Somewhere in the hidden conclaves, a little further away from a city that never sleeps, thrives an oasis of serenity. Steeped in ancient history, nestled among the tranquil milieu of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, in the outskirts of Mumbai, are the Kanheri Caves. A cluster of more than 100 Buddhist caves, which were excavated as early as mid 3rd century B.C. and were in occupation right up to 11th century AD, these were used by Buddhist monks as part of a monastic university complex. Get an exclusive insight to the numerous inscriptions and paintings on these caves, observe the Buddhist sculptures and relief carvings, and get enthralled by the tales of rise and spread of Buddhism from these caves with a renowned historian.