Thousand Buddha Grottoes structure an arrangement of 492 sanctuaries 25 km (16 mi) southeast of the focal point of Dunhuang, a desert garden deliberately situated at a religious and social intersection on the Silk Road, in Gansu territory, China. The caverns may likewise be known as the Dunhuang Caves, this term is additionally utilized as an aggregate term to incorporate other Buddhist hollow locales in the Dunhuang territory, for example, the Western Thousand Buddha Caves, and the Yulin Caves more remote away. The hollows contain a portion of the finest case of Buddhist craftsmanship spreading over a time of 1,000 years. The main caverns were uncovered in 366 AD as spots of Buddhist reflection and worship. The Mogao Caves are the best known of the Chinese Buddhist grottoes and, alongside Longmen Grottoes and Yungang Grottoes, are one of the three renowned antiquated Buddhist sculptural locales of China. A critical reserve of records was found in 1900 in the purported "Library Cave,"