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These Unexplained Mysteries About India Will Make Your Head Spin Dull

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Indian history is full of surprises. Moreover, India has given many methods and inventions which started revolutions in the world. However, there are many unexplained mysteries in India, which can change the world if they are revealed. Hence, today we have brought you some of these unexplained mysteries.

 

1. Secret Society Of Ashoka

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According to tales, after seeing the aftermath of the war, Ashoka decided to establish peace and he formed a secret society of 9 men. Many believe that the society still exists. Each member of the society encompasses a book which contains the process of alchemy and killing someone by just touching. This may seem unreal but many believe in this story.

 

2. Dwarka – The City Under Water

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It is said that the entire city is under the sea. Although, 250 firm proofs were found about the city being underwater the entire city is not found. The archeologist used the carbon dating technique to know how old the city is.

 

3. Jatinga Village – A Suicide Point For Birds

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Jatinga village is famous for a bizarre phenomenon. It is believed that it is the suicide point for the birds. Many scientists claim that it is because of the funnel effect. While others said that people of this area hunt the birds. Another explanation was given when the scientists told that there is comparatively more moisture in the air and that hinders the birds from flying.

 

4. The Sixth Vault Of Padmanabhaswamy Temple

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Supreme Court ordered opening the five vaults of Padmanabhaswamy temple. The doors were opened and everyone was surprised as the vaults encompassed treasure. The treasure is worth approximately $22,000,000,000. However, the sixth vault was not opened and many believe that the sixth vault contains the treasure which is much more than the total treasure found in the first five vaults. While others believe that if the door was opened, it will bring the apocalypse.

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5. Living Without Eating For Last 75 Years

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We all know that our body derives energy from the food we eat and that energy is required for survival. But, a monk named Prahlad Jaani is defying the science as he has not eaten anything for last 75 years. The monk claims that when he was 12 years old he was blessed by three girls who seemed like goddesses.

 

6. Son Bhandar Caves

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Son Bhandar Caves are the two rock-cut caves located close together at the southern foot of Vaibhar Hill. Many tales suggest that the caves protect the treasure of Maurya Dynasty. Furthermore, it is said that there is a script written on the walls of the caves. The script is a method to unlock the door to treasure but no one could decode the script.

 

7. Kuldhara – An Abandoned Village In Jaisalmer

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Established around the 13th century, Kuldhara is an abandoned village in the Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan, India. It was once a prosperous village inhabited by Paliwal Brahmins. It was abandoned by the early 19th century for unknown reasons, possibly because of dwindling water supply, or as local legend claims, because of persecution by the Jaisalmer State’s minister Salim Singh. A 2017 study suggests that Kuldhara and other neighboring villages were abandoned because of an earthquake.

There is no doubt; India will be the center of attention for the world if any of these unexplained mysteries is solved. What do you say? Share your thoughts in the comments. Also, you can wake up the scientist inside you and try to explain these mysteries.

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Ravi Dabas
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