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As devotees and followers of the Vedic path, we already accept the premise that Lord Krishna appeared 5,000 years ago and spoke the Bhagavad-gita in the Mahabharata war.
But it is always nice when scholars, other researchers and science can add support to what we already propose. One aspect that can show us the early nature of Vedic society, and with a little more reliability, is highlighting the time when Lord Krishna was present.
This is another point that has generated many opinions, and it is almost impossible to get an agreed concensus on this matter, but is now much clearer than ever with more recent research and findings.
So let us take a look at a few ideas from at least one angle of research on this topic. Narahari Achar, a physicist from the University of Memphis, clearly showed with astronomical analysis that the Mahabharata war took place in 3067 BCE.
Examining the Mahabharata, books 3, 5, and 18, his sky map software showed that all these descriptions converge in the year 3067.
Achar also acknowledged that some 30 years earlier, in 1969, S. In determining the date of the Mahabharata war at Kurukshetra, astronomical references in the epic can be used, of which there are more than one hundred and fifty.
Most of these that pertain to the war, though there are many scattered throughout the texts, is in the Udyoga and Bhisma Parvas.
Those in the Bhisma Parva are especially systematic and are also in accordance with the astrological omens described in the Atharva Veda and its Parishishtas, referring mostly to comets.
This corroborates with the view that the age of Kali-yuga started in 3102 BCE, according to Dr. As stated in the Puranas, Kali-yuga had already begun, but its full influence was held back because of the presence of Lord Krishna.Then when Lord Krishna departed from this world, which is said to have occurred 35 years after the war of Kurukshetra in 3067, making it the year of 3032 BCE, then Kali-yuga began to show more of its effects.In the time line for the passing away of Grandfather Bhisma, for example, it is said that Bhisma passed away on the Magha (January-February) shukla ashtami, after the winter solstice, which leads to the date of January 13, 3066 BCE for the winter solstice.Lord Krishnas departure from Upaplavya nagara on the mission for peace September 26, 3067 BCE Krishna reaches Hastinapura September 28, 3067 BCE Lunar eclipse September 29, 3067 BCE Krishna rides with Karna October 8, 3067 BCE Solar eclipse October 14, 3067 BCE The war begins November 22, 3067 BCE Fourteenth day of the war, continued into the wee hours of the morning December 8, 3067 BCE Balarama returns December 12, 3067 BCE Winter solstice January 13, 3066 BCE Bhismas passing away January 17, 3066 BCE The above accounts for 48 days from the time of Bhismas fall to the time of his passing.However, it is generally accepted that Grandfather Bhisma had 58 sleepless nights between the time of his fall and the time of his passing.