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Twin Telepathy between Twin Kings of Kashmir in 1st Century BCE
Kashmir King Sreshtasena who was also named Pravarasena or Tunjina, ruled from Srinagar for 30 years between 46-16 BCE had twin sons named Hiranya and Toramana. They were identical twins and king passed a rule that both his sons will be kings after his death. According…

Chanakya and Chandragupta Maurya ruled Magadha from 1534 BCE
Chanakya and Chandragupta Maurya (16th century BCE) were confused with Chandragupta (4th century BCE) by Indian historians. This error created a gap of almost 1200 years in History. This article is continuation in Series of List of Magadha Kings since 4159 BCE. Chanakya wanted to replace…

Levitating 90 Kg Stone at Shivapur Dargah
Shivapur is a small town in the state of Maharashtra, India. This village, 180 kms east of Mumbai, is famous for its levitating 90 kg stone that mysteriously levitates in accordance with a Muslim Sufi mystic saint who lived here in 15th century. A saint named…

Palani Temple Pillar has Surya Yantra
Recently renovated pillar in the Palani temple, Tamil Nadu has an inscription with 9 squares. This is Surya (Sun) Yantra but not Sudoku game. Each square has non repeating numbers which total to 15 (horizontally, ventically and diagonally). Archaeologists discovered on a stone pillar in a…

Paika Rebellion in 1817 in Odisha against East India Company
Paika Rebellion or Paika Bidroha was the first armed rebellion against the British East India Company’s rule in Odisha during 1817. Paiks were the traditional landed militia of Odisha, who served as warriors and were charged with policing functions during peacetime. The Paiks were organised into…

Golconda Fort, Originally Mangaladevi Temple, discovered in 1080 CE
Golconda Fort originally was Mangala Devi Temple, discovered by Ram Dev Rao, a shepherd on a hill named ‘Golla Konda‘ during 1080 CE. He constructed a small temple around the goddess Mangala Devi idol and later Kakatiya rulers rebuilt a bigger temple. The hill was called…