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Ancient Cloning And Test Tube Babies In India – Legend Of Kauravas

Friday, April 21, 2017 12:14
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Legend Of Kauravas – Ancient Cloning And Test Tube Babies In India?

Ellen Lloyd – – In Mahabharata there is a very interesting legend about the Kauravas who were 100 sons of the King of Hastinapur, Dhritarashtra, and his wife Gandhari.

Unless we dismiss the story as pure fiction, the legend of Kauravas raises many thought-provoking questions. How could Gandairi give birth to 100 children on the same day? Why were all 100 babies taken out of their jars all at once?

The event happened 7,000 years ago and the birth of King Hastinapur’s 100 sons is truly unusual to say the least.

Were people in ancient India familiar with cloning and test tube babies? It certainly does sound remarkable, but if true, it wouldn’t be the first time we encounter ancient sophisticated knowledge in India that has somehow been “neglected” by modern science.

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