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My Trek To Borivali National Park And The Experience Of An Unexplored Mumbai

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My Trek To Borivali National Park And The Experience Of An Unexplored Mumbai
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Sanjay Gandhi/Borivali National Park is just a stone's throw away & a great weekend getaway for Mumbaikars with many good trekking paths. My destination for the day was Kanheri Caves which are a set of 109 caves that were used as Buddhist monasteries. A small stream is a constant companion all along the path sometimes crossing your path under small bridges.

The real trek starts at the cave, in case you are in the mood to see all the 109 caves in the shortest time & are not there for sightseeing. For me, sightseeing wasn't an option.

Via Ripu Daman Blog

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View of Borivali's skyline from Kanheri Caves

View of Borivali’s skyline from Kanheri Caves

 

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View of Kanheri caves from a distance

View of Kanheri caves from a distance

A giant spider web on the way

A giant spider web on the way

The entry to the caves is a miniature version of Sparta like entrance.

The entry to the caves is a miniature version of Sparta like entrance.

The prayer hall with a giant Stupa

The prayer hall with a giant Stupa

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Intricate carvings of Buddha & Bodhisattvas

Intricate carvings of Buddha & Bodhisattvas

Statues of Buddha reminiscent of the magnificent Bamiyan Buddha

Statues of Buddha reminiscent of the magnificent Bamiyan Buddha

The shallow stream which is a constant companion through the trek

The shallow stream which is a constant companion through the trek

Light at the end of the tunnel!

Light at the end of the tunnel!

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