An Indic researcher wrote, after watching my presentation at Swadeshi Indology conference-2, here –
“So, there should be archaeological evidence to match the astronomical evidence.”
Why limit ourselves to ONLY archaeological evidence?
We should be, by luck of course, able to find evidence that corroborates astronomy evidence from various other disciplines of science….
(12) Genealogies of Kings and Rishis
(13) History of astronomy, agriculture and technology…on and on.
As of now, The astronomy evidence presented by me has seen impressive corroboration with existing (i.e. identified, found and tested) evidence of
(8) genealogies of historical kings but also Rishis.
It has also corroborated well with history, and additional non Ramayana/Mahabharata related evidence, of astronomy.
My claims for chronology of Ramayana and Mahabharata have provided numerous additional clues for the chronology of Rigveda, Yajurveda and other Vedas.
Of course, much more detailed work is required in this area.
Although a sidebar, I could also research and demystify problems such as (1) Draupadi Vastraharan (2) deep and long sleep episodes of Kumbhakarna and many more. All of these works will be published in future.
Impressive indeed! won’t you agree?
As with any scientific field and claims, my research has also led to additional and newer problems of higher complexity.
I will enumerate few, by way of illustration:
(1) No archaeological evidence, as of today, that is identified, found and tested, that matches/corroborates with descriptions of either Ramayana or Mahabharata texts
(2) Current understanding of sciences – specifically oceanography, geology (earth crust displacement and tectonic movements) neither support nor deny ‘need’ for Nala -setu in 12209 BCE, year of Rama-Ravana yuddha, per my claim.
(3) No technology evidence as of today that would allow corroboration for descriptions of Pushpak vimana, flying abilities of numerous (but not all) Vanara and flying abilities of numerous (but not all) Ravana clan members.
There are many more.
My hope is that enthusiastic and capable researchers will come forward and work on these exciting problems.