Evidence for Dwarka Sri Krishnas sunken city timeline

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posted on Oct, 6 2010 @ 10:43 AM
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A huge comet hit in the same period of time the indian ocean as described in the Vedas for the sinking of the Capital of Sri Krishna Dwarka.

Sri Krishna is known in the Vedas as the all mighty incarnation of Narayan the highest godhead. According the Vedas he incarnated 5000 years ago In India for destroying the demonic influences on earth and fight the epic battle of Kuruksetra. The history of Dwarka begins when his city Mathura is besieged by two sides by powerfull enemies, from king Jarāsandha and from the barbaric king Kālayavana.

SB 10.50.49: After thus discussing the matter with Balarāma, the Supreme Personality of Godhead had a fortress twelve yojanas in circumference built within the sea. Inside that fort He had a city built containing all kinds of wonderful things.

SB 10.50.50-53: In the construction of that city could be seen the full scientific knowledge and architectural skill of Viśvakarmā. There were wide avenues, commercial roads and courtyards laid out on ample plots of land; there were splendid parks, and also gardens stocked with trees and creepers from the heavenly planets. The gateway towers were topped with golden turrets touching the sky, and their upper levels were fashioned of crystal quartz. The gold-covered houses were adorned in front with golden pots and on top with jeweled roofs, and their floors were inlaid with precious emeralds. Beside the houses stood treasury buildings, warehouses, and stables for fine horses, all built of silver and brass. Each residence had a watchtower, and also a temple for its household deity. Filled with citizens of all four social orders, the city was especially beautified by the palaces of Śrī Kṛṣṇa, the Lord of the Yadus.

SB 10.50.57: After transporting all His subjects to the new city by the power of His mystic Yogamāyā, Lord Kṛṣṇa consulted with Lord Balarāma, who had remained in Mathurā to protect it. Then, wearing a garland of lotuses but bearing no weapons, Lord Kṛṣṇa went out of Mathurā by its main gate.

Like in here vedabase.net...

This was only for a quick info on the subject matter. I would love to mention this two things:

SB 10.50.50-53 and also gardens stocked with trees and creepers from the heavenly planets

Maybe extraterrestial extra dimensional Plants ?

SB 10.50.57 After transporting all His subjects to the new city by the power of His mystic Yogamāyā

Wont discuss Theologie against ET technologies in this thread.

The point is at the timeline Dwaraka sunk according the Vedas 5000 years ago, today we have evidence for a asteroid impact on this period.

The explanation is obvious to some scientists. A large asteroid or comet, the kind that could kill a quarter of the world’s population, smashed into the Indian Ocean 4,800 years ago, producing a tsunami at least 600 feet high, about 13 times as big as the one that inundated Indonesia nearly two years ago. The wave carried the huge deposits of sediment to land.

www.nytimes.com...

And from Srimad Bhagavatam we can read again:

SB 11.30.4: Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: Having observed many disturbing signs in the sky, on the earth and in outer space, Lord Kṛṣṇa addressed the Yadus assembled in the Sudharmā council hall as follows.

SB 11.30.5: The Supreme Personality of Godhead said: O leaders of the Yadu dynasty, please note all these terrible omens that have appeared in Dvārakā just like the flags of death. We should not remain here a moment longer.

SB 11.31.23: As soon as Dvārakā was abandoned by the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the ocean flooded it on all sides, O King, sparing only His palace.

I hope I am not allone with this thougt that eaven with a gap of 200 years this two events do relate to each other.




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posted on Oct, 6 2010 @ 02:15 PM
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posted on Oct, 6 2010 @ 09:06 PM
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Originally posted by Karmayogi11


beautifull picture .. its in India ?

a long time ago this would be the Egypt sight




about the theory the a meteor crashed into the india ocean ... is there any sign or it ?
in quebec we have something huge .. who crashed in our province

this is the Manicouagan Crater




maybe this is the one who wiped out like on earth a long time ago
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posted on Oct, 7 2010 @ 09:39 AM
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I love both of our pictures they give both a sense of connection with our hidden past.

Yes my Friend there is evidence for such an event


At the southern end of Madagascar lie four enormous wedge-shaped sediment deposits, called chevrons, that are composed of material from the ocean floor. Each covers twice the area of Manhattan with sediment as deep as the Chrysler Building is high.







check in here

www.nytimes.com...


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posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 12:38 PM
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posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 02:36 PM
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Because that part of the Indo-Australian plate is in a subduction zone, and has been sinking off and on for tens of thousands of years, it's not really necessary to have an impact in order to explain the sunken ruins off Dwarka.

But obviously it could have helped cause the city to sink.

The problem is, tsunamis don't cover up a city and then stay there, they wash back out. The city has to actually sink below sea level in order to stay underwater.

Harte



posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 02:47 PM
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Originally posted by Harte


The problem is, tsunamis don't cover up a city and then stay there, they wash back out. The city has to actually sink below sea level in order to stay underwater.

Harte


Or the Sea level can rise


Where's Eustace when you need him?



posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 02:55 PM
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Because that part of the Indo-Australian plate is in a subduction zone, and has been sinking off and on for tens of thousands of years, it's not really necessary to have an impact in order to explain the sunken ruins off Dwarka.

But obviously it could have helped cause the city to sink.

The problem is, tsunamis don't cover up a city and then stay there, they wash back out. The city has to actually sink below sea level in order to stay underwater.

Harte


Thanks for the reply Harte it was someone like you I have been waiting for on this post.
Yes you are right about the tsunamis the coast returns to its normal position after the disaster.

This is the section I connect this two events:



SB 11.30.4: Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: Having observed many disturbing signs in the sky, on the earth and in outer space, Lord Kṛṣṇa addressed the Yadus assembled in the Sudharmā council hall as follows.


So a question to you would be: If this comet hits the planet, can it not only cause a Tsunami, maybe also cause this partial sinking of the Indo-Australian plate thru strong earthquakes?

Thanks again!



posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 07:37 AM
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Originally posted by Karmayogi11
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Because that part of the Indo-Australian plate is in a subduction zone, and has been sinking off and on for tens of thousands of years, it's not really necessary to have an impact in order to explain the sunken ruins off Dwarka.

But obviously it could have helped cause the city to sink.

The problem is, tsunamis don't cover up a city and then stay there, they wash back out. The city has to actually sink below sea level in order to stay underwater.

Harte


Thanks for the reply Harte it was someone like you I have been waiting for on this post.
Yes you are right about the tsunamis the coast returns to its normal position after the disaster.

This is the section I connect this two events:



SB 11.30.4: Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: Having observed many disturbing signs in the sky, on the earth and in outer space, Lord Kṛṣṇa addressed the Yadus assembled in the Sudharmā council hall as follows.


So a question to you would be: If this comet hits the planet, can it not only cause a Tsunami, maybe also cause this partial sinking of the Indo-Australian plate thru strong earthquakes?

Thanks again!

Yes, especially in that part of the world, tectonic activity could very well be affected by a large enough impact.

Harte



posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 08:07 AM
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Originally posted by Karmayogi11
reply to post by Harte

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Because that part of the Indo-Australian plate is in a subduction zone, and has been sinking off and on for tens of thousands of years, it's not really necessary to have an impact in order to explain the sunken ruins off Dwarka.

But obviously it could have helped cause the city to sink.

The problem is, tsunamis don't cover up a city and then stay there, they wash back out. The city has to actually sink below sea level in order to stay underwater.

Harte



Thanks for the reply Harte it was someone like you I have been waiting for on this post.
Yes you are right about the tsunamis the coast returns to its normal position after the disaster.

This is the section I connect this two events:



SB 11.30.4: Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: Having observed many disturbing signs in the sky, on the earth and in outer space, Lord Kṛṣṇa addressed the Yadus assembled in the Sudharmā council hall as follows.



So a question to you would be: If this comet hits the planet, can it not only cause a Tsunami, maybe also cause this partial sinking of the Indo-Australian plate thru strong earthquakes?

Thanks again!

Yes, especially in that part of the world, tectonic activity could very well be affected by a large enough impact.

Harte



Very nice! We might be on something with this idea





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