Pandav Lani Caves in Nashik are located 74 kilometres from Saptashrungi but a major destination for anyone visiting the region. Situated on the Anjinagri Mountain Range, the 2000 years old caves were built by Jain Kings and are famous for its engravings on the cave wall. The caves are in a group of 29 and idols of Buddha, Bodhisattva and other Jain Tirthankars adorn the complex. Panchvati on the northern bank of River Godavari flowing through the city is another popular spot. The name Panchvati comes from the fact that there are five banyan trees under which Goddess Sita stayed while Lord Rama, Sita and Lakshman were wandering in exile.