also called Mamallapuram, is a town of Kanchipuram
district of Tamil Nadu. It is located 60 kilometres south from the city. A tropical climatic city, Mahabalipuram
receives an average annual rainfall of 1,219 mm. The city was established by British Raj in 1827. Monuments like Varaha Cave Temple, Shore temple, Descent of the Ganges (a rock relief), Light House, Tiger Cave and PanchaRathas are in the heart of the locality. It is known to have a population of 12,345 as of 2001 census. Mahabalipuram
is known for high literacy rate.
Metropolitan Transport Corporation and Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation offer various bus routes and train routes leading through the locality. Buses run from Chennai
, Kancheepuram, Thiruttani etc. Some of the bus routes include 515, 568, 568C, 588, 588B, 588C, 589, 599.
Real estate in Mahabalipuram
offers a number of apartments for rent and sale. The apartments here are available in 2BHK and 3BHK configurations. Property here is available at affordable rates.
Social infrastructure of Mahabalipuram
is well-developed. Mahabalipuram
has a number of schools, hospitals, and restaurants. Among the various schools in and around the city, some include Chennai
Public School, Chennai
International School, St. Francis International School, Modern Senior Secondary School, British International School, APL Global School etc.
Some of the well-known hospitals and nursing homes in and around the city include Multi Speciality Hospital, Frontier Lifeline Hospital, Motherhood, Billroth Hospital, Deepam Hospital etc.