I have written a number of articles on the spread of Sanatana Dharma throughout the world.
You may check my posts for each of these countries.
As I have been attempting to study the references to Sanatana Dharma through various sources, including works in other languages, I have requested Beatrix Laurens, France, (a regular reader of my posts) to suggest French references.
I am aware that French is the most suited langauge suited for Philosophy, apart from Sanskrit.
I was sure that there are bound to be references.
I was suggested a site and I have been promised more.
As I was going through the site, I chanced upon a Link that threw up interesting information about Lord Krishna.
I shall be writing on Rama Influence, sourced from the site mentioned by my friend a later as I have to study the material in-depth as it makes startling revelations.
I have been able to establish from reliable sources that.
1.Christianity was nothing new and was sourced from elsewhere.
2.There was Sanatana Dharma presence in the middle east.
3.Interesting that The Jews were the descendants of the Yadavas, Lord Krishna’s Clan.
Twenty two tribes left India after the Mahabharata War.
After the epic battle of Mahabharata, exodus from India began .
Many tribes fled from India towards the North and West.
It has come to light that one of the tribes, Ailahs fled to the middle east and the Arabs called their God as Allah, from the Sanskrit speaking tribes Ailah.
Ailas were a part of Yadavas and Pauravas who took part in the Mahabharata battle.
And this tribe did not stop here.
They proceeded further west.
And landed in Samaria.
5.Sumerian culture’s Link with Sanatana Dharma has been dealt with in detail in my earlier Posts.
6.We have the 786 of Islam being the OM of Hinduism.
7.There was Shiva Temple in Mecca.
8.Also in Jordan, Petro Jordan Shiva temple.
9.The Greeks had a fascination for Krishna and we have many legends of Krishna in Greece and there is enough evidence to suggest that the Greeks worshiped Lord Krishna.
10.Pillars of Hercules are reported to be a Tribute to Lord Krishna.
11.Then we have the Tamil connection to Hitti Empire, Mittani,Incas, Aztecs,Mayas.
12.The ancestors of Celts wereBrahmins.
I shall be writing on the similarities between Sanskrit and Irish Languages
Additional information has come to my notice about the Temple of Solomon( I shall be writing on this later) and about Krishna in Greece and Krishna was the God of the Greeks.
‘In about 1900 BC, hundreds of thousands of native Indians emptied Northern and Central India and fled to the Middle East after Krishna’s Dwarka sank under the water.( I have reservations on the date here)
..*his family together and fled either to the Middle East or to what is now Iraq. Only some gigantic natural disasters, such as earthquakes and floods could have caused such an exodus. It was at this time that the Saraisvati and the Indus changed their proper beds. The Saraisvati dried up…( Possible as Krishna’s son Pradhyumans’ city is in Russia-please refer my post on this)
The word Jerusalem is derived from Sanskrit: Yadu-Ishalayam, meaning “The Holy Rock of the Yadu Tribe.” Lord Krishna was a Yadu. The Moslems still revere this huge rock under the Dome of the Rock on Jerusalem Temple Mount.
Until now, I have been wondering why Krishna’s name did not appear in Jerusalem after his arrival there. Yet, the name of the king of Jerusalem,Melchizedek, the mentor of Abraham, did. I once thought thatMelchizedek was the name of a certain person. I made this mistake by thinking that a prince and a son of a Kassite king, Melik-Sadaksina, was a supernaturally endowed prince, magician and spiritual giant. I thought he had accompanied Krishna, Abraham, and Sarah to the Middle East. Later on, I came to realize that the Sanskrit word Sadhaka applies to anyone who is an adept, a magician, one possessed of supernatural powers gained by worshipping a deity or by uttering magical chants……
‘Krishna and his family probably fled to Iraq. But I’m certain that they went to Jerusalem. The word Jerusalem is derived from Sanskrit: Yadu-Ishalayam, meaning “The Holy Rock of the Yadu Tribe.”
Lord Krishna was a Yadu.
The Moslems still revere this huge rock under the Dome of the Rock on Jerusalem Temple Mount.
(The India We Have Lost,Paramesh Choudhary)
I have additionally shown in this article that the New Testament words for Jesus all refer to Lord Krishna and his holy names. The early Christians were convinced that Melchizedek was just a prior incarnation of Jesus Christ, The remains of the Nag Hammadi manuscript entitled Melchizedekseem to confirm this. Melchizedek, king of Jerusalem and mentor of his son Abraham, was none other than ancient India’s God Krishna. The early Christians thought that Jesus was a reincarnation of Krishna, for who else had the name Yesu Kristna, Isa, Krishna, etc.?”
Many people don’t understand what is meant by Joshua’s remark about “the other side of the flood.” They think he was referring to the Noachide flood. He was referring to the time when God Krishna’s Dwarka and Haran province, in today’s Gujarat, sank under water in about 1900 BC. Abraham, Sarah, and their followers escaped southward, to the coastal ports of Kalyan and Sopara (Sophir or Sauvira), in Maharashthra. From there, they sailed northward to the Middle East. Sarah (Sarsvati) embarked from the port of Kalyan. At one time, Kalyan was located closer to the coast, but is now located more than 50 miles inland. Sarasvati is the patron saint of Kalyan. The patron saint of Sophir or Sauvira was Parasu Rama (possibly a name of our biblical Abraham/Brahma).
And I took your father Abraham from the other side of the flood, and led him throughout all the land of Canaan… (Joshua 24:2-3.)