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CHAND BAORI - GENERATOR MACHINE...

CAVITY  ROOMS

Discovery by Rudolf Bosnjak

FOR SOUND  WAVES or UNKNOWN WAVES RESONATOR CAVITY ROOMS

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Chand Baori in Abhaneri village in eastern Rajasthan, India, is one of the most overlooked landmarks in the country. It is one of the oldest stepwell in Rajasthan, and is considered to be among the biggest in the world.

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CHAND BAORI IS WAVE RECEIVER FOR SOUND  WAVES or UNKNOWN WAVES AND RESONATOR CAVITY ROOMS AND GENERATOR OF SOMETHING...

CHAND BAORI MICROSTRIP ANTENNA SHAPE

CHAND BAORI DRAWING

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SEE SHAPES IN GREEN WATER

HERE I RUDOLF BOSNJAK SHOW HIDDEN SECRET I DISCOVER WHAT IT IS.

THIS SHAPE IS EVERY WHERE CARVED ON ANCIENT SITES, CHURCHES, MOSQUE,  BUT NOBODY UNDERSTAND WHAT IT IS, I COMPREHEND AND UNDERSTAND WHAT IT IS  AFTER MANY YEARS OF SEARCH AND RESEARCH WHAT IT IS, THANK TO DRAWING I SEE ON ALEKSANDAR KUSHELEV SOFTWARE DESIGN FOR 4 GHz ELECTROMAGNETIC GENERATOR, BUT THIS GENERATOR IS HUGE.

 

WHAT WAS PURPOSE OF WATER...

CHAND BAORI GENERATOR MACHINE... IS VISIBLE THAT BOTTOM PART OF THIS GENERATOR WAS IN THE WATER IN ANCIENT PAST AND TODAY...

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5 STEP SYSTEM

Hidden truth is revealed here by Rudolf Bosnjak.

RIGHT IS RESONATOR DRAWING FOR 4GHz FREQUENCY DESIGN BY ALEKSANDAR KUSHELEV.

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CHAND BAORI GENERATOR MACHINE... IS VISIBLE THAT BOTTOM PART OF THIS GENERATOR WAS IN THE WATER IN ANCIENT PAST AND TODAY...

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CHAND BAORI GENERATOR MACHINE FROM SATELITTE...

 

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CHAND BAORI GENERATOR MACHINE... IS VISIBLE THAT BOTTOM PART OF THIS GENERATOR WAS IN THE WATER IN ANCIENT PAST AND TODAY...

Chand Baori in Abhaneri village in eastern Rajasthan, India, is one of the most overlooked landmarks in the country. It is one of the oldest stepwell in Rajasthan, and is considered to be among the biggest in the world.

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CHAND BAORI GENERATOR MACHINE... IS VISIBLE THAT BOTTOM PART OF THIS GENERATOR WAS IN THE WATER IN ANCIENT PAST AND TODAY...

Chand Baori looks like anything but a well. This incredible square structure is 13 stories deep, and lined along the walls on three sides are double flight of steps. 3,500 narrow steps arranged in perfect symmetry descends to the bottom of the well 20 meters deep to a murky green puddle of water.

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Built during the 8th and 9th century by King Chanda of Nikumbha Dynasty, provided the surrounding areas with a dependable water source for centuries before modern water delivery systems were introduced.

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As the green water at the base attests, the well is no longer in use, but it makes for an interesting stop-over to an architecturally impressive structure that is over 1000 years old. There’s also a temple adjoining the well for visitors to explore.

 

Stepwells, also called bawdi or baori, are unique to India. These wells have steps built into the sides that can be descended to reach the water at the bottom. Stepwells are generally larger than common wells and are often of architectural significance, just like Chand Baori.

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The well’s sheer endlessly appearing geometric complexity made of stairs and steps ensured that Rajput people had access to water at any time of the year, and from all sides. The reasons behind building such an elaborate step well is not fully clear.

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Some believe it was used as a water harvesting site. Rajasthan is a dry place, and hence, every ounce of water is precious.

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The large mouth of the well functioned as a rain catching funnel that contributed to the water seeping in from the porous rock at the bottom. In addition to conserving water, Chand baori also became a community gathering place for the Abhaneri locals.

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The townsfolk used to sit around the step well and cool off during the summer days. At the bottom the well the air is always about 5-6 degrees cooler than at the top.

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The steps surround the well on three sides while the fourth side has a set of pavilions built one atop another. The side that has the pavilions have niches with beautiful sculptures including religious carvings. There is even a royal residence with rooms for the King and the Queen and a stage for the performing arts.

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Chand Baori was featured in the movie The Fall and also made a small appearance in Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster The Dark Knight Rises.

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The well is now a treasure managed by the Archeological Survey of India.

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  Regards Rudolf Bosnjak

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