Top 10 UNEXPLAINED Carvings in Ancient Indian Temples | Praveen Mohan |
There are many strange carvings in Ancient Indian Temples. What do they mean? How do we explain these things? Ancient technology? Or mere imagination? 🙄
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Hey guys, today I am gonna show you some ancient carvings in Hindu temples which are truly mindboggling.
Here is an ancient statue, he looks very strange with an unusually long moustache, but that is not the important part. The important feature is that, if you put a thin stick through one ear, it will come through the other ear. The hole is just a few millimetres wide, and only very thin twigs or metal wires can go through this hole. And this statue is made of solid rock, so how did ancient builders make such a long hole through this statue? It would be quite difficult to do it even today, with modern drill bits. So how did ancient builders do this a thousand years ago?
While historians argue that Hindu temples were built one or two thousand years ago, evidences indicate that they could have been built at a much older time. Here is a carving that clearly shows a very strange animal. It has powerful legs, a large body, a long neck and a small head. What animal is this? This is called Paraceratherium, the largest known mammal, and it is an exact match to the carving. But this animal became extinct roughly 20 million years ago. So, it is very strange to see a prehistoric animal carved in an ancient temple, because the timelines don’t add up .How did a sculptor who lived one thousand or two thousand years ago see this animal and sculpt an accurate carving? Either the temple is millions of years old, or the animal must have been roaming around here two thousand years ago.
Ok moving on, here are 2 female statues, can you tell what is strange about them? Yes, their eyes look strange, they have their hands on two kids who are standing nearby, but look at their chest level. Yes, they are having small stands on which babies are resting comfortably. I wish they sent me a high-quality picture but yes, these are clearly babies resting on those stands. Very interesting to see.
Here is a woman, what is she doing? It appears that she is holding a telescope like device and looking at the sky? Or is she doing something else? Look at her other hand, she is holding a similar device in the other hand also? Who can explain what is going on here?
In ancient times, Indian women enjoyed a lot of freedom, they are often portrayed as having fun, look at this woman, she is putting mascara on her eyes, although mascara was discovered in 1872 in France. This statue is many many centuries older than that by the way.
This one is from Vietnam and it is an ancient lingam and you can tell right away that it looks quite different. Of course, it has several protruding faces on it, but the person who sent this picture claims that these heads are magnetic and they have opposite poles from its neighbour, so if this head is North Pole, the next one is South Pole, again North, and that would be south. I don’t know if it is true, but I will verify this soon, but the entire set up actually reminds me of a rotor we use, the bottom has so many serrations and protrusions reminding me of ball bearings type fittings we use today.
More and more footage is coming out showing Temples have secret rotating parts, you guys are sending me hundreds of emails on a daily basis, so I will try to sort through them in the future. I think ancient builders were using some type of advanced rotating machines and there are many symbolic representations of them, and we are not able to fully understand them.
Here you can see 2 guys intertwined like snakes. Look at their legs, the legs are interlocked, their hands are also interlocked and they are also holding each other’s hair. Is it hair or their hats? But the most important question is, why are they doing this and what is the meaning of this? The only motion they can probably do is rotate indefinitely. I am not sure if it is symbolic of a rotating device.
Here is the final carving of this video, this is more than 800 years old. What is going on here? What is the seated figure doing to the standing guy? Why does the standing guy have that expression? What do you see underneath?
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