Absolute Dating of Mahabharata: Based on Kaliyuga
970 BCE; proven by Kaliyuga, 13-day eclipse pair and Arundathi-Vasishta switch among other astronomical references. Also supported by the Indian chronology [F. E. Pargiter (950 BC)], linguistics [J. L. Brockington (8/9th century BC)] and archaeology [B.B. Lal (860 BC)].
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