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12,000 Year Old City of Lord Krishna Found Underwater

Posted by on Dec 5, 2012

Archeologists have found remains which date to 32,000 years ago, from the area which was once the Land of Lord Krishna, a deity of India’s ancient past. Many scholars say that yoga is only 5000 to 6000 years old, but this finding may support ancient Hindu scholars who claim yoga is more than 100,000 years old.  In the city of Dawarka, India, Lord Krishna was once revered, and it is said that the remains of the Arc of the Covenant could be found in the temples honoring Krishna.

The Arc of the Covenant is revered around the world. In ancient times the arc was considered to be one of the most powerful forms of energy technology modern mad can imagine. There is a legend which explains the Arc of the Covenant as simply mythology, but there may be more to these ancient stories than scholars originally thought, and now with the new archeological findings, we can take a deeper look, if nothing more, than to satiate our curiosity.

Complying with modern archeological discoveries are the stories of the epic, Mahabhrata, (volume 16) which describe a submerged city just after the death of Lord Krishna which once had beautiful gardens, temples, palaces and deep moats.

In addition to these curiosities, we can learn more about Sangams which were ancient assemblies of saints and sages who met on a sunken land mass, called Kumari Kanda, which, interestingly, is just off the present day Dawarka.

For those who want more information, please enjoy the following video.

About the Author

Christina Sarich is a musician, yogi, humanitarian and freelance writer who channels many hours of studying Lao Tzu, Paramahansa Yogananda, Rob Brezny,  Miles Davis, and Tom Robbins into interesting tidbits to help you Wake up Your Sleepy Little Head, and See the Big Picture. Her blog is Yoga for the New World.

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