1. Prahlad Jani, also known as Mataji The Man Who Lived Without Food And Water For Over 70 Years

Prahlad Jani  also known as “Mataji”, (born Chunriwala Mataji, 13 August 1929) is an Indian sadhu who claims to have lived without food and water since 1940. He says that the goddess Amba sustains him.Two observational studies of Jani have been conducted, one in 2003 and one in 2010, both involving Dr Sudhir Shah, a neurologist at the Sterling Hospitals in Ahmedabad, India, who had studied people claiming to have exceptional abilities, including other fasters such as Hira Ratan Manek.

2003 Prahlad Jani stayed for 10 days in the hospital under round-the-clock surveillance. He had no access to food or water, the toilet was sealed and the clothes and sheets were scrutinzed for traces of urine.

In 2010, the yogi was again scrutinized in Sterling Hospital. This time the study lasted 15 days without eating, drinking and urinating. 36 medical experts were involved and this time the Indian Defense Institute (DIPAS) was the exclusive authority.

2. Hanging Pillar Lepakshi temple in Anantpura , Andra Pradesh 

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Among the 70 stone pillars of Veerabhadra temple there is one that hangs from the ceiling. The base of the pillar barely touches the ground and is possible to pass objects such as a thin sheet of paper or a piece of cloth from one side to the other. It is said that the pillar is a bit dislodged from its original position when a British engineer tried to move it in an unsuccessful attempt to uncover the secret of its support.
The Archaeological Survey of India has proven that this pillar was not constructed as a mistake, but was built intentionally to prove the brilliance of the builders of the time.

3. The 1600 Years Old Rust Free Iron Pillar Of Delhi.

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In the Qutb complex of Delhi stands one of the most curious metal objects in the world – the so called “Iron Pillar of Delhi”, which does not seem to rust, despite being over a thousand years old. The height of the pillar, from the top of its capital to the bottom of its base is 7.2 metres, of which 1.1 metre is underground. The base rests on a grid of iron bars soldered with lead into the upper layer of the dressed stone pavement. The pillar’s lower diameter is 420 mm (17 in), and its upper diameter 306 mm (12.0 in). It is estimated to weigh more than six tons.”
While several inscriptions are found on the pillar, the oldest one is a six-line three stanza Sanskrit inscription in verse form. As the name Chandra is mentioned in the third verse, scholars have been able to date the making of the pillar to the reign of Chandragupta II Vikramaditya (375-415 A.D.), a Gupta king.



4. Gyanganj, The City Of Immortal Beings Of The Himalayas

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According to the legends, Gyanganj is believed to be an antediluvian Indian and Tibet tale of a city-kingdom of enigmatic eternal beings that remain concealed from the world. It is said that they exist deep in the Himalayas, however have an influence over mankind in several clandestine ways.
It will enthrall your nerves if you, even for a second, believe that there lies a place where innumerable sage beings orchestrate the evolution of not only human race but all the conscious beings.

It is said that Gyanganj, the dwelling of immortals, is positioned at an isolated valley in the Himalayas. This place is called with different names like Shangri-La, Siddhashram or mostly Shambhala. The advocates of Gyanganj concept say that it is a holy realm that drafts the destiny of all. A point to note here is that you can not access Gyanganj unless you have a ‘Karmic Connection’ with it.

Some really amazing facts about Gyanganj

  • Only accomplished yogis can find it

In some of the ancient Buddhist texts, there are few instructions to access Gyanganj. However, the directions to this place are incomprehensible. It is said that only enlightened yogis can reach there.

  • Cannot be discovered by modern satellites and mapping techniques

It is supposed that Gyanganj is artfully camouflaged in anentirely different surface of genuineness. For this reason, Gyanganj can never be discovered by modern scientific technologies.

  • Gyanganj have its own outlooks; it does not belong to east or west

The legends say that Gyanganj has its peculiar and autonomous foundation in human wisdom and does not belong to East, West or any other philosophy.

  • There is no death in Gyanganj

As per the beliefs, there is no death in Gyanganj. The consciousness always remains alive there.

  • Books and TV serials are inspired by the concept of Gyanganj

‘Lost Horizon, about the lost kingdom of Shangri-La’, the novel of a decorated author James Hilton, is based on the concept of Gyanganj. In addition, Hindu scriptures like ‘Mahabharata’ and ‘Valmiki Ramayana’ also hold references to Siddhashram, which is another name of Gyanganj.



5. The Kongka La Pass In Ladakh Is A Suspected UFO Base

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Kangka La Pass  – a low-ridge pass is a no man’s land in Ladakh is actually a place where UFOs land on earth. Several people on both Indian and Chinese sides say that they have seen UFOs landing in the area.

people say that it is not mere a landing site. According to rumors, the site has an underground UFO base. The people who report to have seen UFO landing, also say that they have seen UFOs emerging out of the ground.
This Kongka La Pass UFO Base theory did not get much credence until 2006. In June 2006, Google Earth’s satellite imagery came up with images that baffled the world.

6. Alien Rock Paintings Of Charama


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Indian archaeologists said they have discovered 10,000-year-old rock paintings of aliens and UFOs in an ancient cave, situated in tribal Bastar region of the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. Chhattisgarh state department of archaeology and culture has asked the Indian Space Research Organisation and the US space agency to help research the compelling find.The paintings have been discovered by archaeologists in a remote tribal Indian village called Charama.Tribal villagers are known to have worshipped the “suspicious” images in the paintings which their ancestors have described as the “Rohela People”.The ancestral legend goes like this: some small sized people would land in the village and take the villagers with them in a round shaped flying object.

7 . Son Bhandar Caves of Rajgir in Bihar 

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The Son Bhandar caves are two rock cut caves that are located at the foot of the Vaibhar Hills. The caves were hollowed in the cliff of the hill during the 3rd and 4th century AD. Inscriptions found inside one of the caves narrates that the caves were constructed by the Jain saint Muni Vairadevi as an abode for the Jain ascetics during that time.

Going by the legends, the cave is said to have a passage, which would take you to a treasury of gold, although the entrance to this cave is hidden in such a manner that it still remains a mystery. The passage is said to be going through the Vaibhagiri mountain and would reach the Saptapami caves on the opposite side of the mountain ranges. Some believe that this treasure belongs to Jarasandha, while a few say it belongs to Bimbisara. Going by Bimbisara’s legend, it is said that when his son Ajatashatru restricted his father from the powers of a royal, his mother is said to have secretly hidden some wealth, which was later donated to a Tirthankara.

On the wall of the cave, there is a trace of carving which resembles that of a doorway and next to it is a ‘difficult to understand’ inscription in the Sankhilpi or Shell script. It is said that this inscription is a password and the person who would read it could open the door and enter the passage. The same inscription has been found in Java and Burma and these too, have never been decoded.

One can also find a black mark above the mysterious doorway, the mark is that of a cannonball launched by the British, who tried to break the wall to enter the passage but remained as an unsuccessful attempt.


8. The Magnetic Hill Of Ladakh

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It is a small stretch of road located about 30 kms from Leh towards Kargil and known as Magnetic Hill of Ladakh. On this particular part of the Srinagar-Leh highway, you would clearly see the road ahead going uphill. Yet if you turned off the engine and let your vehicle stand in neutral, it will slowly start moving and can go up to a speed of 20 kms per hour on its own.
What is believed to be at work behind this mysterious phenomenon is a magnetic force so strong that it can pull cars uphill. It is in fact so notorious that even the aircraft that fly over this region increase their altitude in order to avoid magnetic interference. Every tourist driver that passes through here would kill the engine to let the tourists experience how the car still kept moving

9. The Haunted city of Bhangarh

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Bhangarh Fort is known as the most haunted place in India, and perhaps the greatest unsolved mystery.Venturing into the fort after sunset is nothing short of an act of bravery as it is supposed to be a centre for paranormal activity and the Archaelogical Survey of India therefore has prohibited people from visiting the Bhangarh Fort at night.People have supposedly often heard noises that are unaccounted for. The locals claim to have heard women screaming and crying, bangles breaking and strange music emerging from the fort. There have been instances where a special perfume was emanating from the Bhangarh Fort along with ghostly shadows and inexplicable lights. Some people have felt the strange sensation of being followed and even slapped by an invisible entity. It is believed that if a person enters the fort after sunset, he/she will never ever come out of it. The doors are therefore always locked after dusk and entry into the Bhangarh Fort at night is absolutely forbidden.


10 .The Ghost Village of Kuldhara


Kuldhara is an abandoned village in the Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan, India. Established around 13th century, it was once a prosperous village inhabited by Paliwal Brahmins. It was abandoned by the early 19th century for unknown reasons. The local legend claims that while deserting the village, the Paliwals imposed a curse that no one would be able to re-occupy the village. Those who tried to re-populate the village experienced paranormal activities, and therefore, the village remains uninhabited. In the early 2010s, Gaurav Tiwari of Indian Paranormal Society claimed to have observed paranormal activities at the site. The 18-member team of the Society along with 12 other people spent a night at the village. They claimed to have encountered moving shadows, haunting voices, talking spirits, and other paranormal activities

11. Lonar Crater Lake, Maharashtra


This is the Earth’s largest and only hyper-velocity impact crater in basaltic rock. And was created when a 2 million tonne meteor whilst plummeting towards earth at 90,000 km/hr gouged a hole which was 150 m deep and 1.8 km wide!The lake is both alkaline and saline & micro-organisms which are rarely found anywhere else on earth are supported in this environment. Your compass will never work here, and what lies at the bottom, no one knows.


12 . Jodhpur’s Sonic Boom Of December 18, 2012

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On a fine morning of December 18, 2012, precisely at 11:25 AM, people of Jodhpur, India were startled by a deafening sound that appeared out of nowhere in the sky. The sound resembled the sound caused by a jet plane crossing the speed of sound. This phenomenon is known as sonic boom but the problem with Jodhpur Boom was that the sound was far more profound and deafening.
On a fine morning of December 18, 2012, precisely at 11:25 AM, people of Jodhpur, India were startled by a deafening sound that appeared out of nowhere in the sky. The sound resembled the sound caused by a jet plane crossing the speed of sound. This phenomenon is known as sonic boom but the problem with Jodhpur Boom was that the sound was far more profound and deafening.

13. The flag on top of the Sikhara of Puri’s Jagannath Temple   always floats in opposite direction of the wind.

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The flag on top of the Sikhara of the temple always floats in opposite direction of the wind.

14. The treasure of Nana Saheb


Nana Saheb was the adopted son of last Peshwa Baji Rao II. He was not accepted as a Peshwa by the East India Company and this was the sore point in his relations with the company. His original name was Dhondu Pant and he maintained very good social relations with the English officers although he was not recognized as the Peshwa. He was popular among them. He actively participated in the first war of Indian Independence in 1857 and Tantya Tope his close aide was his commander in Chief. Nana saheb initially agreed to help the Englishmen after the revolt broke out. General Wheeler of Kanpur and his soldiers along with families and civilians were making arrangements for escape by river at sati Chaura Ghat at Kanpur and Maratha soldiers reportedly attacked them without any provocation ( This is debatable ) and most of the English soldiers, civilians including women and children were done to death. This incident has become famous as Sati Chaura Massacre in history books. Obviously the Army of East India Company soon attacked Nana Saheb and his army at Bithoor a strong hold of Nana Saheb and defeated him. Bithoor was ransacked and fort was badly destroyed. Nana Saheb escaped from the place and after this, his where about became a matter of discussion and speculation. It was reported that he escaped to Nepal where he was killed by a Tiger. Some state that he was captured and hanged. Claims have also been made by few that Nana Saheb was never captured and he lived as a ascetic in a cave and died at ripe age. Real truths are yet to be dug out and his disappearance has been a great mystery.

It is also believed that Nana Saheb had great treasure hidden in the palace. After the defeat and escape of Nana Saheb from Bithoor, his palace was ransacked and damaged by the attacking English troops. Lt Malcolm of Royal Engineers who led the English team drained a well completely off water and treasure was detected. There were seven wells in the palace complex. It is learnt that information about the treasure was given by an Indian spy. The treasure consisted of a gold plate, silver items, Silver Howda and boxes of gold coins neatly packed and kept. It was estimated that the cost was about Rs 2 lakhs value of the coins at those times. But it was also believed that Nana saheb took away major portion of treasure with him during his escape to Nepal. The question is where Nana sahib had hidden the treasure in Nepal. It is also not sure whether his treasure was completely un- earthed in his destroyed palace. More than 155 years have passed since the revolt and the above questions still remain unanswered.

It is learnt that the Royal Government of Nepal conducted digging operations after 100 years of the revolt at a place close to Kathmandu in search of the treasure of Nana sahib that was believed to have been hidden buried by the widow of Nana Saheb and his followers. This was the place where they took reportedly took refuge. This was reported in a news paper 0f March 27, 1957. However it is not known whether any thing was un earthed. It has been also learnt that Nana saheb had to leave some heavy items in the river Ganges while escaping as the burden was high. This reportedly included a golden Ganesh statue of 20 Kg that was recovered by a fisherman after 60 years of escape and that it was sold to a person in Kanpur. It is believed that the idol is worshiped by the family. Some researchers are of opinion that Nana sahib probably could not have taken the great amount of treasure with him in view of the circumstances and the prevailing situation at that time after his defeat. The suspense still remains and the mystery is alive.