It's here! Mysterious #monolith appeared in #Mumbai! Check it out at Joggers Park Bandra! It has numbers on side of it let’s try & figure out what they mean Don’t know how long it will be there but cant wait to get a picture with it! @mybmcWardHW @mybmc @AUThackeray @INCMumbai pic.twitter.com/x7FU6q5j1i— Asif Zakaria (@Asif_Zakaria) March 10, 2021
Movies today have made a huge mass believe that aliens and other science and space-related stuff exits, although most of it is fiction. However, there are some scientific facts about certain things that happen across the globe and no one can ignore that. Back in 2020, several mysterious metal monoliths appeared worldwide. The monoliths made an appearance in different parts of the world, and then they stopped appearing totally. Later in December 2020, one monolith was spotted in Ahmedabad in Gujarat. The metal monolith had similarities with the ones that were seen across the globe.
This week, a new monolith has appeared in India. And, it is spotted in Mumbai itself. The mysterious monolith was spotted in a Bandra park. The monolith was seen on Wednesday at Joggers Park. A Bandra Municipal Councillor, Asif Zakaria made a tweet and shared pictures. Asif took to his Twitter handle to share the details about the monolith. He shared photos of the metal object and wrote, “It's here! Mysterious #monolith appeared in #Mumbai! Check it out at Joggers Park Bandra!” After informing about the monolith, the social media user shared the specifications of the monolith. He added, “It has numbers on side of it let’s try & figure out what they mean Don’t know how long it will be there but cant wait to get a picture with it!” Asif mentioned that the mysterious monolith has numbers on the side of it. But, mentioned that he is unsure of how long it will be there at the park. The user also tagged Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s son Aditya Thackeray and the Indian National Congress Party Mumbai in the tweet, along with Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).
Take a look at the tweet below:
Meanwhile, the monolith that appeared in Gujarat was spotted at the Symphony Forest Park. The monolith in the park also had a few numbers inscribed on it. Speaking with Indian Express, the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation assistant director of parks and gardens, Dhilipbhai Patel said that they were aware of the presence of the monolith in the park. He added that it was put up there by the people who had developed and maintained it. Two weeks after the monolith appeared, it disappeared. It was later replaced by a metallic sphere. Also Read: Wondering How Much Princess Diana Left In Inheritance For Prince Harry? Here's Everything You Need To Know
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