32,000 Year Old Idol Of God Narasimha Excavated
There have been many discoveries in human history, there are 5000 years old Harappa civilization in India, or why it should not be Egyptian pyramids. Our Hindu religion, which is considered to be only 12,000 years old, by this discovery, historians and scientists must now understand how old the Hindu religion really is.
One of these very rare discoveries in South Germany happened, which surprised scientists from all over the world at that time. They found the statue of a lion-man which seems to be the statue of Lord Narasimha. In the picture, you can see. That rare discovery, which is a 32,000-year-old statue, has surprised the scientists of the Puri world.
This is about the close of 1930-35 when the German historians were digging the oldest places there. They got many things there. At first, they found the remains of birds, horses, turtles, and some lions in that place. After a thorough search, he found a rare image of Lord Narasimha. It was natural that in a place where there is nothing other than the remains of the people, it was very strange to find such a rare statue.
This search no wonders everyone at that time. This statue was discovered in 1939 in the cave called Stadel-Höhle im Hohlenstein (Stadel cave in Hohlenstein Mountain). In 1939, World War II broke out in Germany and the whole world, due to this idol, the attention of the whole world was shunned. Then later in 1998, by adding all the pieces of the idol, it gave a new look, which seemed exactly like the incarnation of God Narasimha of Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu took the form of Narasimha to kill a Hiranyakashipu monster. Narasimha Roop means – half a lion and half-man.
The whole description of this phenomenon is found in Vedas and Shastras. This search is really amazing, but historians and explorers have not been able to understand the fact that what is actually the statue of God Narasimha Devi, and if so, why has he got in Germany today? In general, Lord Vishnu’s temple is in Asia, and meeting the idol in Europe puts everyone at ease.