Jan 042016
The Great War of Mahabharata

The Great War of Maha-bharata between the Pandavas and the Kauravas happened in 3139 BC. The Pandavas, after winning the Mahabharat war, ruled Hastinapur for 36 years and 8 months until the beginning of kaliyug in 3102 BC. Since the Mahabharat war and the beginning of kaliyug were important historical events, they have been widely […more]

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Jan 042016

By Dr.P.V.Vartak INTRODUCTION The Mahabharat has excercised a continuous and pervasive influence on the Indian mind for milleniums. The Mahabharat, orginally written by Sage Ved Vyas in Sanskrut, has been translated and adapted into numerous languages and has been set to a variety of interpretations. Dating back to “remote antiquity”, it is still a living […more]

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Jan 042016

  The Gaudiya acaryas have stated that an ekadasi day is not suitable for fasting unless the ekadasi tithi starts “at least two muhurtas before sunrise”. But there is some difference of opinion about how to understand this statement. In some places in various astrological and astronomical texts, the muhurta is defined strictly as two […more]

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Jan 042016

  Il calcolo del tempo secondo il Bhagavatam Il punto di riferi­mento fondamentale per costruire una cronologia plausibile è la vita di Brahma, il primo essere vivente e architetto del nostro universo. Tutti i Purana, nei loro primi capitoli, si cimentano a stabilire la struttura del tempo. Essendo molto simili tra loro, prendiamo come riferimento […more]

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Jan 042016

Mi hanno chiesto quali sono i muhurta del giorno e a che ora cominiciano e finiscono e i loro nomi. Mettiamo che il sole sorga alle 6 di mattina nella vostra nazione, questo sono i muhurta con in relativi orari e nomi. 1 – 06:00 – 06:48 RUDRA 2 – 06:48 – 07:36 AHI 3 […more]

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Jan 032016

September 1, 2010 by Ramesh Panchwagh 45 Comments Why one more date based on the astronomical evidence quoted from the Mahabharata? I have made this effort for the following reasons: All the previous dates by various scholars are from misunderstood quotes, incorrect translations and incorrect conversions between the Gregorian calendar and the Indian astronomical calendar. […more]

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Jan 032016

  KALAMANA. (Calculating time). In ancient days in India time was calculated in the following manner. Time taken (needed) to pierce a leaf with a needle 30 Alpaltalas 30 Trutis 30 Kalas 30 Kasthas 4 Nimisas 10 Ganitas – 6 Netuvirpus 6 Vinazhikas 60 Ghatikas 15 Ahoratras 2 Paksas 2 Masas (months) 6 Rtus 300 […more]

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Jan 022016

The Kurukshetra War (Sanskrit: कुरुक्षेत्र युद्ध) is a war described in the Indian epic Mahabharata as a conflict that arose from a dynastic succession struggle between two groups of cousins, the Kauravas and Pandavas, for the throne of Hastinapura in an Indian kingdom called Kuru. It involved a number of ancient kingdoms participating as allies […more]

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