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Could This Be The Ancient “Magic Bridge” Connecting India And Sri Lanka?

Ancient
epic Ramayana is one of the oldest and most significant sacred texts
of the Hindu religion. Written around 7,000 ago by Valmiki, many
believe this text to be a mere part of the Indian mythology, while
others insist it’s a description of actual historic events. A
spectacular discovery was made by a NASA satellite that sheds some
new light on the whole matter. In Ramayana there is a mention of a
bridge built by Lord Rama and his army to cross the sea to get to Sri
Lanka. New evidence proves it actually exists!

So
why did Lord Rama, the future king of Ayodhya, had to gather a
spectacular army of bears and monkeys and cross the sea between India
and Sri Lanka? His lovely wife, Sita, was kidnapped by a demon named
Ravana who held her captive in a beautiful fortified city on the
territory of the modern Sri Lanka. The demon has been terrorizing all
the humans, gods, and various other beings, so it was about time
someone dealt with him.

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It
is but a small episode from the action-packed text of Ramayana that
is filled with wisdom and beauty, but it is the only one that helps
prove that the whole story isn’t just a figment of the author’s
imagination, but a depiction of actual historic events!

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The
bridge is called Rama Setu or Rama’s Bridge and it connects the
Rameshwaram Island in India with the Mannar Island in Sri Lanka.
According to Ramayana it took Rama and his army of vanara only 5 days
to execute the bridge. And yes, they were so powerful they could move
the mountains!

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