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parvin singh

Army constable | Posted 12 Jan, 2021 |

Who ruled India 5,000 years ago?

parvin singh

Army constable | |Updated 13 Jan, 2021

Mahabharata period follows from 5000 B.C. to 6000 B.C.

Before 5000 years was rule of Kurus on this place where there is Bharata. Ruler Yudhisthira did Ashwamedha yagna and became sovereign, everything being equal, and individuals of place that is known for Bharata. Mahabharata is dated to over 5000 years prior and it isn't fiction on the grounds that there are numerous confirmations which demonstrate that Mahabharata war was genuine and no fiction. Sri Krishna governed Dwarka with Queen Rukmini, 5000 years back. Yudhisthira was leader of both Hastinapura and Indraprastha once Mahabharata war was finished and Duryodhana was killed. Before Mahabharata war, Karna controlled Anga, at that point Jayadratha governed Sindhu, Shishupala administered Chedi, Jarasandha managed Magadha. Shishupala was killed through Lord Krishna when he affronts him and his family. Bheema killed powerful Jarasandha. Mathura was managed through Ugrasen. Place that is known for Vidarbh was controlled by means of King Bhishmaka, father of Rukmini who was Lord Krishna's main spouse. Her sibling Rukmi controlled Bhojakata realm. He was killed by means of Lord Balaram once when he played round of dice with trickery and ridiculed Lord Balaram for certain different rulers. Indeed, even inside Mahabharata time, leader of Lanka was Vibhishana. There were numerous lords who controlled Bharatavarsha over 5000 years prior. Ruler Yudhisthira managed for a very long time and on beginning of Kali yuga and presently once Lord Krishna had continued to Vaikuntha with Lord Balaram and Rukmini(who immolated herself for certain different spouses), he with Bheema, Arjun, Nakula, Sahadev and their one wife Panchaali went towards Himalayas to end their excursion. Next ruler of Hastinapura was Parikshit and Indraprastha was then governed by means of Lord Krishna's extraordinary stupendous child Vajranabha. Numerous lords decided Hastinapura after that for a long time till their last ruler Kshemak.