About

Nilesh Oak holds BS & MS in Chemical Engineering and Executive MBA. He is interested in Astronomy, Archeology, Geology, Genetics, Quantum Mechanics, Economics, Ancient narratives and Philosophy.

He published his first book, ‘When did the Mahabharata War Happen?:The Mystery of Arundhati’ in 2011.

He published his second book, ‘The Historic Rama – Indian Civilization at the end of Pleistocene’ in 2014.

Both books are available in paperback and in Kindle on Amazon.

He is in the process of completing his third book, ‘Bhishma Nirvana’.

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13 thoughts on “About

  1. Nilesh ji:

    Namaskar! Is there a way to contact you? We would like to invite you to deliver a talk in Delhi and Bangalore on the dating of the Mahabharata and the Ramayana (separate talks), whenever you are visiting India (if i am not mistaken you live in the US).

    I run both a tech business and a non-profit — https://www.facebook.com/srijanfoundation/?fref=ts One of the projects called the “India Civilization Project” of our non-profit invites speakers connected with the revival and revitalization of the Indian civilization; we record the videos; and publicise them on social media. Here’s the YouTube channel where we publish our videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3nhAUpe7aBm1rFCBgoWWcA — if you notice atleast one talk by Sanjeev Sanyal really went viral. We’re just getting started, and are determined to spread the message of all our inspired (and inspiring) speakers.

    Would appreciate an email from you to me. I am reachable at: “four [DOT] pursuits [AT] gmail [DOT] com”. Looking forward to hear from you.

    Regards,
    Rahul

  2. When I was a student (during 1978-79), I had a book on Ancient Indian History with chronological events (from Vedic times to Modern India), in which the author arrived at date of Ramayana some 7 lac years BC and Mahabharata about 4 lac years BC (I vaguely remember the dates) based on astrological / astronomical calculations. The best part of the book was it had listed out the chronology of events running into several pages, from Vedic times to Birth of independent India, with names of Kings / dynasties/lineage etc.

    Another interesting part of the book is that it argued with proofs that the Indian King who fought Alexander the Great, was Chandra Gupta of the Gupta dynasty and not Chandra Gupta Maurya of the Mauryan dynasty.

    I lost the book and am still searching for the book, but unable to find it online / in bookstalls. I don’t remember the title of the book or author’s name.

    I would recommend that you find out the book and read it. You would find it very useful and a better guide / mentor to you. Perhaps, you may re-do your calculations to arrive at correct dates based on astronomical calculations given in Puranas and Itihasas.

  3. You and your readers might find this of interest:

    In this heavily researched work, extensively drawing from the Quran, authentic hadith, principal sufi works and biographies, along with numerous other documents, we discover an account of Islam – based on both its authenticated history and especially its psychology – that precludes its alleged origin. And as we examine the primary Islamic texts, along with two national examples (one of which, of course, is “Pakistan”) exhibiting the same origin, the real occult creator of Islam becomes clear. In addition to exposing the myth of Islam’s revelatory origin, we intensively examine the actual doctrine of the heretical – to Islam, yet at the same time viciously anti-Hindu – sufi ‘saints’, juxtaposing their intermediate (as openly admitted by them) mystic realizations with the Consciousness of the Rishis and Yogin. Finally, we return to the Islamic scripture to again comment on the absolute impossibility of any “Reformation”, and outline the ongoing centres of control by which the Asura of Falsehood continues to savagely impose himself.
    http://pdfsr.com/pdf/touched-by-an-asura.pdf
    https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/02/11/touched-by-an-asura/
    http://docdro.id/pK0tdPF

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