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300 BCE Indian Ivory Statue found in Pompeii, Italy
Indian ivory statue of a female found in ruins of ancient Pompeii, Italy and mistaken as ‘Goddess Lakshmi Idol‘. This statuette is estimated to be from pre-mauryan period (before 300 BCE) and during that time, India had trading relations with few european countries. In 1939, Italian…

Ancient Siva Temples (Kedarnath to Rameswaram) on Straight Line
Many ancient Lord Siva temples from Kedarnath till Rameswaram with Kaleshwaram, Sri Kalahasti, Ekambareswar at Kancheepuram, Thillai Nataraja Temple at Chidambaram are aligned in a geographic straight line around 79° E 41’54” Longitude Siva has five temples built, representing the manifestation of Linga in 5 elements…

Many Smuggled Stone Idols found in Tamil Nadu
Police recovered 7 smuggled stone idols of hindu gods from cauvery river near Thiruverumbur, which are suspected to have been stolen for selling out of India. It is assumed that smugglers might have stolen these idols to transport them out of the country, but fearing the…

SahasraLinga, Thousand Siva Lingas under Water at Sirsi
About one thousand Siva Lingas, idols of Goddess Parvati, Nandi, Ganesha etc were discovered under water due to receding water levels in the district of Uttara Kannada of Karnataka state in India. The place, known as Sahasralinga is a pilgrimage located around 17 km from the…

Consanguineous Relationship discussed in Yama Yami Story
Rig Veda [10.10] has a conversation where Consanguineous Relationship and invention of night, first death are discussed by Yama and his twin sister Yami. Yama and Yami were children of Vivasvat (an aspect of Surya, the Sun God) and Saranyu (the Cloud or Aurora) is the…

Heliodorus Greek Ambassador followed Vaishnavism in 113 BCE
Heliodorus Greek Ambassador was sent to India by Bactria King Antialcidas Nikephoros, who ruled during 2nd century BCE. The famous Heliodorus pillar is a stone column that was erected around 113 BCE in central India in Vidisha near modern Besnagar, in Madhya Pradesh state. The pillar…

Coconut Breaking Ritual, alternate to Human Ego Sacrifice
Coconut breaking ritual in hindu temples is a quantum intention accelerator experiment, origin of tradition, reasons and significance, butterfly effect, similarity with Jesus Christ shedding his blood. Coconut water spilling electrolytic plasma similar to water of RBC in human blood. It has lauric acid content similar…

Hinglaj Mata Mandir in Balochistan, Pakistan
Hinglaj Mata Mandir is a famous ‘shakti peetha’ of Goddess Sati. The cave temple is situated on the Hingol River Banks in Hinglaj, a town on the Makran coast in the Lasbela district of Balochistan, Pakistan, and is the middle of the Hingol National Park. It…

Holi Festival Significance – Scientific & Spiritual
Holi Festival Significance in Puranas, usage of natural gulaal color from Palaash flowers, advantage of spraying water producing negative ions good for skin and mental health. Holi (होली or Holī) is a colorful festival celebrated just before the commencement of spring season in India and Nepal.…

Gautama Buddha Year of Birth is 1887 BCE
Indian history written by Britishers have tried to fix most of the events 1000 years later to match their idea of the world being created in 4004 BCE. In this process, many western historians including Sir Willian Jones have tried to merge Chandra Gupta-Maurya with Chandra…