Temple of Ancient Kailas EXPOSED: 60 images of the ruins from the temple, taken out of the MOUNTAIN

The temple itself was built from one rock, 164 feet deep, 109 feet wide and 98 feet high, which makes it ONE of the largest monolithic structures on the planet carved from one rock.

Numerous ancient monuments all over the world show that thousands of years ago ancient cultures stretching from America to Asia had incredible knowledge in a number of areas.

Like many ancient civilizations, stunning astronomical knowledge thousands of years ago, they have perfected their cultures in many areas. One of them is engineering and architecture.

Kailas Temple in Ellora caves in Maharashtra India has fascinated researchers and tourists for centuries. This complex temple suggests, according to many authors, that thousands of years ago, ancient cultures were much more advanced than those addressed by the main scientists.

Thousands of years ago, ancient builders were able to extract supermassive blocks of stones from them weighing more than 50 tons and transport them to various construction sites, accurately form incredibly hard rocks such as andesite, and put massive blocks in place, as if the whole process was a giant puzzle.

The evidence of their advanced skills is the Kailasa Temple, which symbolizes the Kailash Mount, the home of Lord Shiva, one of the most important ancient Hindu deities.

According to experts, the temple of Kailas is the sixteenth of the 34 caves that were literally carved from the surrounding stone.

Well-known scientists tell us that ancient caves were built somewhere in the fifth and tenth centuries of our era, but many others disagree with the fact that caves are much older.

H.P. Blavatsky and M.K. Dhavalikar are just some of the authors who agree that we are looking at serious ancient things. M.K. Dhavalakar, a well-known Indian historian and archaeologist, author of Ellora’s book, suggests that the sanctuaries and Kailas temple were not unearthed at the same time, but are the result of a construction process that relates to different periods.

But in fact it is not so important how exactly these ancient structures.

What distinguishes experts from their incredible accuracy and design.

It seems very believable that the one who built these fascinating caves thousands of years ago probably had more than the usual hammers, chisels and picks.

The temple of Kailas in Ellora, Maharashtra, India is Megalith, carved from a single rock. It is considered one of the most remarkable cave temples in India, mainly because of its huge size, architecture and sculptural realizations. In other words, it is one of the many places on Earth that proves how ancient congeners embrace global evolution in various areas, with the knowledge that allows them to create framework designs that persist for thousands of years after their creation.

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