Top 7 Unexplained Miracles In India – Art And Culture!

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Mythologies are the most important feature of every culture, religion, country and historical events. There are traditional narratives, which may or may not be related to


nature or some natural events. Indian mythology refers majorly to the Ramayana, Mahabharata, Puranas, Sangam literature, Periya Puranam, Vedas etc…


As mentioned in the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, Vimanas were flying palaces and chariots which were flown by the Gods. In the past decade, archaelogists have


found many evidences which suggest the truth in the existence of ‘Vimanas’ and many references have been made in the popular culture as well.

City of Dwarka

A city in the state of Gujarat, Dwarka is one of the seven oldest cities in the world. Dwarka was the dwelling place of Lord Krishna, which was later destroyed by the sea.


After thousands of years, people have found samples and establishments which date back to the 3000 BC.

Ram Sethu

It is also Adam’s Bridge and Rama’s Bridge. As mentioned in Ramayana, Ram Sethu is the bridge that Lord Rama made to reach the island kingdom of Ravana in Lanka.


The bridge has now gone underwater but is still visible.

Jwala Devi Temple

The temple is located in Kangra in Himachal Pradesh. The temple has a set of flames which is always burning.


As the legend goes, when Hindu goddess, Dakshayani’s body was divided into 51 parts, the goddess’ tongue fell here.

Hanuman Garhi

Hanuman Garhi is a temple of Lord Hanuman in Ayodhya.


According to the beliefs, Lord Hanuman waited there patiently when Lord Rama was in exile..

Nuclear War in Mahabharata

There are certain beliefs that an atomic bomb was used in the war of Mahabharata and many evidences have been found around the Indus,


majorly in the region of Mohenjodaro, now Pakistan.

Amarnath Temple

It is a temple in Jammu and Kashmir which has been dedicated to Shiva. As per the legends, Shiva explained the secret of life and eternity to Goddess Parvati.


There is a Shiva Linga in the temple which is made up of ice. The worshippers believe that the lingam grows and shrinks according to the phases of the moon though there is no scientific evidence for the phenomena

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