Countless of ancient sites around the world point to the fact that ancient civilizations, that lived on our planet thousands of years ago, were extremely advanced and sophisticated. Many archeologist, even today in the 21st century, still admit that the construction of these megasites cannot be replicated with ease.
The mystifying Kailasa Temple at the Ellora Caves is a great exemple of this archeological enigma. Located in the Maharashtra state in India, the Kailasa Temple has fascinated researchers and tourists for centuries! The temple and the Ellora caves are are testimony to the fact that thousands of years ago ancient cultures were far more advanced than what mainstream scholars and archeologist are crediting them.
Until this day, archeologist are still trying to understand how this megalith carved out of one single rock was built and cut without the use of ‘modern’ technology thousands of years ago. Some scholars still insist to theorize that one of the most remarkable caves and temples in India were built with the simple use of hammers, chisels and picks. Nevertheless, not all agree to this theory. M.K. Dhavalikar, a renown Indian historian and archaeologist, proposes the shrines and the Kailasa temple were not excavated at the same time but are the product of a construction process that belongs to a number of different time periods …
Makes one wonder WHICH ONE of the ancient civilization started the construction of this magnificent UNESCO World Heritage site… Take a closer look at these intriguing images of the Ellora caves and judge for yourself if ancient cultures had more than ordinary hammers, chisels, and picks thousands of years ago to built this monumental caves!