British Descendants Of Bharata ‘Phoenicians Barat’

The races of the world seem to have originated in ancient India.

When one checks European History one would find that the first migration there was from Asia and no further investigation was done as who these people are in Asia.

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Family Tree of Bharata.
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This calls for early geological evidence and references to indian literature,both Religious Texts and Classics in Sanskrit an Tamil.

I am including Tamil here because the reference are found on this subject and I am looking into other languages of India to buttress my claims.

Scholars in Indian Languages may contribute.

I have written about Goddess Lakshmi Being the Goddess of the Canaanites and Phoenicians and that Krishna’s son Pradhyumna founded a city.

The Phoenicians are reported to be the descendants of the Yadavas, the clan to which Lord Krishna belonged to.


,The Mahabharata, states, “The able Panch (पञ्च) setting out to invade the Earth, brought the whole world under their sway”. – Book 1, ch.94, shloka 3738

The able ‘Panch’ have been interpreted by some western philologist, foremost among them British researcher Laurence Waddell (1854-1938), as the ancestors of the people who later came to be known as ‘Britons’, Anyone who has read the Mahabharata knows that the ‘Panch’ are the ‘five’ Pandava’ brothers.

The word ‘Panch’ appears in the names of many Mahabharata tribes – one such tribe was the ‘Panchal’ (पञ्चाल) – the tribe to which Draupadi belonged. The first five tribes of the Vedic-Kshatriyas were known as Pancha-janya (पाञ्चजन्य) or ‘Five People’. In Vedic literature the ‘Pancha-janya’ are described as the ‘five major races’ of the Mahabharata. The Maha-Bharata is the chronicle of the Bharata dynasty. Bharat was a legendary emperor of India, the son of Dushyanta and Shakuntala, and his empire is known to have extended way beyond even what is referred to as greater India. 

Laurence Waddell traces the origins of the Britons to the descendants of King Bharata, via the Phoenicians. Waddell quotes the following verse from the Mahabharata – “And King Bharat gave his name to the Dynastic Race of which he was the founder; and so it is from him that the fame of that Dynastic People hath spread so wide.“..
Waddell says that the descendants of King Bharata included the branch that later came to be known as Phoenicians. The ‘later Phoenicians’ also gave themselves the title ‘Barat’ which they spelled as ‘Parat’, ‘Prat’ or ‘Prydi’.’
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