Bhimbetka (22° 56'05"N: 77036'41" E) is a group of rock shelters part of craggy sandstone formation in the Vindhya Range. It rising over 100 meters above the Deccan traps amidst the Ratapani Wild life sanctuary. The area is rich in heritage. There are over 700 rock shelters in this region. Of these, more than 400 rock shelters are distributed over the five hills in the core area.The site remained a center of Human activity right from lower Paleolithic time up to medieval period. the subject of paintings include linear depiction of human figures hunting, riding, communal dances, warfare, and other scenes, depicting details of the day to day activities of the ancient man.