Seven temples is one of the oldest scared temples that were built in the Dravidian style found in South India during the 7th century. Under the rule of Narasimha Varman II, It has lately raised populated and become one of the world heritage sites of the UNESCO. Moreover, it has numerous carvings that can be seen throughout the temple. There are three separate buildings in which two are Shiva temples that and the third one is a Vishnu temple.
The Five Rathas
The Five Rathas is a set of rock temples that is also known as Panch Rathas. They are brilliant specimen of the evolution of Dravidian style architecture. These temples are the most popular scared places that are built in the same shape as pagodas. It also has a really resemble to Buddhist shrines and monasteries. It is believed that it is associated with the great epic Mahabharata. One can see the first ratha is located precise by the entrance gate is Draupadi's Ratha. It is made in the shape of hut which is dedicated to the goddess Durga.
This ratha has many gigantic elephant sculptures that are dedicated to the God of Rain, Lord Indra. The Bhima Rath is huge. It is 42 ft in length, 24ft in width, and 25ft in height.