This cave is a large open cutting about one meter deep, 6.5 meter long by about 4 meter high. Here Vishnu is represented as a man with a boars head, placing his left foot on the coils of naga king who has a canopy of thirteen snake’s heads.In bock cut caves of Udaya Giri No.5 cave is famous for a solossal representation of Varaha Avatar, the third incarnation of Vishnu.
The pillar, Garuda Dhvaja (Flag withSymbotic emblem of the God), Was a gift from greek Governor Antialkidas (180BC) sent across through his envoy Helliodorus. The pillar OS one of the eaight Dhvajas had amongst them tha , Garuda Dvaja, Tal dvaja and makar davaja. Four hundred years of recorded history of worsh IP of TH pillar by the Dhimar(Fisherman) community has shrouded the pillar in mystic layers and exorcism takes place under a tamarind tree in front every new moonlight.Excavation (1913-1914) Khambaba site. Heliodorus son of dion erected this pillar in honour of the God Vastudeva. He was the ambassador of Indo-Bactrian King Antalikita.
Udaipur is a small place today, in the district of Vidisha. It is famous for the Neelkantheswar Temple. A temple built by the Paramara king Udayaditya. He was the son of the great king Bhoja (1010-1050 AD). In central India, it is difficult to see precisely dated temples. But the Udayeshwar temple is one of the few, which has a precise date. Two inscriptions engraved on the temple record the construction of temple during Paramara king Udayaditya between 1059 to 1080.