Borra Caves is the deepest and one of the longest cave in India, it is also a popular tourist destination in Araku Valley of Andhra Pradesh. Situated within the green valley of Anantagiri hill with the view of the Gosthani river, this natural splendour seems to be opening to the underworld – a dark, wide-open mouth to swallow the people queuing into it. Is this the real dark dungeon of hell or an intriguing artwork of nature? Read on to know more.
How many of you remember the lesson on mineral formation from the geography classes? More precisely the limestone structures of stalactite and stalagmite. Like many another interesting phenomenon we studied in our geography classes this was pretty awesome too. Those impressive pillars within the dark caves, some growing upwards while some descending downwards. All sounds so spectacular. Yes, I am talking about limestone caves of Baratang in the Andaman Islands.