Mahabalipuram, is famous for the Pallava dynasty's temples and monuments from the 7th and 8th century. Three magnificent granite shrines make up the beachfront Shore Temple. The huge rock known as Krishna's Butter Ball sits atop a tiny hill near the Ganesha Ratha Its formerly a thriving port in Tamil Nadu, came to prominence during the Pallava Kingdom's heydays, from the 4th to the 9th centuries. Mahabalipuram is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, because to its various architectural marvels. The sites to see in Mahabalipuram will provide you with an utter sense of delight, from ancient temples to ruins of age-old sanctuaries. This beach town is also an archaeologist's dream, with a significant number of beautiful stone sculptures carved out of uncut rocks. Such constructions are strewn around the site, eliciting amazement from visitors who visit virtually all year. Mahabalipuram is a great weekend escape due to its strategic location along India's east coast and closeness to major towns in South India. The Shore Temple is one of Mahabalipuram's most well-known tourist attractions. There are several temples and religious shrines in this compound.The Shore Temple, which dates to 700-728 CE, is one of India's earliest granite-block temples. Shore Temple represents superb Pallava architecture as well as the kings' marine ambitions. Its little size belies its superb proportions and superior carving skill, many of which have deteriorated into vaguely impressionist decorations.
Tirupati is a city in the Andhra Pradesh state of India. Its Sri Venkateswara Temple, which lies atop one of the Tirumala Hills' seven summits, attracts many Hindu pilgrims. The temple is in Sri Venkateswara National Park, which also houses the Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park, which has lions and primates. Sri Kapileswara Swamy Temple is devoted to Lord Shiva and is located beside a sacred waterfall and cave.In this ancient temple, all the major dynasties of kings of the southern peninsula have paid devotion to Lord Sri Venkateswara. Mind body soul coordination is amazing during the visit to this place. Mahabalipuram is known for its temples and monuments, particularly the well-known Shore Temple.Arjuna's Penance, the Crocodile Farm, the Cave temples, the Indian Seashell Museum, and Krishna's Butterball are some of the other prominent tourist sites in Mahabalipuram. No wonder that you will surrender yourself to this place.
Though it is open all year, the summers are very scorching. Some tourists visit during the monsoon season because it gives the area a new appearance. The ideal time to come, however, is during the colder months of October through March, according to most visitors.
Once you arrive at Chennai, our representative from Kabilesh Tours will receive and assist for your onward transfer to Tirupati, the world renowned spiritual destination. Check into the hotel for relaxation. Later start to have Dharshan of Lord Venkateshwara, the self manifested form of Lord Vishnu in the standing posture. Tirupati Tirumala is known as the World's richest temple with more than one lakh devotees worshipping the Lord. The temple is prominent for world's one of the largest kitchens feeding all the devotees everyday and for the sweet ball called Laddu having the GI tag. Have a wonderful and blissful dharshan before returning to hotel. Overnight stay in Tirupati.
Post breakfast, check out from the hotel and start your drive to Mahabalipuram, the most visited coastal town of South India.En route to Mahabalipuram, stop at Kanchipuram, the holy city of temples. A Visit to the holy Kamakshi Amman temple, the only temple where the presiding deity Goddess Kamakshi is found in the Padmasana Posture is a beautiful sight. Then proceed to Ekambareswarar temple, one of the Five Panchabootha temples representing Earth(Prithvi Lingam).Marvel the grandeur of Kailasanathar Temple before you resume your journey to Mahabalipuram, the most visited coastal resort town of South India. Check into the hotel and the rest of the day is at your leisure and move ahead for theOvernight stay at Mahabalipuram.
This day is for Mahabalipuram sightseeing. The city, sandy shores, monuments,buildings,etc have lot to explore. The pinnacle of Pallava Dynasty can be witnessed here in the form of stone structures and temples on the shore. Marvel the beauty of Pancha Rathas, Descent of Ganges which is a monolithic wonder made in stone, Krishna's butterball and varaha cave temple. The visit to Sea Shell Museum is an astonishing sight where you can see the largest collections of shells and pearls. After thoroughly enjoying at Mahabalipuram, proceed to Chennai and visit some of the iconic locations. Start with Kapaleeswarar Temple and later on to St.George Fort and Musuem. Later in the evening, stroll along the sandy shores of the world's second longest Marina Beach and shopping can be done to buy some souvenirs before returning to hotel Overnight stay in Chennai.
Post breakfast, check up on from the hotel to board your flight supported your departure schedule. Tour ends with lovely memories.