800 Years Sculpture Child In Womb,Sundara Kamakshi, Chinna Karumbur

The Religion, culture and history of India is very old.

It defies time.

The advancements in Arts, Science are mind staggering when one finds evidence of Scientific concepts in the sculptures of Indian Temples.

I have written on the temples located in a straight line , in the same latitude,no structure between the Temple and Arctic, colour changing idols,temples where shadows fall without source of Light, sculpture where a Pin dropped at one end of the bow falls through it to the ground…..

And many more.

There is a temple where sculpture of a Baby in the Womb is found.

Accurate position of the baby, as one would find in a Scan!

And the temple is at least 800 Years old,Chola architecture.

# There is disbelief about the photograph of the sculpture provided in the article. There is a doubt that the sculpture might have been added recently. One gentleman pointed out that this sculpture looks white while other sculptures are black in color.

Please check the photos provided in the Link provided below.


Vyagrapathar in male form

SriSundara Kamakshi temple at Siru Karumbur

Location: The temple is about 400 meters from the Chenai – Bangalore highway at the SiruKarumbur junction between Ocheri and Kaveripakkam. The SiruKarumbur junction is 1 km after Ocheri junction; 2 kms before Murugan Idly Shop; and around 4 kms before Kaveripakkam while going from Chennai.

Airport. Chennai.

Railway Station. Chennai.

Buses from Chennai available.

Reference and citation.


2 responses to “800 Years Sculpture Child In Womb,Sundara Kamakshi, Chinna Karumbur”

  1. This temple may be more than 800 years old. The architecture and icons are very similar to Pallava period. Please do not be specific when the period is not established.


    • The Pallava dynasty was an Indian dynasty that existed from 275 CE to 897 CE, ruling a portion of southern India. They gained prominence after the eclipse of the Satavahana dynasty, whom the Pallavas served as feudatories.. I think you are answered


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