Is the buried city of Dwarka the oldest civilization known to man? Did it house anachronistic technologies like flying machines and even nuclear weapons? The Ancient Explorers Movement answers these questions in their debut documentary film, “Dwarka: Atlantis of the East”.

Ancient Explorer, Amish Shah travels to the west coast of India in search of an ancient submerged city. With a passion for the truth, he stumbles into a cover up and in this film, he goes public with what he found.

Read also: Dwarka Mythical City Found Under Water

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Suraj k ratti
Suraj k ratti
3 months ago

India we produced epics like the mahabharat ramayan vishnu puran. In ramayan the character trijata colour may be kala which means black mother sita colour brown in Indians were eating veggie food highly advanced culture and not eating rubbish food like meat eating the Africans also advanced in maths were eating mita which means meat. Indian language Africa is called apharika can anybody on earth tell me how come cita log which means white British people did they conquer my country was due to eating mita means meat. In Indian language usa is called yuna cina means China cita log… Read more »

Suraj k ratti
Suraj k ratti
3 months ago

In sanskrit matr in English is called mother pitah means in English father bahanji in English sister jahaz in English ship sona means gold ro means cry fish in English fish baca in English child ladana is called London UK sahir in English Town Che car in English means six kama sutra were two actual persons were making love so can any anyone tell me where does sanskrit comes from

Suraj k ratti
Suraj k ratti
3 months ago

In sanskrit the character of queen kaikeyi where did she from was it from rus which means russia so every indian kuri means girls are not named after her so means every indian kuri girls named differently like uma my mother name Sheila my paternal dadi in English grandmother so sanskrit is wonderful language