Chariot of the Gods: The Legend of the Konark Sun Temple Revealed
Hindu legends say that one of Krishna’s sons built the impressive Konark Sun Temple to honor the solar deity for healing him. Although this temple was actually built during the 13th century, it was conceived to be a monumental representation of the chariot of Surya, the Sun God.
Konark Sun Temple: The Sign of a once Sexually Liberal India
We were not always sexually repressed and frustrated. There was a time when sex was not a taboo subject and it was not hush-hush-hush. Discover the era of a Sexually Liberal India through the Konark Sun Temple and one of India's seven ancient wonders.
Vedic Solved Mysteries: Why Hindu Build Temples of Energy
The religious texts of the Vedic Period provide evidence for the use of large numbers. By the time of the last Veda, the Yajurvedasaṃhitā (1200-900 BCE), numbers as high as 10^12 were being include…
Beauty in ruins: The Sun Temple at Konark | Mystery of India
The Konark Sun Temple is a 13th-century Hindu temple dedicated to the sun god. Shaped like a giant chariot, the temple is known for the exquisite stone carvings that cover the entire structure.