What are some unsolved mysteries in Indian Mythology?

What are some unsolved mysteries in Indian Mythology? by Nishant Gupta

Answer by Nishant Gupta:

"Jwala Ji" is name of Hindu Goddess in Hinduism. She is said to resides as an eternal flame since time infinity near a place called Kangra in Lower himalayas, India.The mystical and astonishing fact about this flame is that it is burning since time immemorials.

The best known Jwala Ji shrine is located in the lower Himalayas in Jawalamukhi town of the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, state of India, about 55 kilometers from the larger town of Dharamshala.

Some facts that can be traced in this regards-
The flame burns flawless and in blue color. It is burning continously since first date of its known history.We don't have any knowledge of its source. Some says it could be reserve of natural gas but same could not be validated.

Mughal Emperor Akbar once tried to extinguish the flames by covering them with an iron disk and even channelizing water to them. But the flames blasted all these efforts. Akbar then presented a golden parasol (chattar) at the shrine.

Governement of India with team of abled Geologists under Nehru Ji has also tried but in vain to establish the source of this eternal flame.

There is surely some other phenomena and science that is working behind Jwala Ji eternal flame but that can be indication of glory of our ancestors.Till now no scientists or geologists says nothing since they only tried their level best to find a clue. But, failed. Everyone should learn a lesson.They can do anything man to man and should not play with Gods.

Jwala Ji – Wikipedia

What are some unsolved mysteries in Indian Mythology?


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