Question: What are the evidence of Mahabharata?

What is the evidence of Mahabharata?

Since the first excavations at Indraprastha in early 1950s, there have been at least eight excavations at places mentioned in the Mahabharata, but the ASI now has not published any conclusive, direct or genetic evidence so far to establish historical facts.

Did the Mahabharata happen?

Achar used planetarium software to argue that the Mahabharata War took place in 3067 BCE. Dubey claims that the war happened near 950 BCE.

Is there any evidence of Krishna?

“There are coins that were discovered and showed Krishna and Balaram icons,” he adds. S R Rao, who excavated a 15th century BCE site on the west coast of Gujarat, tells Pandit that “This was Krishnas Dwarka.” He shows a seal inscribed with a bull, unicorn and goat as mentioned in the epic Mahabharata.

How does Krishna look like?

Krishnas skin colour was dark, not blue. Krishnas good looks are the matter of folklore, but though commonly depicted in paintings and idols as blue, his skin colour was actually dark. Spiritualists believe that his all-inclusive, magnetic aura had blue hues and so he is generally depicted as being blue in colour.

What are the 5 main topics of the Bhagavad Gita?

7.1.1 The nature of God.7.1.2 The nature of Self.7.1.3 The nature of the world.7.1.4 Brahman-atman.7.1.5 Means to God.7.1.6 Karma yoga.7.1.7 Bhakti yoga.

Was Draupadi really beautiful?

Draupadi was a woman of incomprehensible beauty. She had such a grace and elegance that almost all the men in the world desired her as their wife. Apart from Rukmini and Satyabhama, no woman in the world could rival her. She had a dark skin tone which earned her the name Krishna meaning the dark one.

Write us

Find us at the office

Kitzler- Rayna street no. 70, 68971 Bujumbura, Burundi

Give us a ring

Camellia Kreckman
+52 403 997 569
Mon - Fri, 7:00-23:00

Contact us