I have written on the spread of Sanatana Dharma throughout the world.
The presence of Sanatana Dharma in Russia is quite deep rooted.
One finds the remains, in Russia, of,
Rig Vedic Mandala City in Arkaim,
Indra’s Vaikanasa Teertha in lake Baikal,
Indra’s Amravati city,
Krishna’s son Pradhyumna’s city at Port Baijn,
Kaasyap Sagar as Caspian Sea,
Sage Yajnyavalkya lived in Russia,
Russia was called Sthree Varsha, Women Kingdom,
Rig Veda was composed in the Arctic,
Vedas were called Perun Santees Vedas, Book of Veles in Russia,….
Please read my articles on these.
I have also written as to how Human migration in Europe coincides wit te three great floods mentioned in Tamil Classics,
How Sumerian Culture has its origins in Tamil and Sanatana Dharma,
How Rama, Dasaratha and Bharata’s names are mentioned as Kings of Sumeria in Sumerian Kings List,
How Devi, Subrahmanya were worshiped in the middle east,
St. Peter’s at Vatican resembles Shiva Liinga,
Celtics were the descendant of Brahmins…
Narada mountain is Urals..
So the spread of Hinduism from Russia towards its west, south west must have passed through Romania.
I have written an article how Iraq, Romania and Mount Kailash were connected connected by a Tunnel.
Now researchers have found the oldest civilization in Europe, which is 7000 years old.
That is the Cucuteni civilization.
Cucutam in Sanskrit means rooster and it is the flag of Lord Subrahmanya, called as Murugan in Tamil.
Murugan’ tribe called as Peacock tribe is found in Iraq.
A 7000 Years Old Civilisation
About 7000 years ago, the oldest European civilization flourished in the central and eastern Europe. It was the Eneolithic Culture of Cucuteni, an ancient society of equal people. The scientific world came to recognize Cucuteni today as the first civilization of Europe.
Archaeologists have named this culture after the village of the same name. Cucuteni is a village in Iasi county where, between 1885 and 1910, excavations revealed remains dating from the Neolithic 4500-3000 BC.
Cucuteni was widespread in Moldova, north-eastern Wallachia, south-eastern Transylvania and Bassarabia and was characterized by a ceramic of high quality, rich and varied painted and statuettes representing human and animal forms.
Cucuteni ceramic culture is unique in Europe. Some similarities can be found just between Cucuteni ceramics and pottery and a neolithic culture in China. Between the two cultures it is anyway a very long time, the Chinese culture appearing about a millennium after Cucuteni.
Cucuteni preceded by several hundred years all human settlements in Sumer and ancient Egypt. According to these discoveries, the Cucuteni people were living in large settlements, a kind of proto-towns made up of buildings arranged in concentric circles.
..Occupation was hunting, farming and domestic crafts such as weaving, pottery and production of tools.
Predominant colors on Cucuteni ceramics are red, white and black, with some variations depending on the temperature at which the clay was burned. The forms are different, from simple glasses to large vessels such as amphorae.
Their artistic productions were dominated by repeated lines, circles and spirals that creates an optical illusion effect on vessels that were decorated in this unique way.
None of the anthropomorphic statuettes present any grotesque or angry feature. Rare male statuettes have faces covered by masks, while the female statuettes have long and slender legs. They are graceful, without masks and shows tattoos on the body.
There are no statues or figurines of chained slaves, or killed people. In the opinion of historians, this is a clear sign of an egalitarian and peaceful civilization. Experts talk about a cult of mother goddess. Cucuteni population practiced solar cults too, evident in pottery painting…
The Cucuteni-Trypillian culture flourished in the territory of what is now Moldova, northeastern Romania and parts of Western, Central and Southern Ukraine.
The culture thus extended northeast from the Danube river basin around the Iron Gates to the Black Sea and the Dnieper. It encompassed the central Carpathian Mountains as well as the plains, steppe and forest steppe on either side of the range. Its historical core lay around the middle to upper Dniester (the Podolian Upland). During the Atlantic and Subboreal climatic periods in which the culture flourished, Europe was at its warmest and moistest since the end of the last Ice Age, creating favorable conditions for agriculture in this region.
As of 2003, about 3000 cultural sites have been identified, ranging from small villages to “vast settlements consisting of hundreds of dwellings surrounded by multiple ditches
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