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The Magnificent Floating Pillar of Lepakshi

Floating Pillar of Lepakshi

ANDHRA PRADESH, JAN 30, (UITV): The beautiful 16th-century Veerabhadra temple, also referred to as Lepakshi temple, is found within the small historical village of Lepakshi within the Anantapur District of Andhra Pradesh , India, about 15 km east of Hindupur and approximately 120 km north of Bangalore. Built-in the standard sort of Vijayanagara architecture, the temple features many exquisite sculptures of god, goddesses, dancers and musicians, and many paintings everywhere the walls, columns, and ceiling depicting stories from the epics of the Mahabharata, the Ramayana, and therefore the Puranas. This includes a 24 feet by 14 feet fresco of Veerabhadra, the fiery god created by Shiva, on the ceiling, which is that the largest fresco of any single figure in India. At the front of the temple may be a large Nandi (bull), the mount of Shiva, which is carved from one block of stone, and is claimed to be one among the most important of its type within the world.

Hanging Pillar of Lepakshi is attached to the ceiling but to not the ground .

You can put a bit of fabric underneath and slide it to a different side with none Obstruction, proving that the hanging pillar is disconnected from the ground . it's famous as Akaasa Sthamba (floating pillar).

The 70 ft. pillar allegedly has been dislodged by a British engineer within the pre-independence era who unsuccessfully tried to get rid of it to open the key of its support.

It is an ancient pillar that defies gravity and is hanging in mid-air.

There is a special version of this theory, as well; British government decided to try to to some renovations and endeavored to urge obviate the pillars.

However, they couldn’t roll in the hay since it had been set so correctly. They couldn’t remove the pillar, in order that they left it in an odd position.

According to historians, the history of the hanging pillar of Lepakshi dates back to Ramayana. it had been the location where Lord Ram’s follower Jatayu fell after being injured by Ravana while removing Mata Sita. While Puranic lore has that Agastya built Veerbhadra temple.