Mahabharata Katha by Rajagopalachari

Mahabharata Katha by Rajagopalachari in Hindi
Mahabharata Katha by Rajagopalachari in Hindi


Mahabharata Katha by Rajagopalachari in Hindi


Today we will look at 10 such evidences related to Mahabharata, after that your decision will be whether Mahabharata really happened.


1. References to Astronomy - Mahabharata Katha





The industry festival of Mahabharata tells that Lord Krishna went to Hastinapur just before the war of Mahabharata. While the moon was in the constellation of Revathi, on the way to Hastinapur, Krishna God stopped and stayed in a place on the way, which was named Vriksathala. And the day the moon was in the Bharani constellation, the day Duryodhana ignored all the efforts of Lord Krishna and turned his mind. At that time, the moon was in the Pushya nakshatra, from the Indian Astronomical calculation, we have ascertained the dates of events of the time when all those events took place.


2. Kurukshetra - Mahabharata Katha





We all know that the war of Mahabharata took place in Kurukshetra, which is still located in the state of Haryana. It is said that due to the blood flowing in the war that brought devastation at that time, the land there had become red. Archaeological experts have admitted that the incident of Mahabharata was really happened because the iron arrows and spears have been found buried in the ground at that place. Whose investigation, they are believed to be dated to 2800 BC, which are almost of the time period of Mahabharata.


3. Today's nuclear weapon - Mahabharata Katha





You must have heard about the terrible weapon named Brahmastra in Mahabharata. This weapon was a very destructive nuclear weapon created by Brahma to preserve religion and truth. It is believed that it used to be unmistakable and a banyankar weapon. Which only the other Brahmastra can stop and the one who leaves it also has the ability to take it back. Even in the Ramayana, when Lakshman tried to attack Meghnad with Brahmastra, Lord Shri Ram stopped Laxman by saying that it is not right to use it now because it would destroy the whole of Lanka and get to know innocent people. Thus this weapon used to be with only a few Yodhas during the times of Ramayana and Mahabharata. In the Ramayana this weapon was near Lakshmana and Vibhishana. And in the Mahabharata it was possessed by Dronacharya, Ashwathama, Krishna, Yudhishthira, Karna, Pradyuman and Arjuna. These weapons have the power to destroy the whole world, now you must be wondering why I am telling you this. Let me tell you because in modern times J Robert Oppenheimer has studied the Gita and Mahabharata very deeply and is remarkable. That the US had given the same scientist J Robert Oppenheimer the job of making atomic bombs. He researched the fighting power of the Brahmastra weapon of the Mahabharata period and named his mission Trinity.


4. The Mahabharata is written in verses - Mahabharata Katha





It is absolutely wrong to say that the articles written in Mahabharata are fictitious. Such people think because the way they are written is like a poem. And on reading them, they look like a poem, but it was the custom at that time that everything was written in the same way as poetry. Even the formulas of Mathematics i.e. Mathematics were written like poetry.


5. Proof of organ- Mahabharata Katha


Kunti's eldest son Danveer Karna was the king of Anga country. The Angadesh of that time, which was presented to him by Duryodhana as a gift, is now known as Gonda district in Uttar Pradesh. It is also said that Jarasandha has given some parts of his kingdom to Karna, which is today known as Munger and Bhagalpur district of Bihar. The same that we call Delhi today was known as Indraprastha in the time of Mahabharata, so this place is not imaginary. There are hundreds of places which were named during the time of Mahabharata, which are now like Dwarka, Kurukshetra, Barnava, Hidimba etc.


6. Chakravyuh stones - Mahabharata Katha


Rajaun village, situated under sixteen Singi Dhar in Hamirpur district of Himachal Pradesh, is famous as a historical site. According to prevailing beliefs, the Pandavas stayed here during the unknown. Arjuna, after acquiring knowledge of Chakravyuh here, engraved it on a stone, which is still present today. If you look carefully at this Chakravyuh, then the way to enter in it is clearly visible but the way to go out is not known. This Chakravyuh is present near a ruins palace, known as Piplu Fort. Arjuna taught his remaining brothers here Chakravyuh.


7. Amenities - Mahabharata Katha


In the Mahabharata, 'Laksha Griha' is considered to have an important role. The Kauravas built it with lacquer and a conspiracy was hatched to burn the Pandavas alive, but through the tunnel, the Pandavas got out and saved their lives. It was built in a place called Varnavat (present Barnava).


8. Srimad Bhagavad Gita - Mahabharata Katha


Those who have read the Srimad Bhagavad Gita will be well aware that most of the verses in it are written in only two lines, and if you read any one verse, then these verses say in very few words and say a lot as if the ocean in Gagar . And the deep things are written in it, these things can not be told by any ordinary person. Today, human civilization has developed a lot, but even today, the knowledge contained in the Gita is unimaginable and unique, which a normal person's mind cannot think, a great man or a god can only say. And this is the proof that Lord Krishna was there and he communicated the Arjuna of the Gita


9. Dwarka city -  Mahabharata Katha





We are all familiar with this fact that Lord Krishna was the king of Dwarka. And there is a mention in the Mahabharata that this Magari was jealous. The archeology department has found an old city under the sea near Gujarat and its evidence suggests that it is the same Dwarka city. Which is mentioned in the Mahabharata, this relic found in the sea proves that Dwarka is not an imaginary city but a real city.


10. Vishal Dynasty - Mahabharata Katha


The dynasty of Mahabharata begins with King Manu and more than 50 dynasties are described in this book. Dhritarashtra and Pandu were also of this dynasty, if the Mahabharata was just a legend, the author would have been able to describe only 5 or 10 dynasties, or if he had been wise, he would have described 15 dynasties as if he would have described only 20 dynasties but here So more than 50 dynasties have been described. And the story of so many dynasties and including them in a book is not possible at all on the basis of a fictional story.
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