Sending netizens in a state of frenzy, India's 2nd mysterious monolith pops up in a Mumbai park!

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In an interesting turn of events, a mysterious monolith was found at Joggers Park in Suburban Bandra in Mumbai on Wednesday. This bewildering development garnered significant attention online after the news about the appearance was broken online on Twitter. Puzzled by the emergence of such structures for short intervals of time in different parts of the world, the netizens instantly initiated a wave of conjectures on social media platforms.


Monolith carries engravings with a coded message!

Reportedly, the 12-feet high metal sheet was first discovered when locals went for their morning walk in the Joggers Park. Placed in the middle of the garden, the structure was circumscribed by umpteen saplings. While everyone who visited the site can't stop guessing the reason for installation, multiple individuals clicked pictures at the spot.

Informing the public about the surfacing of this monolith, the Municipal Councillor from Bandra Mumbai shared pictures on his Twitter account. After paying a visit, he tweeted, "Visited the mysterious #Monolith appeared at #JoggersPark , It has created some buzz with residents as they try to figure out what the inscribed numbers mean. Don't know how long it will be there go check it out!"

Reportedly, the authorities are trying to figure out the meaning of engravings on this structure. It is anticipated that the words carry a coded message related to the preservation of nature and wildlife. While the motive behind such installations is unclear, it can easily be suggested that such initiatives are a way to drive citizens' attention towards the stark reality of dampening natural resources.

First seen at a park in Ahemdabad

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While such monoliths have popped up and disappeared at multiple locations across the globe, it was first seen in India at a park in Ahemdabad, Gujarat. Reportedly, the first of such structures was observed at a remote canyon in Utah. Post that, individuals in 30 countries of the world including Romania, France, Poland, the United Kingdom, Colombia and others have been witness to such baffling developments.

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