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Bridge of Rama: Traces of an Ancient Advanced Civilization

We have often spoken about the mysteries of the ancient India. By studying and analyzing its secrets we tried to lift ‘Maya’s veil’, which sometimes seems to overshadow it but outshine many of its ancient remains. Each piece found seems to

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The Mystery of the Skeletons in Roopkund Lake, India

India has many mysteries, but none quite as strange as the Skeletons in Roopkund Lake. Roopkund is a high altitude glacial lake in Uttarakhand state of India, it lies in the lap of Trishul massif and famous due to hundreds

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1000-year-old Buddha statue or mummified monk: Mystery unfolded!

A gold-painted Chinese statue of a sitting Buddha hides mummified remains of a high-status monk who lived nearly 1,000 years ago, scientists have found. The secret hidden in the statue was first discovered when preservationists began restoring the statue many years

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Dwarka Mythical City Found Under Water

Dwarka, one of the best-studied underwater sites in India, has commanded much attraction, also because the site is considered as one of the four Dhamas (sacred place for pilgrimage) of the Hindu religion. According to ancient Sanskrit literature, the Lord

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Vishnu Idol Found in Russia

There is much evidence—archeological and linguistic—to support the notion that the ancient Vedic (Aryan) civilization was spread far beyond India, and that it was much earlier than the civilizations we have been taught to believe were the first. Controversial historian

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Ancient: Kumari Kandam – The Lost Continent

Kumari Kandam is the legendary sunken continent, according to many of the ancient extant Tamil literatures and some of the Sanskrit literatures. Almost 100 years back tamil nationalists came to identify and associate Kumari Kandam with Lemuria, a hypothetical “lost

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Mystery of Red Rain in India

The Kerala red rain phenomenon was a blood rain (red rain) event that occurred from 25 July to 23 September 2001, when heavy downpours of red-coloured rain fell sporadically on the southern Indian state of Kerala, staining clothes pink. Yellow,

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These temples in Pakistan are now madrasas

In 1992, after the destruction of the Babri Masjid in India, some of the students led the mobs to vandalise the very buildings others tried to protect as centres of learning. Haroon Khalid  · Sep 27, 2015  We stood at

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