Evidence of Advanced Machining Technology in Ancient India – Tiger Caves Part 2

Hey guys, in the ancient site of tiger caves, there are several strange marks found on rocks. This site is perfect for studying ancient technology. So, let’s go take a look and see what we can find.

 Here, you can see a strange rock which is  standing at an angle. Let us go take a look at what it is. Is it a natural rock or was some kind of work done on this? The rock is tilted about 30 degrees and is very tall, about 35 feet. Upon closer inspection, you can see some weird shapes and abstract carving like cuts on it. Is it possible that ancient builders were working on it, and this is not a natural formation? Geologists and other experts will absolutely deny this, but they are just humans and are prone to errors. Let us take the God’s point of view, let us examine this rock from the sky. On one side, it looks normal but the truth is revealed when we turn to the other side. What do you think now? We can clearly see a series of perfect cuts on the top of the rock. Now we know, that it is a fact,  that ancient builders were working on this rock.

But what were they doing? What could be the purpose of these cuts on the top of the rock? From the ground, it is nearly impossible to see these marks. Even more interesting, it is impossible to climb this rock, it is perfectly smooth and slippery you have to climb more than 30 feet without holding anything. So, How did ancient builders climb up and make these cuts? And most importantly what possible purpose could these little holes have served?

Tiger caves site is a very strange place, the purpose of many of the structures is UNKNOWN, including the so-called Tiger cave structure itself, nobody knows why these structures were built. But if you examine this site carefully, it appears to be a laboratory, a lab where various rock cutting technologies were tested.

How about this rock? You can clearly see that one giant rock has been split into 4 pieces..or actually 5 pieces. This is not natural. This rock is many feet long and is made of solid granite. This looks like a giant loaf of bread and somebody used a giant knife to cut it into several pieces. But it is actually quite impossible to cut this rock like bread.

Why?  Because granite is a very very hard rock. Most people do not understand how hard it is, and many think they can easily cut it or break it.  It is one of the hardest rocks in the world and we use diamond tipped tools to cut granite.

All the rocks in Tiger Caves are made of Granite. So, how did ancient builders generally cut rocks? Let me explain the mainstream theory.

here you can see a series of rectangular marks on a rock. What is the purpose of this? What were ancient builders doing with this?

Let’s take a look at this rock . The work on this must have been done at least 1300 years ago, if not earlier than that. You can see, in this block of granite, holes have been drilled in, and in ancient times, wooden wedges would have been put inside, and then poured water to split them into 2 pieces. You can see how the wedges have made a clean split on the rock. It is not perfect, but you can see how it is capable of splitting granite into 2 pieces.

I have shown you the first 2 stages, one – where a rock is intact, it is not split, and another rock which is split into 2 pieces after the wedging process gets complete. But how do the split rocks look the job is over? This is the third stage, the rocks will typically show the chisel marks and have very rough edges, because this is where the holes were cut. You can see this wherever this type of rock cutting was done.

But you cannot see this in this bread loaf rock. There are no chisel marks at all, so how did they cut this? Mainstream experts don’t have an answer for this,  but let me show you some other rocks in Tiger caves. Look at this one. This is laser cutting technology. Look at the edges, do you see chisel marks? No! You cannot achieve this kind of smoothness unless you use advanced machining technology. Yet, archeologists confirm, yes this cutting was done at least 1300 years ago. How did they accomplish this? This whole place has several perfectly cut rocks, with very smooth surface.

Mainstream experts have no explanation for this, but there is something even more bizarre in this site, I call it the “Twin Rock System”. In Tiger caves, there are several Twin rocks, 2 rocks very near to each other with a gap of less than 1 feet. It is evident that, once upon a time,  both these pieces were part of the same rock and were then cut using advanced technology. But, there are no tool marks on them, except that they appear blackened because of heat.

Let me show you this split. What do you think about that? Look at the angle between the rocks. It is  a perfect cut with some kind of advanced technology. Look at how the distance between these 2 rocks has been perfectly maintained all the way to the top. This was done using ancient technology.

In the twin rocks system, 2 things baffle me. The first question is: What was the purpose of these twin rocks? I tried to go through the gap and it is too small for human beings to get through them. So what were the ancient builders doing with it? The second question is even more baffling: If it is too small for human beings to go through the gap, how was the material inside removed?  This is not just rock cutting, they have not only cut a large piece of granite in the center, but they have also completely removed the center piece and moved it somewhere else. How was this removal possible from this small gap?

One thing is clear, what we hear from archeologists and historians is not the full picture. Tiger caves was an ancient lab where various rock cutting techniques were practiced. But to understand the full picture, I need to explore more ancient sites like this.

Praveen Mohan

Mysteries of Tiger caves, Mahabalipuram – Advanced Ancient Technology of India!

Hey guys today I’m going to show you a strange place called Tiger caves. This site you’re about to see has many strange features. I think it must have been an ancient lab. What you’re about to see is really mind-boggling because most people have never seen something like this. There’s something very mysterious about these tiger caves this is not a cave there are no caves here and neither do these monuments show Tigers. If you look at these carvings there are no Tigers and historians maintain that these structures were created by Pallava kings but Pallava Kings never carved Tigers because it symbolizes their rival Cholas so what is the origin of this structure?

In normal hindu temples and monuments carvings will appear to have little details when you are far away and as you approach the monuments the carvings will show the more finer details but the structure is the complete opposite of this. When you’re close to the structure you cannot make out what it is. If you see the carvings from this distance you cannot even tell what they are, you cannot even tell if they’re animals.

But the farther you go you will get a clearer picture. Jus try… watch how the camera moves farther and farther and the picture gets clearer and clearer. This is the beauty of tiger caves. The tiger cave was supposed to be built about 1300 years ago but some people believe that it was built much much earlier than that more than 10,000 years ago. This is a strange structure many archaeologists agree that this was not a temple but nobody knows why the structure was built? There are no statues. There are other features which explain what the structure was meant to be but you do see various animals. This animal which is commonly mistaken as a tiger has large fangs but also has horns like a cow and you can see more animals what you see here is an elephant. There are more elephants carved nearby but there’s also a horse that’s carved here. Why did they build a monument like this full of different animals? Nobody knows.

As you can see this is just a rock it’s just a gigantic rock but you know ancient builders were capable of converting these things into amazing monuments. Just take a look at this, this is incredible as you can see this is just one rock but they’ve turned this into a temple. Let’s go take a look at what it has to offer for us.

Now you can see a most spectacularly machined Lingam inside this chamber. This is one of the most complicated structures which were built in the ancient times. Just go inside, take a look how it looks. This Lingam has 16 facets and all the angles are perfectly made imagine taking a block of stone and making them into 16 equal sides with perfect angles. Today you would use C & C machines computerized technology to make a structure like this but how was it done more than a thousand years ago?

The cylindrical structure which has 16 facets is the original Lingam but the groove the base that’s attached to it is a new attachment made in the last fifty years which is why the base looks a little bit different it’s not perfect. But in ancient times all lingams were cylindrical structures in this area. Let me show you an example of this. If you go take a look at this Lingam what you’re looking at is an original Lingam made at least 1300 years ago. Look at how smooth it is but most importantly lingams were just cylindrical structures just like modern-day Rockets you can see some designs are already starting to appear but this Lingam was not finished. So this is how all ancient lingams looked in this area.

Now take a look at this monument, if you look at the entirety it’s amazing because this is just one large boulder and this has been converted into a massive temple. You can see multiple entrances, you can see one main chamber and there are two Guardian doorkeepers on either side of the main chamber two more gods on the other side. Everything even the base is made of one solid rock

the only addition is the stone Lingam inside. How were they able to create this? How were they able to make a temple out of one solid stone. Of course the traditional argument people were using chisels and hammers and then going boom.. boom.. boom for many years to do this but is it possible but there’s some other technology involved let’s go take a look at that rock because it’s very interesting.

As you can see, this is a very weird rock now it has some strange stories attached to it so you can see this rock has some strange holes made all over it. This rock is known as Meḻuku Paarai in this locality, why? because locals claim ancient builders were able to melt this rock like wax. Look at how deep these holes go. Geologists don’t have an explanation for this and will simply claim this is all natural but no this is not look at the rocks around. There’s nothing like this, why because ancient builders were using some kind of a device which was capable of melting these rocks. Is it possible that the large monument you saw next to this rock was built using rock melting technology? That is one strange Rock known as Meḻuku Paarai.

But that’s not the only evidence that ancient melting technology or heat devices were available. Here’s another strange statue. This is called a Nandi, a bull in Hinduism. As soon as you look at it you notice something very strange. This is called Arai Nandi which means half bull in English. This is solid granite but look how this has been cut perfectly into two pieces like somebody just took a knife and cut a chunk of butter.

According to folklore, the master sculptor was challenged if he could cut granite like this and he was able to cut those two halves within one minute. Is it possible that such a technology existed during ancient times? If so, Were they using some kind of devices which were capable of creating enormous amount of  heat? Were they using rock melting technology?

Praveen Mohan

Highlights of Ancient Ramappa Temple, Telangana

Hey guys, today I am going to show you the highlights of this brilliant ancient temple, known as Ramappa temple which is said to be at least 800 years old. This is located in a remote village and strangely, the temple is named after the craftsman who designed the temple, his name was Ramappa, according to folklore.

The first thing that you see is this tall tower. The tower is very special, it is made of floating bricks, yes if you take a brick out of this tower and put it in water, it will float, instead of sinking like regular bricks. This is one of such bricks from the temple. How did they create this kind of technology in ancient times and why? I have already explained this in a previous video. Because of this floating rock technology, it was recently nominated to the UNESCO world heritage site.

When you look at the ceiling, you see these  strange  patterns, these small hemispherical protrusions. There is a reason for this,  in ancient Hindu temples, every little thing was made with a reason. But I am not gonna tell you what it is, please leave your thoughts in the comment section. You can see how the different slabs are perfectly fit together, and the first time you see it, you realize that it is not perfect, you can see some gaps between the slabs. Why is it not perfectly fit? Well, let us  go in and see why these gaps exist.

Once you enter, you realize that this temple has been hit by a powerful earthquake. The floor shows several plinth beams popped out from under the ground. This is why the floor looks like this, believe it or not, the earthquake actually flattened everything nearby but the temple has only undergone minor damage. Now you realize why these gaps were formed in the ceilings of the temple. This is the effect of the earthquake. I will tell you more about the temple, but first let us go into the main chamber and see what’s inside.

Though main sanctum is elaborately designed on the outside, your eyes are naturally drifting to what’s inside. As we go towards the sanctum, there is a beautiful cylindrical lingam which appears to be made of shiny black basalt, polished to a mirror finish, but it could be made of geopolymer. What’s more interesting is the base: there are multiple striations and grooves cut on the base, looks like this whole thing was machined with high tech equipment. Remember, the main chamber is called the Sanctum Sanctorum, nobody is allowed to enter that chamber except the priest, so there is no way to examine this lingam. I am standing in the ante chamber. The lingam has a golden arch set up over it. It is quite dark here, but the main lingam looks illuminated.

Now, let us examine the carvings just outside the sanctum. Normally, the main deity will be protected by 2 male guardians called Dwarapalakas, but here we have 2 females guardians on either side of the entrance. Today, the Indian traffic system is based on the British model, we keep to the left side. But in ancient India, people always used the right side. You enter from the right and look how this female doorkeeper greets you with a Namaste. After you finish absorbing the energy from the lingam, when you go out, the other girl will give you a banana, a standard Hindu custom for anyone who leaves the place. This is the famous image of Krishna playing flute. Look how is touching a tree. Now,  If you tap on this tree, you will get different tones of music, proof of ancient technology.

The pillars of this temple are insanely decorated. The artistic appeal is just incredible. Here you can see some dancers. But notice how some of the dancers are sharing their legs, these 3 dancers should be having a total of 6 legs, but instead they have only 4 legs, and it creates an interesting optical illusion. Ancient Indian Temples have a unique way of blending art and science, to create a magical effect.

The carvings here are actually quite small, but they are all in 3D, not 2D. What this means is that you can see that the legs are carved like actual legs, there is space behind them, you can put your finger behind the legs. Carvings something like this is not easy, if these are carvings at all. I don’t know if they were molded, they look like these were made by melting rocks and casting them, like wax. There is more evidence of this, here you can see a rock, bent like a piece of rubber. This is very clear that it was bent. But rocks don’t bend, they are supposed to break, which makes me wonder, what kind of technology did ancient builders use? How did they accomplish this?

What’s crazier than these pillars? The ceiling blocks which appear to have cymatic designs. This is just mind boggling, because the details are just too much to grasp. I could spend hours explaining the ceiling features alone but I will just show you one block, so you can see what kind of details are implemented.

In the center, this is a protruding panel which is hanging in 3D. On it, you can see a dancing Shiva. There is a rhombus shape around it, where you have 4 main deities along with sub-deities, and there is another square around it, where you have 4 more deities, also with sub-deities. These are called Ashtadik Palakas, the guardians of 8 directions. There are also 4 rectangles outside, each one telling a different story of Shiva. You can see all the other characters from these stories as well. But it does not stop there, there are 4 more rectangles outside this too, which tell  more stories of Shiva. So, in just one panel, there are more than a 100 deities, all of them are still identifiable, after 800 years.  I am too tired even to explain the gods and what they do here , but imagine how hard it must have been to carve them. There is a lot more stuff I could show you inside the temple, but let us go outside, because there are some really crazy things we can see on the outside as well.

Look at these carvings… what we see are crazy scenes from ancient wrestling fights. Look at the various types of locks and positions these carvings are showing. This means that these kind of sports existed at least 800 years ago in India, even though I believe that this temple is much older. Look at this carving, see how the guy on top has completely dominated the guy on the bottom, making him impossible to move. But what’s more interesting? We can even see a referee standing nearby, giving a point, just like what we see in today’s wrestling games.

In the outside wall, there are plenty of carvings which show dancing women, various animals,  Hindu gods, etc but there are two carvings carved side by side, which stand out. The first one is a figure which holds a shield and a sword. The second one is the same figure but it is shown completely unclad with very long arms, his arms are going below his knees. What is the story behind this? He is Bahubali, the popular jain God who renounces war and becomes a monk. His long ears and arms confirm that he is Bahubali, but why is this carved in a Hindu Temple? Because in ancient India, all religions co-existed quite peacefully, this is why we see Hindu, Buddhist and Jain temples , all carved together in places like Ellora caves for example.

Another fascinating thing is the elephants carved on the walls. There are a total of 526 elephants carved, and locals claim that no 2 elephant carvings look alike. But I think, this is an exaggeration, the elephants, just like the female guardians are actually telling us how to go around the temple. If you do not know how to go around the temple, just follow the elephants. Walk where the elephants walk, and stand and pray to Gods, where the elephants pray to Gods. If you understand symbolism, you will understand ancient India.

Praveen Mohan

Secret Weapon of Indian Kings – Bagh Nakh aka Tiger Claws

Hey guys, today we are going to look at a very interesting Indian weapon called Bagh Nakh which means Tiger’s Claws. What you see here is an original antique piece, this Tiger Claws was in use more than 100 years ago. It has 5 claws and 2 rings, so you can basically slide the rings on your fingers and keep the claws within your palm.  Here is a demonstration of how it works, I am holding a cardboard, so it does not cut my body. It almost looks like he is slapping me with his bare hands, but he is in fact making a deep wound on my body. It does

not seem like an effective weapon, but when you look at the card board, you realize that it can cause serious damage. In fact, we can even see the tear marks come out on the other side of the card board. So, it is a deadly weapon, and like I said this is an antique piece with blunted tips, so imagine using a brand new Bagh Nakh, this could be fatal.

Like I told you, the name Bagh nakh means Tiger Claws. Why the name Tiger Claws? Because Tigers have retractable claws, they are capable of pulling in or pulling out their claws at will. If you look at the anatomy of a tiger paw, it is quite interesting, because the claws, which are about 3 to 4 inches long,  are actually invisible most of the time. Look, I mean this looks quite harmless, but the sharp claws only come out when the Tiger wants to attack you.. This is why this weapon is called Tiger Claws because you can wear this weapon in your hand, and no one will know about it, until you attack them.

This weapon would be perfect for a Ninja. A Ninja is typically a covert agent, who engages in surprise attacks and deception. The Bagh Nakh has actually become a modern day weapon of choice for Ninjas. We can find simplified Tiger Claws sold on Amazon.com and other websites for Ninjas. The Tiger Claws use and deception has captured the imagination of the western world, which is why it was featured on TV shows like Forged in Fire.

All this sounds pretty fancy, but can the Tiger Claws really be used as an efficient Stealth weapon?  Yes, and we have historical evidence of how this weapon changed Indian history.  In 1659, about 360 years ago, two great Kings were having a meeitng in order to settle things diplomatically. One was Shivaji and the other was Afzal Khan, but it was well known that Afzal Khan had the practice of calling other kings for diplomatic talks, and would then assassinate them during the meeting. King Shivaji, went to the meeting pretending to be completely unarmed, but had the Tiger Claws in his hand. Afzal Khan was a giant, he was 6 foot 7 inches tall and Shivaji was just 5 and a half feet tall. Afzal Khan embraced Shivaji and used a dagger to stab Shivaji, but to his surprise, he realized that Shivaji wore an armor underneath his clothes, which saved him. Shivaji immediately used the tiger claws and completely disemboweled Afzal Khan. Afzal Khan died due to heavy bleeding because of the Tiger claws. So yes, Tiger claws are very good stealth weapons and can be used effectively to attack and even kill an enemy.

One brilliant thing about Indian weapons is that many of them are designed based on nature, inspired by animals. Remember I showed you a weapon called Madu in a previous video, which is based on horns of black buck.

Tiger claws have several modifications as well. Some of them have knives attached to them, these knives are called Bichuwa, which means the Sting of a scorpion. Yes, they are modeled after the sting in the scorpion’s tail. Some of these Bichuwas are also foldable, so these type of weapons can be carried in complete stealth mode.  Of course, there are other designs of these tiger claws which are not for stealth mode at all. For example, this design is worn over the hands, and cannot be hidden at all.

Although Tiger Claws were used all over India, it was particularly used by Maratha kings, who wore them even during sleep. This weapon was perfect, because it is small, it can be concealed and it can give a fatal blow to the enemy.

When Europeans came to India, their social behavior made it impossible for Indians to use these Tiger Claws. British officers insisted on first having a hand shake with Indian Kings, making it impossible to have tiger claws hidden inside your palm. Before the arrival of Europeans, Indian kings would typically do a Namaste pose to each other, which was ideal for concealing the weapon and then do a surprise attack. But after Europeans came into the picture, Bagh Nakhs slowly started becoming obsolete and now, they are no longer used as weapons in India.

Praveen Mohan

India’s Secret Space Travel Mission – Based on Ancient Vimana Technology?

Hey guys, today I am going to explore India’s recent space travel missions, and how the country’s current space technology is somehow deeply related to its ancient technology. Let us take a look at this video, this is from the Indian Space Research Organization known as ISRO and it shows the latest video of the Mars Orbiter Assembly. And here, look at the shape of this : This is a lingam which acts as a base to the entire assembly. This is the Payload structure, a very important part and why is it designed like a lingam? Compare this with the lingam we see in Indian temples, this is the main structure worshipped in most Hindu temples. It is considered a representation of Shiva, but nobody knows why this shape has been worshipped for thousands of years in India.

So, what does a lingam actually represent?  Think about this, we are planning to put a man on Mars in 2025, just 6 years from now. ISRO will be putting an astronaut inside a structure like this Lingam, and send it over to Mars. And then, an astronaut would come out of a lingam on the surface of Mars, right? Here is the shocking part: such carvings are already portrayed in ancient Hindu temples. Look how this astronaut is clearly coming out of a lingam. Look at how he is wearing an elongated helmet, this is a repeating motif and it is definitely not for beauty, this is a protective helmet, and of course you can see several wires around his body, and his tools and weapons are quite advanced. Who is this astronaut? It is Lord Shiva.  In Hinduism, this motif is called Lingodhbhava, ancient texts confirm that yes Shiva indeed came to earth from a planet called Shivalokha, and he comes out of a Lingam, a pod, a space pod very similar to what India has built now.

Is this a coincidence? Or is India recreating ancient technology based on ancient Indian texts? India has thousands of texts locked away, and the information we find in these texts is just insane. Look at this passage written 1000 years ago  “Inside the circular air frame, place the mercury-engine with its solar mercury boiler at the aircraft center. By means of the power latent in the heated mercury which sets the driving whirlwind in motion, a man sitting inside may travel a great distance in the most marvelous manner.” This is an exact translation from an ancient text called ‘Samarangana Sutradhara’. Undoubtedly, it is talking about a mercury vortex engine. Even more interesting, NASA is using mercury vortex engines, and now ISRO is also said to be developing mercury vortex engines.

Is it possible, that the Indian Government is actually trying to re-create ancient technology mentioned in Hindu texts? In recent years, India is undergoing rapid development in space research. In other countries, science is considered an antithesis of religion, but in India, religion shows up all the time in science. This is Nasa’s Apollo, the rocket taking off from the earth to reach the Moon. Nothing strange, right? But here is India’s latest launch of chandrayaan-2, to reach the moon. Is this a coincidence or is the entire launch modeled after Shiva’s Cosmic Dance? If you look at the similarity, this is just weird, is it a coincidence that this is designed like that? The same figure of Shiva’s Cosmic Dance is also placed on the site where the “God Particle” was produced. This is in Switzerland, where there is a Large Hadron Collider, and the God Particle is considered a breakthrough in science, where an elementary particle is produced by Quantum excitation. Shortly after the God Particle was made, The idol of Shiva’s Cosmic Dance was placed there. Nobody knows why. What is an Indian God doing in Switzerland?  How is this even related to the God Particle?

Perhaps we could come to a conclusion if we see what is going on inside the Large Hadron Collider, this is from  the particle accelerator. Look at this picture which shows how the God Particle is produced because of collisions between protons. This is very similar to the Cosmic Dance of Shiva.

Of course, the Large Hadron Collider itself may have been designed from ancient technology. In the temple of Ranakpur, there is something mind-boggling. On the ceiling, there is an identical carving of this collider, done many centuries ago, even though the Collider itself was only created very recently. Look at the similarity, this is just insane. Was the Large Hadron Collider, designed based on ancient knowledge?

Are Governments secretly decoding ancient Indian texts? In 1938, Hitler sent an expedition to examine ancient texts of India and Tibet. It is clearly established that the team copied many ancient manuscripts, and took this information back to Germany. During this time, Germany saw an extraordinary growth in technology, especially flight technology, like the making of the Nazi Bell. This device was a very advanced, it had UFO like flying technology.  Many have openly claimed that this device was a result of Hitler’s recreation of ancient technology of the Vimanas. The Vimanas are flying aircraft and spacecraft and their designs and capabilities are mentioned multiple times in Vedic texts.

But the question is, after the defeat of Germany in World War II, did this practice stop?  Or, are governments continuously trying to re-create lost technology mentioned in ancient texts?  Is India’s space mission somehow related to Space and Vimana Technology mentioned in these texts? Or is this all a mere coincidence?

Praveen Mohan

URUMI – A Bizarre Ancient Weapon from India

Hey guys, today we are going to look at an ancient Indian weapon known as ‘Urumi’. This is how it looks, now, is it a sword? Or is it a whip? It is a combination of both, it is a flexible metal weapon with several blades. Urumi is quite popular in the Indian state of Kerala, where many people still practice and even carry it in their belt for self-defense. Yes, it can be neatly curled up and tied around your body, just like a belt.

Unlike most other weapons like knives or shields, the Urumi cannot be used effectively by a beginner. This is why it is known as a very bizarre and complicated weapon. It is not only dangerous for the enemy, it is equally dangerous for the user as well, because if you make one mistake while using it, you can get seriously hurt. So, this is not a user-friendly weapon. It takes many years of practice before you can master this weapon and use it effectively.

Here you are looking at an antique Urumi, at least a hundred years old. My friend Jayesh collects antique weapons and has been documenting these things for many years.While weapons like swords will make deep cuts in the skin and can cause instant death, the Urumi is different. It will make your skin and some flesh peel out with every blow, but a single blow is usually not lethal. In this antique piece, the blades have become blunt, so you can see that it is not cutting this banana stem, but imagine a brand new Urumi attacking a person, it can cause some serious damage.

In English we can call it as a flexible sword or even a metal whip and it usually has a simple wooden handle. Historians believe that the Urumi was invented around 300 BC, about 2300 years ago in India.  Remember, I have showed you some very interesting weapons like the man-catcher on my channel, but Urumi is a very effective defense weapon, especially if you are fighting against multiple enemies.. If you are surrounded my many opponents, Urumi can be used to create a defensive sphere around you, and no one will be able to even come close to you. This can be very useful and is considered as a part of ancient martial arts used for self-defense.

In the ancient Indian martial arts system known as KalariPayattu, this weapon is considered very important.  In this martial arts system, the Urumi is the last weapon to be taught, because it is so difficult to master this weapon.  A well-trained fighter is capable of handling 2 Urumis at the same time. Imagine fighting against a person wielding 2 Urumis at the same time, it can be twice as deadly. The only way you can fight him, is by using 2 Urumis yourself. Watching 2 guys use 4 Urumis is a very interesting sight.

In the state of Punjab, the Urumi is used with some variations. Here you can see how the Urumi is used with ease, it has almost become a demonstration weapon. Some Urumis only have one blade and sometimes there are up to 32 blades in a single weapon.

Praveen Mohan