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ᴀɴᴄɪᴇɴᴛ “ʟᴀsᴇʀ ᴄᴜᴛ” ᴄᴀᴠᴇs ғᴏᴜɴᴅ ɪɴ ɪɴᴅɪᴀ?

Ancient History

We recently covered the vast and largely unexplained A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ temple known as Chi lash, which quietly sits within India, a temple cut out from solid rock with such precision as vision and accuracy. It is a feat we would struggle to recreate even to this day, demonstrating an A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ high technology.

That has undoubtedly been lost over the millennia. Could this temple be evidence left by far older group of people, a remnant left by far more advanced c̳i̳v̳i̳l̳i̳z̳a̳t̳i̳o̳n̳ than academia will allow us to publicly discuss within many modern fields of study?

Within the bar-abba and Nagarjuna hills of the Jihan Abad district of India sits another series of rock-cut features six crudely cut caves carved into large stones which lit up the surrounding hillsides. They could be seen as crude and possibly more modern attempts to recreate what can be found.

On the top of the hill known as the low-mass rishi cave cut into an enormous rock, it is the only one out of the many within the area which demonstrates a level of refinement which boggles the mind the only cave in the area that has a light leak at the entrance but also an interior which has seemingly been protected from the elements perfectly preserved in its original state demonstrating a state of rock cutting.

Which has left the rock polished to a mirror-smooth finish, evidence reinforcing the postulation that this cave and Kailash temple are remnants left by far older and once far more advanced culture than officially accepted the hut style facade of the entrance.

The cave is formally taken as the earliest example of the ogee-shaped chacha arch or Chandrakala, an essential feature of Indian rock-cut architecture and sculptural decoration for centuries during its post-cataclysmic development.

The example here is broadly accepted the specific influence for later
models of which there are many at later Buddhist sites such as Ajanta caves and Karla caves in Maharashtra how or who cut the low-mass rishi cave how did they achieve such an.

Fantastic finish to the stonework but these same people responsible for the construction of the Kailash temple also another structure exquisitely cut out of a giant solid stone.

Although current academically accepted views state that they were created during the reign of the Mauryan emperor Ashoka a Buddhist ruler from the 3rd century BC who ruled over almost the entire country of India, caves are known as Sat Garvie was carved into the hills for the use of the monk’s low-mass rishi cave being said to have been one of them yet due to its exquisite quality it’s hard to see just how they can claim this.

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