There are many stories and arguments all over the world regarding the construction of the Kailash temple. Some say that this temple was made godlike. Some say that this temple has been made an agency, then some say that this temple has appeared here on its own, after all, that is special in this temple which has surprised the whole world.
There is a temple located in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra which is known as Kailash Temple. The secrets of the Kailash temple are a challenge for today’s science and this is a wonderful proof of our glorious history and civilization.
The Kailash temple of Ellora is as amazing as it looks. The art of making this temple was equally mysterious. Much more than that, the caves built below this temple are connected. You will find a mention of these caves many times in history.
But these caves have been officially closed and this raises the question that what is the secret buried in the caves of Kailash temple which the government is also hiding from the people.
Mystery of Kailash Temple
Actually, it is believed that the Kailash temple of Ellora was built in the 8th century, but many experts consider this temple to be several thousand years older than that. There is no information available like the name of the technology maker for the purpose of making this temple.
This temple has been built like the shape of Mount Kailash, which is considered to be the abode of Lord Shiva. This temple, 276 feet long and 154 feet wide, has been carved out of a single rock.
The inscriptions “engraved” on the walls of this temple have become very old and the language written in it could not be read. When building a temple or building, pieces of stone are built one on top of the other.
But a very unique method was adopted in building the Kailash temple. This temple is built by cutting a mountain sheet from top to bottom, just as a sculptor carves a stone idol, similarly, this temple was built from top to bottom by carving a mountain.
The secret of Kailash Temple Construction
According to mythology, the Kailash temple at Ellora was built by King Krishna I of the Rashtrakuta dynasty from 756 to 773 AD. The idea of building this temple first came to the wife of King Krishna I.
Actually, King “Krishna I” had a serious illness, so his wife asked Lord Shiva that if her husband’s illness was cured, then she would build a temple by carving a rock here and she would keep a fast until she saw the summit of this temple.
After that King Krishna I was cured and when he started building the temple, he was told that it would take years to build such a temple. Your wife will not be able to keep such a long fast. Then he prayed to Lord Shiva that Lord Shiva should also cooperate with him in this work.
It is said that Lord Shiva gave him a weapon, which is called “Bhumiastra”, with the help of the same weapon, the temple was built on this rock from top to bottom and then the peak of this temple was visible in a few days. The work which would have been completed by the laborers in 150 years, the same work was done by Bhumi Astra in no time.
It is said that this weapon was used to make the soil steam and that is why the construction of this temple was completed in a very short time.
After that King “Krishna I” buried this weapon in the caves below the temple. In the year 1876, the Historical Specialist of England “Emma Hendricks” told in her book that this temple is not that big. It is not visible from the outside, but any huge construction has been done under these caves.
Along with this, scientists doing research on the Kailash temple said that there is high radioactive under this temple, due to which not much time can be spent below. If this is really so, then it may be that even today the ancient weapon is present in it, with the help of which this temple was built.
Unsolved Mysteries of Kailash Temple
Today’s scientists and researchers estimate that during the construction of the temple, about four lakh tonnes of stone must have been cut and removed. Accordingly, if 7000 laborers worked for 150 years, then only this temple would have been completed. But it is said that it was completed in a very short time in the Kailash temple, in just 17 years.
When the East India Company occupied India, they had taken over such ancient places and only English researchers were allowed here. All these things prove that even today many secrets are buried in the caves of Kailash temple, which were hidden from all of us.
Many philosophers and experts of India believe that the British not only looted the wealth of India but also stole many highly developed things of India, the caves of the Kailash temple were closed before India’s independence and even today it is completely closed.
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How to reach Kailash Temple?
Kailash Temple is located 30 km away from Aurangabad city.
Aurangabad can be reached by train from cities like Hyderabad, Delhi, Nashik, Pune, and Nanded. The distance between Kailash Mandir and Aurangabad Railway Station is approximately 28 km.
Bus service is available to reach Aurangabad from almost every major city of the state via Maharashtra Public Transport Service buses. The distance of the temple from Pune is about 250 km. And Kailash Temple is located at a distance of about 330 km from Mumbai. Also, the nearest airport to the temple is Aurangabad, which is well connected to cities like Bangalore, Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Tirupati, Ahmedabad, and Thiruvananthapuram.
FAQ on Kailash Temple:
1. Whose idol is in the Kailash temple?
There is an idol of Shiva in the Kailash temple. The Kailash temple has been given the form of Kailash of the Himalayas. This temple is famous all over the world for being the largest statue made of a single stone.
2. When and who built the Kailash Nath temple at Ellora?
According to mythology, the Kailash temple at Ellora was built by King Krishna I of the Rashtrakuta dynasty during 756 to 773 AD.
3. How many caves are there in Ellora?
There are 34 caves in Ellora. Jain, Hindu, and Buddhist cave temples have been built in it. These were built in the 5th and 10th centuries. There are 5 Jain caves (30-34), 17 Hindu caves (13-29), 12 Buddhist caves (1-12).
4. In which state is the Kailash temple located?
Kailash Temple in Ellora Caves, 30 km from Aurangabad City, Maharashtra
5. In what style is the Kailash temple of Ellora built?
The Kailash Temple at Ellora is built in the “Dravidian” style