Know Why Kedarnath & Pashupati Nath Temples Remained Unaffected By Earthquakes & Natural Calamities

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  1. Aum

    Aum New Member

    On April 2015 Nepal was hit by earth quake which took away life of many people. The effect of this was so devastating that people lost their life's . houses and even their kids.

    Strangest part of this earth quake was that even the strongest of building were very badly hit by the tremors of earth quake but, the Ancient Pashu Pathi Nath Temple of Lord Shiva remained unaffected by it, similar thing happened during floods in Kedarnath where everything was plundered by flood apart from ancient Lord Shiva temple.
    After looking at these temples after so much of destruction there seems to be some miracle happening, because only miracles can show us such things happening.
    Just to know more about it i started researching for the reasons and below are some of the reasons as per my observations and research:

    Temples were built with ancient Vedic technology.

    Ancient temples are created at places where the gravitational force or pull of earth is highest and apart from this the condition of natural disasters was always been taken into consideration while building the temple.

    By this I mean to say that even if natural calamities come someday, the chosen area for the temple would be least affected by any type of calamity. Shiva linga is placed in a place where magnetic forces in the navel point have maximum force. As per ancient Hindu belief's this knowledge of magnetic pull was given by lord Shiva which is now called as Geo science.

    Lot of Focus was laid on architectural rules

    While construction of temple these rules were taken into consideration. After applying these points that building would remain safe.
    As per the architectural rule, the shiv linga in pashupathi nath was made 4 meters tall with four sided shiv linga face at the heart of temple. Every side of shiv linga has one rugraksh beads in his right hand and reliquary (kamandal) on left hand. shiv linga's all sides have different individual properties. southern face is called aghor, eastern face is called tattva purush or tatpurush, northern face is called ardhnareshwara/ ardhnariswar or vaamdeva and western face is called sayanogjata and the upper part or face of this shiv linga is called Ishaan.

    Relationship between Kedarnath & Pashupati Nath Temples

    As per the Skanda it is said that Kedarnath and Pashu Pati Nath temples are connected to each other with mouth and tail. The two temples were constructed taking the architectural knowledge into consideration. In all shiva temples the landscape of shiva linga above is equal to the landscape below. This is a principle of science is used here wherein, the center of gravity is called the Gurtwakarsn center. This principle has been the science of Vastu Shastra.

    Craftsmen were also cognizant of architectural and Astrology

    As per the book of Vishwakarma which is also an authentic book of architectural mention's that the main craftsman or head artisans who creates the constructions should have decent knowledge of vastu shastra and astrology which would help in constructing buildings that would stay for longer durations. The craftsman or artisans of Kedarnath and Pashupatinath temple had decent architectural, vastu and astrological knowledge and they constructed these temples taking conditions of kalyuga or changing times.

    Mantric forces protects these temples.

    During the construction of these temples ancient vedic mantras were recited and with the help of these mantra's, a strong protective layer of mantra's were formed (there is a very strong set of positive energy protective layer in these temples). No negative forces can stay near these temples for too long, taking example even if our mind is too much stressed or we feel too much of negativity within, the moment we enter these temples the stress and negativity goes away.

    The destructive forces do not work in the surrounding of these temples as mantras, Chants, bells and sounds of Conch are daily activity of these temples and hence time and again they produce these protective sound layers around the temples.
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  2. Senthil

    Senthil Active Member Staff Member

    Nice write-up. Certainly I don't find this surprising, given the nature of God in the Himalayas.
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