Pandava King Arjuna’s Grandson Parikshit Born a Millenium Before Accession of Maha Padma Nanda in 382 B. C.


According to the Mahabharata, whom became a Hindu god, Krishna, fought alongside Arjuna leading the Pandava army against the Kaurava in northwestern India, king Arjuna whose grandson Parikshit, according to Puranic literature, was born 1050 years before Maha Padma Nandar in 382 b. c. ascended to begin the Nanda empire, which proves that Krishna’s Dwarka (anciently known as Kushasthali) was consumed by the sea circa 1400 b. c., when the Ice Age was ending.