Ancient Greek Ambassador Worshiped Vishnu


A Hindu is one who follows certain guidelines of Life and Beyond.

Not necessary to have been born a Hindu.

One need not believe in God even for Atheism is also accepted as a Faith in Hinduism.

However there are certain rules ,qualifications required to study the Vedas, the Sacred Books of the Hindus.

Hindus, though not advocating religious Conversion accepts people from the other Faiths .

There are no ceremonies involved.

Example of this is the worship of Lord Vishnu, by Helidorus, Ambassador to India to Gupta King’s court.

He erected a column in tribute to Lord Vishnu and it is called Heliodorous Column

Human Migration World History India


The place from where they moved from, how did they arrive thee at the first place?

European History says that Asia served as a sort of reservoir for Humans to migrate from.

How did they come t be there at all?

European history says, in migration, people came in waves from Asian, through the Urals and Russia, through the landmass of mideast .

The group that came through Russia settled down and mingled with people over there.

The other group .

Chandra Gupta Megasthanes Never Met History Faked


What does one base it on?

Common sense would tell you to refer to the legends,literature of the Nation, check with contemporary event,s then cross check it with references , if any, if these literature is contemporary or slightly later.

Can you imagine a Nation,s History being started solely on the basis of a Character, who has not even met the man he is quoted to have met!

Well, this is what has happened to Indian History.

How Western Scholars Misinterpret Hinduism Max Mueller


If one were to read Indian history, one is struck by a curious fact..

History between the period of Harshavardhana onward to Mogul Emperors is hazy , if not missing.
It becomes clear after this period.

You do not get authentic records or information about the Middle ages, when Tamil and Sanskrit literature were awash with Bhakthi literatue.

For instance one does not find reference of Adi Shankaracharya in either Sanskrit or Tamil literature during this period.

One does not find reference to Shankaracharya even among Sanskrit and even among the records of kings who were ardent promoters of Sanskrit in their chronicles, either written by them or others.

You find this only by the time of Vidyaranya when he established the Vijayanagar Empire.

The information has been so scanty that it took the 33rd Acharaya of Sringeri Sharada Mutt to locate Kalady, the birth place of Shankaracharya!

Saudi Arabia Vedic, Vikramaditya’s Kingdom


Now it seems that Saudi Arabia is also on this list.

Nothing seems to be there that was before the advent of Islam.

Arabs are described even today as uncouth, use flowery language,indecisive and are generally unreliable.

As if to compensate this patronizingly it is stated that they are very hospitable. that’s all.

Please read any book that has a Middle East Character,including the much acclaimed ‘Oh!Jerusalem’

People of Saudi Arabia seem to know nothing about their History sans the ones relating to Islam or during the Crusades!

They have taken to the description of their ancestors having been labelled a Nomads!

I have read some information on this subject and am sharing it here.

Seems to me that this tallies with the kingdoms and Land Mass describe din Hindu Purans.

Arabia is an abbreviation. The original word even today is Arbasthan. It originates in Arvasthan. As observed earlier Sanskrit “V” changes into “B”. Arva in Sanskrit means a horse. Arvasthan signifies a land of horses, and as we all know Arabia is famous for its horses.

In the 6th and 7th centuries A.D. a wave of effecting a complete break with the past spread over West Asia. All links with the past were broken, images smashed, scriptures destroyed, education discontinued and the entire West Asian region took a plunge in abysmal ignorance which lasted for centuries thereafter