This book seeks to rewrite the history of the world, particularly of the Indian subcontinent, based purely on multi-disciplinary scientific research. The planetary references in Valmiki Ramayan were actually seen from the given latitudes and longitudes around 5100 BC and these matched sequentially. See the slides depicting those sky views! The way in which archaeological, paleobotanical, oceanographic, geological, ecological and remote sensing research reports corroborate the astronomical dates is amazing!
The book displays the sea level curve prepared by the Oceanographers confirming that submerged Ram Sethu was a walkable bridge in 5100 BC. See the curve! Recent genetic profiling of world populations corroborates that Dravidians and north Indians had common ancestors and indigenous civilization has constantly been developing in India for more than 10000 years, which supports the authenticity of genealogical charts found in ancient Indian texts. The book will persuade you to rethink if Ramayan and Mahabharat were merely the imagination of the poets or these contained some hard historical facts about our glorious past.
The book contains following detailed scientific/academic papers.
About the Author
Ms. Saroj Bala belongs to 1972 batch of Indian Revenue Service (IRS). She has been deeply involved for last many years in scientific research into the historicity of ancient events narrated in Vedas and Epics. The research project “Scientific Dating of Ancient Events before 2000 BC’ was conceived by her and she is its Chief Research Coordinator.
Kulbhushan Mishra a young scholar in Archaeology is working as a Research Associate in Indian Archaeological Society. He has authored a book entitled “Practical Dictionary of Indian Art, Architecture and Archaeology” jointly with late Dr. S.P.Gupta (in press) and has published several research papers in reputed archaeological journals. Currently he is engaged in a project on “Atlas of Indus – Saraswati Civilization” which involves preparation of maps based on GIS.
4 Aug, 2017
book is for children
16 Jul, 2017
compilation of papers
21 Jan, 2015