There are many Mysteries related to India, which is not solved yet. For knowing that Mysteries read this article.
1. Mysteries about Disappearance of the Indus Valley Civilization
The Indus Valley civilization is perhaps the oldest mystery in India. There are many unsolved questions about this great civilization, which is larger than the Ancient Egyptian and Mesopotamian civilizations combined. The secret behind its creator and his puzzling 4,000-year-old Indus hieroglyph has yet to be discovered. Also, perhaps the most confusing fact about this civilization is that all of its major sites suddenly declined and disappeared around the same time. There are several theories as to why this happens, but none are very sure.
2. Mysteries about Alien Rock Paintings Of Charama
Puzzling ancient petroglyphs found in a cave near the town of Charama in the Bastar tribal area of Chhattisgarh. Consequently, The archaeologist JR Bhagat who discovered them said that they depict unforgettable featureless humanoids and other flying disc paintings. Interestingly, there are various legends in the nearby villages. The little “Rothera” people once fell from the sky on a circular flying object and kidnapped one or two villagers.
3. Son Bhandar Caves of Bihar
The son of Bihar Rajgir, the cave, a single huge rock, is believed that Bihar’s wealth is a lot of Bimbisara wealth. A king of Magadan who loves the treasures. My son Bharsar literally translates to Gold. Bimbisara is a place where his wife hides treasures to her order when her son was imprisoned by Ajatashaatru. The non-lithic inscription of the Sankhlipi scripts engraved on the keys of the wall states of the Western cave to open the door. Furthermore, The British tried to bomb their way through the door that was once envied, but without success, I still left a visible black mark.
4. The Yogi Who Lives On Nothing
In a place called Ambaji, about 200 kilometers away from Ahmedabad, lived a fragile ascetic in his eighties, commonly known as Kasugawara Mataji. Prahlad Jani became a believer of the Goddess Anba by virtue of spirituality at the age of 11. He also claimed that he was blessed by the Goddess. She gave him superhuman powers through the elixir that fell from a hole in his upper jaw. In 2003, a medical research team composed of 21 experts conducted a scientific study on him and conducted continuous video surveillance on him. However, the investigation failed to explain Jani’s power. He claimed that he had been without food and water and since 1940.
5. Untimely Death of Lal Bahadur Shastri
Lal Bahadur Shastri (Lal Bahadur Shastri) suddenly disappeared two years after taking office as Prime Minister of India, which happened in a foreign country. This is the first time such a thing has happened in the history of the modern world. He died of a suspected cardiac arrest in Tashkent in 1966, leading to reports of the dark conspiracy behind his death.
6. Mysteries about Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s Disappearance
The death of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose is still covers in secret, and we ask ourselves more about the theory of conspiracy. What happened after the Netaji flight takes off from Taipei to Tokyo? This was one of the free mysteries in India. A few years after Bose’s disappearance. He returned to India and has been harmed as North India Sadhu.
7. The Ghost Village of Kuldhara
The ghost town of Kuldhara is located 20 kilometers west of Jaisalmer and was a prosperous city in Paliwal Brahmins hundreds of years ago. Until one deadly night, the 1,500 residents left the town without a trace. No one knows the exact reason, but according to legend, they left the village to escape the evil ruler Salim Singh and his unfair taxes, and when they left, they left a curse on the area. Therefore, it says that anyone who tries to stay in the village dies miserably. To this day, Kurdistan remains uninhabited.
8. The 500-year old Mummy of Lama Tenzin
A hike in the Himalayas into the small town of Ghuen in Spiti reveals the ancient and mysterious tradition of self-made mummification. Here, in a small one-room concrete structure, stands a 500-year-old mummy, protected by only a thin layer of glass. This mummy is the remains of the 15th century Sangha Tenzin (Sangha Tenzin), well preserved, with intact skin and hair on the head. Sangha Tenzin’s body apparently underwent mysterious natural mummification.
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