My fellow 2 on 1 blogger Shackman has suggested this intriguing topic for this Friday post. I bet that he will come up with some great myth but I have to simply share with my readers this article in the Forbes Magazine to say that I don’t think that it is real. I know that it is real. It was not lost either. It was just hidden away and faith kept it that way for centuries safe from marauding invaders and colonists.
From childhood, I had been hearing stories about the treasures in the temple and it has taken over seven decades for all that to be proved right.
There are any number of stories like this in indeed but, I doubt that anything can come close to this one for the sheer wealth kept away in vaults. You simply have to google for Indian lost treasures and you will see what I mean.
Another not quite lost treasure but a very interesting clip on one of India’s greatest kingdoms. Not much known outside a small community of Sikhs and their admirers like me.
And, before you see the clip, please remember to go over to Shackman’s blog to see what he has to say on the topic.