Strange Indian Carvings Reveal Advanced Ancient Technology | Praveen Mohan

Hey guys, today, I am going to show you some of the strangest carvings found in Ancient Indian temples and if you watch till the end of the video, I hope you will agree that they were using very advanced technology during ancient times.

Look at this ancient carving in the Sun Temple at Modhera, built around 1000 years ago. This figure is holding something unique. It does not look like a weapon, but rather like a long rectangular strip. Do you realize what this is? This is a   ruler, a rule or a line gauge just like what we use today. When we zoom in we can actually see the markings on the ruler. Look at this statue, the same figure is shown clearly holding a ruler, with clear markings.  This is a spectacular find, because I have shown you so many ancient temples, and we often wonder about how the builders made such accurate measurements? Now, you know ancient builders used measuring instruments just like today.

Now, sadly, look this figure has a total of 4 hands and the other 3 have been completely destroyed. This destruction was done by human beings to intentionally destroy ancient knowledge. Because the other hands, if in good shape, would also give us important clues about ancient technology.  So, who does this carving represent? He is an ancient architect by the name of Vishwakarman. He is known for his very advanced engineering projects, including the construction of Dwaraka, a city which is now submerged underwater.

Now, Vishwakarman is still worshiped in many parts of India, and look at the iconography. On one hand he holds a rule, and on the other he holds a measuring tape, remember architects need flexible measuring tape because most structures won’t be flat or straight. In another hand, he is holding a scroll or palm leaf. Why? This is where, he would not only write down all the information, but he also has to draw the layout, and create a perfect blueprint before starting to build anything. But in the 4th hand, he holds that bag. That mysterious bag, which is carved around the world, by various characters, which is never shown touching the ground. What is in this bag? Is it an energy device? Only Gods know this secret. Look behind him, and you will see plenty of tools, just like what modern architects use. Angle finders, devices to measure if the surface is perfectly parallel, perpendicular, and many other interesting tools.

But look at this carving found in an ancient temple at Shimoga. What is going on here? There is something very, very strange about this carving. This figure is shown wearing a thick outfit, deliberately carved to show it is some kind of a heavy suit, but the real shocker is that weird thing on his head. It does not even look like a mask, it has a strange bell shape, worn over the head, apparently has openings for eyes, and a huge circle near the forehead area. It definitely has antennas attached to the top, like astronauts. Now, in one hand he is holding this helmet or whatever it is, in the other hand, he is holding a large circular device. What is this device and what is the purpose of it?

But this is nothing, when compared to these 2 carvings, found in another ancient temple. This is just mind-boggling and it flies in the face of our understanding of history. The woman on the left is holding a device near her ear and mouth, just like how we use a modern day cell phone. The device is rectangular and very thin, just like today’s smart phones. She is holding a large round device in another hand as well. Very similar to what we saw in the previous carving. This is probably a futuristic device, which we still haven’t invented. Look at the other woman, she is clearly holding a flat, thin, rectangular tablet computer and she is using an electric stylus to touch the screen, just like how we use our Ipads or Android tablets today.  Carvings in Hindu temples very often show things from the distant past and the future. If cell phones were invented only in the last 50 years, how is it carved many centuries ago?

One caveat here: Someone sent me this picture via social media and I could not find the location of this temple, even though it is said to be somewhere in the state of Gujarat. I sincerely hope this is not a hoax or a recent carving, or a photoshop and if you know the location of it, please tell me in the comments section.

Look at this sculpture, it is from a temple called Rani Ki Vav, built around 1000 A.D, so this carving is about 1000 years old. She is clearly putting on lipstick. Look at how her lips are shown and look at what she is doing, this is lipstick no doubt, and this is an ancient carving. If you ask a Historian, he will typically say, lipstick was invented in 1884 in France,  but you can see these women were using it a thousand years ago, in India.

Here is an 800 year old carving found in a Hindu Temple known as Chennakesava temple, you can see these 2 figures mounted on an elephant, but the real eye catcher is this device he is holding. There is a rod like structure in the middle, but on either end, there are pointed rectangles or rhombus like structures. What is this device called? This weapon is called Vajra, and is clearly mention in ancient texts and it is described as capable of creating a ‘Thunderbolt’. This weapon could create as much energy as a lightning strike. This is about 1 billion, yes billion joules of energy. It is definitely similar to a type of advanced Tesla coil, with primary and secondary coils with a  transformer and a capacitor in between. Or this could be using Maser technology using diamonds or other crystals. Whatever it is, we can definitely see some advanced technology used in ancient times, because the sculptor could not have randomly imagined such a high-tech device.

Now, let us look at this carving, which definitely raises some questions. Found in an ancient Shiva Temple at Shimoga, it shows a woman in standing position, wrapping a man tightly with some type of a fabric or sheet. This man is in a sitting position, and even though there may be other explanations for this, we cannot help but think of mummification. Is this woman, mummifying this man to preserve  his body? We have all heard of Egyptian mummies, but why do we see such a carving in India? Believe it or not, ancient Indians also mummified and preserved bodies, especially of saints. For example in Srirangam temple, Saint Ramanuja’s body is mummified and is held in an underground tomb. But if we go to the state of Himachal Pradesh, we can see a strange mummy called the Mummy of Sanga Tenzin. This mummy  is kept inside a temple and you can see how it is still in remarkable shape, and in the same sitting posture, just like what we see in the carving. Why did ancient people mummify and preserve bodies? There should have been a reason behind this.

And here is another intriguing carving, found in the water. There is a lingam placed in the water, but it is the pattern carved on the river bed which baffles us. What does this mean? It clearly looks like a complicated maze where something could get lost. Why is it carved underwater?  Imagine pouring mercury on top of this lingam, and how it would flow through the pattern. Is it related to some type of advanced technology? Or is it some kind of spiritual science, which has been lost due to time? Whatever it is, this is one strange carving underwater.

 Most of these pictures were sent to me by viewers like you through social media, and I really appreciate all these pictures you guys are sending me. But this means, there could also be some errors about locations, and other information, but I have tried to provide the best information possible, and I have given credits for the contributors as well.

Praveen Mohan

Crystal Skull Bridge & Strange Lingams in River – Kbal Spean, Cambodia

Hey guys, today we are at a very special place called Kbal Spean in Cambodia. As you can tell, this is a very remote place, but there are some very interesting Hindu artifacts found underwater. We are in the deepest part of the jungles of Cambodia. But there are remnants which are more than 900 years old in this area, and they are found underwater, so we are going to try and find them today. So, let’s go.

I had previously shown you underwater lingams at a place called Phnom Kulen, this place is about 40 kilometers from there.  I am trying to decode the meaning of these underwater lingams and why ancient builders made carvings on the river beds in these remote mountains. I find it very intriguing that there are 2 sites which have ancient underwater carvings side by side. What could be the meaning of this?

I have been walking for more than 45 minutes now, I have been walking uphill. You can see how dark this entire area is, well, it  is 2 o clock in the afternoon. There is bright sunlight, but with all these trees, you can see that even sunlight cannot pass through, because we are in the middle of a jungle. And we still have to walk for more than an hour to reach these ancient Hindu sites. So I am gonna keep walking.

So we have reached the top of Kbal Spean mountain. We can find some very interesting stone carvings here. Now what does Kbal Spean mean? The word actually comes from Kabala, meaning skull, in Sanskrit. And Spean means bridge in Cambodian. But I will show you Kbal Spean later, let us look at the carvings now.

And here we can see something fantastic. Look at this – this is beautiful because this is not fully underwater. There is this huge lingam in the middle, and then, look around it, hundreds of lingams around this. Many of them are outside water. Look at this circular lingams coming out. And some of them are inside water. And you can see this huge pattern, carved in the stream. Something is strange about this central lingam. Because it is not one lingam, it is five lingams. There are 5 small lingams, set up in the middle and around it there is like a rectangular groove coming out. And there are 4, no there are 8 lingams. And there are 8 smaller lingams outside, do you see them? It is amazing to see. We are gonna have to decode this. Why did ancient builders create these amazing carvings underwater 1000 years ago? People will say it is simply for religious purposes, but there must be a scientific reason behind this. And we need to find out why they did it. Let’s go further.  More lingams, this entire river bed, possibly made of sandstone, has been completely carved. You don’t even see like a normal, flat river bed anymore, everything you see is full of these protruding lingams. All of them are lingams. I have been climbing this mountain for more than an hour now, and I find at the top of the mountain, underwater, thousands of lingams, look you don’t even see a flat surface. This is all lingams.

There are 2 types of explorations which can yield great results. The first one is exploring underwater, underwater footage can be very exciting to watch, I showed you lots of underwater footage in Phnom Kulen Mountain. The second one is exploring into the woods.

There is something very interesting here, this is a cave. This is a man made cave. Look at the perfect cuts, possible sign of painting. This would have been a perfect location for people to stay. More than a 1000 years ago, people would have stayed here. You can still see the base of a lingam. And you can see, even though Cambodia is about 85% Buddhist now, and not Hindu, people still pray here, you can see these incense sticks and the base of the lingam. It must be a sacred place. Let’s go and find more carvings.

This is not the only cave, inside the forest there are several small shelters. Perhaps ancient builders used structures like these for meditation. Places like these have a strange energy to them. When I explore more, I find more and more interesting structures. Here we can see this rock which is clearly cut into a complex shape. This has multiple Trapezoidal Cuts, and  this is deep into the woods. This piece is possibly, a part of the base of a temple. This means in this mountain, there should be Hindu temples hidden, waiting to be found.

Over here, what do you see? Now, this carving here, in the middle of nowhere, this was carved at least in 11th century, which means it is about 1000 years old. Look how beautiful this is, this is Vishnu, lying down and his consort Lakshmi, is basically at his feet. This is Vishnu, who is in a reclining posture, and you can see his consort Lakshmi, and Vishnu has this 7 headed Naga protecting him, and you can see the Naga’s tail. There should be more details here, there is another vishnu on that side, and you can see Brahma coming from his navel. Actually, I think the paint must have been a little bit fresh, you can see this white paint on Brahma, which was possibly made in the last few centuries. Nearby, look there, that is a broken lingam. It has this beautiful rectangular groove around it, the base, but the lingam, the cylinder, has been destroyed. This is amazing.

Remember the name of this place was Kbal Spean which means Skull Bridge? This is the skull bridge. This is not natural. This is man made, but look at the length of that rock, which connects this part and that part. And why do we call it the skull bridge? Where is that skull part? Let’s go over there and find out.

So we can see these round holes here, according to the locals, according to locals there used to be skulls, massive skulls placed inside these holes. This is how it got the name Kbal. So this is the Kbal Spean, the skull bridge, which connects these 2 corners.

Hinduism is very much related to Skulls known as Kapalas. Unfortunately, most of their Hindu history is forgotten by today’s Cambodians, so we don’t get more information. Remember I showed you the temple of crystal skulls in a different video. There is a Hindu sect called Kapaalikas in India, who use skulls for their rituals, and they are all worshippers of Shiva.

Here is a weird carving. One lingam in the center, surrounded by 8 lingams. This is called Navagraha Lingam. Navagraha are the 9 elements in Indian astrology.  Why did they carve these various types of Lingams on top of this mountain? What could be their purpose?

And here, the water is coming this way and look that is a massive lingam. The diameter must be at least 2 feet long. That is a huge lingam, and surrounding it, is a square base called Yoni. … It is positioned exactly at the center of the water flowing. Water has to flow through that lingam, before coming down. It is beautifully designed, at least 1000 years ago. But the question is why? It is beautifully designed at least 1000 years ago, but the question is: WHY?Why does the water have to flow through these lingams before going down from the mountain top?

Here is a rare carving of Lord Brahma. He is usually shown with 4 heads, in a sitting posture. The fourth head is at the back, of course. Isolated statues of Brahma are very rare. In India, there are almost no temples dedicated to Brahma, however in Cambodia, there are plenty of statues and temples for Brahma. Remember I showed you the carving of a Dinosaur, that temple is also dedicated to Brahma.

There are many rare carvings here. Here is Shiva riding a bull, these depictions are not very common. Also we can see plenty of Vishnus. This is typical Vishnu sleeping on a giant snake with his wife Lakshmi near him.

Here again, we can see 5 lingams in one yoni. One cylinder in the center, surrounded by 4 lingams within one square. It may look like a weird Cymatics pattern to you, but in Hinduism this is sometimes referred to as Panchabootha Lingam. 5 lingams represent 5 prime elements of nature: Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space. Now, compare the 5 lingams, and the layout of Angkor Wat. See how there is one central tower, surrounded by 4 towers. And see how everything is enclosed in a square. This is not a coincidence. But we are just beginning to understand how ancient builders worked.

Praveen Mohan

1000 Year Old UNDERWATER Lingams Found in Cambodia? Ancient Technology Revealed at Phnom Kulen

Even though we can see these lingams vaguely from outside, the real view can be obtained only if we get underwater and for the very first time and this has never been shot before, I am going to go underwater and show you how it feels.

Hey guys, today we are going up a mountain called Phnom Kulen in Cambodia. This place has many ancient lingams constructed underwater. So, let’s go take a look and see what this mountain has to offer.

We are at this place called Phnom Kulen Mountain; we are not at the ground level. There is a stream here, but there is something spectacular inside this stream. Look, do you see what this is? You see a rectangle inside a rectangle, inside a rectangle, inside a rectangle, inside a rectangle. Now you may wonder what this is. This is a lingam. Or at least, there used to be a cylindrical lingam in the center. Now it is gone. But that is not the only remarkable feature. And that is not even the only lingam, look. LOOK. the entire stream is full of lingams. You see there are lingams of various sizes, here there are smaller lingams and look over there, there is a huge rectangle there. These are all lingams carved underwater here in Cambodia.

And let us go into the water and see how these multiple lingams look. There is a square around another square, and in the center, there is a cylindrical protrusion. There are so many of them. This is a huge lingam, seems like it has some kind of mystical energy to it. This huge rectangle once must have had a cylindrical lingam inside, it is great to see how it looks underwater. Look we can even see fish swimming alongside the camera.

So even though we call this place Phnom Kulen Today, originally this place was called Sahasralinga, which means one thousand lingas. And this is not a misnomer, and this is not even an exaggeration. This is actually an understatement because we have more than one thousand lingams underwater if you look closely. If you See there, there is one huge rectangle, and you can see here, so many lingams. If you look all over the stream, we can see a lot of lingams, going all the way on both directions.

The name sahasralinga means one thousand lingas in Sanskrit, which used to be the main language here in Cambodia, more than a thousand years ago.

And people think these are randomly carved lingams on the river bed. But they are not! There is a pattern here. If you look carefully, you will see these carvings in squares. Now, here you can see one square, and you will see 8 rows of lingams, and 8 columns of Lingam, so you have 8 rows and 8 columns like a chessboard, and so you have a total of 64 lingams and you can see this much better in this panel on the right side, you can see these 64 lingams. Because they are actually coming out of the water, or at least partially coming out of the water. Now, what’s the secret to this number 64 right, why do these lingams have to be in groups of 64? Because there are 64 Bhairavas, there are 64 forms of Shiva, mentioned in Hinduism.

Let’s go (8 rows and columns of lingams) underwater and take a look at them. Each cylindrical protrusion is one lingam. Just imagine how fresh and perfect these lingams must have looked at the time they were carved.

When we casually look at this rectangle within the rectangle within the rectangle, we don’t understand anything, people just assume that this is a fancy lingam. But there is something bizarre about this, this is the model of Angkor Wat, the largest Hindu temple in the world, which is located about 25 miles from these carvings.

If we compare them, it is shocking because the aerial view of Angkor Wat temple is built as a rectangle within a rectangle within a rectangle matches perfectly with this carving. This groove which is carved like a connection between the rectangles, is actually a bridge that connects 2 rectangles in Angkor Wat temple.  And there is yet another weird connection between Angkor wat and this Mountain. Where did all the stones of Angkor Wat come from? They were cut from this mountain. This mountain is now known as Phnom Kulen, but originally this entire mountain was called Mahendraparvata, meaning the Mountain of the Lord Indra. They have found a 1200-year-old inscription confirming this original name.

And here you can see underwater, a perfect square, and you see a lot of very interesting details. One, you see a circle in the center, and then there is another concentric circle surrounding it, like a weird cymatics pattern. Of course, like I told you 8 rows and 8 columns , but not all 8 rows have protruding lingams, you see, for example from the left, on the very first row, one two three, you have protruding lingams, and the four is just an empty hole and then again, one two, and the last 2 are just holes. We see the same pattern around, we don’t have all these lingams, we have these empty holes. Now, what is the mystery of this? And more importantly right, why were these thousand lingams carved underwater?

Cambodians who used to be Hindus more than a thousand years ago, believed that lingams have strange energy, and were capable of making everything fertile.

Now, why did they make these lingams, on top of this mountain, in the path of this stream? Of course, historians and archeologists will simply blame it on meaningless rituals followed by primitive people. But remember, there is always a reason behind everything.  Originally, Cambodia was just one big massive forest land, but ancient Hindus cleared them and made them into paddy fields, into rich rice fields. But simply clearing the forest, and planting crops were not enough to turn the land into rich rice fields. The water flowed from this mountain top into the fields, but the soil lacked fertility. It needed an additional ingredient, some unfathomable magical property. Hindus believe that Lingams have strange energy and if water runs through the lingam, it turns into a magic potion. This is why devotees still pour water on top of lingams today. This is why these thousands of lingams were carved on this path, because the water flowing through these lingams would reach the rice fields ensuring a great amount of rice.

Some people think that this place was completely dedicated to Shiva, because all these lingams represent Shiva.  But here, underwater, you see this amazing carving of Lord Vishnu, sleeping in the water. Look at his face, you see how he is sleeping. This is a huge carving of Vishnu inside the water.

Now remember, Vishnu is usually shown sleeping in the cosmic ocean. So it is very appropriate that he is carved underwater, you can see, he is resting on this huge multiheaded snake. And also look at this figure at his feet, this is Goddess Lakshmi, his wife. Now, let us go underwater, this is a closeup of Lord Vishnu’s face and You can even see a strange smile, a grin on his face. A lot of sediments have taken over this carving, because Cambodia switched from Hinduism to Buddhism many centuries ago, and these carvings were completely neglected for hundreds of years, but they are still in very good shape.

In certain angles, you can see very large squares, this is a huge square, possibly about 4 feet on each side and inside there is a Yoni, but the real view comes when you get in the water. Let us see if we can go into the water and see how this looks. Come.

How did they carve this underwater? Experts say that about a thousand years ago, when these lingams were carved, the water level was much higher, which means the sculptors have to go underwater, hold their breath and carve these lingams with chisels and hammers.  And there are documentaries which show that these lingams were carved below the water level. But there is a problem with this theory. Holding the breath is not a real problem right, you can even use hollow bamboo stems and breathe underwater for several hours, there are many tribes who still do this.

The real problem is using a chisel and hammer under water. Do you think you can use a hammer with enough force underwater? Have you ever tried to punch someone underwater, it is impossible, you will make a soft touch, because you cannot move your hand very fast. Even if you have not tried that, you have definitely seen in movies, what happens when someone shoots a bullet underwater. Even bullets slow down a lot in water.  Because water has a lot more density compared to air. To make a carving, you have to hit it hard. This is a bed rock, this is not soft. So, we have to agree that either ancient builders had superhuman strength or used advanced machining technology to carve underwater.There are a lot of secrets hidden in the water, and I am going to explore more.

Praveen Mohan

Mind Blowing Ancient Technology – Preah Vihear Temple, Cambodia

In Cambodia, there is an ancient temple known as ‘ Preah Vihear’. It uses IMPOSSIBLE STONE TECHNOLOGY. Do you see any JOINTS in corners? What about these steps? Do you see any JOINTS? ..between the stone steps? Archeologists say these are sandstone blocks. But the truth is NEVER SIMPLE.

Praveen Mohan

Ancient Temple with Unique Architecture – Tiru Parameswara Vinnagaram (Vaikunta Perumal Temple)

Hey guys, today we are going to look at a temple called Tiru Parameswara Vinnagaram also known as Vaikundha Perumal Temple located in the city of Kanchipuram. This is a very old temple, by archeological accounts this was built about 1300 years ago, around 700 A.D, but many locals claim it was built much earlier in time.

Looking at the temple from the ground, it looks nothing different, but when we examine the temple from the air, we can understand a strange feature in architecture. There are several T shaped structures placed one inside the other, there are at least three such T shaped buildings. They are not only placed horizontally one inside the other, but also vertically placed in that fashion. The outermost T shape is at the ground level, the next one has one level up and in the very center, there is the top level. So, there are three levels in this temple.

Each level has a sanctum, a central chamber and each chamber hosts a statue of Lord Vishnu. So there are three Vishnu statues. At the ground level, he is shown in the seated posture. If you go to the next level, you can see him in a lying position. In this position, he is refered to as Vaikundha Perumal, this is why this temple is also known as Vaikundha Perumal temple. At the top most level he is in standing position. Think about the philosophy behind these three postures – why do we see them in different postures and why do we have three Vishnu statues? Please let me know your valuable thoughts in the comments section.

Now, if you plan on visiting this temple, try to go on the 11th Lunar day known as Ekadashi in Hinduism. Why do I say this? Because on that day, between 8 AM and 12 noon, visitors are allowed to climb up to the next level. On all other days, visitors are allowed only to see the ground level, but if you go on that day, you can go and climb to the next level and also see the Vishnu in resting position. You can also enjoy the various carvings on this level.

When you look at the design from the air, it is quite unique. The surrounding compound wall is elevated many feet high to match the level of next floor on top of it. So you can basically walk around the temple on this level and enjoy the beauty of this level as well. Such a design is almost never seen in other temples in this area.

The temple has a fantastic step-pyramid like structure in the center which is painted white, and there is a large dome like structure, a capstone on top of it. On the very top is a vessel like structure with a pointed tip. This vessel is called Kalash and has some fascinating elements inside it. If you look at the entire temple layout, it reminds us very much of the Kailasanathar temple, which is located about  a mile from here. This temple also has a temple tank set up right next to it, just like that temple. The big difference is that, while Kailasanathar temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu.

In fact, this temple is considered one of the divine temples of Vishnu. There are 108 such Vishnu temples known as Divya Desam and this temple is one of them.  Some claim that many of these divine temples of Vishnu are connected by underground tunnels. It is believed that this temple has an underground tunnel which connects to the Shore temple at Mahabalipuram. Mind you, the Shore temple is about 50 miles away, which means that the underground tunnel would have to be 50 miles long to connect these 2 temples . This seems like an impossible task but locals firmly believe that such a tunnel exists and they even say that the British tried to uncover  this secret tunnel during their rule, and its entrance was sealed by locals.

Walking around the temple, you can find some extraordinary carvings on the walls. Some show Gods, some show humans interacting with Gods. Here is a carving which shows 2 figures. On the left is a human in a Namaste pose, and on the right is a horse faced God, who has humanoid features in the rest of his body. Perhaps this is God Kalki, whose arrival is awaited by Hindus. Vishnu is shown in the form of several avatars, what animal face is this?

Some carvings are very strange and have no explanation. What could this possibly be? Is this due to corrosion or were they carved like this? There are Carvings that show a variety of activities. Some are giants or gods and they are shown alongside human beings. Humans are often shown helping or giving offerings to Gods.  There are also war scenes vividly carved on the walls.

Almost all walls are adorned with carvings which have a treasure trove of information. Remember I showed you the carvings of Chinese travelers who visited India during ancient times? Some of those carvings are from this temple. There are many such carvings found here showing ancient connections between India and China.

Here is another carving which shows something interesting. What is going on here? A giant figure on the left is shown tying a piece of cloth on the head of a smaller figure on the right. Who is this giant figure? It is lord Vishnu. You can see the conch, which is one of the instruments of Lords Vishnu. Lord Vishnu is crowning or doing the Coronation ceremony for the King Parameswara Varman. This temple was named after this King. We can also see another intriguing figure in the same carving showing a hand signal. Here, he is telling us to look at the coronation of the King, who was probably the builder of this temple. This hand signal is very characteristic of temples in this area. The hands always point to something important, and if we follow these hand signals we can understand many things.

And these hands signals are not even limited to humans, remember I showed you in a previous video,  how the lion statues told us to go sideways and when we followed their hand signals we ended up in secret meditation chambers. There are a lot of brilliant hidden details like this in ancient Indian temples.

In this temple too, we have Yalis, which are lion like animals with horns, carved on walls and on pillars. They are shown with large manes and protruding teeth. The most important feature however, is that they are wearing some type of armor to protect their legs. This is very similar to shin guards, used by modern day soccer players. I am not sure if this detail comes from human imagination or if such a practice, of putting armor on animals existed in ancient times. Many of these pillars have seen a lot of corrosion, and many of the carvings have also been destroyed due to time.  Some carvings are completely destroyed by corrosion and the figures are totally unidentifiable. The outer walls of the temple are a classic example of how we have lost hundreds of priceless carvings which could have given us valuable information.

Within the temple premises, in one corner, there is a small shrine dedicated to Nagas, the snake gods of India. The Nagas are shown half human and half reptilian, and are considered divine beings with supernatural powers. For thousands of years, ancient people have worshiped Nagas and this practice is still followed rigorously, especially by women.

We can also see various inscriptions in the temple. These inscriptions reveal how gold was used as currency in ancient times and also tell us about Social, Political and Economic aspects during that time. So if you ever plan on visiting the city of Kanchipuram, please go to this fantastic temple and make sure you visit on Ekadashi day between 8 AM and 12 Noon.

Praveen Mohan

Quimbaya Artifacts – Did Airplanes exist 1000 Years ago?

Hey guys, today, let us take a look at these strange golden artifacts in Colombia, which look like modern day airplanes.  Yes, these are ancient artifacts created around 1000 years ago, and it is impossible not to think of airplanes when you see this. Not just one or two, there are seventeen strange artifacts which look like flying machines, displayed at the Gold Museum in Colombia. Remember many ancient texts around the world talk about aircraft and spacecraft, ancient Indian texts call them Vimanas.  I have shown you several similarities between India and Colombia in my previous videos, even about the God of Gold. But What do mainstream archeologists say about these gold airplanes?

Archeologists claim that all these artifacts represent birds. But there is a not a single species of bird which has wings attached to its bottom. In all birds, wings are always attached at the top. So these are not birds. But in modern airplanes, we can see something spectacular – see how the wings are attached at the bottom? See how similar this design is, to the golden airplanes. . If you compare them side by side, the design is uncannily similar to one another. Another important difference is the tail. Look at the tails of these gold artifacts. These have vertical tails, pointing up, like modern aircraft. No bird has vertical tail like this, all birds have horizontal tails, which point sideways.

Even more important, biologists agree that there are no animals or birds  which look like this. Some experts claim that these were just rudimentary models of birds,  with errors in details, because ancient Colombians would not have paid attention to details. But I found that this is not true at all, because the most important detail is found in the Gold Museum itself. There are actual figurines of birds found in the same museum, created by the same ancient people. This is how they look. You can tell immediately that they are birds, they have eyes, they have beaks and they have actual curvy wings and horizontal tails. So to pretend that the ancient Colombian people were just making these rudimentary bird models is a false argument. Here is another bird and see how it looks. Notice how the details clearly show the wing is attached at the top of its body and its tail is pointing sideways, sharply contrasted to the airplanes. This is why most people call them ‘Quimbaya Airplanes’ because these were found in an ancient civilization called Quimbaya.

But do these quimbaya airplanes merely look aerodynamic? Or can they actually fly? About 20 years ago, 2 engineers made a bigger model of these planes and put some controls inside, and it flew like a regular airplane.

This is conclusive evidence that ancient Colombians were making models of flying machines, more than a thousand years ago.  even though we read that wright brothers invented airplanes just a 100 years ago.

But how is such technology possible in ancient times? All historians and archeologists maintain that Ancient Colombians were primitive people without advanced technology. If flying machines existed in ancient Colombia, then shouldn’t there be more evidences of advanced technology? How about this object in the same museum? It shows multiple wheels within a larger wheel, looking very similar to a modern gear system. There are concentric wheels, just like what we use today. These look like small scale models of various gear systems. There are wheels in the gold museum, even though experts maintained that ancient people of Colombia did not use wheels. Mainstream experts believe there are just fancy ornaments.  There are gears, there are spindles with teeth and without teeth. Some of them look like coils, just like the coils we use for electricity in modern times.  And not just one or two, there are many of them displayed. Some of them do not even look beautiful, which is the main purpose of any ornament. Rather they look like parts of a technical gadget. Is it possible that ancient Colombians were using advanced technology?

So is it possible that these are models of ancient airplanes? Did aircraft and spacecraft exist during ancient times? Or is this all a mere coincidence?

Praveen Mohan