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In a wilderness, there carried on a lion named Madotkata. His adherents were a crow, a tiger, and a jackal.
One day, as they were meandering about, they saw a camel who had meandered far from his group. They become friends with the camel and drove him to their lord, the lion.
The lion enjoyed the camel’s quirks and guaranteed the camel that he would be sheltered in his surrender. The lion likewise affectionately named him ‘Chitra Karna’ which signifies ‘Spotted Ears.’
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7500 BC (India)
As a major aspect of a review directed by the National Institute of Ocean Technology to search for the levels of contamination in the water in and around the Gulf of Cambay, off the western shoreline of India, oceanographers went over a mind blowing revelation. By utilizing sidescan sonar, which sends a light emission to the base, they could see gigantic geometrical structures about 120 feet underneath the waves. In light of solid side streams and tear tides, it was unimaginably hard for scuba jumpers to go down there and gather tests in security.