Caves of the Unknown (Guest Post by Jaspreet Soni)

During one such trip to a busy, bustling with tourists, Lonavala, we explored a dusty gem.  There were no hopes of finding one though. The place is done to death by tourists and the commercialization is disturbingly rampant.  But this piece of history was so luminous that we couldn’t take our eyes off it. Amidst the rain spells and the clouds revealing the mighty green hills, there was a high, distant set of windows cut and carved in stone.  Windows to heaven, we thought.

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