VIDEO: The Hanging Pillar at Lepakshi, located in Andhra Pradesh, India, is a marvel of ancient architecture. Situated within the Veerabhadra Temple, this extraordinary granite pillar defies gravity by not touching the ground entirely. A small gap allows a sheet of paper to pass beneath it. The pillar’s intricate carvings and engineering brilliance showcase the architectural expertise of the Vijayanagara period. According to local legend, builders intentionally left it hanging to showcase their skills, and some believe disturbing the pillar brings bad luck. Visitors marvel at this architectural wonder, appreciating the skill and craftsmanship of India’s rich heritage.