Mammallapuram (Mammallapuram)

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Mammallapuram (also know as Mamallapuram) located 60 kms South of Chennai, nestling on the shores of the Bay of Bengal, was once a port of the Pallavas. The Pallavas were creators of some of the best monuments with Sculptural Panels, Caves, Monolithic Rathas and Temples.

Once a thriving port trading with many distant nations, Pallava chisels have breathed life into stone. The Pallavas’ art emphasises on robust eatherly beauty, imbibed with life. These monumental splendours along with the sunny beach resorts have been attracting tourists from all over the world. The collection of various historic monuments built between the 7th and 9th century has gained the spot a classification as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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