It contains 280 caves - 21 of which are described as 'extensive' in size.
It also has 164 waterfalls, including 39 over fifty feet and 10 over 100 feet tall These preserved artworks were found by researchers Jan Simek, Alan Cressler, Nicholas Herrmann and Sarah Sherwood from the Department of Anthropology at the University of Tennessee and Mississippi State University.
Unlike many other places that offer northing fresh, Samanar hills are all about different, diverse and never forgettable experience.
The reading of the inscriptions explains that many monks here practiced 'sallekhana' here, which means to take fasting until death.
The visitors can also see a lot of flat rocks and stone beds that could have been used by the monks to take rest.
In the local language, 'Samanar' means Jains and 'Malai' means Hills, portraying that that place used to be where the Jain monks lived.
The hills are declared and protected as a spot of historical importance by the Archaeological Survey of India.
While these sculptures are a great way to understand their religious beliefs, it also talks in volumes about their prowess in art and sculpting.