The Mahabharat (महाभारत) has excercised a continuous and pervasive influence on the mankind for millenniums. Mahabharat War took place at the end of Dwapar yuga. The counting done on 27th July 1979: Some scholars rely on the horoscope of Lord Krishna to calculate his birth-date so as to establish the period of Mahabharat. At that time Winter Solstice was on Revati, so Vyas gave the next Nakshatra Ashvini the first palee in the Nirayan list of Nakshatras. So Saturn was at 141 degrees or in Purva Nakshatra (पूर्व नक्षत्र). [ Read Also Big Bang Theory Is As Flawed as Modern Cosmologists Expertise ] Please note that i have taken 365.25 days for a solar year. C., but their Mars is in Ashadha, Jupiter is in Revati, Saturn in Shatataraka and Rahu in Jeshtha. Such a fortnight comes at the interval of 22 years. Therefore, we have to accept this date of the Mahabharat War, if we want to be scientific. The Mahabharat, orginally written by Sage Ved Vyas in Sanskrit, has been translated and adapted into numerous languages and has been set to a variety of interpretations. Subtracting the span of Dwapar Yuga of 2400 years we get 7880 – 2400 = 5480 B. But they do not realise that the horoscope is a forged one, prepared many thousand years after Krishna’s death. Thus he used Ashvinyadi Ganana for the Nirayan method. This means that Saturn completed 255 rounds and has gone ahead by 0.00362 or 1.3 degrees. It covers the general leap years, but it does not take into account the leap years abandoned at centuries. Please note that all the twelve planets will come in the same positions again only after 2229 crores of years.
Astronomical and literary evidences or clues from the Pauranic (पौराणिक) and Vaidik (वैदिक) texts have been deciphered to provide a conclusive date for the Mahabharat War.
many scholars have neglected this fact and have assumed that this Sahadeva fought in the Mahabharat War and was the son of Jarasandha. At present on 27th July 1979 the Sun was at 99 deg. 18′ due to the precession at the rate of 72 years per degree. (This horoscope is printed in “The Age of Bharat War” on page 241-Publisher, Motilal Banarasidas 1979). 1979 5561 = 7540, divided by 18.5992 gives 405.39378 turns. This is Uttarashadha where Rahu was situated (by Nirayan method). I make it clear here that I have used the Heliocentric method that means I have considered the rotations of planets around the Sun. Here Vyas says that there was some luminary with Venus in Poorva Bha- drapada. This stanza clearly states that these seven great planets were ‘seen’ moving away from the Sun.
Multiplying 138 generations by 35 years we get 4830 years before Chan- dragupta Mourya. On the other hand, Maghasandhi was the son of Sahadeva and the grand- son of Jarasandha [Ashwamedh-82]. This shows that the Sun has receded back by 48 deg. This shows that Krishna was born 3456 years ago or substracting 1979 from it we can say that Krishna was born during 1477 BC. We cannot accept such a wrong date derived from a manipulated borscope. We have to go in the past, so adding 141.7 to orginal 132 we get 273 dgrs. So Jupiter was 212 dgrs behind the orginal position. -83 means 360 – 83 = 277 degree 277 dgrs is the position of the star of Shravan. Here an expert may raise a question whether I have used Heliocentric method or Geocentric method. This comes in the zone of Dhanishtha, but the star of Dhanishtha is at 297 degrees, so the position given by Vyas is confirmed. They fixed its position by mathemat- ics, and at that site, it was discovered by German Astronomers in 1846 A. I have found that Neptune is also mentioned by Vyas in Mahabharat, under the name of “Shyama”. So they appeared to Ved-Vyas as colliding with each other, during total solar eclipse.
Many scholars have taken this evidence, but taking only 20 years per generation they fixed the date of Krishna as 2760 years before Chandragupta.
But this is wrong because the record is not of ordinary people to take 20 years per generation.