The ruins they found have been verified to be 5000-32000 years older. Mahabharata was a real event and calculated that the Mahabharata war happened approximately 3100 B.C.
Mahabharat was written by Veda Vyasa and The Mahābhārata is the longest epic poem known and has been described as the longest poem ever written Its longest version consists of over 100,000 Sloka or over 200,000 individual verse lines.
What People Now Says about Mahabharata and Some Quotes We Will Share here
“The Mahabharata declares, ‘What is here is nowhere else; what is not here, is nowhere.” ―
“For us, the chief point of interest is the place where the game is played. Generally, it is a simple circle, dyutamandalam, drawn on the ground. The circle as such, however, has a magic significance. It is drawn with great care, all sorts of precautions being taken against cheating. The players are not allowed to leave the ring until they have discharged their obligations. But, sometimes a special hall is provisionally erected for the game, and this hall is holy ground. The Mahabharata devotes a whole chapter to the erection of the dicing hall – sabha – where the Pandavas are to meet their partners. Games, of chance, therefore, have their serious side. They are included in the ritual.” ―
“Were the stories we told each other true? Who knows? At the best of times, a story is a slippery thing.
Perhaps that was why it changed with each telling. Or is that the nature of all stories, the reason for their power?” ―
“It is this Bharata, an ancestor of the Pandavas and Kauravas, after who our country is named – Bharat. Our land is also known as Bharatvarsha, or the kingdom of Bharata.” ―
“Mahabharata – whatever is not contained in this is not to be found anywhere”