Mohida-tarf-haveli is a small village in Shahada taluka with 394 inhabitants in 1961, known for a group of old Jain caves on the banks of the Gomai river. [The caves were discovered by Shri S. A. Sali, of the; Archaeological Survey of India.] Excavated in the bed-rock of the river, the caves are roofless, and hence usually remain filled with water and debris. The first of these, is an oblong hall containing images of Jain tirthankaras in niches. Its garbha-griha contains an image, probably that of Adinath, which is the main deity, and on the walls those of other tirthankaras. Cave 2 is an irregular oblong hall with similar images. The garbha-griha also contains an image in mutilated condition.