“Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.”
– Dr. Seuss
All one has to do is comprehend, not so complicated, phenomenon of so called ‘the precession of equinoxes’ and complicated questions have simple answers.
(1) AV (Arundhati-Vasistha) observation (Bhishma Parva 2:31)
Answer: Mahabharata war did not occur anytime (not even a day late) after 4508 BCE (nor a day before 11091 BCE)! No IFS & BUTS.
(2) Bhishma on bed of arrows for >92 days (20+ observations of Mahabharata text)
Answer: Mahabharata war did not occur anytime after 4000 BCE. No IFS & BUTS.
(3) Sun setting near nakshatra Pushya, during Hemant rutu (autumn), during Ramayana times ( Aranya Kanda 16:12)
Answer: Ramayana war did not occur anytime after 11500 BCE! No IFS & BUTS.
(4) ‘Brahmarashi‘ as pole star during Ramayana times (Yuddha Kanda 4:48) and ‘planet Mars settled along ‘Brahmarashi’ on the first day of Mahabharata war (Bhishma Parva 3:16-18).
Answer: Brahmarashi = Nakshatra Yogatara Abhijit
Ramayana around 12048 BCE and (Brahmarashi = Abhijit) 15000+ old tradition of Indian astronomy. No IFS & BUTS.
(5) Lunar month of Ashwin coinciding with spring season during Ramayana times (Kishkindha Kanda, Sarga 16 & 53). (In our times–as is currently happening this month— the lunar month of Ashwin coincides with pre-autumn/autumn season)
Answer: Ramayana did not occur anytime after 11800 BCE! No IFS & BUTS.
& many more such simple answers.
A researcher from Delhi wrote me on a forum,
“If the answers are so obvious, Nilesh ji, then, why are our experts, Sanskritists, academics, researchers and professors, scholars and historians don’t understand it, or at a minimum challenge/provide rebuttal to your findings?”
I had no good answer, however, am reproducing response of another fellow forum member…
मूर्खो की सारी रात, चतूर कि एक घडी