pyramid

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The pyramid
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is one of the oldest wonders of the world. The pyramid is one of the most mysterious and amazing architectures in the world.

Pharaohs ruled ancient Egypt. The Egyptian ruler or king was called Pharaoh Pharaoh. Pyramids were built to bury them. The most famous pyramids in the world are located in Egypt. However, in many other parts of the world, various pyramids can be seen. For a long time people had an idea that pharaohs used slaves to build pyramids. According to many, skilled workers came from all over Egypt to build the pyramids. And if someone died while going to work, he would be buried next to the pharaoh out of respect. However, no exact account of how many workers died has been found.
Egypt has 75 small and large pyramids. The largest and most interesting is the Pyramid of Giza, also known as the Pyramid of Khufu. The pyramids are thought to have been built around 5000 BC. It is located at an altitude of about 481 feet and 655 square feet of land. It has been built by 1 lakh workers for almost 20 years. It was made with huge huge pieces of stone. The stone fragments weighed about 60 tons and were about 40 feet long.

Many specimens of Vedic civilization have also been found inside the pyramids. The marvelous architecture of the pyramids is basically just a small branch of Vastushastra. The Egyptians believe in full birth. They believe that after death the soul receives the next body and they keep food near the mummy to protect the soul until the next body. The Vedic scholars of ancient India also knew how to build a pyramid. According to a Spanish researcher, The sphere was placed which was known as the eye of Horus. To the ancient Egyptians this eye was a symbol of protection from danger, royal power and good health

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