The picture above shows current scenario obtaining in Daundiyakheda village of Unnao district in Uttar Pradesh (India) otherwise a neglected area despite the fact that it relates historically to Nanarao Peshwa who, it is said, removed his treasure of gold at Bithoor to remain doubly cautious that it does not fall prey to Britishers in the event of their attack on Bithoor. There it was buried deep in the fort premises of Raja Rao Ram Bukhsh Singh. Rush of visitors to the area is massive these days for the people to personally witness the treasure estimated to be around 1000 tons of gold, enormously a big sum. Archeological Survey of India (ASI) made the similar attempt in Hyderabad (India) to dig open a big chunk of the spot in the beginning of this year with the notion that there was an immeasurable amount of money earlier belonging to the Nizam of Hyderabad but there it was all in vain and nothing came out after hectic excavations so made. Most probably the same fate may come out as the result of excavation being carried on at Daundiyakheda but the ASI authorities are hectically pinning their hopes as if they are very near to the success in their efforts. May be they finally land into the land of illusions. -Continued, Refer Part 2.