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Discovery of an Ancient Weapon [VIDEO]

An Evidence of a dangerous circular shaped weapon found by T.L. Subash Chandira Bose Presented...

Discovery of an Ancient Weapon

An Evidence of a dangerous circular shaped weapon found

by T.L. Subash Chandira Bose
Presented with author’s permission

Location

An ancient village called as Melaarasur, is located 36 kms from Tiruchirapalli city, and about 4 kms from Kallakudi or Dalmiapuram- Malvai road, in Tamil Nadu, India.

Stone pillar

Based on the information given by Melarsur Rajendran, the archaeo-symbolist T.L. Subash Chandira Bose made a field study in the above said village. During the field study a stone pillar of 110 cms Height, 51cms Wide and 20 cms Breadth, belongs to 12- 13 century A.D., was identified at the western side of the North-South Street and also in front of a Lord Sri. Thiyagaraja’s shrine.

Discovery of an Ancient Weapon

Bas- relief symbols

In the above said stone pillar; a decorated symbol denoting Vimanam of the temple and the garlands of the temple halls, the two symbols such as Damuru and Plough of Chitra Mezhi Periyanattar, two types of swords, a Circular shaped weapon, a tripod, a puranakalasam and two lamps were found incised as bas- reliefs.

Chakaram

The archaeo-symbolist says, a particular circular shaped weapon of 19.5 cms outer diameter, is a torus shaped with a sharp outer edged, dangerous combat as well as throwing weapon called as Chakaram belongs to Paanimukta type. It is also known as Cakera, Chakkar, Chakurm,Chalikar.

It is made of either iron or brass. Its outer diameter may vary from 12 – 30 cms, whichcan fly and attack the enemy at a distance of 40-60 and 80-100 meters respectively.

A well trained professional warrior can spin with his index finger or hold it with index and thumb fingers and then throw with very sharp flick of the wrist and the forehand. It produces the high speeded whirling motion, capable of cutting the hands, legs and head of an enemy.

The origin of the weapon

This circular shaped weapon is said to be originated in India and spread from Tamil Nadu to Punjab and few Asian countries such as Tibet, Malaysia and Indonesia.

Evidence

This finding is documentary evidence that; 700-800 years ago the art of handling this dangerous circular shaped weapon was well known to the ancient warriors of Tamil Nadu Similar to Punjab state.


Copyright 2014 T.L. Subash Chandira Bose
Presented with author’s permission

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