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bhai,its Archaeological survey of India who're digging this.if Gold is there,then its jackpot,if its other metal,then even thats some gain,and don't forget the archaeological value of that.by the way,no way a man writes to cabinet minister if he didn't have some confidence on himself..do you dare to do this??? :azn:

by the way,its true or not,we'll know soon.but i'll not be wondered if they actually got gold.cause,we got this kind of news quite some in the past.there was news of a temple opposite of Jagganath temple where some masons discovered room full of bricks of silver worth 90 crore only few years ago..

Silver worth Rs 90 crore found in Puri Mutt | NDTV.com

these temples are literally most rich organizations in the country..

and another thing,the sadhu claimed there is at least 2500 ton gold there..we're going to be rich if its true.. :cheesy:
lets see ager kuch na nikla tab bhi gaaon waloon ka TALAAB to pakka hai :omghaha:
 
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lets see ager kuch na nikla tab bhi gaaon waloon ka TALAAB to pakka hai :omghaha:
Bhai Jaan though I think that there won't be any gold but there have been some indications in survey that there could be some metal (may be medival pots etc) there. Anyway there are hindu temples in India who have got Billions of dollar assets. Eg- There is a temple in Kerala in which have assets(gold, diamonds) worth $18 Billions while if you take their antique values then it could be 10 times more.
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Bhai Jaan though I think that there won't be any gold but there have been some indications in survey that there could be some metal (may be medival pots etc) there. Anyway there are hindu temples in India who have got Billions of dollar assets. Eg- There is a temple in Kerala in which have assets(gold, diamonds) worth $18 Billions while if you take their antique values then it could be 10 times more.
Padmanabhaswamy Temple - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
wish them best of luck yaar .:) its their gold money wealth i am just enjoying the situation as others . no good baad feelings . but if they found i will start digging every old closed temple and fort in pakistan :omghaha:
 

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wish them best of luck yaar .:) its their gold money wealth i am just enjoying the situation as others . no good baad feelings . but if they found i will start digging every old closed temple and fort in pakistan :omghaha:
lols there's no gold buddy. Baba ji ka thullu milega waha but yeah ASI may find some medival items there like pots etc.
 

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Holy man Shobhan Sarkar's dream sparks $50b treasure hunt in India


A holy man's dream has prompted a massive treasure hunt in India.

ARCHAEOLOGISTS began digging for treasure beneath a 19th century fort in India after a Hindu holy man said a former king appeared to him in a dream and told him of a $50 billion cache.

The treasure hunt began after Hindu swami Shobhan Sarkar relayed his dream to an Indian government minister who was visiting the swami's ashram last month.

The swami said the spirit of King Rao Ram Baksh Singh, who was hanged in 1858 after rising up against British colonial forces, told him to take care of the 1000-tonne treasure hidden under the late king's fort in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.

Indian geological and archaeological officials surveyed the area on Sunday and found evidence of heavy metal about 20 metres underground, District Magistrate Vijay Karan Anand said. Digging would the only way to confirm which type of metal.

The Archaeological Survey of India said it would begin digging under a temple contained within the ruins of the old fort.

A host of interested parties have already lined up to stake a claim to the treasure, believed to be in gold and silver.

One of the king's descendants, Navchandi Veer Pratap Singh, said "if gold is really found there, we should get our share."

Uttar Pradesh state authorities, as well as local officials, also said they had a right to the wealth.

"The treasure trove should be used for the development of the state," local lawmaker Kuldeep Senger said. Uttar Pradesh, with a staggering population of 200 million, is one of the poorest and least developed states in India.

Residents of the impoverished Daundia Khera village, who have no access to electricity, said they have long known about the treasure from stories told by their elders.

"Everyone in the village knows about it," said 60-year-old Vidyawati Sharma, who learned the stories from her father-in-law.

Locals have found silver and gold coins in the area in Unnao district, about 80 kilometres southwest of the state's capital of Lucknow, according to the swami's disciple, Om Ji. "No one knew exactly where" the treasure was until the late king visited the swami in his sleep, he said.

However, officials from the Archaeological Survey of India denied that the agency had begun the excavations at the bidding of the Hindu holy man.

"Archaeology doesn't work according to the dreams of a holy man, or anybody else. Archaeology is a science. We are carrying out this excavation on the basis of our findings" at the site, said Syed Jamal Hasan, an agency official.

Authorities have set up barricades against thousands of people who have since thronged to the village in hopes of seeing the treasure, or possibly taking a small piece home. People were offering prayers at the temple within the fort's ruins.

Locals also said they hoped Swami Sarkar's vision turned out to be real, as he "is revered as God in this area because he has done a lot for this place," schoolteacher Chandrika Rani said.

The Supreme Court said Friday that it would consider a petition for the court to monitor the treasure hunt, amid fears that some of the riches could be stolen.

Indian officials are also unearthing and cataloging another treasure trove found two years ago in a 16th century Hindu temple, and have barred the media and public from the excavation site in the southern state of Kerala.

The discovery of that treasure, including bagfuls of coins, jeweled crowns and golden statues of gods and goddesses, made the Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple the richest known religious institution in India.

The former royal family that has remained the temple's trustees since India's 1947 independence has said the treasure belongs to the Hindu deity Vishnu, who is also known in the region as Padmanabhaswamy.



Holy man Shobhan Sarkar's dream sparks $50b treasure hunt in India | News.com.au

sara din aaj khudai hoi ghanta nikla hai :omghaha:

sara din aaj khudai hoi ghanta nikla hai :omghaha:

he trolled public and gov







locals rush to temple

Please read the bold part!

All this is not happening just because some baba (saint) saw a dream and said so, he just gave them hint about the treasure, and there are stories in that area since long that some form of treasure is buried there. And archaeological officials first surveyed the area with machines from above surface and when they noted the presence of some form of metal underground only then the digging has started. Its not as foolish as you make it sounds.

And as for digging, ASI officials have already said that it will take months to dig the whole area because its not construction site where you bring in JCB machine do it in an hour. It will take time.

We may not find Gold there, but there is some form of metal 20 meter deep UnderGround.

We just have to wait and watch :)
 

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so what is the outcome?

gold and the holy man
or
no gold, no holy man?

dig deeper and wider!
 

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Use these for the digging. A lot more efficient and so many of them on sale:


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It's a historical site, if they use heavy equipment it will destroy the archaeological findings.
 

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I had a dream - it was not MLK, but an Indian swami.

You want to get those gold? Look under the Queen of England's bed in Buckingham Palace, or the Lords of England's drawing rooms.

It is long gone....from India.
 

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I had a dream - it was not MLK, but an Indian swami.

You want to get those gold? Look under the Queen of England's bed in Buckingham Palace, or the Lords of England's drawing rooms.

It is long gone....from India.
Whatever was on the 'surface' is long gone......but there might be some left.....buried underneath the 'surface'....
 

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