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World’s First Suicide Squad lead by Susarma in Mahabharata
Susarma (Susharma / सुशर्मा) was king of Trigarta, who vowed to to either die or kill Arjuna as part of a larger plan by Duryodhana to capture Yudhishthira alive in Kurukshetra war. For this, he formed a suicide squad on …

Modern Countries existed since Mahabharata times
Apart from India, few other neighbouring countries were mentioned in Mahabharata. Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Iran, Tajakistan, Iraq, Turkmenistan, Kyrgistan, Tibet, Nepal, Myanmar, Sri Lanka had kingdoms with different names. Present India had multiple kingdoms and janapadas. Almost all of these …

Sri Krishna Life Events & Dates (Born 18 June 3229 BCE)
Krishna was born at midnight of 17/18 June 3229 BCE (gregorian calendar) on Sravana Krishna Ashtami (vedic panchangam) during the end of Dwapara Yuga and lived on earth for 126 years, 8 months Birth Date and Time of Sri Krishna …

Ancient Gandhara Kingdom (Kandahar, Afghanistan)
Ancient Gandhara Kingdom was located in parts of modern-day northern Pakistan and eastern Afghanistan. Gandhāra was located mainly in the Peshawar Valley, Pothohar Plateau and the Kabul River Valley. Its main cities were Purushapura (modern day Peshawar), meaning “city …

Proof of King Janamejaya donated lands to temples in 3013 BC
In Mahabharat, King Janamejaya was great-grandson of Arjuna (3rd among Pandavas) and copper plate inscriptions dating back to 3012-3013 BC have been found about his donations to Hampi and Kedarnath temples. Both the inscriptions written in Sanskrit on copper plates …

5000 years old Jarasandha Akhara at Rajgir (Girivrajapura)
Jarasandha (Sanskrit: जरासंध) was the king of Magadha with Girivrajapur as capital (present day Rajgir in Bihar). He was a descendant of the king Brihadratha, the founder of the Barhadratha dynasty of Magadha which was found by Uparichara Vasu more …

Mantras, Science of Sound and Vibration
Mantra (मंत्र) means a self advise. ‘Mananat trayate iti mantrah‘ is how Mantra is defined in Sanskrit. It means that by repetition (mananat) of which, you overcome/protected (trayate) [overcoming or protection from bondage/troubles/cycles of birth and …

Jambavantha Race in Ramayana were not Bears
Jambavan or Jambavantha was depicted in Ramayana as a Riksha-Raja. He is really the first of these races who walked on two legs and were created directly by the creator Brahma. Puranas have clearly described that there are many …