Mahabalipuram-East Coast of India : What the Tsunami revealed-(2)


Mahabalipuram on the East  Coast of India in the state of Tamil Nadu is the ancient port city of the mighty Pallava empire that ruled a large part of South India from the 3rd to 9th CE. They were the first dynasty in the south of India to build rock cut cave temples and  introduced innovative styles of enormous stone sculptures in the ancient port city  of Mahabalipuram . Several of these great temples and sculptures recorded in history and Tamil Sangam literature were lost for centuries till the Tsunami struck in 2004. The sheer power of the ferocious Tsunami altered the very shoreline and revealed several structures that had not been sighted for centuries.

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