Bhangarh Fort, India

Bhangarh Fort: India’s most haunted Place

The abandoned fort of Bhangarh is thought to be the most haunted place in India, so much so that the Archaeological Survey of India has forbidden access to the site between sunset and sunrise, and locals have moved their town...

/ 2014-07-02
Ellora Caves with waterfall

The magnificent Ellora Caves of India

The Ellora Caves are an impressive complex of Buddhist, Hindu and Jain cave temples built between the 6th and 10th centuries AD near the ancient Indian village of Ellora in the Indian state of Maharashtra.

/ 2014-06-27
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Proof that Guru Nanak Dev ji wasn’t Muslim

It is a recognised trait in our Muslim brother(s) that he will always try to big-up his faith, this may be due to personnel insecurities but this is to such an extent that much time is wasted in false propaganda....

/ 2014-06-25
Village of twin

The Village Of Twins

Kodinhi is a village in Malappuram district in Kerala. The village is situated close to the town of Tirurangadi and is home to around 2,000 families. The village’s claim to fame is the abnormal amount of twins born there. Kodinhi...

/ 2014-06-20

Holy Man Hasn’t Eaten or Drank For 70 Years

Prahlad Jani, a holy man in India claims that he didn’t eat or drink for 70 years and lives without any kind of food or water. He cleaim that he was blessed by holy goddess, which has enabled him to...

/ 2014-06-19
Ancient Dwarka

Dwarka Mythical City Found Under Water

According to ancient Sanskrit literature, the Lord Krishna founded the holy city of Dwarka, which subsequently got submerged under sea.

/ 2014-06-18
vimana

Vimana – Ancient Flying Machine

A Vimana is a word with several meanings ranging from temple or palace to mythological flying machines described in Sanskrit texts like Yajurveda, Mahabharata, Samarangana Sutradhara, Rigveda, Ramayana and even older ones. As well as being able to fly within...

/ 2014-06-17