In January 2017, the CIA declassified and shared 930,000 UFO documents on its website. (Note: The sudden release of all these documents is part of the disclosure project.)
One of these included a document from 1968 detailing six UFO sightings in India, Nepal, and Bhutan.
Indian UFO sightings thereafter have been sporadic compared to countries like the US and Russia. But this relative paucity does not deter a small (but determined) community of UFO investigators in India.
UFO Investigator Vaishnav told to Hindustantimes “I’m intrigued by why many sightings are from Rajasthan and West Bengal but especially the sightings from Kongka La Pass in Ladakh.”
Kongka La Pass is surrounded with mystery.
People have seen besides UFOs landing and UFOs emerging out of the ground, strange colorful orbs and in 2004, a UFO sighting was reported in the Lahaul-Spiti region of Himachal Pradesh, south of Ladakh by a five-member expedition of geologists and glaciologists led by Dr Anil Kulkarni of the ISRO’s Space Applications Centre at Ahmedabad. They had filmed a four-foot tall ‘robot-like’ figure that ‘walked’ along the mountain ridge, took off vertically and disappeared in the sky when excited scientists moved closer.
Even Google Earth blacked out the possible entrance of secret UFO base at a mountain peak, named The Snow Saddle, of the Himalayas which is located in the same area as the Kongka La Pass, Ladakh, Lazai and the mysterious Aksai Chin Lake. On Google Earth a black hole can be seen at the bottom of Aksai Chin Lake.
Blacked out part on The Snow Saddle: 27°47’43.40″N 86°49’6.40″E
Black hole in Aksai Chin Lake: 35°10’39.74″N 79°50’27.91″E
Although Indian UFO sightings have been sporadic, the sightings from Kongka La Pass in Ladakh can be seen as one of the greatest UFO mysteries in modern times.
The video below shows several remarkable UFO sightings that occurred in the skies over India.