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Shri Krishna : A Truth or a Myth?(Evidence)

Who does not know the God of Hindus, Lord Shri Krishna? Everyone knows and everyone must know about the stories related to him, but today we will tell you some such facts of Shri Krishna being in our world, which not only the world but also the scientists have accepted as true, and the proofs are also alive.

Some unique facts about India:

  • Does the Dwarka mentioned in mythology still exist today?
  • Was the Yamuna River really important between Shri Krishna and Basudev?
  • What is the relationship between the ancient pillar erected by a Greek ambassador to Lord Shri Krishna?

The holy book Shrimad-Bhagavad describes: – When Lord Shri Krishna passes by somewhere, all the activities of the world stop automatically.

Shri Krishna evidence

According to the Bhagavata Purana, Sri Krishna was so established in the inner nature of the world that he appeared in the beautiful outer form of Krishna, and whoever beheld such a beautiful form was mesmerized. Now the question is: what is the real truth about Krishna and his times?

Research is being done on a large scale, which is known as Bharat Gyan.This organization is working on a large scale to piece together the fragments of the past by painstakingly searching for lost relics to keep alive the glorious past of Bharata knowledge, ancient civilizations associated with India, and the Hindu pantheon that is part of ancient Indian culture. Throws light on the time of the gods.

Here are some lesser-known facts about Lord Krishna, which prove with evidence that Krishna was not an imagination but a living incarnation of God:

There is evidence of many such ancient arts in India and in the surrounding areas of India that show the glory of Shri Krishna. Not only this, but there are many archaeological artifacts from all over India that show continuity in the reference to Krishna. Shri Krishna is the God of the whole world.

Banyan tree of the Bhagavad Gita in Kurukshetra, Jyotisar:

Banyan tree of the Bhagavad Gita in Kurukshetra, Jyotisar
Banyan tree of the Bhagavad Gita in Kurukshetra, Jyotisar

According to the scientists, it is not possible that the tree that was at that place when Lord Shri Krishna narrated the Gita to Arjuna was the same banyan tree. It is surprising that complete information about this tree has been given in books and old writings, although carbon dating of the tree is not possible. But still, it is very surprising that the mention of that tree is found in the Vedas, which is still alive and is worshipped.

The carbon dating of many other such objects from Kurukshetra suggests that the Mahabharata war took place long before the Indus Valley civilization.

Yamla Arjuna of Mohenjodaro, 2200 BC:

An eminent archaeologist and a leading name in the field of archaeoastronomy, Dr. Euan Mackie, found some very ancient clay fragments. These pieces of clay belong to the time when two great devotees of Lord Shiva were cursed by Naradji. Their names were Nalakuvara and Manigriva, who were punished for indulging in material wealth and oppressing human beings.

Made both the devotees dull and unconscious, like a tree. He encountered Lord Krishna during the punishment. These two trees were in the courtyard of Mother Yashoda. This incident occurred with Yamla Arjun of Mohenjodaro in about 2200 BC. According to Dr. Macky, there was a culture of devotion to Shri Krishna even at that time.

A Greek ambassador presented some proofs of the existence of Shri Krishna – 

Greek ambassador presented some proofs of the existence of Shri Krishna - 
Greek ambassador presented some proofs of the existence of Shri Krishna – 

In one of the oldest archaeological Sites in the world (which is still located on the ground), Shri Krishna is described as Vasudeva. This pillar is probably the Heliodorus pillar. This pillar is located at a place called Vidisha Sanchi in Madhya Pradesh, India. This is such a pillar, in which Garuda is made to fly above.

According to the Archaeological Survey, this pillar was built by Heliodorus, a Greek ambassador. This pillar was made by Heliodorus around 120 BC. This is the reason why this pillar is known as the Heliodorus Pillar.

Historians have told it about 113 BC on the basis of the text inscribed on this pillar. The mention of Heliodorus suggests that this pillar was being built in the memory of Vasudeva and Heliodorus became a follower of the philosophy of Shri Krishna.

Discovery of some of the oldest rare coins

Vasudeva Krishna on a coin of Agathocles of Bactria circa 180BCE
Vasudeva Krishna on a coin of Agathocles of Bactria circa 180BCE

From today, around 326 BC, when Alexander the Great came towards India in ancient times, some of his soldiers stayed in the north-west areas of India. The Greek soldiers made small kingdoms there and became their own kings. Today historians know these places by the name of Bactria (now Afghanistan).

Agathocles, or as he was known as Ai-Khanoum, was one of the prominent kings of the Northwest of the same period, who ruled from 180 BC to 165 BC. The square coins that Agathocles issued during his reign were very different and unique. The coins were engraved with two scripts in raised letters, one of which was the Greek script and the other was the Brahmi script.

A French Archaeological Department official P. Bernard found 6 ancient coins of the same time, on one of them, a person is standing with a chakra and a conch shell in a raised figure, a circular object is shown on the bottom of the coin.

Historians believe that the conch and the wheel represent Shri Krishna. Which means that Shri Krishna was considered a hero even by the ancient Bactrian kings. This proves to a large extent that the mention of Shri Krishna is not a few years old but is very old. He was honoured with more beliefs in ancient times than today.

Mention of Shri Krishna in the beliefs of Jainism –

The biggest pilgrimage place for the people of Jain society is in Gujarat. This temple located in Palitana (Saurashtra) of Gujarat is one of the major Jain pilgrimage centres. Millions of tourists come here from all over the world.

It is written in the ancient inscriptions of the ancient king Samantha Simhaditya, ‘Dwarka’, adjacent to the sea, used to be the capital of Western Saurashtra at that time and Shri Krishna lived in Dwarka only. In ancient Jainism, a lot of faith has been shown towards Shri Krishna.

Mention of Dwarka in the south –

The praise of the glory of Shri Krishna was not limited to Gujarat or Dwarka only, but every part of that time was in its grip. There is a small temple in Manimangalam village of Chennai in the south of India. This temple is named after their ancient deity Thuvarapati. It is believed that this temple was named after Thubrai Dwarka.

It is believed that some people from ancient Dwarka migrated to the southern part of India and this temple was built by them. There are many legends and inspirations that strongly suggest this connection.

Amazing glory of River Yamuna – 

As told in poetry and texts, when Basudev was going to Nandgaon with Shri Krishna, the river Yamuna split into two to give way for him to pass through with Shri Krishna. At that time it appeared as if the river was trying to touch the feet of Shri Krishna.

There is a strong argument in science for the parting of the river. Although it is considered extremely rare. At that time when Vasudev was carrying Shri Krishna with a basket on his head, the “wind set down theory” principle of science was used behind the splitting of the river.

Mystery of the seal found in Dwarka – 

Mystery of the seal found in Dwarka
Mystery of the seal found in Dwarka

When excavations were done in Dwarka, many unique things were found there which tells how old this ancient city is. In the same marine excavation going on in Dwarka, a seal was recovered on which three animals are printed. A picture of a goat, a bull and a unicorn was engraved on the seal.

The discovery of this seal from Dwarka confirms the submerged Dwarka. Along with this it also comes to know what were the architectural relations between Muhar and Dwarka. The biggest thing is that the story of the seal with three animals told by the author also proves to be true, as it is written in all the texts.

Identity for The legal residents of Dwarka – 

This seal proves that every single thing written in the scriptures is true and not a fabricated story. This three-headed seal was a symbol of identity for the legal residents of Dwarka.

This seal supports everything written in the ancient book “Harivansh“. According to the book, it was mandatory for every citizen living in ancient Dwarka to have this seal. Without this seal, entry into Dwarka was prohibited.

With this sealed plan, Shri Krishna was able to keep all the intruders coming from Jarasandh safe from his subjects.

Nihal Chauhan
Nihal Chauhan
I am a 24-year-old boy, to whom life has given many such experiences, which are hardly available in any person of this age.


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