Narasimha In Ancient Cave Germany 38000 BCE Huns Sveta Hunas

I have written about the Celts being Brahmins and Danube comes from the word  Danu.

Danu is the daughter of Daksha Prajapathi, the Progenitor of Mankind.

She was married to Kashyapa and is the mother of the Danavas.”Though there are indications that the people of England, Celts did have a Sanatana Dharma connection, I have not been able to find a good research work till now on this subject.


There is enough evidence that the priestly class of the ancestors,Druids, of the Celts were…. Brahmins.


And they performed the Vedic rituals.”



The Danavas’ descendants migrated from the South off India, to South Central Asia and Europe.

They migrated in waves.

They were called the Sveta Hunas, from whom the word, the ancient Hun Tribe is arrived.

The Huns were the descendants of the Danavas.

They settled in what is  now known as Germany, Austria,Slovakia, Hungary,Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria,Romania, Moldova,Ukraine.

The River Danube is  named after their ancestor Danu.

Not only this.

There is evidence of Vishnu in Germany in the form of a Lion Man image resembling Narasimha.

This dates to 38.000 BCE!

Reminds you of Vishnu’s Narasimha Avatar, which took place  in the earlier Aeon.

Narasimha Statue.
Narasimha Statue. A carving of the Hindu god Narasimha (a form of Vishnu). In this image Narasimha is killing a deamon on his lap. In one of his hands he is pulling the eyeballs off another deamon. This angry form of the god is worshipped as a vanquisher of evil. Royalty free image ID 12698889 © Hrishim |

“like some wild beast, dread, prowling, mountain-roaming.

Source:(RV.I 154.2a).

There is an allusion to a Namuci story in RV.VIII 14.13:

With waters’ foam you tore off, Indra, the head of Namuci, subduing all contending hosts.

This short reference is believed to have culminated in the full puranic story of Narasiṁha.

This is in  Hohlenstein Stade.

Lion Man In German Cave.jpg
28 cm high and was found in 1939′ in the cave of Hohlenstein-Stadel in the Valley of Lone, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is one of the oldest known sculptures on planet Earth. photo via Robert Sepehr.

“One of the treasures of Prehistoric art from the period of Aurignacian art, theLion Man of Hohlenstein Stadel is an ivory carving of a lion-headed figure, and is recognized as the oldest known anthropomorphic animal carving in the world. It was discovered in a cave in Hohlenstein Mountain, located in the Swabian Jura of southwest Germany. Following carbon dating tests on earth in which this item of prehistoric sculpture was found, it has been dated to approximately 38,000 BCE, making it the earliest art of its type (male figure) in Europe. A number of other unique works of Stone Age art have been found in the locality, since excavations first began in the 1860s, including: (1) theVenus of Hohle Fels (38,000-33,000 BCE), the oldest of the Venus Figurinesand the oldest known figurative sculpture; (2) the earliest ivory carving of a mammoth – see Ivory Carvings of the Swabian Jura. The area is therefore an important centre of Paleolithic art and culture, and is likely to disclose further examples of Rock art in due course. After the discovery of the Lion Man, a similar, but smaller, lion-headed carving was unearthed in a nearby cave, together with other zoomorphic figures as well as several bone flutes. This has led archeologists to speculate that the lion-figure had a totemic role for the inhabitants of the early Upper Paleolithic. The original carving is now kept in the Ulmer Museum, Ulm, pending the establishment of a new museum of ancient art.”

Read my Post Narasimha Rama Nagar Tamils in Syria.


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