This monument is located on the Bay of Bengal Coromandel Coast, in Kancheepuram region of the Tamil Nadu state, India. PanchaRathas is an instance of monumental Indian rock-cut structural design. Each monument of the five in the PanchaRathas compound depict a chariot (Ratha), moreover, each is engraved over a solo, long stone or else monolith, of stonework that slopes in a north-south way with a slight prejudice. The constructions are titled after the Pancha Pandavas and their general wife Draupadi, of impressive Mahabharata fame. In the line of their size, they comprise of the DharmarajaRatha, Bhima Ratha, ArjunaRatha, NakulaSahadevaRatha, in addition to Draupadi Ratha.