Thiruvananthapuram City, Padmanabha Swamy Temple 20,000 Years Old, Study


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There are quite a few ancient temples of India which are in good shape. Some of them have been assigned dates before Christ,BC,though reluctantly despite strong evidence that they belong to much earlier times. Please check my articles on 5000 years old temples of India. The Thiruvannamalai temple,Tamil Nadu is dated 3.94 Billion years,Tirupati 2100 million years and Jwalapuram, Cuddapah,Telengana, India is 74,000 years old, There are some more ancient temples like the Pundarikaksha Temple,Thiruvellarai, near Sriranagam, Tamil Nadu. There are many more and I shall be writing about them. The Ananta Padmanabhaswamy temple at Thiruvananthapuram,Kerala is one such ancient temple where the presiding deity is Lord Vishnu in his form as the Infinite one in yoga Nidra.The temple has also been one of the richest temple in India, where billions worth of gold and ornaments have been found sealed in an underground vault and the court had appointed a committee to evaluate the riches. This temple is referred to in the Puranas and Tamil Classics of the Sangam era. What is now Kerala was a part of Tamil Chera Kingdom. Chera kings also enriched the temple and this dynasty goes back to thousands of years.However the temple and the city has been dated to around late first century BC. This is way off the mark. The Tamil epic Silappadikaram, written by Ilangao Adigal, brother of the Chera king, mentions this temple and also details the Thiruvananthapuram temple . Silappadikaram describes the city as golden city and the temple as one which was made of gold. Same descriptionis found in the Puranas. Poompuhar,Tamil Nadu where most of the action of Silappadikaram takes place has been found off the sea and it has been proved that the people of Poompuhar had extensive trade with the Greeks, among others. And now Poompuhar has been dated some 20,000 years back! As Silappadikaram speaks of Thiruvananthapuram and Anantha Padmanabhaswamy temple, these two should have existed before the events narrated in Silapadikaram. As Poompuhar is dated 20,000 years ago, it is reasonable to state that Thiruvananthapuram and Padmanabhaswamy temple date back to 20,000 years.Silappadikaram has been dated to likely belong to the beginning of Common era. The incidence of Kovalan Madhavi and Kannagi took place in the same period as the poet who wrote the Tamil Epic was the brother of the Chera King Cheran Senguttuvan. However the recent finding placed these dates to 11000 years back!So it is logical to arrive at the conclusion that the Silappadikaram Town was in existence around 11000 CE and for a rich language as Tamil to develop, from a dialect, colloquial form and then to literary ,it requires minimum 5000 Years. And Tamil quotes Ithihasas ,Ramayana and Mahabharata and the Vedas. That should place these Ithihasas earlier . Hence based on this evidence available now, Tamil should be at least 16000 years old and the Sanskrit Puranas earlier. Please read my Post Million Year Old Tamil quotes Vedas and they quote Tamil. But we are assigning Tamil Sangam at 5 BC and Rig veda at 5000 BC!The date of Poompuhar artifact was arrived at and verified by Glenn Milne Sea Level changes. The place is called Poompuhar. It lies on southeast India’s Coromandel coast facing the Bay of Bengal between modern Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka. Its immediate offshore area has been the subject of marine archaeological investigations by India’s National Institute of Oceanography since the 1980’s — and numerous non-controversial finds of man-made structures dated between the third century AD and the third century BC have been made in the “inter-tidal zone” close to shore at depths down to 6 feet (approximately 2 metres). These finds of structures in shallow water (some so shallow that they are exposed at low tide) have been quite widely written-up in the archaeological literature. More @ Ramanisblog --- Send in a voice message:

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