What are some of the most famous unsolved mysteries?


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    1. The malediction over Kuldhara : 15 km away from Jaisalmer, a land beholds the relic of this village which vanished one night without any intimation. Kuldhara was established in 1291 and flourished in leaps and bounds with as much as 84 villages in its vicinity.
    2. Bizarre explanation about the death of Lal Bahadur Shastri: He died because of cardiac arrest, which was his fourth as per the doctors who assisted him during his Indo-Pak war ending peace meet; however his wife expresses an entirely different opinion on this. She says he never had heart issues and his body had blue marks which root towards him being poisoned.
    3. Indus Valley : An advanced civilization for its age, this civilization still remains one of the most intriguing and heated debate topics. City’s first settlers, their ideas, their plans and apparently where they went in 1500 BC is one of the greatest Indian mysteries.
    4. Subhash Chandra Bose: As sources speak, Bose died in a fatal plane crash in Taiwan in 1945. The real story was not followed by many newspapers but for what it’s worth, it is not the real story. Furthermore there was an Indian man who claimed to be Bose living in Faizabad, Ayodhya and he too passed away in 1985. He remembered quite a lot of details about Bose’s family and other relevant things and resembled a lot like him.
    5.Ghost Soldier On duty : An Indian soldier who died near Nathula Pass in eastern Sikkim is said to be the saviour of all army personnel who serve in this region. Baba Harbhajan Singh is known as “Hero of Nathula” who helps army personnel in this inhospitable high altitude region of the Himalayas.
    6.Prahlad Jani : Prahlad is an ardent devotee of renown Indian deity Amba; who claims to live without food for 70 years. Considering this, in 2010 he was kept under 24×7 surveillance for 15 days where to the wildest surprise of everyone, he lived without food and water.
    7. Taj Mahal : P.K Oak wrote a book stating facts how the Moghul Emperor Shahjahan took Tejomahalaya from the then king of Jaipur by force and turned it into Taj Mahal.  The hullabaloo about the death of people who were involved in the making and several other facts related with the Taj are yet to be proven.
    8.Yeti sightings in Himalayas:It is not just an exaggerated hoax, but there have been clear signs of a Yeti in the Himalayan region, which has been dragging people to places. The debate goes on and on between those who believe in it and those who don’t. People say there’s more to yeti than this escapist fable.
    9.Emperor Ashoka’s 9 illuminati men : Some say that this group of nine elite men is a well kept myth, while some say that it is just a circulated story but as the truth comes out, Ashoka founded this society to preserve information which can be harmful for humanity. Every single one of them had immense knowledge about particular subjects, which they hid and carried in the form of books.
    10. Sonic Boom of Jodhpur : As one might know, sonic boom is something that happens when an airplane breaks past the speed of sound, thus making it a rare sight, since planes do not fly at such speed when they are close to residential areas. What others believe to be an Air-force event, this sonic boom on December 18, 2012 remains a closed mystery.

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