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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"Lord Shiva as Natraj Dancing with Nandi, the Bull", Kailashnath Temple at Kanchipuram.  Pallava Dynasty. 7th Century CE. Tamil Nadu, India,

"Lord Shiva as Natraj Dancing with Nandi, the Bull", Kailashnath Temple at…

A pastoral tribe in the southern India, Pallava Dynasty rule for about 500 years. The northern Tamil Nadu and southern Andhra Pradesh were under the rule and control of the Pallavas.

Map highlights the Slave Dynasty or Mamluk Sultanate with Capital and current country boundaries. Slave Empires existed from 1206 to

300 AD: The Pallava dynasty is founded in Kanchi

Pallavas Dynasty was a pastoral tribe who ruled the southern parts of India for almost 500 years.

Kailasanathar Temple.(meaning:“Lord of the Cosmic Mountain”), The kanchi Kailasanathar temple is the oldest structure in Kanchipuram. Located in Tamil Nadu, India, it is a Hindu temple in the Dravidian architectural style. It is dedicated to the god Shiva, and is known for its historical importance. The temple was built from 685-705AD by a Rajasimha ruler of the Pallava Dynasty. It is built in the tradition of Smartha worship of Shiva, Vishnu, Devi, Surya (Sun), Ganapathi and Kartikeya.

"History of famous Iravatanesvara temple located at Kanchipuram in Tamilnadu. This ancient temple of Lord Shiva is famous for its architecture and sculptures on Vimana.

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

These rathas (temples in the form of chariots) are part of the Shore Temples, located at Mahabalipuram in the South Indian State of Tamil Nadu. These are monolithic temples, where each structure is carved out of a single rock.

Mahabalipuram: 1005 year old ancient Hindu Temples - India - Still in use.  Probably the only religion/culture which has maintained its sacred Hindu thread since ancient times.

Mahabalipuram: 1005 year old ancient Hindu Temples - India - Still in use. Probably the only religion/culture which has maintained its sacred Hindu thread since ancient times.

Pallava Dynasty was a pastoral tribe who ruled the southern parts of India for almost 550 years. Pallava dynasty conquered the region of Thondaimandalam that was located at Pallavapuri, The Pallava rulers

Pallava Dynasty was a pastoral tribe who ruled the southern parts of India for almost 550 years. Pallava dynasty conquered the region of Thondaimandalam that was located at Pallavapuri, The Pallava rulers

Hotel Hotel Pallava Dynasty in Mamallapuram, India. For more information, photos, reviews and best prices please follow the link. #India #Mamallapuram #HotelPallavaDynasty #hotel #travel #vacation

Hotel Hotel Pallava Dynasty in Mamallapuram, India. For more information, photos, reviews and best prices please follow the link. #India #Mamallapuram #HotelPallavaDynasty #hotel #travel #vacation

Kanjivaram Sarees: The Kanjivaram sari (which derives its name from the famous temple town of Kanchipuram, 90 km south west of Chennai) is one of the finest silk saris of India. Due to the strong patronage of the Chola Dynasty, the Tanjore District emerged as amongst the largest traditional silk weaving clusters of South India and likewise due to the patronage of the Pallava Dynasty, silk weaving assumed importance in the ancient Pallava Capital of Kanchipuram. #AngadiSilks #SilkSarees

Kanjivaram Sarees: The Kanjivaram sari (which derives its name from the famous temple town of Kanchipuram, 90 km south west of Chennai) is one of the finest silk saris of India. Due to the strong patronage of the Chola Dynasty, the Tanjore District emerged as amongst the largest traditional silk weaving clusters of South India and likewise due to the patronage of the Pallava Dynasty, silk weaving assumed importance in the ancient Pallava Capital of Kanchipuram. #AngadiSilks #SilkSarees

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