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9 uncharted mysteries of Bharata (India)

 

 Indian unsolved mystery

Temples full of mysteries: There are many temples where millions of tons of treasure are buried in the cellars.  For example, in the 7 cellars of Sripadmanabham temple in Kerala, millions of tonnes of gold are pressed.  Out of its 6 cellars, the treasury of about 1 lakh crores has been taken out, but the opening of the 7th cellar has been banned by the royal family after taking orders from the Supreme Court.  After all, what is it in that basement that by opening there is a possibility of destruction?  It is said that the door of that cellar is closed with a particular mantra and it will open only by the mantra.

 A temple in Vrindavan opens and closes on its own.  It is said that Lord Krishna sleeps in the night in the Rangmahal set up in the Nidivan complex.  Even today, Makhan-Mishri is kept as a prasad in Rangmahal.  A bed is also put for sleeping.  When you look at these beds in the morning, you will know clearly that someone had slept here in the night and has also received Prasad.  Not only this, the doors of this temple automatically close as soon as it gets dark, so the temple priests arrange beds and offerings in the temple before it gets dark.

 According to belief, no one stays here during the night.  Leave humans, not even animals and birds.  People have been seeing this for years, but the truth behind the secret has been hidden in front of religious beliefs.  People here believe that if a person stays in this complex at night, he is freed from all the worldly bonds and dies.

 Ashwatthama: You remember Ashwatthama of Mahabharata.  It is said that Ashwatthama still exists.  In fact, according to mythological beliefs, Ashwatthama, who came out to avenge his father’s death, suffered one of his lapses and Lord Krishna cursed him to wander for ages.  It is said that Ashwatthama has been wandering for the last about 5000 years.

 The fort of Asirgarh is 20 km from Burhanpur city of Madhya Pradesh.  It is said that Ashwatthama still comes to worship in the Shiva temple located in this fort.  Local residents narrate many stories related to Ashwatthama.  They tell that whoever saw Ashwatthama, his mental condition deteriorated forever.  Apart from this, it is said that before Ashwatthama Puja, there are also baths in the pond located in the fort.

 Apart from Burhanpur, there is a mention of Ashwatthama wandering on the banks of Gaurighat (Narmada River) in Jabalpur city of Madhya Pradesh.  According to local residents, sometimes they also demand turmeric and oil to stop the blood flowing from their forehead wounds.  In this regard, however, nothing has been found clear and authentic till date.

 Dwarka under the sea: Lord Sri Krishna’s inhabited city on the coast of Gujarat i.e. Dwarka.  This place has religious significance, the mystery is no less.  It is said that this city, settled with the death of Krishna, drowned in the sea.  Even today the remains of that city are present here.  But the proof could not be found till date.  Science does not consider it the construction of Mahabharata.

 Well-known researchers have tried to find out the secret of Dwarka described in the Puranas here, but no study based on scientific facts has been completed yet.  A campaign was launched in 2005 to unravel the mysteries of Dwarka.  The Indian Navy also assisted in this campaign.

 During the expedition, chopped stones were found in the depths of the sea and collected about 200 other specimens from here, but till date it has not been decided whether it is the same city that Lord Krishna settled.  Even today, scientists are engaged in solving this mystery by capturing the depths of the sea through scuba diving.

 Mount Kailash: It is considered to be the largest mysterious mountain in the world.  Only good souls can live here.  It is considered to be the center of unnatural powers.

  Mount Kailash

 This mountain is pyramidal shaped.  According to scientists, it is the center of the Earth.  It is also a center called Axis Mundi.  Axis mundi means the navel or celestial pole of the world and the center of the geographical pole.  It is a point of connection between the heavens and the earth, where ten directions meet.

 According to Russian scientists, Axis Mundi is the place where supernatural power flows and you can make contact with those powers.

 The Kailash mountain structure is similar to the four compass points of the compass and is located in a secluded place, where there are no large mountains.  Climbing Mount Kailash is prohibited, but in the 11th century it was climbed by Milarepa, a Tibetan Buddhist yogi.  This report by Russian scientists was published in the January 2004 issue of the magazine UNSPACIAL.

 Mount Kailash is surrounded by the sources of four great rivers – Sindh, Brahmaputra, Sutlej and Karvali or Ghaghra and two lakes are its base.  First, Mansarovar, which is one of the highest pure water lakes in the world and has the same size as the Sun, and the Monster Lake, which is one of the highest saltwater lakes in the world and is similar to Chandra.  Both these lakes exhibit solar and lunar forces which are related to positive and negative energy.  When viewed from the south, a swastika sign can actually be seen.

 When scientists from Russia, who studied Mount Kailash and its surroundings, met religious leaders in temples in Tibet, they told that there is a supernatural power flow around Mount Kailash in which ascetics still make telepathic contact with spiritual gurus.  Huh.  This mountain is a man-made giant pyramid, the center of a hundred small pyramids.  It is also mentioned in the Ramayana that it is pyramidal.

 There are discussions about seeing the man ie the snow.  They live in the Himalayas.  People say that ghosts and yogis have been seen on the Himalayas with Yeti, who kill and eat people.

 Son Bhandar Cave: The priceless gold reserves of Mauryan ruler Bimbisara is hidden in Rajgir of Bihar.  Rajgir, a small city in Bihar located in the Nalanda district, is considered important in many ways.  The city was the capital of Magadha in ancient times.  It was here that Lord Buddha preached to Bimbisara, the emperor of Magadha.  The city is particularly known for its monuments associated with Buddha.

 Aleya Bhoot Light: Mysterious light was reported several times in the marshy areas of West Bengal.  According to the local people, these are the souls of the fishermen who died while fishing for some reason.  People also call them ghost lights.  It is also said that the fishermen who see this light, either deviate from the path or are unable to live for long.  The bodies of many fishermen have also been found from these marshy areas, but the local administration is not willing to believe that this happened due to ghosts.  According to him, such accidents happen frequently with fishermen.  However, this mystery-clog is yet to be solved.

 Scientists suspect that methane gas is often produced in marshy areas and that they come into contact with an element to produce light.

 Roopkund Lake: This river is located in the Himalayan mountains.  Human skeletons have been found on this coast.  Over the years, various groups of Indian and European scientists made several attempts to solve this mystery, but they failed.

 At the time of excavation in the northern region of India, the National Geographic (Indian Division) has got a huge 22-foot hellfire.  The area known as Empty Kshetra in the desert region of the north is under army control.  This is the area from where Saraswati river once flowed in ancient times.

 In 2007, this skeleton was discovered by the National Geographic team with the help of Indian Army in this area of ​​North India.  The news to this effect was published in some newspapers on 8 September 2007.  However, there has been no confirmation of the veracity of such reports.  Until an authorized statement is issued in this case, it is considered untrue.

 It is said that according to stature, this skeleton resembles the description of Ghatotkach, the Bhima son of Mahabharata.  However, it is also being compared to Bigfoot found in the US, whose average height is estimated at 8 feet.  It is also being compared to the Yeti found in the Himalayas, which is very similar to Bigfoot.

 It is believed that such giant humans lived on the earth between 5 lakh years ago and 12 million years ago, whose weight was about 550 kg.

 Seeing this skeleton shows that once upon a time there used to be such huge human beings in India.  It is believed that this investigation is being kept secret by the Government of India.

 The special thing is that no proof of the existence of such a big man had yet been found.  Were there really human beings of such great size?  This is the first proof that proves how high human beings were in that period.

 Jatinga Village: This village located in Assam has made headlines for bird suicide incidents.  It is said that birds come here and commit suicide.

 Just like the way people come to commit suicide in the dense forest of Aokigahara in Mount Fuji foothills of Japan, the black shadow of death seems to hover over the sky of Jatinga in the cumbersome night of monsoon.  Towards the light, the herds of the flock come to the fort and merge into the cheeks of Kaal.

 What is the reason behind the mass suicide of sparrows could not be ascertained till date.  Many researches have been done to find out this, but nothing can be said concretely about this esoteric mystery of nature.  It is important to know the secrets of this valley situated in the Cachar of Assam.

 Caves of India: There are many ancient caves in India, such as tiger caves, Ajanta-Ellora caves, Elephanta caves and Bhima Betka caves.  Who created all these caves and when?  Its mystery is yet to be solved.  Talking about a united India, the Bamiyan caves of Afghanistan can also be included in it.  Bhimbetka has 750 caves in which 500 caves have rock paintings.  Some historians consider the oldest painting here as 35 thousand years old, while some 12,000 years old.

 The Palaeolithic Bhimbetka caves located in Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh are located at a distance of 46 km from Bhopal.  They are surrounded by Vindhya ranges.  Bhimbetka is situated on the lower part of the hills of Vindhyachal, situated on the southern edge of the plateau of Madhya Bharat.  This place was the center of human activities from pre-Paleolithic to middle Paleolithic.

 Yamdwar of Tibet: In ancient times, Tibet was called Trivishtap.  It used to be a part of united India.  Tibet has been annexed by China.  This is Yama’s gateway, 30 minutes from Darchen in Tibet.

 Yama’s gate falls on the way to the holy Kailash mountain.  According to Hindu belief, it is considered to be the gateway to the house of Yamaraja, the god of death.  It is at the starting point of the circumambulation journey of Mount Kailash.  Tibetans know it as Chorten Kang Nagyi, which means a two-legged stupa.

 It is said that the night stay here cannot survive.  Many such incidents have already happened, but the reasons behind this have not been revealed till date.  Also, there is no evidence of who built this temple gate and when.  There was a lot of research, but no result was found.

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