The Sarvatobhadra chakra used in the war (according to Mahabharata itself)

By Dr Manish Pandit

Let us for one moment think in a different fashion and say that the analogies need some sort of corroboration. Then as you saw, in my previous post, this cannot be Astronomy corroboration because you saw how the Moon cannot be in two separate places Astronomy wise (Shravana as its supposed to be per Balarama’s pilgrimage AND any other position like Pushya/Ashlesha) on the 18th war day. So this must be astrological in nature only.

So those reading my book and familiar with astronomy and Sarvatobhadra chakra can see clearly how 3067BCE can corroborate many peculiar things.

Here is one:

In 3067BCE, SBC used in Mahabharata is seen to clearly corroborate Saturn attacking the Moon.

Now let’s see if 5561BCE can corroborate this basic situation: it can’t. See image below.

In 5561BCE, SBC used in Mahabharata is seen to clearly NOT corroborate Saturn attacking the Moon. By the way those claiming only astronomy should be used should explain how Saturn can attack the Moon in astronomy. It’s only in astrology that it happens.

2 thoughts on “The Sarvatobhadra chakra used in the war (according to Mahabharata itself)

  1. Dear Dr. Pandit,

    I have a curiosity, as to where in the Mahabharata it is told that the Sarvatobhadra Chakra is used in the war.Hope you would mot mind telling me.

    Regards
    Snil K. Bhattacharjya

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    1. Pranaam Sunil Ji. Sarvatobhadra formation is used on Day 9 by Bhisma and Day 18 by Shalya. It is a war formation. The Jyotishis using it know of the derivation from Mahabharata times. It’s there in chapter 6 of my book on Karna’s death criteria.

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