Guess what is common between all the prominent temples

There are some mysteries that are difficult to be solved. The lack of answers only makes these enigmas more intriguing. Here, we look at some prominent temples and find out what is common between them.

  1. Kedarnath
  2. Kalahashti
  3. Ekambaranatha- Kanchi
  4. Thiruvanamalai
  5. Thiruvanaikaval
  6. Chidambaram Nataraja
  7. Rameshwaram
  8. Kaleshwaram N-India

Make a guess as to what is common between all these prominent temples.

If your answer is they all are Shiva temples, you are only partially correct.

It is actually the longitude in which these temples are located.

They all are located in 79° longitudes. What is surprising and awesome is that how the architects of these temples many hundreds of kilometres apart came up with these precise
locations without GPS or any such gizmo like that.

  1. Kedarnath 79.0669°
  2. Kalahashti 79.7037°
  3. Ekambaranatha- Kanchi 79.7036°
  4. Thiruvanamalai 79.0747°
  5. Thiruvanaikaval 78.7108
  6. Chidambaram Nataraja 79.6954°
  7. Rameshwaram 79.3129°
  8. Kaleshwaram N-India 79.9067°

See the pictures — all are in a straight line.

You will be surprised to know that there are Shiva temples in India which are built in a straight line from Kedarnath to Rameswaram. Wonder what science and technology we had with our ancestors, which we could not understand till today? The Kedarnath of Uttarakhand, the Kaleshwaram of Telangana, Kalahasti of Andhra Pradesh, Akhaseshwar of Tamil Nadu, Chidambaram and finally the Rameswaram temples have been built in the geographical straight line of or nearer to that of 79° E 41 ‘54 “Longitude.

All these temples represent the expression of gender in the 5 elements of nature, which we call the punch Tatwa (Five Elements) in common language. “Punch tatwa” that is Earth, water, fire, air and space. These has released these five Shiva LINGAS on the basis of five elements.

  1. Water is represented at Thiruvnanakwal Temple,
  2. The representation of the fire is in Thiruvannamalai,
  3. The air is represented in Kalahasti,
  4. The earth is represented in Kanchipuram and in the cold
  5. The space or the sky is represented at Chidambaram Temple! These five temples represent the wonderful mating of Vastu-Vigyan-Veda.

A specialty is also found in these temples in a geographical manner. These five temples were built according to Yoga Science, and have been placed in a certain geographical alignment with each other. There will certainly be science that will affect the human body.

These temples were constructed about four thousand years ago when there was no satellite technology available to measure the latitude and longitude of those places. So how was the five temples so accurately established?

There is a distance of 2383 km between Kedarnath and Rameswaram. But all these temples fall in almost the same parallel line. After all, thousands of years ago, the technology with which these temples had been built in a parallel line is a mystery to this day. The Shimmer lamp in the Srikalahasti temple shows that it represents AIR Linga. The water spring in the inner plateau of the Thiruvanikka temple represents WATER-Linga. The huge lamp on the Annamalai hill represents FIRE-Linga. The Sawanbhu Linga of the sands of Kanchipuram represents the EARTH Linga and the incorporeal (NIRAKAR) state of Chidambaram is r epresenting as the incorporeal, heavens (AKASH) Eather element of God. 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.

What is more surprising now is that the five Lingas, representing the five elements of the universe, had been installed centuries ago in a similar line. Indeed we should be proud of our ancestors ‘knowledge and intelligence that they had that advanced science and technology that even modern science has perhaps yet to achieve. It is believed that it is not only the five temples but also many more temples in this line which lie in the straight line from Kedarnath to Rameswaram. This line is also called the “SHIVA SHAKTI AKSH Rekha”. It is likely to have been made by keeping the entire temple of Kailash in the regions which falls in 81.3119° E!? The answer only the Universe knows. …

Isn’t it amazing?  Mahakal?  What is the relationship between the Shiva Jyotirlingams……??

The distance of the remaining Jyotirlingams from Ujjain is also interesting:

Ujjain to Somnath-777 km

Ujjain to Omkareshwar-111 km

Ujjain to Bhimashankar-666 km

Kashi Vishwanath from
Ujjain-999 km

From Ujjain, Mallikarjun-999 km

Kedarnath from
Ujjain-888 km

Ujjain to Tryanbakeshwar-555 km

Ujjain to Baijnath-999 km

Rameswaram-1999 km from Ujjain

From Ujjain to Nauseshwara-555 km

How people have constructed temples separated by thousands of miles (2383 km between Kedarnath and Rameswaram) on almost same longitude, remains a mystery. There was nothing in Hinduism without any reason.  Ujjain is considered to be the centre of the Earth. As a centre for thousands of years in Sanatan Dharma, a man-made instrument for calculating the sun and astrology in Ujjain has also been created about 2050 years ago.  And when the imaginary line on Earth Imaginary was created by the British scientist about 100 years ago, the central part of it was Ujjain. Even today, scientists come to Ujjain to know about the sun and space.

Indeed there are some mysteries that are difficult to be solved and the lack of answers only makes these enigmas more intriguing!