Amazing Fact About Incredible India

@_ge_ez_ (540)
India
May 30, 2017 4:19pm CST
This is an image of a Vault which is very huge and big. This vault is situated in India. There were almost 7 vaults at the times when Britishers rule over India for 100 years. After India got Independence in 1947, Britishers by then had already looted the 4 vaults and made themselves rich in those times in Infrastructure, technology, etc etc. Still there are 3 vaults in India which is remained closed as per the order of Government of India. It is to be believed that a each vault contains of gold and silver and precious elements which is in the form of statue, things, and objects which might surprise you when you will know that it is worth of billions and billions of dollars. It is also believed that if the vaults are opened, then India being the 2nd most populous country in the world with population of almost 1.3 billion people, every citizen will be a millionaire on its own. Britishers tried to steal as much as they can from India during their 100 years of rule but still India never ran out of wealth. Today if there is any best place to live in (no matter how much you earn), you can enjoy your life in India as India has its own system of treating people with all kind of people whether he is poor, middle class, or rich. This is not the end but just a beginning. I'll keep telling you more about Incredible India because many of you won't be knowing it properly as International media will never let you know about all these and one day I'll tell you why they won't.
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• United States
30 May 17
Yes I know the British had much to do with looting in India. Thanks for this great history and the present in Incredible India. I am sure there still many treasures there that even many people have never seen. It will remain a mystery to most of the world. And the design of that vault is gorgeous!! I can imagine the gold that is inside!
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@_ge_ez_ (540)
• India
31 May 17
Yes there are so many piece of information or knowledge which I'll be sharing with you all. Thanks for your support. And yet there are many things still waiting to be explored. Yes, the design of the vault is really gorgeous. Btw where are you from?
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@_ge_ez_ (540)
• India
31 May 17
@TiarasOceanView yea, but where in US ?
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@_ge_ez_ (540)
• India
1 Jun 17
@TiarasOceanView near Denver ?
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@hora_fugit (5432)
• India
17 Jun 17
These dragons don't seem like they belong to India.... Why were these 7 vaults created for, in which era and how come these are kept closed as per order of GOI when the government itself is very much interested in looting whatever it can?
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@_ge_ez_ (540)
• India
17 Jun 17
It is an Indian vault. This was created by ancient Indian emperors in which they stored al the golds, jewellery and and every precious things in it. Since Britishers already looted few of the vaults , so GOI has closed this vault as for future emergency. Since we already had enough resources to fulfill our needs and can run on import and export so these vaults need not to be opened so they are remained closed for forever. Since government alone cannot take any decisions on properties of India. It is done in the parliament. So nobody has right to loot India's property alone.Since these vaults are India's precious important things so it's kept hidden as a secret. Also, we still do have lots of gold and treasure in the famous temples and places in India.
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• India
17 Jun 17
Searched and read about it. Still maintain those 'dragons' are not much Indian... wonder why are those presented as king cobra...
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• India
17 Jun 17
@_ge_ez_ Since government alone cannot take any decisions on properties of India. It is done in the parliament. So nobody has right to loot India's property alone. -- I don't know if these lines mean anything at all. Or the one just preceding these. You just need to watch... Do agree with your last line though. And methinks those should be left as such.
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@ShifaLk (8515)
• India
6 Jun 17
Wow... What a mystery
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@_ge_ez_ (540)
• India
6 Jun 17
I thought you already knew about it.
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@ShifaLk (8515)
• India
17 Jun 17
@_ge_ez_ oh no never
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@_ge_ez_ (540)
• India
17 Jun 17
@ShifaLk strange but now you know it.
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@prashu228 (25513)
• India
31 May 17
Thanks for sharing..good one. Looking forward for more such history
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@_ge_ez_ (540)
• India
31 May 17
You're welcome. Yes I'll post it later.
@magnumopus (1664)
• Singapore
30 May 17
Thank you for this piece of historical information.
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@_ge_ez_ (540)
• India
30 May 17
You're welcome