Sana (Shana) Caves is a group of 62 Buddhist rock shelters that have been carved out of soft rock. They draw tourists from across the country for their architectural wonders. Most of these caves are different from one another and are scattered at different levels. While some caves have a pillared hall and a dome, others have stupas, chaityas and rock-cut pillows as well as benches with ornate carvings. Experts are of the opinion that these shelters date back to the 2nd century BC and are among the oldest found in Western India. Cave 2, which is around 21 m in depth and 18.3 m wide is the largest of them. The caves lie at a distance of about 76 km from Junagadh, around Sana Hills in Amreli.

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