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Monday, February 20, 2012

Mahalakshmi Temple: Proof of advanced Ancient knowledge?

India is filled with amazing places, however these places have become such a ordinary part of our
life we tend to ignore the bizarre things that they hold. One such place is Mahalaxmi Temple of Kolhapur,its very near from my native place and always a place of Peace and Tranquility.

Amazing Legend:
This temple of Goddess Mahalakshmi is centrally located in kolhapur and as per our historian's
it was constructed in Chalukya period (550 A. D. to 660 A. D.). This conclusion comes from
looking at the sculpture or the style in which temple or its idol has been constructed.
But if you ask any local's they will tell you an Amazing legend beyond this temple this what it
has to say.

The legend states that this temple was built by two demons and it is said that they built this in
one night. Also the core part the temple is made out of one single stone. These name of these demons is
Jay-Vijay and to justify this, images of Jay and Vijay has been carved on the archway as  the doorkeepers. This is truly amazing story as if its true it indicates of the great powers that Jay-Vijay must have possessed to carve this temple in one night out of one single stone.

The reference of Jay-Vijay come in Hindu mythology as gatekeepers at the heavenly abode of Lord Vishnu.
Wanting to spend some undisturbed moments with his wife Lakshmi, Vishnu once instructed Jay and Vijay not to allow any visitors. It so happened that the four Sanakas dropped in to meet Vishnu. They were the sons of Brahma created from his mental powers. Though they were eternally young, they were very learned and highly respected. When Jay and Vijay refused to let them in, they promptly let loose a curse on the gatekeepers. Jay and Vijay would have to take birth twelve times on earth as mortals. Jay and Vijay protested stating that they were only following their master's instructions and a commotion ensued. Vishnu was forced to leave an enraged Lakshmi and come to the gate. He reprimanded the gatekeepers for letting the situation get out of hand but also ignored the visitors indicating his displeasure at their hasty action. Realizing that Jay and Vijay were not at fault he offered them a partial reprieve. They would have to take birth only three times instead of twelve but there was a string attached. In these births they would be evil demons. Vishnu himself would appear on earth and kill them. Jay and Vijay accepted their master's proposal.

One more amazing fact about this Temple is the Kirnotsav where in the sunrays directly fall onto
the idol that is centrally located into the temple on certain days of the year. It really puzzling
how this happens and what kind of construction methodology and calculations has been done to achieves
this phenomenon.

Kirnotsav (festival of Sun rays) is celebrated when the sun rays fall directly on the deity's idol at the time of sunset on the following days :

31st January & 9th November : Sun rays fall directly on the feet of the deity.
1st February & 10th November : Sun rays fall directly on the chest of the deity.
2nd February & 11th November : Sun rays fall directly on the entire body of the deity.

This indicates the great knowledge about heavenly bodies these ancient people who constructed this
temple had. It also indicates a connection to the global civilizations where in similar type of Amazing light Phenomenons are observed around the world in Ancient structures of Mayans and temples in Angkor, etc. Its out Historians that simply ignore this amazing facts and put it in very mundane way, simply to reduce their efforts to go into the details.

The Idol of Shri Mahalakshmi: The idol of the Goddess Mahalakshmi is of great significance. It weighs 40 kg and is made up of precious stones that are said to be over 5000 years old! The goddess is represented with four arms each holding a matulinga (a citrus fruit), a large mace (kaumodaki) with its head touching the ground, a shield (khetaka) and a bowl (panpatra). A cobra hood crowns the Goddess' head while a stone lion, said to be the vehicle of the goddess, stands behind the statue. An interesting feature of the Mahalakshmi idol is that unlike most of the other images which face north or east, this idol faces west.

This temple according to me is amazing and one more supporting fact for Ancient Astronaut/Aliens theory.

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  2. Every thing in vedha's ,,even about planets,life, ..

    thanks for your article,,nice

  3. Hi..It's great to learn Kolhapur City. I may be visiting this city soon and have heard Mahalaxmi temple Kolhapur is a prime tourist attraction in the city and is among the top 18 Maha Shakti Peethas listed in various Hindu scriptures.