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1000 Years Old Varun Dev Mandir in Karachi, Pakistan
Varun Dev Mandir in Manora Island Beach, Karachi, Pakistan is estimated to be 1000 years old, used as public toilet. Now repaired with USA ambassador funds for cultural preservation. Few believe that around 16th century, a wealthy sailor, Bhojomal Nancy …

600 Years Old Tamil Bell found in New Zealand
Who discovered New Zealand ? Certainly Indian tamilians atleast during late 14th or early 15th century, but not Abel Tasman. Tamil Bell is a broken bronze bell discovered in approximately 1836 by missionary William Colenso. It was being used as …

Tamil Brahmi Script of 1st century BCE found in Egypt & Oman
A broken storage jar with inscriptions in Tamil Brahmi script (written in a combination of Tamil and the Brahmi script) has been excavated at Quseir-al-Qadim, an ancient port with a Roman settlement on the Red Sea coast of Egypt. This …

URU – Lost Civilization of Australia & Vedic (Indian) Connection
Australian bush man with Vedic (Vaishnavite) Tilak on forehead[/caption]Indigenous Australians are the original inhabitants of the Australian continent and nearby islands, who are estimated to have migrated from Africa to Asia 70,000 years ago and then from Asia to Australia …

New Zealand & Paracas Trident in Peru – Ramayana Connection
Ramayana describes about 4 teams of Vanaras(humans with tails who wander in forest) going in 4 different directions to find King Rama’s kidnapped wife Seetha. Vanara king Sugreeva describes to team that travelled towards east, that first they will …

Gympie Pyramid of Australia described in Ramayana
Gympie Pyramid is a low terraced structure located in the outskirts of Gympie in Queensland, Australia. Many archaeologists claim that this structure was built by european immigrants in late 19th century or early 20th century. Few claim that it has …

Mysterious Nazca Lines in Desert of Southern Peru
Nazca Lines (næzkə) are a series of ancient geoglyphs located in the Nazca Desert in southern Peru. Located in the arid Peruvian coastal plain, some 400 km south of Lima, the geoglyphs of Nasca and the pampas of …

Endemic Species of Socotra Island, Yemen
Socotra (Arabic: سُقُطْرَى‎ Suquṭra), also spelled Soqotra, is a small archipelago of four islands in the Indian Ocean and out of them, the largest island, also called as Socotra Island, is about 95% of the total land mass. This …