Saturday, November 21, 2015

Astronomical Dating: Mahabharat references

Absolutely amazing final outcome of intensive Research carried out for more than Six years – Skyviews of all almost all Astronomical references in 18 parvans of Mahabharta verified during the period from 600 BC to 6000 BC

Finally the sequence spanning events of more than 60 years observed and verified sequentially has revealed that
Mahabharata war actually started on 13th October, 3139 BC on Amavasya in Jyestha Nakshatra and Kali era conjunction was actually observed in the sky on 22 Jan 3101
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4 comments:

  1. You claim 3139 BCE as year of war. The Winter Solstice or BhishmaNirvana day would then be 14th Jan and the day of commencement of war should be 67 days prior to that or 7th Nov. give or take a day. ( I assume you are not claiming Bhishma spent any more or any less than the 57 days on death bed as stated by himself.) How are you claiming 14th Oct as the first day? That leaves a gap of 22 / 23 days unexplained!

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  2. You claim 3139 BCE as year of war. The Winter Solstice or BhishmaNirvana day would then be 14th Jan and the day of commencement of war should be 67 days prior to that or 7th Nov. give or take a day. ( I assume you are not claiming Bhishma spent any more or any less than the 57 days on death bed as stated by himself.) How are you claiming 14th Oct as the first day? That leaves a gap of 22 / 23 days unexplained!

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  3. The duration of Bhishma on bed of arrows for timeline claim of Saroj Bala ji amounts to 86 days (13 September 3140 BCE through 19/20 December 3140 BCE. Note, both dates are per Gregorian (and NOT Julian) calendar.

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  4. "Great Work"
    Mahabharata War started on 13th Oct, 3139 BC and ended on 31st Oct, 3139 BC.
    Winter solstice or Bhishma asthami was happened on 19th Dec, 3139 BC, today it is happened on 14/15th Jan due to Ayanamsa of 24 degrees or 24.25 days. Difference between start of Mahabharata war and Bhishma's death is 67 days. Bhishma spent 57 days (67-10 days) on arrow's bed from 23rd Oct to 19th Dec, 3139 BC.

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