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A Historical Facts on Mahabharata

A Historical Facts on Mahabharata

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Published by: Rajendra Prasad Pandey on Apr 16, 2011
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Mahabharata, sheet-anchor of bharatiyaitihasa
Dr. S. KalyanaramanSarasvatiNadiShodhPrakalpAkhilaBharatiyaItihasaSankalanaYojana26/3 Temple Avenue,Srinagar Colony,Chennai600015kalyan97@yahoo.comhttp://hindu-tva.com
 
Eurasia during most extreme part offull glacial conditions (17,000-15,00014C y.a.)
This map concentrates on the time window slightlyafter the LGM, when aridity seems to havereached its most extreme point. Only slightlymoister conditions prevailed for most of the period22,000-14,000 14C y.a. (25,000-15,000 calendaryears ago). A large area of extreme desertconditions existed across central Asia (dark red),surrounded by
semi-desert (light red),
underconditions much colder than the present-day. Inthe north, Siberia was colder and much
more arid,with steppe-tundra (pink)
and polar desert (grey).Ice masses (light grey) were present in north-western Siberia. In China, colder more aridconditions caused a retreat of forests, with
grasslands (yellow)
and open woodlands(medium green) in southern China and Japan.Forest steppe (violet) and
conifer forest (bluegreen)
may have predominated elsewhere. Insouth Asia,
rainforest (darkest green)
retreatedand was replaced by grasslands (yellow) andmonsoon forests and woodlands (lime-green).Scrub and open woodland (lighestgreen) probablyexisted in presently moist forest climates ofBangladesh and SW China. .
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SaptaSindhu(Nation of SevenRivers):Theatre of Pancajanaah,Five Peoples
Marius Fontane, 1881,
 HistoireUniverselle, Inde Vedique
(de 1800 a800 av. J.C.), Alphonse Lemerre,Editeur, Paris
Due to plate tectonics, Siwalik ranges shifted laterally creatinga gap near Paonta Saheb. Yamuna captured waters of Sarasvatiand took them to Ganga to create the Triveni Sangamam.[Satellite image: NRSA, ISRO, Hyderabad]
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Tamasa(with its Yamuna branch) flowed west, inPa_ontaSa_habDun; the west-flowing channels, nowcalled Ba_taand Ma_rkandajoin Sarsuti(with widechannels). Metamorphic rocks from inner Himalaya arefound in two old terraces. [KS Valdiya, 2002, Fig. 3.3]
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