Mystery Of Vimana Ancient Flying machine

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  1. josan420

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    The ancient Hindu epics are rife with tales of the strange and fantastic. Elements described within consist of elaborate tales of massive wars, superheroes, and gods that walk alongside common mortals. And yet, perhaps no subject hailing from the Sanskrit fables has captured the minds of ancient mystery proponents better than the flying vehicles of ancient India, known today as vimanas.

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    Vimanas are, without question, mentioned throughout many of the ancient Vedic texts, proving they certainly are not a concept that originates entirely from recent times; but if not sophisticated avionics of the modern variety, what then might they have been? Could it be possible that some elements regarding the vimana mystery–specifically our interpretation of these objects as technologically advanced aircraft that existed in ancient India–could be a result of our own desire to superimpose modern themes and ideas into the framework of the ancient Indian epics?

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    Interesting.....

    It seems like a UFO.

    It is claimed that Maya and Aztec civilization had connection with Aliens. May be Indians too had? :hmm: :noidea:
     
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    Historian always ignore India. There are also theories that Mayan were Indian origin. there are many similaries between Danav Maya (mention in Ramayana and Mahabharata) and Maya
     
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