Mahabharat and Science: Some Mysteries of the Mahabharata that Conceal Modern Science
The essence of human life is concealed within the Mahabharata. It reveals many aspects that are considered highly valuable for human existence. Are you aware that the Mahabharata contains certain elements that conceal scientific facts?
Mahabharata and Science: We are all familiar with the epic tale of Mahabharata. Many religious scholars consider it a mirror of human life. However, did you know that the Mahabharata reveals certain aspects that conceal not only spiritual but also scientific significance? It is worth mentioning that the Mahabharata era provided glimpses of modern science. These glimpses can be witnessed and studied even today. Let’s explore some of the scientific facts hidden within the Mahabharata.
The Use of Nuclear Weapons in Mahabharata:
The Mahabharata scripture mentions that approximately 1.5 billion warriors, soldiers, and others lost their lives during the 18-day war. Various celestial weapons such as Brahmastra, Brahmashirsha, Pashupatastra, Vaishnavastra, Narayanastra, Agni astra, Nagaastra, Vajrastra, Varunastra, and others were employed during this period. This indicates the utilization of formidable weapons during the Mahabharata War.
Sanjaya’s Live Telecast of the Mahabharata War:
Sanjaya, the son of Gavalgana, was an advisor in the Mahabharata epic. He possessed divine vision and described all the ongoing events of the war to King Dhritarashtra. He served as Dhritarashtra’s advisor and charioteer. This suggests that scientific knowledge during the Mahabharata era must have been quite advanced compared to our present times.
Abhimanyu: The Warrior Born in the Womb:
There is a story in the Mahabharata where Subhadra, while pregnant, inquired about the secret of entering the Chakravyuha (a military formation) from Arjuna. Arjuna explained the entire strategy in detail, and Abhimanyu, who was developing inside the womb, listened to these words. However, before Subhadra could learn the exit strategy from the Chakravyuha, she fell asleep. Consequently, Abhimanyu learned the entry process but missed the opportunity to learn the exit strategy. Modern science also supports the notion that when a child is in its mother’s womb, it begins to learn many things.
Embryonic Development and Cloning in Mahabharata:
In the 21st century, science has made significant advancements. The cloning process that was discovered a few years ago is explicitly described in the Mahabharata era. The story in the Mahabharata mentions that one of the Kaurava’s embryos was divided into 100 parts and developed in separate containers, which can be referred to as test tube babies in modern terminology.
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