Pashupathynath, Shiva Worshiped In Denmark

I have written articles on the presence of Sanatana Dhama, Hinduism throughout the world.

Tara Hill ,Ireland.Image.jpg
Tara Hill ,Ireland.

As a part of that exercise, I posted that the Celts’s ancestors were Brahmins and that there are connections between Goddess Kali of Hinduism and the Celtic Gods.

Depiction of Cernunnos on the Gundestrup Cauldron, Denmark c200BC -300AD.Image.jpg
Depiction of Cernunnos on the Gundestrup Cauldron, Denmark c200BC -300AD
Pashupati Seal from Mohenjodaro, Pakistan. c2500BC-2400BC.Image.jpg
Pashupati Seal from Mohenjodaro, Pakistan. c2500BC-2400BC


““The Druids of the ancient Celtic world have a startling kinship with the brahmins of the Hindu religion and were, indeed, a parallel development from their common Indo-European cultural root which began to branch out probably five thousand years ago. It has been only in recent decades that Celtic scholars have begun to reveal the full extent of the parallels and cognates between ancient Celtic society and Vedic culture.

For more on this Click here.


Irish Tribes were the children of Danu, Indian Goddess after whom the River Danube was named.

Read here.

And the Celts and the French worshiped Kali.

““The area around the village of Vix in northern Burgundy, France is the site of an important prehistoric complex from the CelticLate Hallstatt and Early La Tène periods, comprising an important fortified settlement and several burial mounds. The most famous of the latter, the Vix Grave, also known as the grave of the Lady of Vix, dates to circa 500 BC. Her grave had never been looted and contained remarkably rich grave offerings (collectively sometimes known as the Trésor de Vix), including a great deal of jewellery and the Vix krater, the largest known metal vessel from antiquity, being 1.63 m (5’4″) in height.

Now there surfaces evidence that Shiva, in the Form of Pasupathynath, Nepal was worshiped in Denmark and Scandinavian Countries.

“For a long time the Gundestrop Cauldron has been hailed as one of the most beautiful examples of Celtic art, made in Thrace but found in Denmark. It is now considered possible that the image of the horned god is that of Pasupati, a Shiva prototype, found in the early Indus Valley civilization. Certainly a seal from the ancient city of Mohenjodaro in the Indus Valley looks remarkably like the scene depicted on the cauldron. Compare the cauldron image below with that of the Pasupati figure from Mohenjodaro, 2300-1750 BC. Always Felt Loved and Connected With Cernunnos! heart emoticon
“Shree Pashupatinath (Nepali /Hindi: श्री पशुपतिनाथ) is an incarnation of the Hindu Lord Shiva as “Lord of animals”. He is revered throughout the Hindu world, but especially in Nepal, where he is unofficially regarded as a national deity.”

. The Druids called their mother goddess Tara; Edain Echraidhe is her Irish name.
2. Her home is the high valley between the Hill of Tara and Skryne in the Royal City of Celtic Ireland.
3. A motorway is being planned to go through the middle of this valley, generating some local opposition.
4. The hill of tara (known as teamhair na Ri or the “hill of kings” in Irish) was once the ancient seat of power in Ireland, reputed to have been the seat of the Árd Rí Éireann or High King of Ireland.
5. In ancient Irish religion and mythology, Tara was the sacred place of dwelling for the gods, and was the entrance to the otherworld
6. The Hill of Tara was the capital of the Tuatha Dé Danann, pre-Celtic dwellers of Ireland.
7. It was the seat of the kings of Ireland until the 6th century, and to a lesser extent this role extended until the 12th century. A grave was found near the hill that is supposedly that of King Lóegaire, who was said to be the last pagan king of Ireland.
8. Atop the hill stands a stone pillar that was the Irish Lia Fáil (Stone of Destiny) on which the High Kings of Ireland were crowned, the stone was required to roar three times if the chosen one was a true king.
9. At one time, it was a capital offense to make a fire within sight of Tara.
10. Saint Patrick is said to have come to Tara to confront the ancient religion of the pagans at its most powerful site.
11. One interpretation of the name Tara says that it means a “place of great prospect”, it’s claimed that on a clear day half the counties of Ireland can be seen from atop Tara.
12. Early in the 20th century a group of Israelites came to Tara with the conviction that the Arc of the Covenant was buried there.
13. A new theory suggests Tara was the ancient capital of the lost kingdom of Atlantis.
From the ancient Book of Enoch: “And there appear to me two men very tall, such as I have never seen on earth. And their faces shone like the Sun, and their eyes were like burning lamps; and fire came forth from their lips. ” 2En. 1:4-5..

To this day the Sleshmantaka forest remains sacred and is known as ‘Mrigasthali’, ‘the abode of deers’. The name Pashupati means ‘ Lord of Animals’ (Pashu – animal, Pati -Lord) and was later taken to mean (Lord of Souls).

In the Indus Valley many seals have been found which show images of the Horned God with many animals surrounding him. On the seals is what has became known as the Indus script. This is a written language which looks similar to runes and other ancient scripts, however academics have been struggling for many years to correctly decipher it. Although several decipherings have been made in the last 50 years none have gained complete approval by scholars and academics.



6 thoughts on “Pashupathynath, Shiva Worshiped In Denmark

  1. Does Dah-Hanu tribe from Drass, Ladakh have roots in Ireland. Vikings and celts were considered the first Aryans and Dah-Hanu are thought of as the only pure Aryan clan left in the world.


    1. No,Roots are in Sanatana Dharma.ARyan Invasion is a Myth deliberately planted on us.The return of Sanatana Dharma people from Arctic, where they migrated from th South because od Tsunami, has been taken as Aryan Invasoin


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