The name ‘Bhimbetka’ is gotten from the memorable story of Mahabharata. Legends have it that Bhim, one of the Pandavas sat (‘baitha’ in Hindi) right now their outcast, and in this way, the spot got its name ‘Bhimbetka’, the sitting spot of Bhim.An uncovering by Dr. Vishnu Wakankar in 1957-58 carried him to this noteworthy perfect work of art. In a coincidental outing to the asylum of Ratapani, he ran over these caverns, and consequently, Bhimbetka was found. Dr. Wakankar contrasted these caverns with those he found in Spain and France.These caverns are an important annal of history. Made in various times of history, a few artistic creations are around 30,000 years of age. The canvases are a knowledge into the main hints of pre-noteworthy humanity like way of life, celebrations, chasing and horticulture. Out of the many, anyway just 12 caverns are open for open survey, and have been a subject of enthusiasm for a few archeologists since its discovery.The utilization of normal hues has guaranteed that the artworks have persevered through better after some time.