The Town Mahabalipuram

You may have all seen the pictures of the historic Meeting between the Prime Minister of India and the Chinese President in October 2019 at Mahabalipuram.
This is where the ISSHCON 2020 is being held.

Mahabalipuram is on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal, about 60 kilometres (37 mi) south of Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
Mahabalipuram or Mamallapuram has a collection of 7th and 8th century religious monuments that has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site. They include 40 ancient monuments and Hindu temples, including Descent of the Ganges or Arjuna's Penance – one of the largest open-air rock relief in the world. Ratha temples (Chariot temples) with an architecture of monolith processional chariots built between 630 and 668 CE; Mandapaviharas (halls) and rock reliefs particularly bas-reliefs of Shaivism, Shaktism and Vaishnavism; stone cut temples particularly those dedicated to Shiva that also reverentially display Vishnu and others, built between 695 and 722 CE; and, archaeological excavations with inscriptions some dated to 6th century and earlier. The cave temples and monolithic temples were built during the Pallava Period.
The site is managed by the Archaeological Survey of India.