Edakkal Caves (11°37′28.81″N 76°14′8.88″ECoordinates: 11°37′28.81″N 76°14′8.88″E) are two characteristic holes at a remote area at Edakkal, 25 km from Kalpetta in the Wayanad locale of Kerala in India's Western Ghats. They lie 1,200 meters above ocean level on Ambukutty Mala, close to an old exchange course interfacing the high heaps of Mysore to the ports of the Malabar coast. Inside the caverns are pictorial compositions accepted to date to no less than 6,000 BC, from the Neolithic man, demonstrating the nearness of an ancient human progress or settlement in this region. The Stone Age carvings of Edakkal are uncommon and are the main known case from south India. The prominent kannada motion picture edakallu guddada mele was set in the background of this area.