Discovery of History’s Largest Gold Warehouse: 35,000 Tons ᴜпeагtһed Surprisingly

Every country also always tries to find the geographical wealth of its country. In the same way, there were many attempts to find gold mines in India too.

But none of them gave such great success. But as of now there is a news that a gold mine that is five times more than the total gold reserves in India has been discovered, all the media in the country have reported this news but the government has rejected this news for now.

Yes, it is true that the scientists have succeeded in detecting an amazing achievement that the country has never seen before. But let’s see what the scientists have said about whether there is really such a large amount of gold mine in this place.

Geological Survey of India (GSI) and Uttar Pradesh Directorate of Geology and Mines have discovered gold deposits in Sonbhadra district in Uttar Pradesh. According to reports, gold deposits have been found in two places namely Sonpahadi and Hardy Kshetra. But the authorities have now rejected the information that tons of gold has been found in this area. As per the estimate we got, only 160 kg of gold can be extracted. He said that a total of 56000 tons of gold ore can be obtained and after purification, 160 kg of gold can be obtained from nothing.

The Geological Survey of India (GSI) said on Saturday that around 3,350 tonnes of gold deposits have not been discovered in Uttar Pradesh’s Sonbhadra, citing local mining officials. During our search, we dug wells with a trench of 120 meters and 50 meters deep. In our report, we pointed out that if we go deeper and dig the wells closer (less than 120m) we are likely to find more gold than we expected. But definitely not 3,350 tonnes,” said a scientist.

Currently, a seven-member team is conducting further studies in this area. Apart from gold, officials are also exploring the possibility of rare minerals like uranium in the area. Bundelkhand and Vindhyan districts of Uttar Pradesh are said to have minerals like gold, diamond, platinum, limestone, granite, phosphate, quartz and china clay. As expected, India will become a superpower if it gets lots of gold mines.