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.

 

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The Pagodas

 

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One of the tower sculptures of the Pagodas

 

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Monolithic Sculptures

 

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A Monolithic Cave

 

Scriptures or Sculptures?

The epic tale of God Krishna and Kuchela depicted on the wall of the cave.

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God Krishna and his childhood friend, Kuchela

Period:ย  It is an ancient historic seaport (town) during the time of Periplus, 1st century CE, and Ptolemy, 140 CE.

Location:ย  Chennai, India

Inspired by https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/heritage/

https://bopaula.wordpress.com/2017/05/18/thursdays-special-traces-of-the-past-y3-05/

https://dutchgoesthephoto.net/2017/05/16/tuesday-photo-challenge-travel/

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