Dharmaraja Ratha is a monument inside the Pancha Rathas complicated at Mahabalipuram on the coromandel coast of the Bay of Bengal, inside the Kancheepuram district of the country of Tamil Nadu, India. It is an instance of monolith Indian rock-cut structure. Dating from the 7th century, its miles attributed to the reign of King Mahendravarman I and his son Narasimhavarman I 630 to 680 AD; also called Mamalla, or excellent warrior of the Pallava Kingdom the whole complex is under the auspices of the Archaeological Survey of India.
It is one of the agencies of monuments at Mahabalipuram that was targeted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site given that 1984. Resembling a ratha, it is carved out of a single, long stone of red granite. Although once in a while mistakenly referred to as a temple, the structure became no longer consecrated because it becomes not completed following the death of Narasimhavarman I. Like the other four Pancha Rathas, Dharmaraja ratha changed into built from stone, a duplicate of a wood version which preceded it.