Solar Lunar Dynasties Surya Chandra Vamsa From One Woman Ila, A Dravida


There were two ancient dynasties in India. Other dynasties have sprung from the two. These two dynasties are, Surya Vamsa, the Solar Dynasty and Chandra Vamsa, the Lunar dynasty. Lord Rama belonged to Ikshvaku Dynasty which is the same as Surya Vamsa, Solar Dynasty. Pandavas and Kauravas belonged to Chandra Vamsa,Lunar Dynasty. When one tries… Continue reading Solar Lunar Dynasties Surya Chandra Vamsa From One Woman Ila, A Dravida

History Of India 1 Ikshvaku To Chandragupta Maurya.

Solar Lunar Dynasties

The South Indian  kings trace their ancestry to. Solar ,Ikshvaku Dynasty and also to Lunar dynasty.

The Ikshvahu dynasty frm Treta Yuga ,from million years ago extended upto Dwapara yuga and ended with King Sumitra who was defeated and driven away from Ayodhya.

Then we find continum from that period from Magadha dynasty,which belongs to Lunar Dynasty,Chandravamsa from Bruhatradha.

‘Barhadradha Dynasty Before the Mahabharata War of 3138 B.C.

Rama Family Tree from Manu Confirmed by Genome Studies

Rama's Horoscope

The dates of Ramayana and Mahabharata have been confirmed by archeology, Astronomy, Paleantology, Literary references from foreign sources, Anthropology, archeoanthropology and Simulated software with inputs from these Indian texts and correlating them with Astronomical events. 

Mahabharatha alone has 39 cities validated. 

Lunar Dynasty India Chandra Vamsa of Mahabharata List


Indian legends speak of two dynasties that ruled India, Surya, Solar and Chandra Vamsa, Lunar Dynasty.

Lord Rama belonged to Ikshvaku of Surya or Lunar Dynasty while the Kauravas and Pandavas belonged to Lunar Dynasty or Chandra Vamsa.

However, Vivaswan, the father of Vaivaswatha Manu of Solar Dynasty has been identified as Surya Deva (The Sun).

Chandra is said to to be a son of Atri Maharshi, (a son of Brahma) or of the ocean (Ksheera Sagara Mathanam).

Chandra’s son Budha married Ila the daughter of Vaivaswata Manu and their son Pururavas inherited Pratishthanapura.

Both these dynasties are related.