14 amazing and thrilling secrets of Indian history

14 amazing and thrilling secrets of Indian history

History always teaches something or the other, but it contains innumerable mysteries which humans try to solve at every step. Some secrets are new and some are centuries old! There are many such stories in Indian history, in which there are many secrets hidden, which scientists and historians have always been trying to know.

Let's get to know some of these stories. If you can solve them, then please write in the comment box. Do you know if any of these unresolved questions can be answered?

"14 amazing and thrilling secrets of Indian history"

14 amazing and thrilling secrets of Indian history

1. Anonymous Indus Valley Civilization.
Indus Valley Civilization is the oldest culture of India. The Indus Valley Civilization is also very old, large, mysterious and full of many unresolved questions from Egypt (Egyptian) and Mesopotamian civilization. There is no concrete evidence about the people who started this civilization. Not only this, even 4000 years old Indus pictorial script used by him could not be understood till date. It is difficult to understand the culture of that era and the innumerable mysteries related to it. There are many theories given about civilization, but no one is decisive.

2. Alien Numa Shell Picture of Charama
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Ancient caves have been found near Charama village in Bastar tribal area of ​​Chhattisgarh, where pictures of people resembling other planets were found on the stones. Archaeologist J.K. R. Bhagat says that the faces in the pictures look different and some pictures are also from the flying saucer. This tells a story related to the villagers, in which people called Rohela come here from the flying saucer and kidnap the villagers. The Chhattisgarh Archaeological Department has asked the Indian Space Research Organization and the US space agency NASA (NASA) to help in this mission.
14 amazing and thrilling secrets of Indian history


3. Son Bhandar Caves of Bihar
Sone Bhandar Caves of Bihar are made of a large stone and it is said that these caves are of the time of Magadhan King Bimbisara. People believe that Bimbisara king used these caves to hide his treasure. Son Bhandar means 'treasure of gold'. When his son Ajatashatru was imprisoned by Bimbisara, by his command his wife hid the state treasury in the caves. There is an inscription written in the manuscript found here, which probably has the key to reach this treasure. The British used cannon shells at the door to get the treasure, whose marks are still visible but they could not find anything.
14 amazing and thrilling secrets of Indian history


4. Nine strangers
India's 'nine unfamiliar people' are considered one of the biggest mysteries around the world. Experts believe that in 273 BC, when there was a war of Kalinga in which 100,000 people were killed, Emperor Ashoka formed a group of these nine persons. Each of the nine people had a lot of knowledge on a subject, which included topics such as tourism, science and war skills. There is no complete information about all those 9 people, but it is believed that their descendants still exist today.

14 amazing and thrilling secrets of Indian history

5. Treasury of Mir Osman Ali
Mir Osman Ali Khan, the seventh and last Nizam of the Asaf Jah regime of Hyderabad, was famous for his wealth and collection of treasures. In 1937, Time magazine honored him as the richest man in the world. All the jewels and treasures collected by him were not found even after his death. People say that the entire treasure is hidden in the Kothi Palace in Hyderabad where the Nizam used to live.

14 amazing and thrilling secrets of Indian history

6. Lama Tenzin's 500-Year-Old Mummy
There is a small town called Ghuin near Spiti in the Himalayas, where the culture of making mummies, which is prevalent in the old times, is seen. A small room of 500 years old mummy is kept here which has been protected by glass. It is the mummy of the 15th century Mahanta Sangha Tenzin, whose skin and head hair are still intact today. This mummy is the first natural mummy.

14 amazing and thrilling secrets of Indian history


7. The royal treasure of Jaigarh Fort
Jaivana Fort of Jaigarh is famous for the world's largest wheeled topo but is also famous for plot and stories of treasures. It is said that after winning the Afghanistan war, Akbar's Defense Minister Man Sing kept the treasure he had won in the war hidden in this fort. In 1977, the then Prime Minister Smt. Indira Gandhi ran a mission to find the treasure and water tank in the fort. But nothing was found in it. The whole story of this mission is read in a book called 'A Princess Remembers' written by Maharani Gayatri Devi.

14 amazing and thrilling secrets of Indian history

8. Nanasaheb's disappearance
Nanasaheb was the leader of the 1857 rebellion that defied British rule. Nanasaheb Achanak disappeared one day after the rebellion. No one knows in history what is said to be a looted treasure by him. The story is also that he went to Nepal with the treasure and the British did not touch it. Nanasaheb and his treasure have remained a mystery since British times.

14 amazing and thrilling secrets of Indian history


9. Kuldhara - ghost infested village
After 20 km west of Jaisalmer, there is a ghost-infested Kuldhara village where the Paliwal Brahmins lived 100 years ago. Around 1500 people left this village in one night and left. No one was aware of what he said and why he went, but people believe that because of the evil ruler Salim Sing and his imposed rent, people left the village, and also gave a curse to the village as they went. After that incident, whoever decided to stay in the village died, that is why this village did not settle till today.

10. Chapati Movement
The Chapati movement was started during the Revolt of 1857, which is not much known, so it remains a mystery till date. It has been told by some studies that it was the aim to reach people affected by cholera with chapati, but no one knows the true purpose of this movement even today. Historians believe that this movement created panic in the British Raj in 1857.

14 amazing and thrilling secrets of Indian history


11. Death of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose
There are innumerable stories about the death of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, which remains a mystery even today. No one knows what happened to him in the plane from Taipei to Tokyo. This is an unresolved question of independent India. After his disappearance, it is said that he came back to India and lived in northern India disguised as a monk. There is no evidence but it is believed that Subhash Chandra Bose was the sadhu Gumnami Baba living in Faizabad, Uttar Pradesh.

14 amazing and thrilling secrets of Indian history

12. Premature death of Lal Bahadur Shastri
Just two years after becoming the Prime Minister of India, the sudden death of Lal Bahadur Shastri in another country was a misfortune for the country and also the biggest mystery. He died of a heart attack in Tashkent in 1966. Blue spots and cuts were on his body, but neither his post-mortem nor any documents related to his death were given to the government. Therefore, there was always a question mark over his death.

13. Rebirth of Shantidevi
A child was reborn in Delhi named Shantidevi. Shantidevi informed her family members about her first birth home and family. A committee founded by Mahatma Gandhi searched and recorded the information given by Shantidevi.

14. A yogi is living without eating or drinking anything
In the village of Ambaji, 200 km from Ahmedabad, a weak bastion known as Chunriwala Mataji lives ascetic. His real name is Pralhad Jani. He says that from the age of 11, he became a devotee of Goddess Amba and associated with spirituality. They say that Goddess blessed them with nectar, which they keep reaching the body through the hole of the palate. In 2003, a medical research team of 21 people monitored this yogi by video but nothing came out. Yogi says that since 1940, he has been living without eating anything.






Dinesh Kumar

Author & Editor

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