Out of the 30 caves present in the Talaja Caves, some of them are water tanks which were used by the Jain and Buddhist monks present in the cave. Some of the stone carvings within the walls of these caves represent the Kushana Kshatrapas regime that used to follow Jainism. The Chaita dynasty crafts of stone carvings are also visible in the caves which represent the Buddhist religion. Some of the unique architecture found within the Talaja Caves is known as Ebhal Mandapa.
Since the Talaja Caves plays an important role in both Jain and Buddhist religion, it is also said that the Talaja Caves is the origins for both the religion entering/exploring the state of Gujarat, the cave where everything is portrayed in a written format. It is one of the most famous tourist destination sites in Gujarat and is one of the ancient sites where the caves and temple located on top of the caves or hills which are still being visited by tourists from across the globe.