1.7 Million-Year-Old Artificial Bridge Challenges Theories About Our History

A bridge in India has been unearthed that calls into question all of our preconceived notions about human history. According to academics, humanity just landed on Earth 60-70 thousand years ago, but this find reveals otherwise — it’s 1.7 million years old! A prominent geologist has unearthed what may be the most important proof of humanity’s existence millions of years ago.

Dr. K Vijaya Bhat, head of India’s Geological Survey, says he discovered relics of an old manmade bridge, indicating that our species was able to design buildings that outlasted natural calamities like earthquakes or tsunamis before they were even invented! The bridge crosses an ocean and is a beautiful construction. The 10:1 ratio corresponds to the actual measurements seen today, with the supposed visible facility occupying a pretty significant region in length and width from India to Sri Lanka. It’s difficult to comprehend that our forefathers built bridges with identical dimensions a million years ago.

The K R (I-Pronoun) Bridge is one such example, and it was built more than ten thousand years before development on this current project began! According to Hinduism, the legendary bridge was built by the Hindu deity Rama. K R is claimed to be the and spirit of, one of the world’s longest-lasting faiths, also known as Sт D. Some refer to the bridge as the Rama Setu, however, it is more often referred to as Adams Bridge.


The phrase “Rava Adi” or easily crossing over can be heard many times throughout India’s epic Ramayana–which tells of how Prince Ravendev incarnation found a land bridge between Sri Lanka and India which became his coronation seat after vanquishing an evil demon king named Mahiravana with help from Hanuman The Monkey God who helped him build this structure during one chapter in particular–can be heard many times throughout its pages. These words may appear identical at first look, yet they have very distinct meanings! Many individuals are enthusiastic about human history’s prehistory.

One piece of evidence suggesting that humans have been on Earth for much longer than we’ve been told comes from India, where Dr S Badrinarayanan – former director and coordinator for geological survey at NIOOT – discovered an unknown structure in ocean sediments off the coast using carbon dating techniques he invented! After researching core samples from the bridge, he is confident that we are not dealing with a natural formation, as other experts have claimed, but with a manmade construction erected more than a million years ago.

Dr. Badrinarayanan and his colleagues excavated 10 boreholes along the path of Adam’s Bridge, making startling finds at 6 meters below surface level: an equal layer of calcareous sandstone composed primarily of corals and boulder-like objects. The divers were taken aback when they discovered an even deeper stratum with additional stones.

This proved that they arrived from both sides of the causeway bridge! According to Dr. Badrinarayanan, there is additional evidence of old quarrying in these places. Dr. Badrinarayanan disclosed in a Rediff discussion board that he believes the causeway was built by people rather than nature. “It is artificial; there is evidence of human interference in its upper half,” he continued. “In order to appreciate what I’m saying from a geological standpoint, you must first learn a few things.” “Adam’s Bridge was once a natural grade separation dividing the Bay of Bengal from the Indian Ocean to the south.” As a result, the geological features differ on either side.” Dr. Badrinarayanan went on to say: “We discovered sea sands on top, with a heterogeneous assemblage of corals, calcareous sandstones, and boulder-like elements beneath.” “Surprisingly, we found loose sand up to 4–5 meters (13–16 feet) below that, and then hard formations.” “We’re getting loose sand behind the corals and rocks, which suggests it’s not natural.”


The Ramayana bridge is reported to have been erected on top of an elevation covered with huge and tiny stones. Because these rocks float in water, they may not only use them but also build their foundation on this solid basis! Suvrat Kher is not one of those who disagree with Dr. Badrinarayanan! The geologist specializes in marine formations and is certain that the claimed bridge was formed gradually over time by nature, a process he refers to as “sedimentation.” Dr. Kher says the following about the bridge: “During the Pleistocene ice age, glacier accumulation and melting caused tens of meters of sea-level fluctuation, laying the groundwork for many cycles of coral reef and sand shoal creation.” “There would have been a land link between India and Sri Lanka during periods of substantial sea-level decreases in the Pleistocene.”