In this post I will provide an analysis on the scientific date of Mahabharata War from 14 sources.Finding the scientific Date of Mahabharata War is a very challenging historical issue. Many Western linguistics, communists and leftist historians in India as well as abroad, treat Mahabharata and Ramayana as myths, whereas many others consider it to be true.
Rama is also a hero in Indonesia (despite it being a Muslim country), Thailand and in several other South East Asian countries.My view, all that is there in Mahabharata may not be true, but it is also not false. Balakrishna (NASA, USA) analyzed the event of two eclipses in (a span of) 13 days prior to Mahabharata using Lodestar Pro software and came up with 2559 BC.At best we may say that the date of Mahabharata War is likely to be around 2800 BC. Hence date of Mahabharata War as per NASA is 2559 BC.A few have used astronomical methods to determine the time of the Mahabharata. All in all, it is possible to state that the dates as derived by Dr. They have been prejudiced against the richness of the Indian Civilization in the past and have always tried to attribute much later dates and consequently lo denigrate the glorious past of India. Vartak has derived the date of the initiation of the Mahabharata War to be 16th October 5562 B. This proposed date has been examined by a few scholars and has been verified. It is possible to determine the date of an astronomical reference by considering the movements of the planets including the Sun and the Moon in the various constellations of the sky, the movement of the Earth with its axis inclined to the ecliptic and the precession and nutation of this axis as well as the seasonal changes referred to in the text. This may prove to be a break-through in deciding the chronology of the events in the history of India (and probably the World). Vartak has also derived the dates of Ramayana and the Vedas which has also been published as a book. Muller, who was in the pay of the East India Company, went so far as to describe the Vedas as childish poetry.In her History of India, academician Romilla Thapar describes the celebrated Rig-Veda as “primitive animism”; the Mahabharata as the glorification of a “local feud” between two Aryan tribes; the Ramayana as “a description of local conflicts between the agriculturists of the Ganges Valley and the more primitive hunting and food-gathering societies of the Vindhyan region” (sic).These are the same people who will happily agree that a child can be conceived without human conception.Despite the overwhelming scientific evidence produced by the likes of Charles Darwin, they believe the earth was created in 4004 BC and that a certain being called god created the world in seven days. Yes, he was so powerful he needed to rest on Sunday.) They won’t question any Christian or Muslim myths – howsoever outrageous, bizarre or downright funny – but Hindu traditions are open season for them.There are astrological, natural, geographical, physical, inscriptional and scriptural evidences that unquestionably establish the date of Mahabharat war as 3139 BC and the beginning of The dynasty of Surya Vansh of Kaushal (Ayodhya) ends with Sumitra (Bhagwatam 9/12/16); the dynasty of Chandra Vansh of Hastinapur ends with Chemak (Bhagwatam 9/22/44, 45); and the dynasties of the kingdom of Magadh flourished up to the Gupt dynasty (80s BC).The kingdom of Hastinapur, after Chemak, was constantly ruled by the people who took over the throne.