Finally, the date of the Mahabharata war is resolved for good. Before this, many researchers attempted to solve this issue, but they failed because they had blind faith in 3102 BCE as the Kaliyuga. This booklet is not an outcome of an overnight attempt but the result of nearly 10 years of intense research on Vedic astronomy and astrology. It started with the finding of the correct zero Ayanamsha year followed by Kaliyuga. Kaliyuga is the point of reference of the Mahabharata war.
The reader will find that all the astronomical references in the epic are true and verifiable. This includes the account on the twin eclipses occurring withing 13 days and Arundhati-Vasista switch.