As I have posted earlier,the Americas are the Patala Loka mentioned in the Hindu Puranas.
The Incas’s ancestors were Tamils.
Please read my post on this.
More archeological evidence has come to light on the Indian connection of South America.
Tiwanaku (Spanish: Tiahuanaco or Tiahuanacu) is a Pre-Columbian archaeological site in western Bolivia, South America. It is the capital of an empire that extended into present-day Peru and Chile, flourishing from AD 300 to 1000.
Tiwanaku is recognized by Andean scholars as one of the most important civilizations prior to the Inca Empire; it was the ritual and administrative capital of a major state power for approximately five hundred years. The ruins of the ancient city state are near the south-eastern shore of Lake Titicaca in Tiwanaku Municipality, Ingavi Province, La Paz Department, about 72 km (45 mi) west of La Paz.’
Tiwanaku appears to derive from Sanskrit: Diva(heaven; sky) plus Naka (mountain). Its original name also could have been Deva (heavenly; deity; god) plusNaga (serpent). The word Tiwa could also have derived from the ancient Siberian-Turkic nation of Tannu-Tiva, a.k.a. Tannu-Tuva (the biblical Tubal). Even there, Tiva, Teva, or Tuva referred to the sun or the sky.
If the natives living near Tiwanaku gave the name Kalasaya to the mound atop which lies the impressive Portal of the Sun, we have further proof of a previous Hindu-Turkic presence in Tiwanaku.
This word is similar to the Sanskrit Kailasa, the mountain of Kubera and Shiva (Meru)..
In Sanskrit, Eka-apana means “Principal” or leading market, trade, or commercial center.
There is a ruined square with this name.
The word Titicaca has no meaning any of the Andean languages.
In Sanskrit, the word GaGga, (GAHG-gah) means “river,” but not just any river.
It means a river as sacred as or related to the Ganges.
In Tamil, it is KaGkai (KAHG-ky), meaning the same as the above.
In Sanskrit, Diti was the wife of the god Kasyapa (sea tortoise).
Titi is the Tamil equivalent.
What is known of Tiwanaku religious beliefs is based on archaeological interpretation and some myths, which may have been passed down to the Incas and the Spanish.
They seem to have worshipped many gods, perhaps centered on agriculture.
One of the most important gods was Viracocha[, the god of action, shaper of many worlds, and destroyer of many worlds. He created people, with two servants, on a great piece of rock.
Then he drew sections on the rock and sent his servants to name the tribes in those areas.
In Tiwanaku, he created the people out of rockand brought life to them through the earth.
The Tiwanaku believed that Viracocha created giants to move the massive stones that comprise much of their archaeology, but then grew unhappy with the giants and created a flood to destroy them
Viracocha is carved into the noted Gateway of the Sun, to overlook his people and lands.
The Gateway of the Sun is a monolithic structure of regular, non-monumental size.
Its dimensions suggest that other regularly sized buildings existed at the site. It was found at Kalasasaya, but due to the similarity of other gateways found at Pumapunku, it is thought to have been originally part of a series of doorways there.
It is recognized for its singular, great frieze. This is thought to represent a main deity figure surrounded by either calendar signs or natural forces for agricultural worship. Along with Viracocha, another statue is in the Gateway of the Sun. This statue is believed to be associated with the weather:
a celestial high god that personified various elements of natural forces intimately associated the productive potential of altiplano ecology: the sun, wind, rain, hail – in brief, a personification of atmospherics that most directly affect agricultural production in either a positive or negative manner”
Virochana, in Hindup Puranas, is the grand son of Hiranyakasipu.son of Prahalada, Father of Bali.
The people of Tiahuanaco worshiped Sun, as in Hinduism
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