Mystery – Shiva Temples in a line

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Mystery – Shiva Temples in a line

Many ancient Lord Siva temples from Kedarnath till Rameswaram with Kaleshwaram, Sri Kalahasti, Ekambareswar at Kancheepuram, Thillai Nataraja Temple at Chidambaram are aligned in a geographic straight line around 79° E 41’54” Longitude.

How did they build these temples on the same Latitude?

On Same Latitude, Various lord shiva temples are on the straight line from Kedarnath to Rameshwaram. The one of the biggest and hidden secret of Ancient Temples in India is shiva temples in same latitude. At the ancient time there is no instruments to measure the latitude and longitude, there were no satellites, no mapping technology. Still it is a mystery, how did they build these temples on the same Latitude on those days.

Lord Shiva Temples in Same Line

In Hinduism, Lord Siva is consider as the Supreme Being God. Shiva is known as the third element in the Hindu Trinity which is also called as Trimurti/ Trimurthulu. The other two elements of Hindu Trinity are Brahma-the one who is creator, Vishnu-The one who is Protector. Lord Shiva controls the 5 elements of the nature which are called as Pancha Bhoota such as Water, Earth, Fire, Air and Space. The meaning of ‘Pancha’ is Five, ‘Bhoota’ means elements and ‘Stala’ means place. Scroll down for more details regarding chidambaram temple longitude, and rameshwaram temple longitude.

Significance of 79 Degree longitude

Siva has five temples built, representing the manifestation of Linga in 5 elements of nature named as the Pancha Bhoota – Earth, Water, Fire, Air, and Space.
The temple for water is in Thiruvanaikaval, fire is in Thiruvannamalai, air is in Kalahasti, earth is in Kanchipuram and The Temple for space/sky is in Chidambaram.
Geographic Speciality: The five temples were built according to the yogic sciences, and are placed in a certain geographic alignment with each other so that the entire region reverberated with the possibility they offered.

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All above temples exist for thousands of years when no satellite technology was available to measure latitude and longitude of those places.
Thiruvanaikkaval is located at around 3 degrees to the south and exactly 1 degree to the west of the northern tip of this divine axis, while Thiruvannamalai is around midway (1.5 degree to the south and 0.5 degree to the west).

Infact, Kedarnath temple in himalayas is also almost on same longitude as of these temples.
Kaleshwaram temple (where Lord Siva and Yama are placed on same platform), and Ramanathaswamy temple at Rameswaram are also almost on same line.

How people have constructed temples seperated by thousands of miles (2383 km between Kedarnath and Rameswaram) on almost same longitude, remains a msytery.

Flickering lamps in the SriKalahasti temple shows the play of wind (respiration of Vayu Linga), Water spring in the innermost sanctum of the Tiruvanaikka temple shows the temple’s relationship to the element water, Annual Kartikai Deepam (giant lamp is lighted atop the Annamalai hill) shows the Annamalaiyaar’s manifestation as fire, Swayambhu lingam of sand at Kanchipuram signifies the Siva’s association with the earth while the formless space (Akasa) at Chidambaram shows the association of lord with formlessness or nothingness.

 

 

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Lord Siva Temples in India on almost same Longitude

S.No Place Temple Longitute & Lattitude
1 Kedarnath Kedarnath Temple 30.7352° N, 79.0669
2 Kaleshwaram Kaleshwara Mukteeshwara swamy Temple 18.8110, 79.9067
3 Srikalahati Srikalahasti Temple 13.749802, 79.698410
4 Kanchipuram  Ekambareswarar Temple 12.847604, 79.699798
5 Thiruvanaikaval Jambukeswara Temple 10.853383, 78.705455
6 Tiruvannamalai  Annamalaiyar Temple 12.231942, 79.067694
7 Chidambaram Nataraja Temple 11.399596, 79.693559
8 Rameswaram Ramanathaswamy Temple 9.2881, 79.3174

There must be many more temples between Kedarnath and Kaleshwaram, which might fall on same straight line.

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The mystery of SEVEN Ancient shiva temples in INDIA.
Many ancient Lord Siva temples from Kedarnath till Rameswaram are aligned in a geographic straight line around 79° E 41’54” Longitude.

All the Hindu temples are architect according to Hindu Agama Shastras. The basic tenet of the Hinduism is SAGUNA UPASANA is worship. Scientifically Shiva temples activate your agnya chakra which is also called the pineal glands in your center of the brain. The whole Santana Dharma is the creation of Lord Shiva.

  • Kedarnath Uttarakhand
  • Kaleshwaram Telangana
  • Srikalahasti Andhra Pradesh
  • Kanchipuram Tamil Nadu
  • Tiruvannamalai Tamil Nadu
  • Chidambaram Tamil Nadu
  • Rameswaram Tamil Nadu

Kedarnath Mandir: It is the Hindu Temple which was dedicated to Lord Shiva. This temple is only open between in the month end of the April. Here Lord Shiva is worshiped as Kedarnath. The historical name of the Kedarnath Swamy is the Lord of KEDAR KHAND. This temple was an architect by the PANDAVAS and it was revived by the ADI SANKARACHARYA. The temple is one of the 12th Jyotirlingas which is the holiest Hindu shrines of India.

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Kaleshwaram Telangana: This is the shrine of Lord Shiva which is situated in the Telangana state of Bhoopalpally district in India. This is also called as Dakshina Kasi. Worshipers believe that this is the second kasi in India. Kaleswaram temple is the place where after the funeral. This temple contains the two Shiva lingas which are founded on Solo Pedestal. Those lingas are called as Lord Shiva and Lord YAMA. Here Lord Shiva is called as Kaleshwara Mukteswara Swamy.

Shiva Temple

Srikalahasti Andhra Pradesh: Srikalahasthi Temple is the shrine of Lord Shiva. This is the temple where the Tirupati Revenue Division is the headquarters of the Srikalahasti Mandal. This temple is situated on the bank of River Swarnamukhi. This is one of the ancient SHIVA temples in south India. Srikalahasthi temple is situated in the 38 km north of Tirupati in India.

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Kanchipuram Tamil Nadu: The other name of the Kanchipuram is also called as KANCHI. Kanchipuram is a Town which is placed in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Kanchi is located in The Capital of Tamilnadu. Kanchi is the seven shrine in India. Kanchi is the city where it is very popular for silk Sarees.

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Tiruvannamalai Tamil Nadu: Tiruvannamalai is very famed for the Annamalaiyar Temple. It is one of the biggest temples in India. Tiruvannamalai temple is also called as Pancha bhoota stalas which resemble for land, water, air, sky and fire. In annamalaiyar temple, Lord Shiva is created as Fire. This is one of the essential shrines in the Tiruvannamalai Tamil Nadu.

Shiva Temple

Chidambaram Tamil Nadu: Chidambaram is located in Cuddalore district in Tamil Nadu state in India. This is place is famed for Thillai Nataraja Temple. The shrine is called as Chidambaram Tillai Nataraja-koothan Kovil. This shrine is one of the important temples in India. Chidambaram Lord Shiva shrine is the Thillai Nataraja Temple which is very essential in the Tamil Nadu state.

Shiva Temple

Rameswaram Tamil Nadu: Ramanthaswamy temple is the essential shrine in rameswaramm. This is the Hindu Temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. This temple is situated in the Rameswaram Island in TamilNadu state. Rameswaram Ramanthaswamy temple is one of the important temples which considers in twelve Jyotirlingas. the deity of the Lingam of the Shiva which is worshiped by the RAMA (The avatar of God Vishnu) where the war was held at SRILANKA.

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12 Jyothirlinga, Twelve Jyotirling, Jyotirlingamas list

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  • July 24, 2016 at 9:07 am
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    Excellant.Mind boggling.Kudos to your service.Please continue.

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