In the Mahabharata, Lord Krishna is said to have lived in the legendary city of Dvaraka (or Dwarka). The city appears to be real, but further research is prohibited.
The Mahabharata, the Harivansha, the Bhagavata Purana, the Skanda Purana, and the Vishnu Purana all mention Dwarka.
This Dwarka was claimed to have been near the modern city of Dwarka, but it was eventually deserted and sunk into the sea. It’s said to be over 30,000 years old, and it could hold the key to determining whether these legends were true or not.
Divers uncovered sandstone walls, cobblestone walkways, and signs of a bustling harbour in only 70 feet of water. This was a great city that Lord Krishna reigned over.
According to Hindu legend, Lord Krishna was besieged in the mythical Dwarka by a king named Salwa. The descriptions of the conflict, according to ancient astronaut theories, point to the usage of alien technology.
Salwa assaulted the city in what appears to be a spacecraft, hurling down energy weapons that resemble lightning, according to ancient Sanskrit literature.
In this fashion, he obliterated significant sections of the city. When this happened, the god Krishna, the king of the city, retaliated by shooting weaponry against the spaceship.
The weapons are referred to as arrows, but they aren’t your typical arrows. When they were launched, they were believed to roar like thunder and resemble lightning bolts or sun beams.
As a result, the spaceship began to appear in multiple locations at the same time, according to reports. It appeared to be moving in a manner similar to recent UFO descriptions.
So, there’s a metal flying vehicle that’s raining rockets down on a metropolis. According to mythology, Krishna eventually left Earth and his city of Dwarka was sunk beneath the waves.
For many people, descriptions of fantastic old cities in Indian Sanskrit scriptures were simply legend, but that has all changed with the discovery of the remnants of a sunken metropolis off the coast of India near Dwaraka.
THOUGH… THE GOVERNMENT PROHIBITED ANY FURTHER EXPLORATION.
Why did the Indian government order the first Dwarka excavation crew to suspend all work on the ruins beneath the Arabian Sea?
Why is it now banned to conduct any fresh research? Did India’s forefathers see an alien conflict?
Could there be proof that could forever impact the globe if the mythical city mentioned in Hindu literature turns out to be real?