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Panoramic view of sculptures from the Pallava Dynasty of Kings in Mahabalipuram / Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu, India

Panoramic view of sculptures from the Pallava Dynasty of Kings in Mahabalipuram / Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu, India

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Mahabalipuram or Mamallapuram is a historic city and UNESCO World Heritage site in Tamil Nadu, India. During the reign of the Pallava dynasty, between the 3rd century CE and 7th century CE, it became an important centre of art, architecture and literature. A significant amount of coins and other artefacts excavated from this region also indicate a pre-existing trade relation with the Romans even before it became a part of the Pallava Empire. (Info by Dola RC) -- AHE

Mahabalipuram or Mamallapuram is a historic city and UNESCO World Heritage site in Tamil Nadu, India. During the reign of the Pallava dynasty, between the 3rd century CE and 7th century CE, it became an important centre of art, architecture and literature. A significant amount of coins and other artefacts excavated from this region also indicate a pre-existing trade relation with the Romans even before it became a part of the Pallava Empire. (Info by Dola RC) -- AHE

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Kanchipuram (sometimes simply called Kanchi or Kanci) is an ancient city in the Tamil Nadu region of southern India. Once a capital of the Pallava dynasty, Kanchipuram was also a noted centre of learning for Tamil and Sanskrit scholars. Known as ‘the religious capital of the South’ its early 8th century CE Kailasanatha temple is one of the most impressive structures surviving from ancient India. (Info by Mark Cartwright) -- AHE

Kanchipuram (sometimes simply called Kanchi or Kanci) is an ancient city in the Tamil Nadu region of southern India. Once a capital of the Pallava dynasty, Kanchipuram was also a noted centre of learning for Tamil and Sanskrit scholars. Known as ‘the religious capital of the South’ its early 8th century CE Kailasanatha temple is one of the most impressive structures surviving from ancient India. (Info by Mark Cartwright) -- AHE

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Back in high school, I thought Filipinos owed their literacy to colonization. This was the web site that taught me otherwise. How could I have gone almost two decades not knowing something that should have been common knowledge? When I asked my parents about Baybayin, they knew nothing about it, which meant their parents knew nothing about it. It was things like this that made me so curious about the huge gap in Filipinos' knowledge of themselves.

Back in high school, I thought Filipinos owed their literacy to colonization. This was the web site that taught me otherwise. How could I have gone almost two decades not knowing something that should have been common knowledge? When I asked my parents about Baybayin, they knew nothing about it, which meant their parents knew nothing about it. It was things like this that made me so curious about the huge gap in Filipinos' knowledge of themselves.

Mahabalipuram is an ancient city in the Kancheepuram district of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It was once part of the Pallava Dynasty, a Tamil dynasty that ruled over part of southern India between the 3rd and 9th centuries AD. One of the architectural achievements of the Pallava kings was construction of a complex of temples known as the ‘Seven Pagodas of Mahabalipuram.’ Of these seven temples, only one - the Shore Temple, remains above water; the rest were swallowed by the sea.

Mahabalipuram is an ancient city in the Kancheepuram district of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It was once part of the Pallava Dynasty, a Tamil dynasty that ruled over part of southern India between the 3rd and 9th centuries AD. One of the architectural achievements of the Pallava kings was construction of a complex of temples known as the ‘Seven Pagodas of Mahabalipuram.’ Of these seven temples, only one - the Shore Temple, remains above water; the rest were swallowed by the sea.

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India History - Pallavas ruled regions of northern Tamil Nadu and southern Andhra Pradesh between the second to the ninth century CE. The Pallavas gained prominence after the eclipse of the Satavahana dynasty, whom the Pallavas served as feudatories.[1][2] A number of legends are associated with the origin of the Pallavas.

India History - Pallavas ruled regions of northern Tamil Nadu and southern Andhra Pradesh between the second to the ninth century CE. The Pallavas gained prominence after the eclipse of the Satavahana dynasty, whom the Pallavas served as feudatories.[1][2] A number of legends are associated with the origin of the Pallavas.

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