1.7 million years old man made bridge challenges mainstream history

A 1.7 million-year-old bridge is an ideal evidence humans have been on Earth much longer than the experts claim.
The estimated age of the bridge, however, goes against everything we’ve been told.

According to mainstream scientists, humans are inhabiting Earth roughly for 200,000 years, but the alleged bridge turns everything that scientists believed to be true into questions.
The former director of the Geological Survey of India believes he has found the ultimate evidence of a 1.7 million-year-old man-made bridge which indicates mankind existed on Earth millions of years ago.
The bridge had the ability to construct advanced structures long before mainstream experts suggest.
The ratio of 10:1 (length: width) fits the actual measurements of the bridge observed today.
The alleged structure which is said to be visible even from space occupies a relatively large area stretching from India to Sri Lanka.

Ram Setu In Ramayana


Interestingly, Ancient Hindu legends suggest that King Rama (Incarnation of Lord Vishnu), a Hindu deity built a bridge of similar proportions more than a million years ago.
As per Hinduism, the alleged bridge was constructed by Hindu God Rama, as told in the Hindu epic Ramayana.
King Rama is recognized as the spirit and consciousness of Hinduism, one of the oldest religions in the world, also known as Sanatan Dharma.
Some refer to the alleged bridge as the Rama Setu, while others call it Adams Bridge.
The Indian epic Ramayana narrates the tale of the land bridge and the purpose for which it was built.
It was made to serve Hindu God Rama, in order to help him cross the water to reach the large island and rescue his beloved wife, Sita, from the evil clutches of the king of demons, Ravanna, also the king of Lanka.
It is one of the best pieces of evidence which suggests humans have existed on Earth much longer than we’re told.
The scientist behind the affirmation is, Dr. S. Badrinarayanan, former director of the Geological Survey of India and former coordinator of the survey division of the National Institute of Ocean Technology.
He studied core samples of the bridge and is evidently convinced that we’re not talking about a natural formation as suggested by the other scientists but at a man-made structure, and one that was built more than a million years ago.
Dr. Badrinarayanan and his team drilled 10 boreholes along the alignment of Adam’s Bridge. The discoveries he made was alarming.
About 6 meters below the surface a consistent layer of calcareous sandstone, corals, and boulder-like materials was found.
The team was surprised when they discovered a layer of loose sand, some 4-5 meters further down, and then hard rock formations below that.
A team of divers went underwater to examine the bridge physically.
The boulders they found were not made of a typical marine formation. They were identified as having come from either side of the causeway. Dr. Badrinarayanan also suggests that there is evidence of ancient quarrying in these areas.
His team concluded that materials from either shore were placed upon the sandy bottom of the water to form the causeway.


Dr. Badrinarayanan concluded that it was man-made.
In a discussion board on Rediff, Dr. Badrinarayanan stated-
“It is not a natural formation; the top portion of it appears to be a man-made structure.”
“To understand what I am saying from the geological point of view, you have to get to know several things.
“What is known as Adam’s Bridge is originally a natural grade divide separating the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean to the south. So, the geological aspects are different on either side.”
Dr. Badrinarayanan further added-
“We found marine sands on top and below that was a mixed assemblage of corals, calcareous sandstones, and boulder-like materials”.
“Surprisingly below that up to 4–5 meters (13–16 feet), again we found loose sand and after that, hard formations were there.”
“Below the corals and boulders, we are getting loose sand, which means it is not natural.”
As per Ramayana, the bridge is said to be built upon a wooden foundation (which was placed atop a preexisting natural elevation) that was then covered with large and small stones. It is said the stones used in building the bridge float upon the water.
There are many who disagree with Dr. Badrinarayanan.
One such person is Suvrat Kher, a geologist who specializes in marine formations, who strongly believes that the alleged bridge is naturally made.
In regard to the bridge, Dr. Kher stated-
“During the Pleistocene ‘ice-age’ period, glacial buildup and melting forced fluctuations in sea-level by tens of meters, setting up the conditions for several episodes of coral reef and sand shoal formation”.
“During periods of large sea-level drops in the Pleistocene, there would have been a land connection between India and Sri Lanka”.
“But at the end of the last Wisconsin glaciation, the sea-level began to rise worldwide”.
Well, what do you think about it? Whether the bridge is naturally made or was really made by Lord Rama?
Comment your views.

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