Mahabalipuram is a coastal town in Tamil Nadu, India, about an hour drive from Chennai. This peaceful little fishing town is best known for it's UNESCO heritage site of temples and monuments built by the Pallava dynasty in the 7th and 8th centuries. The shore temple is likely the most...
These rathas (temples in the form of chariots) are part of the Shore Temples, located at Mahabalipuram in the South Indian State of Tamil Nadu. These are monolithic temples, where each structure is carved out of a single rock.
Kanjivaram Sarees: The Kanjivaram sari (which derives its name from the famous temple town of Kanchipuram, 90 km south west of Chennai) is one of the finest silk saris of India. Due to the strong patronage of the Chola Dynasty, the Tanjore District emerged as amongst the largest traditional silk weaving clusters of South India and likewise due to the patronage of the Pallava Dynasty, silk weaving assumed importance in the ancient Pallava Capital of Kanchipuram. #AngadiSilks #SilkSarees
The Pallava script was developed in southern India during the Pallava dynasty, (ca. century AD) The Pallava script was based on the Brahmi script and consists of a matched set of symbols for consonants, as well as ways to write consonant clusters.
Pallava Dynasty was a pastoral tribe who ruled the southern parts of India for almost 550 years. Pallava dynasty conquered the region of Thondaimandalam that was located at Pallavapuri, The Pallava rulers