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Ancient Temple Shows Cell Phone & Wrist Watch? Built...

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Hey guys, today we are going to see an ancient Hindu temple, which is truly unforgettable. Even if you try to forget it, it will be impossible for you to erase the visuals I am going to show you. The temple you are about to see is very ancient, it was built around 250 A.D which means the temple is 1750 years old, but the details in this temple are mind-boggling and will make you question if the temple was built by supernatural means.
This temple is located in a small village called Singrikudi and at first sight it looks like almost like a modern day temple with beautiful and colorfully painted statues. What is so special about these carvings and statues?
Look at this statue, it has a shirt, with a collar, And look there are even buttons and you can even see the pockets on both sides. He is posing as though he is holding up the weight of the temple. Now, Hinduism is all about symmetry, so my eyes are naturally going on the other side of the tower and look, again, the statue on the other side is also shown with a dress shirt with collar, pockets and buttons. This is shocking, because all historians agree that buttoned shirts came to India only in the last few centuries, but this temple is at least 1750 years old. Yes, the painting on it is fresh, because they do repaint the temple time and time again, and some even claim that these shirts were done by a quirky painter in recent times. However, many locals claim that these shirts were originally carved on these ancient statues, and the painters merely paint various colors on them.
Now, remember I spoke about symmetry. Let us go to the other side of the tower and see what kind of statues exist there. This side is also beautifully carved with so many stories from Hinduism, and again we see more figures with dress shirts with buttons, collars and pockets. The faces are a little bit different from the faces on the front side of the tower, but now we have a total of 4 statues wearing dress shirts. Right? We are not done yet! Because temple towers actually have 4 sides, so I decided to see what is on the sides as well. Most people do not see the sides of the towers at all, and i was able to see more statues with shirts. If we go around the tower, flying like birds, then we can see 4 more statues on the sides of the towers as well. This is remarkable, because we have a total of 8 figures wearing dress shirts in this tower.
We know as a matter of fact that buttoned shirts with collars did not exist 1750 years ago. I don't mean that just within India, the whole world did not use shirts like this until the last 2 centuries. So, how could ancient builders carve such accurate statues with dress shirts?
But we are not done yet, there are more interesting details . When I zoomed in with my camera and took close ups on the sides, there are more details which are stunning. Look at this figure, he has a round pocket watch which goes from his button to into his pocket. This is typically how we used watches before the wrist watch became fashionable. But there is something even more shocking, On his lower pocket, there is a large rectangular object peeping out. It looks remarkably similar to a modern day Smartphone. Is that a cell phone we are looking at?

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