Archaeologists in India hunt for gold after guru's dream
October 20 , 2013
Archaeologists in India are looking for gold at the fort of Raja Rao Ram Bux Singh located in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The hunt began three months after a guru named Swami Shobhan Sarkar told the officials about his dream regarding the gold.
British hanged Raja Rao in 1857 and he told the guru in his dream that the gold at this fort should be handed over to the government.
A team of officials along with the Archaeological Survey of India found "traces of hidden gold pertaining to 19th century" about 65 feet underneath the ground.
Sarkar mentioned that the gold will be found at various places and they will have to do some deep digging for it.
The guru also revealed that there might be 2,750 tons of gold buried in about region in India named Adampur.