An untold story of ancient Indiaby: Suraj Rathore
The story is based on an untold event that took place in a desert spread in the western part of the Rajasthan.
In it, a Bengali professor learns that in the land of Rajasthan, which is a part of the vast Thar Desert, where huge reserves of gold are hidden under the ground. Some of the gold mixed sands are brought to the surface by large ants holding small clay balls in between their mandibles, found under the ground in the area and Locals earn money by selling that sand by filling it in sacks and carrying it on camels to Arabian countries.
Professor gathered all the information about that gold mixed sand at that place and accordingly makes a team of six people. He leaves for Jaisalmer in a car.
After Delhi, as they enter the sandy terrain of Rajasthan, they face many difficulties there but they continue their journey.
They go ahead of Jaisalmer and settle in the deserted ruins and start their campaign from there. That part of Jaisalmer is dominated by a local lady don Kesar Baa, who is involved in that gold business.
The professor’s team is confronted with the team of Kesar baa in which most of them are killed by their hands and some of them fall prey to those cannibalistic ants and lose their lives. The only man left is Kalu Singh Bharti, whom the professor had brought with him from Kolkata, he walks to his nearest village.
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