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The Pallava dynasty king was a marvel at stone carvings and they made an entire palace within a mountain of rock and that too so beautiful.
Imagine this having been made over a 1000 years ago!! One must visit it, it’s a heritage site and...More
The time that has passed since they were created and still the sculptures are well maintained despite the idiocy of some of the public visiting this place makes it truly a wonder. A must visit place in order to get an idea of history and...More
Fascinating and beautiful set of sights including the Shore Temple. Plan several hours and expect heat. The guides (certified by the Archaeological Survey of India) are worth the money but try to have some time on your own as well to just enjoy what you...More
The carvings on the first glance itself simply blows the mind. it shows us what our ancestors were capable of in making the sculptures only on manual tools. This is located near the Krishna's butterball and can be covered along with.
One of the most beautiful and detailed episode sculpted in stone. The mastery of the medium is evident.
The unknown artist or artists have done a terrific job. The baby elephants are especially endearing.