Astronaut Carved in Halebeedu Temple, India – Was Space Travel Done in Ancient Times?

Hey guys, this is the Hoysaleswara Temple and here we can see a very strange carving:  these figures look very similar to modern day astronauts. They are wearing helmets which cover their heads completely, and you can see that each person is wearing protective gloves in his hands, notice the cuffs of the gloves. If you observe closely, we can even see some of them have wires that go from one side of the helmet and hooked up to a spherical device at the back of the helmet. If you compare this carving with modern day astronauts, the similarity is uncanny. Yet, these carvings were created at least 900 years ago, some even say this temple was built many thousands of years ago. The question is, does this carving actually show astronauts, or does it depict something else?

I have asked several Historians and Archeologists about this carving and they tell me that till date, nobody has been able to decode this carving. Why? The reason is, Foreign Invaders have destroyed the top part of this carving, specifically this particular figure who is the main character in this carving. If you observe carefully, this figure is seated on a throne, and the astronauts are on the floor begging him. The crouched positions and hand gestures of the astronauts confirm this, but until we identify the central figure, we cannot determine what’s going on.

So, let’s observe this carving very carefully, and see if we can find out who he is, for the very first time. On his shoulder, we can see the outline of a circular weapon called Chakra, which belongs to Lord Vishnu. You can see a female figure sitting on his lap, and Vishnu is often portrayed with his wife Lakshmi on his lap. This is definitely Lord Vishnu, because his throne is shaped in the form of a lotus flower, and Vishnu is the God usually depicted on lotus flowers. I wonder why no one observed these clues to find the answer until now.

So, now that we know that this is Vishnu, let’s try to decode who these astronauts are. In the ancient Indian texts, this scene is clearly described. There are two groups of deities at war with each other: Devas and Asuras. The Devas are unable to defeat the Asuras, so  they travel to a planet called Vishnulokha, and beg Lord Vishnu to help them. This carving perfectly fits the scenario of Devas begging Vishnu for help. Today historians tell us that all these stories are just mythology – Devas traveling to other planets thousands of years ago, that would be impossible because there was no technology for space travel at that time.

But this carving shows that such a scenario actually happened: Because, it shows Devas as astronauts with helmets, wires and gloves, just like modern day astronauts. What’s even more interesting, the Devas are carved without these astronaut suits when they are on earth. They are depicted with helmets, wires and gloves only when they traveled to the other planet called Vishnulokha. If space travel was not possible in ancient times, how can we explain sculptors carving the Devas with remarkable similarity to modern day astronauts?

So, what do you think? Were Indian Gods real? Or were they merely fictional characters as Historians claim? Please let me know your thoughts in the comments section, I am Praveen Mohan. Thanks a lot for watching, don’t forget to subscribe. Please give it a thumbs up and share this video with your friends, and I will talk to you soon. Bye!

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Ancient Egyptian Carved at Hoysaleswara Temple, India – How is that possible?

 

Hey guys, this is the Hoysaleswara temple and here we can see a very strange carving: an ancient Egyptian. You can see that the clothes he is wearing and the tools he is holding are completely different from all other carvings in this temple. In fact, many historians agree that this is an Egyptian figure but have no idea how it has been carved in India, which is in a totally different continent. Mainstream archeologists say this temple was built about 900 years ago, although locals say it has been in place for many thousand years.

If we compare this carving, with carvings of other Indian humans and gods in this temple, it has many distinct features. All Indian figures are shown with no clothes on the upper body, but wearing plenty of ornaments. This figure is the complete opposite, it is shown wearing a long coat but almost no ornaments. Most Indian figures are shown wearing footwear, but this figure is barefoot, just like the ancient Egyptians shown in paintings and carvings. Now, if you look at this Egyptian figure, you can see that beneath the long coat, he is wearing a loincloth, and this is exactly what this carving also shows: A simple loincloth underneath the long coat. Now, if we take a closer look at this figure, we can see that he is wearing a headdress that reaches the shoulders. We know that this is a headdress because we can see his real hair underneath the headdress. And this headdress also looks remarkably similar to the ancient Egyptians, while all Indian figures in the same temple show completely different hairdos.

All history books tell us that ancient India was not connected to ancient Egypt, yet we see this Egyptian figure in this temple. How is that possible? Remember, experts are telling us that ancient India was isolated, it was not connected to other countries. Yet, in another video, I have shown you a European carved in the ancient Brihadeeswara temple. All historians repeatedly tell us that India was not connected to Africa, yet I have shown you the carving of  a Giraffe in Konark Sun Temple, and Giraffes are only found in Southern Africa. With all these evidences, is it possible that ancient civilizations around the world were connected, just like how we are all connected today? Were they using advanced technology like telescopes and even communication devices? How else can we explain this Egyptian, along with the other carvings found in ancient Indian temples?

But the most important question is, why did Egyptians come to India? What was the purpose of their visit?

So, I began scanning this temple to see if there were any more of this Egyptian carved amongst thousands of other sculptures. There are two smaller carvings which show the same person. Here he is shown watching Indian musicians and dancers, suggesting that he was a visitor from a royal family, and therefore, was being entertained. But there is another sculpture which shows something remarkable:

On the left, there is an Indian man who has a child on his lap. What is strange is that he is using a dumbbell like device on this child, and the Egyptian who is standing nearby is observing this procedure. You can see that the dumbbell like device is placed on the left side of the child’s chest, exactly on top of the heart. In modern medical technology, in the last few years, we have developed something called a cardiopump,  to give CPR when someone has a cardiac arrest.

It must be placed on top of the heart, and it will revive the patient.  Are we looking at the exact same technology, carved in ancient times? Ancient Indian texts mention that other civilizations came to India to learn advanced technology, specifically the field of medicine. Massive Universities like Nalanda existed in ancient times and the ruins of these structures still exist today to confirm this. A text called Sushruta Samhita, written at least 2700 years ago talks about advanced surgical operations, and mentions a vast variety of surgical instruments. Carvings of identical surgical instruments are found in ancient Egypt. Carvings in Egypt clearly show this and archeologists have even found remains of these metal surgical tools, proving that surgery was done in ancient Egypt, just like India.

So, what do you think? Was India and Egypt connected in ancient times? Did we have a sophisticated civilization with advanced technology, thousands of years ago? Was the world connected back then, just like today? Please let me know your thoughts in the comments section. I am Praveen Mohan, thanks a lot for watching, don’t forget to subscribe. Please like and share this video, and I will talk to you soon. Bye.

Oldest Carving of Bodhidharma discovered – Proves his Origin

Hey guys, I am at Mahabalipuram cave temples in India and here we can see the oldest depiction of Bodhidharma, carved at least 1300 years ago. Bodhidharma is a very mysterious figure and has statues all over China and Japan and is considered the founder of martial arts at the Shaolin temple. He is an iconic figure among Buddhist monks. All ancient Chinese texts agree that he came from a foreign country, but experts are not sure if he was from Iran or from India. This confusion exists because Bodhidharma came from a kingdom called the Pallava Kingdom. There are 2 kingdoms which existed under the same name, one in Iran and another in India. But this 1300 year old carving puts this confusion to rest, because it is the oldest carving of Bodhidharma that has ever been found and is found at the heart of the Pallava Kingdom in India which proves that he is in fact from India.

We can see that he is wearing a long head dress that extends to his legs and is shown with a beard and mustache, typical of Bodhidharma’s depiction in China and Japan. However, the most important feature is his extremely large eyes which are shown almost popping out. The reason for this is because Bodhidharma did not have any eyelids. This was his distinct feature. And we can see that Bodhidharma is shown holding a long stick, which was the only thing that he ever carried around.

If we look around in this temple, this figure is sharply in contrast with all other figures in this monument. All other saints are clean shaven and are shown with their palms together. However, Bodhidharma is shown with a beard and mustache. This is definitely not a carving of a layman, because he is shown standing on top of a temple tower, such a depiction is only given to people who are saints or kings.  And the beauty of this carving is that it shows Bodhidharma when he was young, because he left India in his early twenties.

So, who was this Bodhidharma, and why did he travel to China? A Chinese disciple of Bodhidharma, by the name of Tanlin, clearly describes his origin in a book written around 550 A.D. He has written that Bodhidharma was a South Indian of the western region, and was the third son of a great Indian king. Also, the author Tsutomu Kambe mentions that Bodhidharma came from a city called (香至) Kang-zhi, which is actually pronounced as Kanchi in India. The city of Kanchi was the capital of Pallava Kingdom, which is located less than 50 miles from this carving. Bodhidharma’s real name was Jayavarman, a prince of the Pallava dynasty, who renounced his luxuries to become a monk. He then traveled to China where he taught various specialties including meditation, martial arts and medicine. I am Praveen Mohan, thanks a lot for watching. Don’t forget to subscribe and I will talk to you soon. Bye.

Is Konark Sun Temple a Hindu Temple? No!

 

Hey guys, in this video, we are gonna look at why the Konark Sun Temple was really built and by the end of this video, you can decide if it is a Hindu temple at all.

Imagine that you are child who is only 5 years old and your parents have taken you to the Konark Sun Temple. This is what you would see in this temple. At the lowest level of the temple, you will see what children are naturally interested in: Animals. There are exquisite carvings of various animals and their behaviors. For example, you see how baby elephants hang around their mothers. How monkeys behave. Some are even funny, like today’s cartoon network. Here you can see how human beings use tamed elephants to capture a wild elephant. This is a cage, and you can see how the sculptor had brilliantly carved the elephant inside the cage. This was ancient India’s animal planet. But this temple doesn’t stop there, I am gonna show you how Konark temple was built as an encyclopedia, as a University which teaches various subjects for all age groups. I have realized that you can divide this temple into many different subjects according to its height.

The first 2 feet are carved for small children below 5 years, and when you reach the ages between 6 to 10, you are going to see things like dancing, singing and playing musical instruments. The temple holds an enormous amount of carvings about music and dancing. This is odyssey, the traditional dance of the region. There are 128 postures of traditional Indian dance, carved in this temple. If you are tough kid, you can also see martial arts like boxing and wrestling. Of course, life would be no fun without games. So you can learn games like the tug of war as well.

The third level, fit for ages between 11 and 15 has enormous scientific information, specifically astronomy. This wheel is a sundial that can tell the accurate time, precisely down to a minute! The temple, dedicated to the Sun God Surya is a giant symbolic representation of how the Sun works. The temple is shaped as a chariot with 24 wheels representing 24 hours of the day, featuring 3 sun gods – the morning sun with a happy face, the somber noon sun and the evening sun with a sad face. But all experts and commoners have missed something very important. What are these weird animals carved on either side of the chariot? They are horses in an extremely disintegrated state, they were disfigured by foreign invaders. There are a total of 7 horses which pull the chariot of the sun.

Now, Why is the chariot being pulled by 7 horses? Some say, just like the 24 wheels represent 24 hours of the day, the 7 horses represent 7 days of the week. But this is not true. Astronomers agree that the 7 days of the week are not connected to the Sun at all, and some civilizations even had 8 day weeks, because it is not relevant to the movement of the sun and the earth. So, why is the chariot of the Sun god being pulled by 7 horses?

If you talk to the elderly people in this area, they reveal some intriguing information. They say that each of the 7 horses was painted with a different color of the rainbow. So, this horse was probably painted with violet, this one with indigo, and so on. Now, we know that Isaac Newton discovered that sun light is not white, but made of 7 different colors. This was a startling discovery back then, and even now it is hard to accept that sunlight is actually made of 7 different colors. Newton discovered this in 1600s, but this temple was built nearly 400 years before Newton, so how did the ancient builders know that the Sun light was actually made of different colors? More importantly, why aren’t historians recording this in their books? Anyway, now you know why the Sun God’s chariot is being pulled by 7 different horses.

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Help! Who is this ferocious Indian Gods?

 

Hey guys, I am in the Darasuram temple in India which is at least 850 years old, and we are going to look at a rare carving of an Indian God. As you can see, this god is half lion and half human, but before you try to figure out who he is, let’s see what he is doing. He is trying to destroy another smaller figure who is also half lion and half human.  Who is this god? And why is he trying to destroy another god who looks similar to him? As far as I know, this is the oldest carving of this God, and I have never seen him in North India at all. They have covered his mid section with a cloth, so we can’t see his whole body, but if you observe carefully, you can see something here. It looks like a tip of a wing. Did this God have wings and was he capable of flying? This God does have a few dedicated temples in South India. Here, we can see the whole body and you do see the wings and he is doing exactly the same thing, which is trying to destroy another god who looks just like him. But this carving shows a lot more details than just the wings. There is this amazing long tail, but did you notice the legs? He is shown with four legs in the front, but only 2 legs in the back. This looks unrealistic but if you look carefully, you can find 2 more legs on his back. I have never seen anything like this before. If you know the story behind this God, please leave a comment and give a detailed explanation of what happened. Why are these gods fighting, and who won? I am Praveen Mohan, thanks a lot for watching, don’t forget to subscribe and I will talk to you soon.