Ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India in October, we'd asked you dear readers, to send us photographs of Mamallapuram Shore Temple, the venue for the international summit between India and China.
Here are some interesting pictures we received from you.
Rediff reader Ramesh, 51 from Chennai visited the Shore temple in Tamil Nadu after 40 years.
He had first visited the temple when he was in school.
Ramesh sent us these pictures from his memorable trip to the heritage site:
Siva Pagadala, 44 from Bengaluru has visited the temple several times.
"I had an opportunity to do a long run around this temple on an early November morning. It was bliss. The serenity, the elegance, the splendor and the symmetry of this temple took me there many times. I never get tired," he says.
Amit Mishra, 32 from Auraiya, Uttar Pradesh says:
"I liked the peace and tranquility of sunrise at the shore and felt proud about the magnificent architectural achievement of our ancestors."
Vijaya Kumar, 37, also shared these pictures from his trip in July 2019:
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