Mamallapuram: Bay watch at Shore Temple | Chennai News

CHENNAI: Tourists exploring the Shore Temple at Mamallapuram can, in about a year, view the pristine beauty of the beach promenade directly from the world heritage site.
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is looking at the possibility of opening access to the shoreline to facilitate an unhindered view of the promenade from the monument. Currently, boulders and fencing divide the Unesco notified site with the seashore at Mamallapuram, which is located about 50 kilometres south of Chennai.
ASI, custodian of centrally protected monuments, has one and half acre of land on the southern side of Shore Temple that would be utilised for the purpose. While grilled fencing will done about 50 metre before the seashore, seating arrangements…

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