The world’s tallest cave is more than 50 metres high.
The first cave cave was discovered in 1892, and was opened to the public in 1893.
The name was chosen to honor its location on the banks of the River Kheti.
The cave is also known as the ‘rock stairs’ and ‘rock steps to the sky’.
It was first explored in 1909, and opened to everyone who wanted to go in the winter.
The cavern is also famous for its stunning natural cave paintings.
One of the first visitors was a British explorer, Charles Edward Brown, who was one of the early explorers to reach the summit.
Brown described the cave as ‘one of the best in the world, and among the best I have ever seen.’
The cave’s name is an ancient Sanskrit word meaning ‘place of the gods’.
The cave was first described by the ancient Indian geographer Aryabhatta and translated into English in 1851.
Brown went on to visit the cave and wrote about its geology, which was described by George Westinghouse in 1853.
It has a long history, as many ancient civilizations from around the world visited the cave to experience its wonders.
Today, there are around 5,000 people living in the cave, and it is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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