Ancient Indian Temple Carved Out Of Mountain: Aliens or Gods
People have been building temples for a long long time and I love that kind big time. But there are certain techniques used to do so that are tried and true that have been used to built the Pyramids of Giza, and the Megalithic's in Asia, South Asia and basically all over the world. The amazing thing about this is that they always use stones to create structures by carving and knapping them into shape.
But there is a temple in India that was basically carved out of a mountain, in a time where humans weren't even doing such things. The Kailashnath Temple was dedicated to Hindu Lord Shiva. And features many amazing things like bridges, pathways and hidden chambers scattered throughout the place. What's interesting is that it is claimed that this was build in a matter of 18 years, and that it only took a crew of 300 to do so. Modern scientists and architects are still baffled at how this was achieved.
They know math, and they did it. They realized that in order for them to do this in 18 years that would mean 12-hour shifts with no sleep or breaks, And removing a total of 420,000,000 tons of rock. If you work it out, it means they had to remove a total of 5-6 tons of rock an hour. We can't even do that today with our modern machinery and equipment, how did they do that before the wheel with only hammers, chisels and picks.
That time doesn't even account for the many hours it would have taken to carve all the amazing and intricate animals, gods and features. It just makes you wonder how the hell something like this is even possible in today's world, let alone in a time when we didn't have rulers or levels... Enjoy the pictures!