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8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
6:00 AM - 6:00 PM
worship
Indians- INR 10 (Includes entry to Pancha Rathas), Foreigners- INR 250 (including entry to Pancha Rathas)
June - February
Families
7 out of 32 attractions in Mahabalipuram

Shore Temple

Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, this complex is made up of one large and two small temples. These were built during the the 8th Century AD during the time of King Narasimhavarmana II. This place during that time was an important port and a center for trade and business activities. This is known as the Shore Temple Complex as this is very close to the sea and a part of the coastal area on the banks of the Bay of Bengal. People who visit this place make sure to take a dip in the sea before worshipping here.
Aparajita
The fourth day was spent exploring the 7th century Monuments of Mahabalipuram. These monuments have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Our first stop was Shore Temple. The beautiful sculptures are a sight to behold. But it's really hot and sunny, so best to visit the monuments early in the morning. Also, carrying an umbrella really helps.
When in Mahabalipuram, you cannot miss visiting the intricate Shore Temple. It is an architectural beauty standing tall by the beach. This place looks beautiful during sunset which is the perfect time for photography enthusiasts.
Akash Bhatte
4. Shore Temple @ 5:40PM - This is one of the best sites of Mahabalipuram. This temple get closed at 5:45PM. So, make sure you are on-time as this site cannot be missed. A temple on the beach i.e Shore Temple . I wanted to visit this place ever since I say the image of temple on the 5/- Stamp during my school days.
Sunil Sahu
.Shore Temple Mahabalipuramhe Shore Temple (built in 700–728 AD) is so named because it overlooks the shore of the Bay of Bengal. It is located near Chennai in Tamil Nadu.It is a structural temple, built with blocks of granite, dating from the 8th century AD. At the time of its creation, the site was a busy port during the reign of Narasimhavarman II of the Pallava dynasty.[1] As one of the Group of Monuments at Mahabalipuram, it has been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984
Rahjit Aruna