Rebuilding Ancient Indian history

Rebuilding Ancient Indian history is not unlike the science and techniques employed by Dendrochronology.

A powerful analogy (but only an analogy)

In case of ‘Ancient Indian history’, overlap of ‘fingerprints’ won’t come from different trees, but rather from records of different disciplines viz.

Records of recent history – epigraphs-reference events/astronomy events mentioned in epigraphs and other records – References calendars -Ancient Indian narratives (Mahabharata, Ramayana, Samhitas, Brahamanas, Sutras, Puranas, etc.) – hydrology-seismology-oceanography -climatology-dendrochronology-paleontology-eclipsazoology-geology-astronomy-genetics-archaeology-cosmology….

You get an idea.

coming soon….


2 thoughts on “Rebuilding Ancient Indian history

  1. I was in the audience at Utkarsha Mandal, Vile Parle, Mumbai on Dec 4, 2016 where you delivered a talk on this theme. Thanks for your contribution to the ongoing debate over the date of the Mahabharata War. You said in the talk that you agree with the date worked out by Dr P. V. Vartak–5561 BCE. You did not mention the work of Dr Narahari Achar of the University Tennessee who uses modern software to determine the date of the Mahabharata War.

    • Thank you for your comments.

      The date of 3067 BCE, originally proposed by Prof Srinivas Raghavan and claimed to have been verified by Prof. Achar is part of the 130+ claims I mentioned about the dating of Mahahbarata war.

      If you check my blog site (this site) with key words such as Dr. Achar or prof. achar, you will come across my 10 part criticism of his claim. Please read through them and let me know your thoughts.


      Nilesh Oak

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