Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Postcards from Mahabalipuram: Krishna's Butter Ball


Mahabalipuram, situated around 60kms from Chennai was a major seaport during the time of Pallava dynasty. Ancient traders sailed to various countries of South East Asia from this seaport.

Mahabalipuram is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its brilliant rock-cut monolithic rathas and temples built during by the Pallava's.

One such highlight is Krishna's Butterball.

It is a giant natural rock perched on a hillside. The structure is recalcitrant to the laws of physics.

This is one of my favorite clicks from Mahabalipuram. What do you have to say?


Krishna's Butter Ball

4 comments:

  1. awww.... I have said hello to this rock toooo when I went to Mahabalipuram :-) It's a wonderful place... Thanks for sharing Neha :-)

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  2. Wonderful click.

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