Ancients are always good at documenting extraordinary knowledge embedded within stone carvings. As in 21st century, a Japanese scientist named Masaru Emoto discovered that water has memory and it responds to thoughts, sounds and intentions, which is not at all new in ancient culture, especially in the nation like India that people forgot its true application and only repeat mere philosophy.
Such an ancient marvel has been discovered in Jambukeshwarar Temple in TiruvanaiKaval intrigued scientists as well as devotees. The central deity of Shiva stands tall accompanied by Brahma and Vishnu who seem to emerge from the bottom of Shiva maintaining the accurate angle of 104.5 which can be seen in a water molecule H2O just as the 2 oxygen atoms bond with one Hydrogen atom. This angle can be seen when we draw a line from where the legs of Vishnu and Brahma are joined, to their brows.
Hoever, there were smaller carvings of devas along with the Nandi and Narada muni which might represent the two lone pairs of electrons, as per a media source on the web detailed. So this discovery might lead to further explanations beyond a water molecule. This idol is also called Eka Trimurthi, can also be said as the twin of under water Naga king Ahi Budhnya. It is also referred as that which nourishes the sky and streams of water.
– Viswanath Venkat Dasari
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