of Ashoka, who is said to be the founder of Viharas or monasteries stupas or dagobas, asylums and other religious and charitable works. The cave temples belonging to the age of Ashoka are mostly situated in the Nagarjuni and Barabar Hills in Bihar, some sixteen miles north of Gaya.

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Buddhist Cave Temples in India reflect the typical modes of Buddhist mode of art and architecture