A man in India set a world record in 1986 by spending 72 hours in a cage with 72 of the most venomous species of snakes in India to spread awareness and to prove that snakes don’t bite unless provoked. He came out of the cage unharmed without a single bite.
Schizophrenic voices are shaped by local culture. Patients in America hear voices asking them to do violent things whereas in Africa and India, the voices they hear are usually of dead relatives or nice voices offering comfort.
The richest man in India built a $1 billion building which has 27 stories, a gym, a dance studio, multiple swimming pools, a 50-seat cinema, nine elevators, a space for 160 vehicles, and three helipads. His 600 staff live there.
When an Indian law required bars to be at least 500 meters from certain roads, one bar built a maze in front of its entrance to triple the walking distance from the door to the street. Regulators accepted this solution.
In 2001, some people in Delhi, India reportedly seen a monkey-like creature who appeared at night and attacked people. Eyewitness described him about 4 feet tall, covered in hair, with a metal helmet, metal claws, glowing red eyes and three buttons on its chest. Many people reported being scratched and two died because of panic, but the “monkey man” was never caught. Photo :
A statue of Jesus in India had water mysteriously dripping from its toes. Worshipers would collect and sometimes drink it. The source of the water was later found to be a clogged toilet near the statue.
A couple spent 26 years replanting a rain forest in India which they bought in 1991 and now it covers over 300 acres of wildlife that are home to more than 200 globally endangered species of plants and animals, including Asian elephants and Bengal tigers.