Unanswered – Mysteries from the Mahabharata | Christopher Charles Doyle | TEDxYouth@NMS

Curiosity is the wick in the candle of learning.” Devoured by his curiosity, Christopher C. Doyle, in his talk, constantly questioned the stated facts of history and …


  1. The water erosion on the sphinx has other explanations apart from rainfall, his claims about Alexander the Great are also nonsense

  2. The guy who can't even pronounce suhrutsamhita is trying to explain Mahabharata strangely; better you should go back and check if the bible is for real. hahaha first time I found a joke on official channel of TED.

  3. I had always if maybe the water erosion on the sphinx could have maybe from the Egyptians rerouting the Nile to transport the stones..

  4. The title seems appropriate to me as he describes several improbable thing that have been proven with evidence to be true, so by logical inference we should be more open to believe the improbable things in the Mahabharata could also be true. Adventurous minds are not inclined to be skeptics.

  5. Starts by saying No archaeological evidence of Alexander the great exists?What utter nonsense …how about all the Alexandrias he founded, coins he issued ? nations he conquered, statues he erected? Somebody arrest this guy…

  6. Chutiya bna Diya πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­ nothing has been related to the title. For the whole time I have been waiting that now he will explain about how these unsolved mysteries can be answered by with the help of Mahabharata..πŸ˜’πŸ˜’

  7. The script for this video reads like Ancient Aliens. Ridiculous claims made left and right, with an agenda and no attempt at being accurate.

  8. My old friend bart told me to read this and he made music his name was Arjuna blue tiger please listen it’s written in the same language the Mahabharata is written rest easy bart love you buddy

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