ASI excavates “Arjuna’s chariot” from Mahabharata era

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Meerut:  The Mahabharat war is considered imaginary by most of the people but the recent evidence proves that this was the biggest battle in the world. These evidence from Mahabharata have been found in the Baghpat district of West Uttar Pradesh. Kurukshetra is not far away, where the battle of Mahabharata is said to be the victory of Pandavas over the Kauravas.

Proof of  Mahabharata : 
Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) was digging a mound for the past three months in Sinauli village of Baghpat district. In this excavation, the dig out few things from the Mahabharata war. Such things, which prove that back in those times there was an advanced civilization and people used to make chariots and weapons besides everyday things they used. According to ASI, all the things found in the excavation of the mound are of Bronze Age. That is, more than 4 thousand years old. It is believed that Mahabharata battle had happened around 6000 years ago.

What was found in the excavation?
During the excavation at Sinauli village, three chariots have been found beside there were swords and other weapons also seen at the sight. Apart from this, the coffins of the warriors and members of the Raj families also have been found. According to ASI Assistant Director SK Manjul, it is clear from the chariot that during that time the civilization of our country was equal to the civilizations of Greece and Mesopotamia. There were also some crowns found in the shape of peepal leaves.

Arjuna’s Chariot

Mahabharata era evidence found for the first time

It is for the first time, evidence of Mahabharata era has been found. The coffins that have been found have excellent carvings on their edges. Apart from this, the helmets, swords, shields, daggers and war-worn were also found in the excavation. Apart from these copper and clay utensils, combs, copper made mirror is also found. According to SK Manjul, the things that have been found proving that these people were warriors. According to Manjul, all things found are not of the Harappan era.

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