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Mahabalipuram -The place of stone and marbles
If any one want to see one of the best work done by stones and marbles mahabalipuram is best place to visit.the place is situated at the coast of mahabalipuram beach which add on the beauty of this place.mahabalipuram temple,light house, crocodile park, view of rising sun from mahabalipuram beach,museum,panchratha,open cave and one big giant stone like Pisa inclined at approx 15 °angle from vertical axis.this giant stone is the best place for good photography where u can take your pic in the pose of pushing this stone and post it on Instagram and Facebook and get n no of likes and share also.If we talk about food I think there is some problem because as per me I am one of the biggest hater of South Indian food so I found difficulty in searching proper food whole day.but yes you will find lot of Thela walas and shops of idaly, South Indian recipes and some Thela walas have Puri sabji also not very good but for person like me " Marta Kya na karta"it's enough.u can buy a cool lockets of stone tied it on your neck it looks very good and cost 40 rupees bargain with shopkeeper they will also give you in 20rupees it all depends upon your bargaining ability.there is lot of classic stuffs which you can buy if you have enough amount of budget and you want to decorate your house.Final the place is worth to visit one time and most importantly it is one of the world heritage site and the kingdom of pallavas cost of tickets is 35 plus 10 rupees for museum....