Lord Rama Was A King of Sumeria King List

The King List which chronicles a list of Kings of Sumeria is written in Sumerian Language.


Ancient Sumeria, one of the oldest civilizations flourished in the southern parts of Iraq.


In the Kings List, one finds the Dynasties of the Kings of Sumeria with their official locations.


It includes the names of Kings of adjoining countries, then called city states


The Kingship was believed to be from the Gods and was transferable from one  city to another.


Sumeria was believed to have had an hegemony during its period of existence.


It is curious to find the name of Lord Rama in the Sumerian King List.


Not only Lord Rama but his brother Bharata also find a place in the List.


The King List.jpg
King List,Sumeria


Fortunately, a study of Sumerian history provides a fairly vivid flesh-and-blood picture of Rama. The highly authentic Sumerian King-list appear such hallowed names as Bharat (Warad) Sin and Rim Sin. Sin was the Moon god Chandra and as the cuneiform symbol for ‘Rim’ can also be read as ‘Ram’, Rim Sin is the same as Rama Chandra. In the Sumerian texts Ram-Sin is said to be from Elam which links him to Indo-Iran. Rama was the longest reigning monarch of Mesopotamia who ruled for 60 years. Bharat Sin ruled for 12 years (1834-1822 BC), exactly as stated in the Dasaratha Jataka. The Jataka statement, “Years sixty times hundred, and ten thousand more, all told, / Reigned strong-armed Rama”, only means that Rama reigned for sixty years which agrees exactly with the data of Assyriologists. Ayodhya may be Agade the capital of Sargon which has not yet been identified. It is possible that Agade was near Der or the Heart near Harayu or Sarayu. Learned scholars like D. P. Mishra were aware that Rama could be from the Herat area. The noted linguist Sukumar Sen also noted that Rama is a sacred name in the Avesta where he is mentioned together with Vayu. Rama is called Rama Margaveya in some texts from which Dr. Sen concluded that he hailed from Margiana. The Cambridge Ancient History contains priceless information relevant to Indian ancient history. The Sumerian records furnish the first date of the Indus era – the war with Ravana took place in 1794 BC. The significance of the fact Ram-Sin’s reign (60 years) was the longest in Sumerian history has been lost on most writers. There are two Ram-Sins in Sumerian history.”…….


My researches into the relationship from between the Dravadas (South of Bharata Varsha) and Sanatana Dharam have led me to establish that the ancestor of Lord Rama, Vaivaswatha Manu migrated from Dravida desa because of a Tsunami to Ayodhya to establish a Kingdom.


* Seemingly different dates of Rama from the Date of Rama of Ramayana tells another story.


Shiva and His sons Ganesha,Muruga left by the Arabian Sea and spread through the Middle East, establishing their lineage en route, Iraq, Africa, Spain,Latin America,North America, Central America before reaching the Arctic where the Rig Veda was composed.


Later their descendants traveled from the Arctic through Russia to reach India again.


These facts are culled from Tamil Classics Vedas, Sanskrit Literature and cross checked by Astronomical facts mentioned in these texts.


More to follow on this subject.






Waddell’s Chronology.

Amar-Sin, (“Bur-Sin II“) 2109-2089 BCE Rama or Rama-Chandra

7 thoughts on “Lord Rama Was A King of Sumeria King List

  1. Dr PV Vartak claims dating of Ramayana and Mahabharata based on astronomy which are around 7000BC and 3000BC respectively.
    I suggest that rather than making separate researches, we can get together to unearth the truth with valid reasoning and evidences.


  2. Do not get it confused with Ram of Sumerian . If date is 1834 bc then what will happen to other dates of Krishna >35000 years ago and when Ram was there in Ayodhya- there used to be 4 tusk elephants per Balmiki. In your earlier posts you have diff dating. Are you confused like many , which is okay but if you have ppan to make it confused for many, it is bad. Pl do not flow like McCauley people are.


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