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This document is basically concerned with analysis of all eclipses visible at Kurukshethra (Location where Mahabharata war took place, north of New Delhi, Longitude 76 deg 49 min East, Latitude 29 deg 59 Min North) from 3300 BC to about Buddha-Mahavira-Parshvanaatha time of about 700BC.Analysis of the time between successive eclipses, specifically time between end of one and beginning of other has been made, with a view to look at astronomical feasibility of back-to-back eclipses in 13 days, using modern astronomical computer software.
The Mahabharata story and its moral ethos have had profound influence on millions over many generations.
Mahabharata war is considered by many to be a historical event.
The epic states that a singularly ominous pair of eclipses occurred in - Thirteen days - some time before the war.
Lunar eclipse followed by solar eclipse on thirteenth day is in a single lunar month etc...
This reference to Thirteen day eclipse pair appears to be a unique astronomical observation.
Another major issue of how did observers of the period define and determine period between eclipses when no clocks existed, has been addressed.
Lunar eclipse occurs when Earth's shadow falls on the Moon. Lunar eclipses can occur only at full moon, and can be either total or partial. Total lunar eclipses can last up to 2 hours, while partial lunar eclipses can last up to 4 hours.
Bharata has been continuously and relatively densely lived in for thousands of years and in Northern Bharata the archeological evidence is difficult to come by because of many 100's of generations of people living in same area.
Hence, it is usual to look for Puranic and Vedic (written and oral recitation) astronomical evidence to substantiate the time periods.
This Mahabharata text does not refer to any Zodiac's or Raashis (a western concept probably accommodated in to Jyotishya some time during 300BC to 200AD).
The linguistic style of the oldest version of Mahabharata clearly cannot be the basis for determining if and when the events of Mahabharata occurred.
Mahabharata war is said to have occurred before the transition of Dwapara Yuga to Kali Yuga.