Some Facts Related To The Reality Of Mahabharata
Today, we will talk about some facts that prove that the Mahabharata was not imaginary. Religion and Faith: These are 2 different forms of the same coin. But it would not be wrong to say that where there is religion, faith itself is born there. In Hinduism, the Mahabharata is counted in high texts. Today you’ll know some such facts with the help of this article. After reading this you will be sure that the Mahabharata was not imaginary. The Mahabharata is called the history of India. As we know, history means, that had happened before. This proves that the Mahabharata was not an epic, but a true event. We all know that the story of Mahabharata begins with King Manu. In history, more than 100 kings of this dynasty have been mentioned. Both King Pandu and Dhritarashtra belonged to this lineage. If it was imaginary, then it was difficult for the author to know the entire lineage. It is true that Arjuna took the knowledge of the Geeta during the Mahabharata. The truth of the time of Kalyug and the events occurring in it was already written in the Geeta. And this cannot be a fictitious event. It is also said that Lord Krishna was the king of Dwarka. According to the Mahabharata, this city was sunk in the sea. The archaeological department found the entire city under the sea near Gujarat. The archaeological department found the entire city under the sea near Gujarat and experts believe that this city is of the Mahabharata period. The city of Lord Krishna was called the dedicated state. It is also said that apart from the people living in Dwarka, this whole city was sunk in the ocean. Remains found in the sea confirm this. In the Mahabharata, about 35 cities were mentioned and the Archeology Department has also confirmed it. Details of many states during the Mahabharata are found in the country and abroad. Many states of the Mahabharata period are found today in the country and abroad. Hastinapur of Mahabharata is today’s Meerut District of Uttar Pradesh, Gandharva is today’s Afghanistan and Indraprastha is today’s Delhi. Ramayana and the Mahabharata took place at different times but there has been much evidence related to these two. If these things were imaginary, so how can there be so much equality between the two books? The war of Mahabharata was done in Kurukshetra and that place in Haryana is still present where this war happened. It is said that the blood of soldiers is still in this soil; this is the reason that this soil is still red.