(ORDO NEWS) — In the very center of India, in the state of Talangan, there is a very interesting place – Fort Warangal. This place is very popular among tourists from all over the world due to its unsolved mystery.
The fact is that Fort Warangal is not a fort at all, but the oldest plant for the production of decorative building structures.
Previously, archaeologists across the planet claimed that almost all the ornaments and decorative inserts on the ancient megalithic structure were made at the installation site. For example, in Ancient Egypt, obelisks were first carved from solid stone, then transported along the Nile to the installation site, and then the artists set to work and applied hieroglyphs and beautiful patterns to the installed obelisk. Similar techniques are found throughout, but until scientists came across Fort Warangal.
A reasonable question arises: why did the ancient Indians need to organize the whole production of decorative elements in one place, and not to grind ornaments at the construction site itself?
After much research, scientists shrug. They did not see such a large-scale production anywhere in the world. Throughout the fort there are unfinished fragments of future temples and palaces, which for many centuries have remained in their place. It is a great success that these beautiful statues and decorative elements were not plundered by looters.
For many centuries, locals clumsily tried to combine these pieces of stone into a single composition, but they got a miserable likeness, those that are installed in ancient temples.
Notice how perfectly the circles are cut on this element. Many centuries ago, man, according to scientists, had only primitive tools, such as a hammer and a chisel. Could such ornaments have been carved by hand? Of course not, that is why this plant was unique and had in its arsenal such equipment that could easily process granite, basalt and other rocks.
In the center of the fort is a stone structure, inside of which there is something that is very reminiscent of modern machines. It remains a big mystery how exactly the ancient Indians processed stone on such machines. Looking at a huge number of beautiful elements, you are surprised at the skill of grinding black basalt or granite. But most of all they are surprised by the small ornaments with tiny holes through which even a blade of grass hardly passes.
All this testifies to the incredible technological achievements of the ancients. At the moment, scientists still don’t know how old these skillful elements are, which again suggests that we are far from the first developed civilization that existed on our planet …
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