Balarama's pilgrimage starts on a particular tithi and nakshatra and ends after 42 days on a particular tithi and nakshatra. Narahari Achar to be consistent with only one date: about 3000 BCE, i.e. No other date matches so consistenly with all the astronomical observations or, what may be called, celestial inscriptions. Karna describes to Krishna the observatin of unusual planetary conjunctions -- almost all the seven planets coming together; 5.Dr Manish Pandit, a nuclear medicine physician from UK is making a movie on Krishna as a historic figure. And the astronomical juxtapositions are not arbitrary or those that could happen in any decade or such… (these are from Udyoga and Bhisma Parvan).(1)Amavasya occurs in Jyestha in 19 years (2) (1) PLUS Solar Eclipse in Jyesth occurs in 340 years.Pandit has based his movie on dates and timelines coming out of scientific based research by credible evidence based on Archeology, Astronomy and Linguistics, apart from Oral evidence from Indian tradition. (3) (2) PLUS Saturn at Rohini occurs ONCE in 7000 years.It narrates the story of the Kuru Clan thereby including each and every aspect of human race and their behaviour in various situations.
By adding the total number of years of the four dynasties from Yudhishthir to Vikramaditya, it comes to 3,148 years which is 3111 Kali era or 9 AD, which represents the date when Vikramaditya left this earth planet.It involved a number of ancient kingdoms participating as allies of the rival groups.The location of the battle is described as having occurred in Kurukshethra in the modern state of Haryana.That is when Kali Yug is supposed to have started and Dwapar Yug came to an end. Here are a few dates that can be identified with respect to the dates by Dr.So, Bansal’s dates are a few decades prior to Achar’s dates. Achar: Mahabharat dates and Historical Events Interestingly, the decades when Dwapar Yug is supposed to have ended and Kali Yug supposed to have started as per these dates..Scholars from across the world came together, for the first time, in an attempt to establish the 'Date of Kurukshetra War based on astronomical data.' Undoubtedly, it was an amazing collation of information presented in a colloquium, held on January 5 and 6, 2003 at the Mythic Society, Bangalore. Firstly, it establishes the historic authenticity of Mahabharata as a sheet anchor of Bharatiya Itihas.