Its an inquiry that has been solicited hundreds from years since and will be approached several years for. There have been papers distributed that make it a part of an overlooked reality, then there were papers distributed which ridiculed the previously stated papers. In the entire arrangement of dissemination of papers, we have lost the quintessence of the epic.
So gives up through this examination in a more organized manner.
Mahabharata depends on surenesses. Its galactic dating puts it some place around 3100 BC. (Do read the accompanying paper Google Drive Viewer). In addition, in the event that you can see the picture underneath, we can expect an extremely exact mapping of the spots specified in Mahabharata.
Dr. S. R. Rao, formerly of the Archaeological Survey of India, [ Also read Discoveries of S.R.Roa ] has pioneered marine archaeology in India. Marine archaeological findings seem to corroborate descriptions in the Mahabharata of Dvaraka as a large, well-fortified and prosperous port city, which was built on land reclaimed from the sea, and later taken back by the sea.
Be that as it may, this is just a foundation connection to the entire plot of Kauravas and Pandavas. Such verification can just recommend that Ved Vyas was a really precise author who composed screenplays with flawlessness. He had gotten his work done.
Mahabharata is additionally an inconsistency on science. Barbarika is said to have witness the whole skirmish of Mahabharata regardless of having himself been executed and put on top of a slope. One believes that there are exemptions in science, however special cases should be bolstered by rationale.
Mahabharata bears a component of extraordinary for Gods, as well as for the base people. Characters like Gandhari, Bhisma, and so forth are known for their snippers of extraordinary cases which will likewise appear somewhat unsuitable.
One can go on an on about the intelligent marks of Mahabharata. However, we ought to recall that Mahabharata was composed on a consistent construe while focusing on the powerful. More than anything, its about those scraps of lessons that lay everywhere throughout the epic in plenitude. The target of Mahabharata is to furnish us with each circumstance that a man can experience and choices that one can oblige. Its is the premise of Dharma. Its the one book that delightfully clarifies that the entire thought of good and bad is genuine if just and just when adjusted along the precept of Dharma.
So the Mahabharata might be genuine, may not be genuine, but rather had it been a man, it would have pondered “Why individuals are pondering whether I happened, before understanding me?”
The 4th one is the copper plate inscription of Emperor Sudhanva who ruled over Gujarat. It was a memorandum presented by Emperor Sudhanva to Sri Sankara was inscribed on copper-plate dated the year 2663 on the Yudhishtira Saka. The copper plate inscription of Emperor Sudhanva proves that the year of the demise of Sri Sankara is 2663 of the Yudhishtira Era or B.C. 477-76. The beginning of Yudhishtira Era is the time of the Mahabharata war. It had already proved to be B.C. 3138. So Sri Sankara’s life works out to be B.C. 509 to B.C.477-476, Yudhishtira Era 2662+476=3138 B.C.
Nilesh Oak has composed a book titled ‘When Did the Mahabharata War Happen?’ in which he confirms the date (5561 BC) given by PV Vartak for the events depicted in the epic, (he utilizes space science programming).
Some of the time when two specialists, working freely, arrive at the same conclusion, it can imply that they are destined for success. I imply that a receptive individual may infer that a few occasions depicted in the Mahabharata epic are truth based.
Since the most punctual confirmation for the Indus Valley human advancement has been revised to 7380 BC (see the article ‘Indus Valley development 2,000 years more seasoned than beforehand suspected’) we can permit that the progress portrayed in the Mahabharata epic is a whimsical delineation of the Indus Valley civilization, particularly since the dialects of that culture turned out to be Sanskrit and Prakrit, since the 2010 decipherment of Indus script as appeared in my book ‘Indus Script Dictionary.’
Here’s the sign rundown:
Regardless of whether the Mahabharata really happened is a troublesome thing to say. One can, best case scenario make a theory. Leaving aside the archeological confirmation, one can take cosmic course. Numerous cosmic signs are available in the epic itself, prominently in the Udyogaparva and Bhishmaparva. These galactic occasions might be taken as premise for a PC supported inquiry by reproducing the past sky. I am especially impacted by the works of Narahari Achar. Most importantly, its by and large acknowledged that the war occurred at the move in the middle of Dwapara and Kaliyuga, around 3000 BCE. Out of numerous signs said in the epic, the accompanying planetary setups are basic in both (and more critical towards building up a one of a kind date) of the Parvas specified previously:
1) conjunction of Sani (Saturn) with Rohini (Aldebaran)
2) retrograde movement of Angaraka (Mars) just before achieving Jyestha (Antares)
3) a lunar shroud on the kartika purnima (that is close Pleiades),followed by
4) a sun oriented obscuration at jyestha.
Narahari Achar then discusses the strategy as follows(using a planetarium programming):
A quest is made for the years in which there is a conjunction of Saturn (Sani) with Aldebaran (Rohini) between 3500 BCE and 500 CE. As Saturn takes a normal of 29.5 years to circumvent the sun once, the occasion additionally rehashes with the same period. There are 137 such conjunctions amid the interim determined previously. A quest is then made for those years from among these 137 dates when Mars (Angaraka) is retrograde before achieving Antares (Jyestha). Following the retrograde movement of Mars rehashes with the same period as its synodic period, a spread of two years on either side of each of the dates was considered in the inquiry. The pursuit lessened the set to only seventeen: 3271 BCE, 3067 BCE, 2830 BCE, 2625 BCE, 2388 BCE, 2183 BCE, 1946 BCE, 1741 BCE, 1503 BCE, 1299 BCE, 1061 BCE, 857 BCE, 620 BCE, 415 BCE, 28 CE, 233 CE and 470 CE, when Saturn was close Aldebaran and Mars executed a retrograde movement before achieving Antares. A quest is then made for those years in which there is a lunar shroud close Pleiades (i.e., on the Kartika Purnima). This diminishes the set to only two, 3067 BCE and 2183 BCE. For reasons unknown in both of these years the lunar shroud is trailed by a sun powered overshadowing at Jyestha. A grouping of ‘two obscurations inside of a time of 13 days’ additionally happens in the two overshadowing seasons. At the point when one considers the way that Bhisma passed away on the Magha Sukla astami, after the event of winter solstice, a special date results, for the winter solstice in January 13, 3066 BCE happened on Suklapancami, where as the winter solstice in 2182 BCE happened on Krishnachaturthi. Along these lines a novel date of 3067 BCE for the date of the war develops.
Here is the creator’s sky map on 22nd Nov 3067 BCE demonstrating the conjunction of Saturn and Aldebaran.
Additionally here is a sky guide of that day (yet conceivably of an alternate time), I got from Stellarium (a planetarium programming) looking in the West bearing:
Regardless of the possibility that these signs does not as a matter of course implies that Mahabharata really occurred, despite everything they give the condition of-craftsmanship information of cosmology around then (or if nothing else the season of the storyline settings). Further this specific year is predictable with numerous other Vedic sources and additionally the Buddhist writing.
What I have discussed is basically a dating of the occasions, yet then why ought to such reliable cosmic proof would be available unless things have really happened?
The massive and fascinating weapons (Find here) used in the war are always absorbing.