This Is 'KRISHNA'S BUTTER BALL' Which No One Could Ever Move Till Now!

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At Mahabalipuram, a massive 250 tons rock stands unbalanced on a slippery slope of a hill at 45 degree, known as ‘Krishna’s Butter Ball’. At Mahabalipuram, a massive 250 tons rock stands unbalanced on a slippery slope of a hill at 45 degree, known as ‘Krishna’s Butter Ball’.

At Mahabalipuram, a massive 250 tons rock stands unbalanced on a slippery slope of a hill at 45 degree, known as ‘Krishna’s Butter Ball’.

It has defied all Physics laws. No one could ever move it even a bit! No one understands that how it stands on less than 4 feet base. It has defied all Physics laws. No one could ever move it even a bit! No one understands that how it stands on less than 4 feet base.

It has defied all Physics laws. No one could ever move it even a bit! No one understands that how it stands on less than 4 feet base.

In 1908, Arthur Lawley who was the Governor of Madras, attempted to move it by 7 elephants but he failed. In 1908, Arthur Lawley who was the Governor of Madras, attempted to move it by 7 elephants but he failed.

In 1908, Arthur Lawley who was the Governor of Madras, attempted to move it by 7 elephants but he failed.

Tourists posing under this gravity defying bolder! Tourists posing under this gravity defying bolder!

Tourists posing under this gravity defying bolder!

The stone is believed to have been here for the last 1200 years, and is heavier than all monolithic stones. The stone is believed to have been here for the last 1200 years, and is heavier than all monolithic stones.

The stone is believed to have been here for the last 1200 years, and is heavier than all monolithic stones.

This is the other side of the rock which makes it a half circle, and the reason for the erosion is still unknown! This is the other side of the rock which makes it a half circle, and the reason for the erosion is still unknown!

This is the other side of the rock which makes it a half circle, and the reason for the erosion is still unknown!

This giant rock is inspiration behind the famous mud dolls called Tanjavur Bommai, the one which never falls! This giant rock is inspiration behind the famous mud dolls called Tanjavur Bommai, the one which never falls!

This giant rock is inspiration behind the famous mud dolls called Tanjavur Bommai, the one which never falls!

This maasive boulder is located in Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu on a hill slope near the Ganesh Ratha, it is renowned as 'KRISHNA BUTTER BALL',  the rock is said to be Lord Krishna’s favourite food, ‘butter’ fallen from above. It weights 250 tons and standing at 45 degrees on extremely slippery slope which is less than 4 feet tall. It has defied all laws of physics which could not understand how it doesn't slips the slope ever even when there is no support. 
It is said that in 1908, Governor of Madras Arthur Lawley decided to remove the ball from its position. Seven elephants were brought to remove it, but that did not move the stone by even an inch.
There is also one more story to it, he Pallava King Narasimhavarman who ruled South India from 630-668 C.E. tried to remove the rock.
He gave specific order that the rock which was considered to be from the heavens must never be touched. However, a frustrated Narasimhavarman was forced to watch that his orders could not be carried out. Despite all efforts, the rock simply did not move.

Several attempts to move the rock have been made, but none of them has been successful until now and no one knows the reason behind it, not even science!

It has become a favourite among tourists!
A must see!
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