Undavalli Caves / Cave Temple

The Undavalli Caves an example of Indian rock-cut architecture and a finest testimonial of ancient vishwakarma sthapathis, are located in the village of Undavalli in Guntur District.Major Part of the Architecture Resembles Hinduism Including art on the walls and pillars.Second & Third Floor is with splendid Carving and Temple.

Rock Cut Architecture Of Caves in 4th Century

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Five Rathas/Chariots In Mahabalipuram

Five Rathas Stand For monolith Indian rock-cut architecture dating from the late 7th century by Pallava Kings.Sea Beach is  very near to this place might be that reason the compound is filled with sand by nature.All are cropped from Pink Granite and not fully finished.Five Rathas Named After Pandavas.Some are multi pillared chariots.

Ethereal Animal For Durga Goddess

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Places of Interest @ Mamallapuram

Descent of the Ganges or Arjuna Penance at Mahabalipuram, in the Tamil Nadu state India, is one of a group of monuments that were designated as a World Heritage Site.Measuring 96 feet (29 m) long by 43 feet (13 m) high, it is a giant open-air relief carved of the a monolithic rock. The monuments and sanctuaries were built by the Pallava kings in the 7th and 8th centuries.The waters of the Ganges are believed to possess supernatural powers. The descent of the Ganges and Arjuna’s Penance are portrayed in stone at the Pallava heritage site.

Descent of the Ganges or Arjuna’s Penance

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