Scientific dating of the mahabharat war
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The date – exact one – when that would have happened is Nov 22, 3067 BC.
The renowned German scholar Max Muller, in his History of Ancient Sanskrit Literature, writes, “No wonder that a nation like India cared so little for history”.
It is also really striking that people of this country offer water in memory of Bhishma during shraddha ceremony.
The point to be highlighted here is that, had all these been poets’ fancy and mythical, the traditions could not have been continued for such a long time.
It is really strange that the people of Western Garhwal, now in the state of Uttaranchal, observe every year the Duryodhana Festival.
There also exists a temple dedicated to Duryodhana where people offer their puja and many believe that the city of Varanavat, where Duryodhana tried to burn the Pandavas alive, was situated in that locality.
But people of this country firmly believe that Ramayana, Mahabharata and the Puranas are their history and not simply epics or poets’ fancy. So far tradition is concerned, people of this nation believe that Lord Rama was born on the day of Ramanavami and Lord Krishna was born on the day of Janmastami and so on.
In fact, there is a long list of such traditional beliefs such as: Bhishma died on the Bhishmastami day, on the day of Vijaya Dashami, Lord Rama celebrated the day, with His army, as the day of victory after killing Ravana and defeating his army just on the previous day, on the day of Deepavali, Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile and the people of Ayodhya celebrated the day and decorated their houses by lighting lamps and the tradition is still being continued; the War of Kurukshetra began on the day of Gita Jayanti and so on and so forth.
You can only conjure up stuff that is there in your immediate consciousness. Gandhiji wrote two commentaries on Shrimadbhagavadgita, Anasaktiyoga and Gitabodha, and in the introduction of the former work, he wrote, “Generally Mahabharata is taken to be a historical work. I cannot say that Ramayana and Mahabharata are historical works. If you are still inclined to treat them as historical works, then I should say that they are nothing but the history of the Self (Atma).
Fantasies and miracles in knowledge dont make sense to me! They do not contain what happened thousands of years ago.
Its not just wishful imagination – as parting of seas et al – but very exact descriptions of things that happen today and could happen tomorrow. Pre-historic Nuclear War and ancient Flying Aircraft uncovered Historicity of Mahabharat In January 2001, Indian History Congress was holding its Annual Conference at the Alipur Campus of the University of Calcutta and at the concluding session of the said Conference the Nobel Laureate economist Dr.
The philosophy of Gita is hitherto unparalleled in the spiritual realm. Amartya Sen, while addressing the delegates, said that Ramayana and Mahabharata do not have any historical value.
No writer has ever written something so completely OUT of whack with his times, mores and thinking…