Mahabharata: The Greatest Spiritual Epic of All Time


One of the oldest and most cherished of all Indian classics, filled with deep spiritual wisdom, it is the story of five heroic brothers who were destined to rule a vast kingdom.

Originally composed in Sanskrit sometime between 400 BC and 400 AD, The Mahabharata-with one hundred thousand stanzas of verse-is one of the longest poems in existence. At the heart of the saga is a conflict between two branches of a royal family whose feud culminates in a titanic eighteen-day battle. Exploring such timeless subjects as dharma (duty), artha (purpose), and kama (pleasure) in a mythic world of warfare, magic, and beauty, this is a magnificent and legendary Hindu text of immense importance to the culture of the Indian subcontinent.


The truth about Mahabharata:

The human population was very simple at this time...thousands of years after Ramayana. What happened is that Lord Krishna Group came to see what is going on and stayed a few years. The Krishna Civilization is Universes most advanced like about Five Billion Years. So, they were hear talking to the Indian. And that story was immortalized in a book. The story was available for the books then And the time was about 12,300 BP when they left the planet.

I know, Indians would not believe it. The best way to find is connect to the Akashic Records and find it beside digging through the Dwaraka items.

The catch is, any Krishna material if left would be in Molecular technology that looks like sand or granite....Keep will get there. Some of us were born at that time and are here now. We have minor memories and hence can not talk about it. Thank you.

Once it is evidenced ...I can talk about the Interdimensional war at that time. That is a big war (Hence Mahabharata)....covering about 17 Galaxies...enjoy the show...much bigger than what the poem says...

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