Is there any mention of Vedic temples being built on Earths magnetic lines? Longitude 79 meridian EAST seems to have very long list of Ancient Indian Temples built on this specific longitude: Kedarnath, Badrinath, Brihadeswara temple, Meenakshi temple Madurai, Arulmigu Rameshwaram, Tungnath temple .... and so on and on and on!

Baijnath, Maha Kaleshwar MP, Kal Bhairav Ujjain, lie on Longitude 76 east.

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    What are 'Vedic' temples? May 1 '19 at 13:27
  • Yes... Temples are built based on geography, 9 planets rays influence on Earth etc. EX: Pazhani Mountain Muruga temple - has mars planet rays falling over there. So very well Vedic temples can be built specifically based on geography positions of Earth.!!! May 1 '19 at 14:18
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    This is not scientific speculation. Mercury to Jupiter very much part of hinduism and vedas have this explanation. So understand the question before close voting! May 1 '19 at 16:33
  • @Sarvabhouma : I used the term 'Vedic temples' loosely. I mean Ancient Hindu Temples. Akshay : The magnetic lines are hard scientific fact, accepted by modern Physics. Ancient Indian traditions also refer to the Magnetic Poles of Earth & even advice to sleep ALIGNED to the North -South direction, with the feet towards North & head towards South.
    – Saptrishi
    May 3 '19 at 6:15

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