The Great Dravidian Heritage Art & Architecture and monumental sculptures depicting the great Dravidian culture of South India, during the Pallava Kingdom’s rule with Kanchipuram as its capital, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mahabalipuram, for your view. The Pagodas One of the tower sculptures of the Pagodas Monolithic Sculptures A Monolithic Cave Scriptures or Sculptures?… Read More
A profile of the sculpture of a lion – At the Seven Pagodas, Mahabalipuram, Chennai City, India. Also visit https://bullyboyblog.wordpress.com/2016/12/31/resilient-the-seven-pagodas/ Bullyboy Please feel free to add your comments.
The Odd Ball – I found the stairs on the big rock starting from the middle of nowhere (which is really hard to step on) and leading to the top, a bit odd. However, this place is known for its sculptures (Mahabalipuram – A World Heritage Site). … Read More
Aesthetic – A World Heritage! f/2.7, 1/160, ISO 100 Mamallapuram, also known as Mahabalipuram, is a town in Kancheepuram district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, around 60 km south of the city of Chennai. It is an ancient historic town and was a bustling seaport during the time of Periplus (1st… Read More
One of the Seven Wonders?… Yes it’s the Mahabalipuram in Chennai, India The Seven Pagodas (cars or rathas), curved out of a single rock each, is a wonder rooted on the beach sands of Mahabalipuram otherwise known as Mamallapuram. Today, only a few of them exist as the other ones are submerged in the sea. … Read More