2,400-Year-Old Ancient Bunkers, Made In Case Of Nuclear War Were Discovered In India

Another fantastic find in the Indian state of Bihar. Two constructed caverns have been discovered at a distance of around 22 kilometers near the town of Gaya. They were made artificially 2,400 years ago, according to academics. We may say that a sort of Buddhists or Hindus formerly resided in those caves, depending on how accurate the writings on the cave walls are.

The only thing about these caves that confuses scholars is how flawlessly thick the arches are and how smooth the walls are for the time period they belong to.

Given what we know about history, we must conclude that the only answer is the employment of a technology we don’t understand. Otherwise, even imagining that these structures might have been erected with only what we know now would be very difficult.

According to some ideas, these caverns were erected as a bomb shelter, a form of the bunker in the event of an atomic war.

These hypotheses raise issues about who would have been able to create them and where he would have obtained the requisite technology if atomic bombs were even a threat at the time, and whether these caverns could be made by ancient and remote cultures.

The Mahabharata epic, written in Sanskrit, is made up of stories about enigmatic entities with the sophisticated technology in ancient India. Furthermore, Ramanaya makes a direct allusion to a probable nuclear event about 10,000 BC.

The interesting site of Mohenjo Daro provides convincing proof that certain areas on Earth appear to have been affected by a nuclear explosion.



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