Top 5 UFO Sightings in India

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Number 2 01:44
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Number 4 02:48
Number 5 03:06
Conclusion 03:30

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UFO sightings in India
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This is a list of alleged sightings of UFOs in India

Pre-historic era
Pre-historic rock cave paintings found at Charama, Kanker Chhattisgarh state depict human figures wearing suits similar to modern day space suits and drawings similar to flying saucers, each with a fan-like antenna and three legs.[1]
On 15 March, 10:20 a.m. in New Delhi, 25 members of a flying club saw a cigar-shaped object in the sky which was about one hundred feet long. The UFO hovered for some time and then vanished from the sight.[2]
Saad Khan : March 15, 1951; New Delhi, India 10:20 a.m. local time. George F. Floate, a chief aerial engineer, along with his two assistants, observed a swirly white cloud that appeared in the sky from north to south about 700 feet in length approximately 4,000 feet high near the Delhi Flying Club hangar. The cloud increased in length and at the end of it a bullet shaped object appeared approximately 100 feet long and as big around as a C-47 fuselage. The witnesses shouted out and 17 to 20 people rushed out of the hangar and saw the object. The object headed south for about 3 minutes where it made an apparent loop coming back over the field. At the top of the loop it was out of sight but came into sight again in its dive. The object, after recovering straight and level flight proceeded to the SW until out of sight. The speed of the object was estimated to be three times greater than cruising speed of a British Vampire jet. The total time the object was observed was approximately seven minutes. Project Blue Book evaluated this sighting as an UNIDENTIFIED.

On October 29, a fast moving object was spotted at 30° in the eastern horizon at Eastern Kolkata between 3 : 30 and 6:30 am and was filmed using a handycam. Its shape shifted from a sphere to a triangle and then to a straight line. The object emitted a bright light forming a halo and radiated a range of colours. It was spotted by many people and hundreds gathered along the E.M. Bypass to catch a glimpse of the UFO, triggering a frenzy.
The video footage was released on a TV News channel and later shown to Dr. D P Duari, the director of MP Birla Planetarium, Kolkata, who found it to be “extremely interesting and strange”. Predictably, Dr Duari later identified the object as be the planet Venus.[3][4][5]

Residents of Mogappiar, Chennai observed five specks of bright orange light moving from south to north around 8.55 pm on 20 June and was later reported on the local newspaper on 23 June.[6]
On 4 August, soldiers of Indian Army observed unidentified flying objects over Lagan Kher Area, Demchock, Ladakh. It was also reported that army troops had observed more than a hundred different incidents of UFO movements in the border areas of Arunachal Pradesh in the preceding seven months.[7]
A series of pictures of the sunset over the Rajajipuram area of Lucknow on 23 July claimed to show an UFO.[8]
A commercial pilot reportedly informed Mumbai Air Traffic Control room that she spotted a black and blueish UFO near Pune during the first week of October at a height of about 26,300 feet.[9]
A photograph published by the news media claimed to show a “nail shaped” UFO over Kochi in the southern Indian state of Kerala on 29 October.[10]
In Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, a local resident claimed to have taken a photo of a large UFO.[11] However, experts say[which?] that a rash of similar photos from other parts of the world depicting the appearance of a UFO similar to the one in the movie Independence Day were most likely “created using digital editing software or even a mobile phone app, as some on the market allow UFOs to be blended into pictures”.[12]


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