Muzaffarnagar Riots, An Untold Story (Hindi)

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2 Responses to Muzaffarnagar Riots, An Untold Story (Hindi)

  1. anurag Mishra says:

    Dear Sir,
    I admire your writings and follow you on twitter,in one of your tweets you have mentioned that Lord Rama lived 1.75 million years ago but I read that Mahabharata happened in 4000 BC and Ramayana in 4300 BC.There are several characters who are common both to Ramayana and Mahabharata. Hanuman and Bhima as both Vayu’s children. Hanuman belongs to Ramayana while Bhima and his wife Draupadi belongs to Mahabharata. An old Hanuman told Bhima (searching for a flower for Draupadi ) who was vain about his great strength to lift his tail and Bhima could not . Narada, Durvasha Muni , Parashurama are common to both Epics.Drona’s father was the Maharishi Bharadwaja, who was the pupil of Valmiki, who wrote Ramayana.Bharadwaja’s daughter married Visrava and her son was Kubera, the elder half-brother of Ravana.There are many such things which create confusion that to how there can be so much time gap between Ramayana and Mahabharata.
    As an ardent follower I look forward to your reply which will kill all the doubts in my ignorant mind.Pl enlighten.
    Regards.

    • janamejayan says:

      In Krita yuga the life span was exceeding 100000 years. The life span has been gradually getting shortened to what we have today. During middle ages Europeans seldom crossed 40. Krishna who lived 5000 years ago lived to 160 years. Adam who lived about 4000 years ago according to bible lived for 900+ years. Europeans whose ability to think beyond their euro centric idea of 40 year life span called our accounts fairly tale and myth. There is no way I can prove our Puranic account and neither can the European disprove it but only poo-poo it.

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