Mahabalipuram Temple

Temple of Mahabalipuram

It is located near Chennai of Tamil Nadu on the banks of the Bay of Bengal, along with the east coast of southern India. It is the highlight of every visit to Mahabalipuram. Its temple on the shore and its nearby monuments are a great sight.

Mahabalipuram Monuments Group

 1808 Mahabalipuram Island Card. At the centre is the major mound with the cavern temple; the temple on the shore is near the promontory on the shore, and the other memorials are only a few kilometres away from the fortress. Between 1790 and 1820 Mackenzie remunerated anonymies from India to sketch thousand of temple remains, epigraphs and works of art.

Mahablipuram's most famous cliff topography is the descent of the Ganges (also known as Arjuna's or Bhagiratha's Penance), the biggest open-air cliff topography. is one of the biggest petroglyphs in Asia and tells several Hindu myth. Jeopardy up ^ William Chambers 1788 release in Asiatic Researches, vol. 1 names the page "Mavalipuram" and Seven Pagodas.

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R. Nagaswamy (1965), Some Contributions of the P???ya to South American Art, Artibus Asiae, Band 27, Nr. 3, Seiten 267-268, Kontext : 265-274, Zitat : "In the latter case, King Vicitracitta (one of Mahendra's titles) built this temple to Brahma, Visnu and Ziva without the use of bricks, timber, metals or morta.

Mahendra pretended to be the first to make an important use of rock in the field of religion; it is said that former constructions in the transient material "brick, timber, metals and mortar" could not live because of the times and climates of the South.

The Mandagapattu scripture is a more sensible way of interpreting Mahendra's testimony that most of the early Tamil land monasteries were constructed from all five types of material, the Pallava kings only asserted that he had only used rock in Mandagapattu without the other four.

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