Subterranean Library Chamber Ekambareswara Kanchipuram Key To Lemuria MU Atlantis?

This temple has ten subterranean chambers. While nine chambers are dedicated to the Rishis,with details about them,the tenth one has writings on them referring to MU. It may be noted that MU is a prefix in Tamil which denotes antiquity. The City of Madurai was called Mudur and it referred to old Madurai,Then Madurai which was located somewhere near Madagascar, then a part of Lemuria. Also the capital of Chera Kings,Vanchi was called Vanchi Mudur which was located in Lemuria and it is not the present Karur ,Tamil Nadu. Now to Churchward on Mu,Tamils and Kanchipuram Ekambareswara Temple.


Kanchipuram Tribe In Vasishta Viswamitra War

Tamil Classics also speak of Kanchi,and the Sangam Literature calls it as Kanchi Mudur,Ancient Kanchi.( The Term Mudur is used only for two cities (Mudur),Madurai and Kanchi). These two cities are quite ancient if one goes through these references. A Brahmin from Kanchi founded Cambodia Vietnam Thailand Kanchi tribe is mentioned in the Mahabharata Thus,

Kaundinya Kanchipuram Tamil Founder Cambodia Vietnem Thailand

Considering the evidence being reproduced below and the fact that a Korean Queen was from Ayodhya, it stands to reason that the influence of Bharatavarsha was very great in the ancient times. The Mekong Delta was ruled by Funan Kings.(68-150) The Funan Kingdom was founded by Kaundinya,a Brahmin from Kanchipuram,Tamil Nadu.

List Of Hindu Empires Vedic Period To 1200AD

Still we cling to 5000 BC as the bench mark,the date assigned to the Rig veda. The Riwatian People of India date back to 1,900,000 BC! Many skim the eastern part of India when studying Indian History,especially that of Bengal. Surprise in store.

Secret Chambers Ekambareswara Temple Key To Lost Mu Civilization?

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Each room measured 25 meters long and 15 meters wide, with the ceiling quite low – he could touch it when he stretched his arm out. Pachayappa claimed that the inscriptions detailed the Rishi Puranas, the lives of the culture bringers of Ancient India. Inside were black granite tables, and there were tens of thousands of stone tablets. Ritter notes that “both sides of such postcard-sized stone tablets engraved with tiny lines were narrow characters covered in an unfamiliar script. Other plates showed fine geometric patterns on running, technical drawings, maps and