Dharmaraja Ratha Overview
Dharmaraja Ratha is a part of the five ‘Ratha’ structures, commonly known as the Pancha Rathas, situated in Mahabalipuram. The architectural style is monolith Indian rock-cut and it is sculpted out of single pink granite stone.

Built during the end of the seventh century, this cave temple has some of the most unique structures and innovative stone works. This is one of the best places to spend some quality time with your family. Click some amazing photographs of the temple and spend some great moments in this peaceful historic place.

Location: Pancha Rathas complex, Mahabalipuram, Coromandel Coast, the Bay of Bengal, Kancheepuram district, Tamil Nadu. 

Entry-Fee: INR 10 and INR 250 for Indians and foreigners, respectively (Extra INR 25 for shooting videos). Children below 15 do not need to buy tickets. 

Timing: 6 am to 6 pm.

Best time to visit: The apt months to visit here is from November to February.
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