Manu Founder Of Oman Magan Civilization? 2000 BC

I have written articles on the existence and spread of Sanatana Dharma, Hinduism throughout the world.

It spread to,

Ancient artifacts found in Oman.jpg Ancient artifacts found in Oman.

Malaysia,Indonesia,Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Japan. Korea, New Zealand, Australia, Turkey,Iraq, Oman, Arabia, Spain, Africa, Peru,Cameroon,Bulgaria, Germany,Scandinavian Countries,Mexico, Honduras, US and Canada.

I have provided proof in each article.

Temples, Customs, and languages of India are found in these countries.

Mecca had a Shiva’s Temple and 786 is flipped OM, the sacred chant of the Hindus.

Petra Jordan had a Shiva Temple.

Prophet Muhammad’s Uncle had composed a Hymn on Lord Shiva.

Another ancient language of India, Tamils were ancestors of Mu civilization and Mayas.

The unique custom of rewarding poets in a specific style was found in Arabia, which was called Aravasthan. the Land of Horses.

A Ganesha Idol was found in Oman excavation.

Arabia has over 1000 ancient sites which it does not want to be known.

There was a civilization in the area .

It was called Magan Civilization.

Magan (also Makkan) was an ancient region which was referred to in Sumerian cuneiform texts of around 2300 BC and existed to 550 BC as a source of copper and diorite for Mesopotamia.

The location of Magan is not known with certainty, but most of the archeological and geological evidence suggests that Magan was part of what is now Oman.[2] However, some archaeologists place it in the region of Yemen known as Ma’in,in the south of Upper Egypt, in Nubia or the Sudan, and others as part of today’s Iran or Pakistan’

Hindu God Rama, His Father Dasaratha and brother Bharata are found in Sumerian Kings List.

The term Magan means Son in Tamil.

Ranajit Pal holds that Oman and part of Iran was Magan. In his view king Manium of Magan who, according to Poebel, was also known as Mannu, was the famed Manu, the first sacrificer in the Indian sacred text Rigveda. The name Oman may, in fact, be a memory of Ooumi Manu, one of the several Manus. Pal also states that Magan is the ancient Magadha of the Indian texts. The Indian texts name the Sishunaga and Kakavarna kings of Magadha who have no trace in the Patna area but in the Magan areaElamite kings named In-Susinak and Kak-siwe-Tempti etc. are known.

Archaeologists in Oman have uncovered an important Bronze and Iron Age site during preparations for construction of the Sinaw-Mahut Dual Road Project.  Initial results of the exploration have revealed numerous ancient items dating back 2,300 years and older. The items are linked to the great Majan civilisation, first mentioned in Sumerian cuneiform texts as an incredibly important source of copper and diorite for Mesopotamia.

A research team of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture began excavating the site at Bildat Al Ayoon in order to preserve around 250 graves ahead of construction work to build a road. Archaeologists found artefacts, including pottery and jewellery, dating back from the Iron Age to the middle of the Bronze Age of the Majan civilisation, otherwise known as the ‘Magan’ civilisation.

Sumerian tablets refer to a civilisation named “Magan” as a source of copper, and it is widely believed that Magan was located in present day Oman, and possibly part of Iran. Trading accounts from the Indus Valley civilization, the Sumerian and Assyrian civilizations all mention the seafaring port of Magan and attribute their economic success to trade with Magan, which was referred to in ancient texts as “The Mountain of Copper”.  Indeed evidence from excavations near Sohar in Oman shows that the copper mining and smelting industry was well developed by the year 2000BC, and today as many as 150 ancient copper sites have been found throughout Oman.


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