Hampi is solely magical. My 4 day journey to Hampi was superb, 4 days usually are not sufficient to discover it is magnificence, they are saying there are a number of numbers of Musical pillars in Hampi, the primary ones are within the Vitthala temple advanced. The information proven me few of them, then I began discovering extra Musical pillars on my own. I spent virtually a day discovering pillars that produce music. This pillar is from the Achyutaraya Temple advanced, I discovered this explicit pillar produce finest tonal variations.
**This video was featured in Historical Aliens present on Historical past Channel**
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In keeping with ‘Shilpa Rathna Ajithagamana’ – a Kannada language literature of Vijayanagara interval, these pillars are made by Casting technique.

1. Rocks had been melted into liquid kind.
2. Sand and different minerals had been blended into the molten rock.
3. Molten rock poured into the form of the pillars, then lower and carved rigorously.
4. These pillars had been put in meticulously in presence of musicians throughout evening, in absolute silence.

these pillars are primarily categorized into two differing kinds:
1. ‘Sthri Shile’ which resonates like Veena and different string devices.
2. ‘Poon Shile’ resonates like percussion devices resembling Tabala, Mrudanga and so on.

The e book additionally talked about how Rangamantapa at Vijaya Vittala Temple, Viroopaksha temple and varied different temples had been constructed. Positively not aliens, however epic craftsmanship of historical Hindus.

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Music pillars of Hampi – Journey Karnataka

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  1. Update: This video was featured in Ancient Aliens series by History channel. Ancient alien theorists are wrong about these pillars. This is not Alien technology.

    According to 'Shilpa Rathna Ajithagamana' – a Kannada language literature of Vijayanagara period, these pillars are made by Casting method.

    1. Rocks were melted into liquid form.
    2. Sand and other minerals were mixed into the molten rock.
    3. Molten rock poured into the shape of the pillars, then cut and carved carefully.
    4. These pillars were installed meticulously in presence of musicians during night, in absolute silence.

    these pillars are mainly categorized into two different types:
    1. 'Sthri Shile' which resonates like Veena and other string instruments.
    2. 'Poon Shile' resonates like percussion instruments such as Tabala, Mrudanga etc.

    The book also mentioned how Rangamantapa at Vijaya Vittala Temple, Viroopaksha temple and various other temples were built. Definitely not aliens, but epic craftsmanship of ancient Hindus.

  2. I just would like to ask dear Sunil Krishnan, according to you, if the ancestors of the Indian peoples built these stones, how did they gain the knowledge they were able to create such incredible buildings? Obviously not that happened that they thought about one and they said:

    "Melt stones, pour them into shapes, build mighty temples with simple chiset and hammer to work in the last detail, so that even the columns play music."

    I'm sorry, I don't want to offend the Indian people but this whole phenomenon is so unbelievable and incomprehensible to me that I am not able to put it on the agenda. We are talking about a technology that current human civilization could only reproduce with great effort, but would not even approach the original.

    I'm not a believer in any UFO or "ancient aliens" theories, I want to see only clearly. I only think rationally. I just want to know where the ancient peoples of India got the incredible knowledge that they used to create the structures that will amaze scholars of our time?