Govardhana drilling

According to Gaura Narayana Swami (of ISKCON), professional Delhi well-drillers told devotees at Bhaktivedanta Asrama (on the Govardhana parakrama path) that “sweet water” could be reached only if they could get below the subterranian stone. They bored in front of the asrama (finding the stone at about 30 feet below the surface) and they bored behind it (finding the stone at about 200 feet below the surface). In both cases they said that they could not get through the stone. This indicates that Govardhana is a sinking stone mountain, too thick with rock to penetrate, even with hi-tech equipment.