Ravana History by Brahmin Somachandra Odisha in Gold

He was called Ravana Buddha, Buddha denoting Enlightened one.

He wrote Shiva Tandava Stotra, treatises on Astrology and Ayurvedateachers veda.

He is reported to have conquered territories not covered by the Ikshvaku dynasty of Lord Rama.

Information of Ravana abounds in Sinhala , Ceylon.

One such work is Ravana Tales.

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I am checking on the history of Ravana from Sri Lanka.

Though some information is yet to be cross checked, I am providing information that have been checked and will be writing more.

Ravana who was killed by Lord Rama was a Brahmin.

He was also considered to be part Yaksha.

He was also part of the Dravidas of the South and the Naga Loka was considered to be under him.

He was a Sanskrit scholar and an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva.

He ruled vast stretches of territory which included the now sunk Atlantis.

His father in law, Maya built a city in Atlantis.

Maya is also credited with having built Indraprastha, now called Delhi, capital of India.

Ravana had his reserve Army in Atlantis, The Americas.

Ravana is mentioned in Ramayana in detail and all the Eighteen Puranas of India, Mahabharatha, and classics of regional languages of India.

Not only Hindu texts refer to him but Buddhist texts as well.

He was called Ravana Buddha, Buddha denoting Enlightened one.

He wrote Shiva Tandava Stotra, treatises on Astrology and Ayurvedateachers veda.

He is reported to have conquered territories not covered by the Ikshvaku dynasty of Lord Rama.

Information of Ravana abounds in Sinhala , Ceylon.

One such work is Ravana Tales.

Ravana tales was written in Gold plate by a Brahmin, Somachandra Sri Bharathi from Odisha, India.

`Ravana Saga’ were based on the ola manuscript `Ravana

Tales’. The readers will wonder what this `Ravana Tales’

is? What is its history? This concluding chapter is intended

to provide the answer to such concerns.

Dr. Mirandi Obeysekere explains it as follows.

The original Ravana Tales had been written on gold

plates by Somachandra Sri Bharathi, an erudite Brahmin of

Kälinga Dash (presently known as Orissa) to be presented

to King Khallatanaga (110-104 BC) of Murunda dynasty.

However, he could not fulfill his wish as the King died

before the writing was completed.

Prince Marina, the elder son of King Khallatanaga

ascended the throne following the demise of his father

and the book was presented to him. Prince Marina was at

that time ruling in Girandurukotte with Mirandi Villa as

his centre of administration.

This book of gold sheaves was later inherited by his

elder son Prince Marina Senadhilankara and had since then

been passed over to the senior member of the succeeding

generation. Accordingly, it came into the possession of

the Chieftain Mildew Marina Senadhilankara who was

the Chieftain of Eva region. Subsequently it was inherited

by Marina Mahakappina Lanni Bandana Senadhilankana

who was a chieftain of Eva region, from his father Mildew

Marina Senadhilankara.

Erudite successors of this dynasty subsequently

contributed additional pages written on silver and copper

sheets to the original book of Sotuachandra Sri Bharathi.

The book contains factual information about King

Ravana, ancient Kshatriya (royal) families of Canna,

Brahmanic lineage, Naga, Yaksha, Diva clans, ancient

medicine, incantations, illangam and illangam (ancient battle

craft). The contents of the book were subsequently re-

written on Ala leaves and the original gold and copper

sheets had been donated to Mahiyangana temple.

The donation had been done by Adigar Wickramasinghe

(1515-1542 AD), son of General Rajaguru Marina

Mahakappina Lanni Bandana Kenadhilankara. Adigar

Wickramasinghe served as the Chief Adigar (Mama

Adikaratn) of King Jayaweera I (1514- 42 AD)’

Reference and Citation.

https://ravana1.wordpress.com

Image credit.

http://www.india.com/buzz/6-ravana-temples-in-india-you-need-to-visit-atleast-once-in-your-life-609985/

Rama Name Equals Thousand Names Of God Numerical Explanation

Ancient Indian texts have minimum four meanings.

1.Literal meaning.

2.An Allegory to indicate a Spiritual fact.

3.A hidden meaning indicating Tantra Sastra.

4.Explaining a scientific fact. 


Lord Rama image
Lord Rama

 

Ramayana is a historical fact, validated by archeology, Astronomy and, Literary references from contemporary literature from India and from around the world of ancient times.

Ramayana has over three thousand versions.

Some of them are in foreign languages of the Far East. Please read my articles on Ramayana, and Rama.

Be that as it may.

Ancient Indian texts have minimum four meanings.

1.Literal meaning.

2.An Allegory to indicate a Spiritual fact.

3.A hidden meaning indicating Tantra Sastra.

4.Explaining a scientific fact.

Apart from the words/letters of Characters indicate abstract qualities.

In some cases these names are mysticallly locked sounds.

They have the power to heal.

This is because of the Resonance the Sound creates.

I have written on the Breathing of Earth measured is identical to the Resonance of OM.(Schumann Resonance)

Please read my articles on Mantras.

Though there are many names for Individual God(Saguna Brahman), sometimes  there is more than one name for One God, some names are more powerful.
One such powerful name is Rama.

Probably because of this fact the sound of Rama in various forms is found in many cultures.

For the worship of RA.

Rama nama is declared to be so powerful that it is rated higher than Lord Rama Himself.

For more on Rama Nama please read my article on this.

The reference to Rama Nama is found at an important point in Vishnu Sahasranama, which along with Lalitha Sahasranama is rated as best among Mantra and Tantra Sastra combined.

Vishnu Sahasranama chanting is guaranteed to provide you mental peace, apart from many other things.

There are two methods of reciting Vishnu Sahasranama.

One is starting from the beginning to the end, with

Arthaa vishanna chanted twice.

The shorter version is to begin at the beginning and skip Phala Sruthi.

That is after Vanamaali Gathisaarngi…, you go to

EASWARA Uvacha, declaration by Lord Shiva

And continue to till the end as in the first method.

All the fruits that accrue are described in the phalasruthi.

But even when you skip the phalasruthi in the second method of chanting, you get all the benefits by the single sloka of EASWARA Uvacha.

What is that special sloka?

राम राम रामेति रमे रामे मनोरमे ।
सहस्रनाम तत्तुल्यं रामनाम वरानने ॥
Raama Raama Raame[a-I]ti Rame Raame Manorame |
Sahasra-Naama Tat-Tulyam Raama-Naama Vara-[A]anane ||

Meaning:
1: By meditating on “Rama Rama Rama” (the Name of Rama), my Mind gets absorbed in the Divine Consciousness of Rama, which is Transcendental,
2: The Name of Rama is as Great as the Thousand Names of God (Vishnu Sahasranama).

The sloka is special because the Speaker is Easwara(Shiva) and the one who is spoken  about is Vishnu as Rama.

Easwara means personal God.

Vishnu is One supports everything.

One interpretation of this sloka, which is popularly accepted is

‘Chanting Rama nama accounts to chanting the whole Vishnu Sahasranama (1000 names of Vishnu). :

The other explanation is that chanting Rama Nama is equivalent to chanting God’ s Name thousand Times.

Here Sahasranama is interpreted as Thousand Names, which is etymologically correct and not specific to only Vishnu Sahasranama.

The Numerical Explanation.

According to Sanskrit scriptures, there is a principle in which sounds and letters are associated with their corresponding numbers.
Ra denotes number 2 (Ya – 1, Ra – 2, La – 3, Va – 4 … )

Ma denotes number 5 (Pa – 1, Pha – 2, ba – 3, Bha – 4, Ma – 5)
So Rama – Rama – Rama becomes 2 * 5 * 2 * 5 * 2 * 5 = 1000amayana the Indian Epic is not a figment of imagination in the fertile mind of a poet.

* In the sloka each of the sounds RA and MA occurs thrice.

Hence the above calculation.
Reference and Citation.

https://www.quora.com/What-are-some-mind-blowing-facts-about-Lord-Rama

Additional information on Sanskrit Numerals1″to and Equivalent Alphabets.

‘ Sanskrit RA and number 2 marked below as #

Sanskrit Ma and 5 marked as *

I have provided this information to clarify the Numerical interpretation of RA and MA.

Sanskrit scholars and Linguistic specialists as I am a novice.

Source of the following information.

https://www.sanskrit-trikashaivism.com/en/learning-sanskrit-writing-ancient-sanskrit-characters-1/422

Letters and numbers – Variants
Numbers
Numbers
Numbers (variants included) Uno (variante) n/a n/a n/a Cinco (variante 1)or Cinco (variante 2) n/a n/a Ocho (variante) Nueve (variante 1)or Nueve (variante 2)or Nueve (variante 3) n/a
Transliteration 1 2 # 3 4 5 * 6 7 8 9 0
Consonants
Gutturals
Gutturals (variants) n/a kha (variant) n/a n/a n/a
Transliteration ka kha ga gha ṅa
Palatals
Palatals (variants) n/a n/a n/a jha (variant 1)or jha (variant 2) n/a
Transliteration ca cha ja jha ña
Dentals
Dentals (variants) n/a n/a n/a dha (variant) n/a
Transliteration ta tha da dha na
Labials म *
Labials (variants) n/a n/a n/a bha (variant) n/a
Transliteration pa pha ba bha ma
Semivowels र #
Semivowels (variants) n/a n/a la (variant 1)or la (variant 2) va
Transliteration ya ra la va

Advaita Ramayana Adhyaatma Ramayana Pdf

As Rama was not a fictional character,the writers felt that it would be more authentic to present Rama as the Ideal one to follow for He was Real.

There are some versions which are subtle and they convey the message of various philosophical concepts of Hinduism that are to be practiced by one to Realize the Self,Brahman.


Over a Thousand versions of Ramayana ,one of the two Great Epics of India,the other being Mahabharataha!

Of these versions many are in Sanskrit in which it was composed and that too by the same author,Sage Valmiki.

Some versions are meant for Higher Beings,some abridged,and some short and some stressing the Abstract Reality embodied in Lord Ramachandra,the Emperor of India.

Ramachandra was also the Emperor of the entire landmass on Earth and He is mentioned in ancient texts of the world including the Sumerian Kings List.

He was also referred to as RA and Rama worship is found in Americas ,Africas and ancient Europe.

While there are various versions in Sanskrit, in regional languages of India and in the Far East,all of them are in agreement with the fact that he was a Historical personality and not a figment of imagination of a creative poet.

Notwithstanding language barriers and the varied locations where/in which the Ramayana is composed,basic facts mentioned by Sage Valmiki in his Ramayana are adhered to.

In some versions certain changes are made in the narrative to enhance the quality of the literary work and the poets ensure that hints are made available in the text that there are such variations from Valmiki Ramayana.

While some of these versions enhance the quality of the work through characterisations,some provide more details in respect of Geography:some include the regional customs.

As the very name Ramayana implies Ramayana is the ‘Path of Rama’.

Rama Ayana meaning Path followed by Rama.

The Path travelled by Rama during his life was marked as Ideal and as such is recommended for people as it is deemed to be the Righteous one.

As Rama was not a fictional character,the writers felt that it would be more authentic to present Rama as the Ideal one to follow for He was Real.

There are some versions which are subtle and they convey the message of various philosophical concepts of Hinduism that are to be practiced by one to Realize the Self,Brahman.

One can read the Valmiki Ramayana as History and also as an explanation of Karma yoga and lokayata,the worldly way of performing one’s duties in accordance with Dharma,come what may.

There are some versions that stress on the Divine aspect of Rama and emphasize Bhakti yoga,the Path of Surrender to God.

Saint Tulsidas’s Ramcharitamanas belongs to this category where RamaBhakti takes priority and as Bhakti yoga implies Duality or Qualified Duality.

Dwaita and Visishtadvaidha,are two aspects of the Reality,Brahman as explained in the Vedas.

The other system Vedic Thought on Reality needs to be brought out.

This Thought is Advaita,the system that explains the Reality as One,non dual, Advaita.

This aspect is brought forth in Adhyaatma Ramayana.

It is said to have been composed by Veda Vyasa,the compiler of the Vedas and the Puranas.

There is also a view that Adhyaatma Ramayana was composed during the middle ages.

Adhyaatma Ramayana stresses Advaita system of them,made popular later by Adi Shankaracharya .

The Advatic thought runs through Adhyaatma Ramayana and the Rama Gita, where Rama’ discourse on Reality to Lakshmana is pure Advaidha.

The term Adhyaatma Ramayana indicates it to be Advaidha.

the Sanskrit scriptures have a very precise definition of the word spirituality (adhyatma): “aatmani adhi iti adhyatma”, meaning all that which is performed in accordance with the wishes of the soul (aatma)is spirituality.

From Bhagavad Gita, 8.3 : अक्षरं ब्रह्म परमं स्वभावोऽध्यात्ममुच्यते । means:

The indestructible, transcendental living entity is called Brahman, and his eternal nature is called adhyātma, the self.

The text represents Rama as the Brahman (metaphysical reality), mapping all saguna (attributes) of Rama to the nirgunanature (ultimate unchanging attributeless virtues and ideals). Adhyatma Ramayana raises every mundane activity of Rama to a spiritual or transcendent level, the story into symbolism, thus instructing the seeker to view his or her own life through the symbolic vision for his soul, where the external life is but a metaphor for the eternal journey of the soul in Advaita terminology.

The book is aimed to be used as a guide and a ready source of instruction for a spiritual seeker, as it presents the Ramayana as a divine allegory.

Adhyaatma Ramayana has Seven Cantos,Chapters,4500 verses.

Apart from this there are variations to Valmiki Ramayana in Adhyaatma Ramayana.

These are,

Comparison with Valmiki Ramayana

In a study of Adhyatma Ramayana it is essential to know where it differs from the Valmiki Ramayana.

Valmiki’s object seems to describe Rama as an ideal human character though he accepts him as an avatarof Maha Vishnu; but the divinity of Rama is always kept latent. This objective of Valmiki is made clear at the very beginning of the epic in verses 1 to 18 of Chapter 1 of Bala Kanda. Here Valmiki asks Narada the following questions:

1. “Who in the world today is a great personage, endowed with all virtues, who is courageous, who knows the secret of Dharma, who is grateful, who is ever truthful and who is established in sacred observances”?

2. “Who has great family traditions, who has got sympathy for all creatures, who is most learned, who is skilful, and whose outlook is ever kindly”?

3. “Who is courageous, who has subdued anger, who is endowed with splendor, who is free from jealousy, who, when angry in the field of battle, is a terror even to the Devas”?

In reply to this question, Sage Narada narrated in brief the entire Rama Katha which formed the basis for Valmiki to expand and make it a vast, beautiful and unique epic poem of great literary value which came to be called Valmiki Ramayana. (Narada’s brief exposition of Rama Katha to Valmiki is called ‘Sankshepa Ramayana’ which is used in many households for the purpose of daily recitation).

The object of an epic which begins with such a description of its hero is obviously to give us a picture of human perfection. But this does not mean that Valmiki did not recognize divinity in his hero. When a person is described as a Deity, it happens that ordinary human beings start worshipping him and are not inclined to treat him as a role-model to imitate and follow. This probably must have been the reason for Valmiki to propound the divinity of Rama in subdued tones and paint him prominently as a great human being with all the human frailties and weaknesses so that the people at large may learn from his life.

While Valmiki’s great epic is the saga of Rama in respect of its direct approach, Adhyatma Ramayana is a direct elaboration of its spiritual implications. In the former Rama is a great hero, in the latter he is a deity- Maha Vishnu, covered in thin apparel – held before all to worship. This is made clear in the very first chapter of the book entitled ‘Sri Rama Hridaya”.

The text of Adhyatma Ramayana projects Rama as the Supreme Self; but while doing so it takes care to see that Rama is also a Personal Deity, the Supreme Isvara, who is to be prayed and sought after by all those who seek knowledge of non-duality. It teaches Bhakti of the most intensive type and stresses that through devotion to Rama alone the saving Jnana would arise in the Jiva. The teaching of the Adhyatma Ramayana is an extension of the declaration of the Svetasvatara Upanishad, “it is only in one who has supreme devotion to God and to his spiritual teacher that this truth – knowledge of the non-dual Self – when taught will shine”.

Thus to establish Rama’s divine status, as an object of worship and devotion and to teach that Bhakti and Jnana are not only reconcilable but always go together is the prime object this great text. In order to achieve this objective, the Adhyatma Ramayana, while sticking to the main trends and incidents of the Rama Katha described in Valmiki’s epic, makes various deviations in the course of its extensive narration. A few such instances are cited below.

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The major alteration in the fact of the story found in the Adhyatma Ramayana is the introduction of a “Shadow Sita” throughout the period of her abduction. The real Sita disappears into fire just before the golden deer episode. Tulasidasa also follows the Adhyatma Ramayana in this respect.

Compare Tulasi’s Sri Ramacharitamanasa, Aranya Kanda, Doha 23 and the Chopai: “When Lakshmana had gone to the woods to gather roots, fruits and bulbs, Sri Rama, the very incarnation of compassion and joy, spoke with a smile to Janak’s daughter (Sita):- Listen my darling, who have been staunch in the holy vow of fidelity to me and are so virtuous in conduct: I am going to act a lovely human part. Abide in fire until I have completed the destruction of the demons.”

“No sooner had Sri Rama told Her everything in detail than she impressed the image of the Lord’s feet on Her heart and entered into the fire, leaving with Him only a shadow of Hers, though precisely of the same appearance and the same amiable and gentle disposition. Lakshmana, too, did not know the secret of what the Lord had done behind the curtain.”

In the Adhyatma Ramayana, Sita emerges from the fire at the end of the war when the shadow Sita enters into it. (The whole drama is preplanned and enacted at the bidding of Sri Rama Himself).

Other alterations in the Adhyatma Ramayana include: Ravana treats Sita with the respect due to a mother and Sri Rama establishes a Sivalinga at the site of the bridge to Lanka.

The major contribution of the Adhyatma Ramayana lies in the casting of Rama in the role of the spiritual teacher and in the several exquisite hymns sung in praise of Rama. There are four occasions when Rama assumes the role of the teacher and gives philosophical disquisition.

Rama reveals himself as four-handed Mahavishnu at his very birth, a feature that is not seen in Valmiki

Sage Valmiki depicts Sri.Rama as an ideal man while admitting his divinity, whereas Sage Vyasa present him as the Supreme Being incarnate with the full remembrance of his divinity and the recognition of it by all wise men.

In response to Lakshmana’s questions on different occasions he teaches knowledge, devotion and detachment, methods of worship and the way of emancipation. In reply to Kaushalya’s query, Rama teaches the three Yogas of Karma (action), Jnana (knowledge) and Bhakti (devotion).

The well known Ramagita is part of Adhyatma Ramayana. It contains teachings on Advaita Vedanta. The real contribution of this work is in its repeatedly propounding the doctrine that Rama is Brahman the Absolute and that Sita is His Maya-shakti or Prakriti, thereby raising the personality of Rama to the highest level and providing a firm base to the worship of Rama.

Ahalya the wife of Sage Gautama is in invisible form in the Valmiki Ramayana, whereas in the Adhyatma she has been depicted in the rock form.

In the Ayodhya Kanda of Adhyatma Ramayana the section opens with a visit of Sage Narada to Sri. Rama to remind him of the purpose of his incarnation, which Sri. Rama acknowledges. All these incidents are not in Valmiki.

In the Adhyatma, banishment of Sri Rama is accomplished by the Devas through Goddess Saraswathi, by possessing the two women i.e. maid servant Manthara and Kaikeyi. In Valmiki this incident is explained as a simple court intrigue.

Sage Valmiki’s evil past has been explained in detail in Adhyatma, but not in the other.

In Adhyatma, Lakshmana requests Rama to instruct him on the means of attaining Salvation. Rama also gives him an elaborate discourse on Jnana and Bhakti, conveying the quintessence of Vedanta. This is not there in Valmiki Text.

According to Adhyatma, Ravana is aware of the fact that Sri. Rama in human form is Lord Vishnu incarnated to kill him. Ravana is also aware of the fact that destruction at Sri. Rama’s hand is easier way of gaining salvation than through spiritual practices (devotion through confrontation – an example for vidvesha bhakti).

In Adhyatma – unknown to Lakshmana, Rama informs Sita that Ravana will be coming to abduct her, and that therefore he is handing her over to the Fire deity Agni for safe custody, till he takes her back again. In her place Maya Sita is left in Asrama, and it is this illusory Sita that Ravana abducts. This is unknown in the Valmiki.

In Valmiki, it is Kabandha who advises Sri. Rama to make friends with Sugreeva and gives details about the place of his residence, whereas in Adhyatma it is ascetic Sabari who first tells Rama about Sugreeva and informs him that Sita is confined in Ravana’s palace.

After the death of Vali it is Hanuman who consoles Tara in Adhyatma Ramayana, whereas in Valmiki Sri. Rama gives her an elaborate advice of philosophy of Vedanta and the practice of devotion, besides consoling her.

In Adhyatma while Rama is staying at Mount Pravarshana after the coronation of Sugreeva, he gives an elaborate discourse to Lakshmana on the ritualistic worship of Lord Maha Vishnu (i.e Himself), thus revealing his identity with the Supreme Being openly.

Swayamprabha comes to meet Rama and praises Him, identifying him as Supreme Being. According to the advice of Rama she goes to Badari to attain Mukthi.. This episode is absent in Valmiki.

Sampati gives an elaborate discourse to the monkeys who meet him He quotes Sage Chandramas, while telling about the divinity of Sri. Rama. This incident is available in Adhyatma only.

A conspicuous addition in the Adhyatma is Rama’s installation of the Sivalinga in Rameswara, before the construction of Sethu for the success of the enterprise. Rama also declares about the merit of Pilgrimage to Rameswara and Sethu Bandha here. These elaborations are not available in Valmiki.

Sri Rama is well aware of his divinity during the Nagapasa missile episode and Garuda’s arrival to release them. In Valmiki, Rama is not aware of his Divinity till the end when Brahma imparts that knowledge to him.

Kalanemi obstructs Hanuman while he is on his way to bring Mritasanjivani, a herb that can revive one who is almost dead. This incident is absent in Valmiki.

Narada praises Rama after the death of Kumbakarna in Adhyatma. This is absent in Valmiki.

Killing of Maya Sita by Indrajit and illusion created thereon by black magic is available in Valmiki but not in Adhyatma

Before going to battle Ravana, for gaining invincibility in fighting, begins fire rite, as per the advice of his guru Sukra. This rite is blocked and stopped by the monkeys. These incidents are absent in Valmiki Ramayana.

Rama cuts down the heads of Ravana repeatedly, but could not kill him. Vibhishana informs Rama that Ravana has got amrita deposited in his umbilicus and that until it is removed he cannot be killed. This is available in Adhyatma Ramayana. But in Valmiki Ramayana as per the advice of Sage Agasthya Rama chants Adhithya Hrudaya and worships Lord Soorya to kill Ravana.

According to Adhyatma on the death of Ravana, his spirit, having luminosity of lighting enters into Rama and attains salvation. This explanation finds no place in Valmiki.

After the death of Ravana, Sita’s fire ordeal is only to replace the Maya Sita by Rama. The whole event is given the appearance of a real ordeal in Valmiki.

In Adhyatma Ramayana every one praises and chants the hymn on Rama starting from Vamadeva, Valmiki, Bharadwaja, Narada, Viradha, Sarabanga, Sutikshna, Agasthya, Viswamitra, Vasishta, Jatayu, Kabhanda, Sabari, Swayamprabha, Parasurama, Vibhishana, Hanuman etc. This is absent in Valmiki.

Reference and block quote citation.

Visit the following link for quality information on Hinduism.

http://stotraratna.sathyasaibababrotherhood.org/adr2.htm

For download of Adhyaatma Ramayana in Sanskrit with English Translation by MSri. Munilal

Improbable Is Possible Sanatana Dharma Tamil World History

I shall be writing a series with evidence on some of my conclusions, which might border on Wild imagination to plain crazy.

So the idea that One could see the world with a small device in one’s palm and communicate.’

When checked with resources from ancoient Indian texts,foreign literarure not being referred to in our curricula,archaeology,Astronomy,Astro-archeaology,Philology,Linguistics,Racial theories,Geology, and the past cultures of the world and their religion and legends,I found,


I have been researching India,its History,Sanatana Dharma,Hinduism for the past eight years.

I have been referring Indian texts in Sanskrit,Tamil and English (these languages I know a bit).

My search was triggerred by anamolies in Indian History and culture in the prescribed text books.

‘Considering these facts,( I have written detailed articles on each point mentioned here),I have been pursuing my studies and I am stuck with some startling, seemingly improbable facts.

Nothing is Improbable because I do not understand it,

Arthur Conan Doyle quote..image
Nothing is Improbable, Arthur Conan Doyle Quote in Sherlock Holme.

This might shock some.

I shall be writing a series with evidence on some of my conclusions, which might border on Wild imagination to plain Crazy!

So the idea that One could see the world with a small device in one’s palm and communicate.!’

When checked with resources from ancient Indian texts,foreign literarure not being referred to in our curricula,archaeology,Astronomy,Astro-archeaology,Philology,Linguistics,Racial theories,Geology, and the past cultures of the world and their religion and legends,I found,

  1. Bharatvarsha existed as explained in Indian Texts,
  2. The events, characters are real,
  3. Bharatvarsha extended throughout the world,
  4. Rama and Krishna were real.
  5. Rama’s name is found  in Kings List of Sumeria, along with Dasaratha and Bharatha.
  6. Rama is referred to in Atlantis Legends.
  7. Rama Tribe is found in Africa.
  8. Ramas Chapel in Iraq.
  9. Egyptian Pharoahs wore Vaishnav marks on thier body.
  10. Australian Aborigines perform Shiva Trinetra Dance even today.
  11. Ancient Tamil is spoken ,even now in Cameroon.
  12. Hindu thoughts were prevalent in Greece much before the arrival of Alexander to India.
  13. Pillars of Herules was dedicated to Krishna.
  14. Krishna Balarama and Shiva were worshipped in ancient Greece.
  15. Tamil Siddha Bhogar is found in Sooth America.
  16. Agastya is found New Zealand.
  17. Rig Veda was compiled in the Arctic.
  18. Pradhyumna, son of Lord Krishna founded the Port city Port Barzhyn in Russia.
  19. Russia has Vedas called Perun,Perun Santis and they were nine in number.
  20. Siberians worship Ayur Devathas of Hinduism even today.
  21. Lake Baikal was Indra’s Amravathi.
  22. Kaikeyi was born in Russia.
  23. Russian language is very close to Sanskrit.
  24. Saptha Rivers, that is seven rivers as explained in Indian Texts are found in Russia.
  25. Yagnyavalka, the Sage who gave Shukla Yajur Veda lived in Russia.
  26. Caspian Sea was Kashyap Sagar.
  27. River Danube was name after Dhan, mother of Dhanavas.
  28. Rig Vedic Mandala city is found in Arkaim, Russia.
  29. Russia was calle Sthree( Women) Varsha and was a Republic.
  30. Petra Jordan Has a Shiva Temple.
  31. Arabia was Aravasthan.
  32. King Vikramaditya ruled the region.
  33. His edict is found in Kaaba.
  34. Muhammad’s Uncle wrote Siva Stuthi.
  35. Shiva Linga is in Meccan and Islam follows Vedic rituals at Kaaba.
  36. Ancient Arabians followed Tamil customs.
  37. Tamil kings extended their kingdoms to middle and far east.
  38. Cilappadikaram Nedunchezhiyan ,Pandya King was called Nebuchadnezzar I.
  39. Yadavs migrated to Israel and are the ancestors of Jews.
  40. Hittie,Elamite,Hurian,Sumerian,Minoan civilizations trace their roots to Tamils.

Articles to follow.

Please note that this Blog exploratory and research oriented in Nature.

Alternative views with evidence welcome.

Madurai India Atlantis Construction Similar

This coupled with the emerging Lemuria,the part played by Malayathdwaja Pandya,father of Madurai Meenakshi took part in the Mahabharata battle on the side of Pandavas,Krishna and Arjuna married Pandyan princesses and had children through them,Balarama visited Murugan in the south,Krishna participated in Tamil Poets’ Conclave,Krishna defeated a Pandya King….


There were four ancient civilizations in the world.

They were,

The Uighur,

Rama,

Lemuria, and

Atlantis.

Lord Rama,whose ancestor Satyavrata Manu was from Lemuria and he moved to north ,Ayodha, where his son Ikshvaku founded the Ikshvaku dynasty to which Rama belongs.

And the Tamil Chola kings belong to Ikshvaku dynasty.

Lord Rama aligned with the a section of Atlantis clan,Horus to defeat Seth.

This is chronicled in Sumerian history.

Names of Dasaratha,Rama and Bharatha are found in the Sumerian Kings List.

Atlantis was described in detail by Plato.

Shall be writing a series on this shortly.

Madurai city layout.image
Madurai city street. Consruction

Based on his writings and other literary references ,design of Atlantis city has been arrived at.

The general lay out is similar ,if not identical with that of Madurai, Tamil Nadu.

Generally ancient south Indian cities,especially in Tamil Nadu were built in concentric lay outs with the temple at the center.

One can witness this in all major temple towns,Madurai,Srivilliputtur,Srirangam…..

At Madurai the streets surrounding the temple are named after the Tamil months.

Not surprising, considering the fact that Maya,the architect of Delhi was from Atlantis.

This coupled with the emerging Lemuria,the part played by Malayathdwaja Pandya,father of Madurai Meenakshi took part in the Mahabharata battle on the side of Pandavas,Krishna and Arjuna married Pandyan princesses and had children through them,Balarama visited Murugan in the south,Krishna participated in Tamil Poets’ Conclave,Krishna defeated a Pandya King….

Atlantis city lay out.image.
Atlantis city lay out. Image credit. David Icke Forum.

 

 

Atlantis city design. Image
Atlantis city detailed construction lay out.

These are the references from Mahabharata.

I have written in detail on all these and also on the Ramayana,Vedic references to Tamils and Lemuria and Mu.

I have provided Madurai city 360 ° view as Featured Image above the title of this article and Atlantis city maps above.

Credit. Madurai city image in the body of the article,

http://thesciencexplorer.blogspot.in/2013/07/madurai-temple-city.html#

 

 

Ruby Gold Mining By Chinese Pandya King Nediyon Madagascar 5000 BC

Manu migrated to Ayodhya and his son Ikshvaku founded the Ikshvaku Dynasty, to which Rama belongs.

Rama’s empire one among the four earliest empires of the world.

These four empires were,

Uighur,

Atlantis,

Rama and

Lemuria.


When the Puranas , Ithihasas and Tamil Classics repeatedly assert the existence of a Tamil land and describe in detail the trade carried out by the Sanatana Dharma with the people of this Tamil land, I take this seriously  and do not dismiss them as Myths because it is inconvenient for my beliefs.

Lemuria Continent
Lemuria continent and Mu

Sometimes, nay, most of the time, Truth is inconvenient..

Movement of Tectonic plates,Infra red dating of Thiruvannamalai,Tirupati reveal that the former was 3.94 billion years old and the latter 2100 Million Years ancient.

Jwlapuram Cuddapah, Andhra Pradesh, India is dated around 74000 years where Nataraja is found and this has been validated by Mount Toba’s Emission.

The great Floods , noted by Tamil Sangam literature  finds its echoes in world literature.

Migration to Europe at various times coincides(?) with these floods.

Bhagavtha Purana refers to the fact that Rama’s ancestor Vaiwasvatha Manu meditated in the south and this has been found to be near Madagascar.

Article Link provided at the close of the post.

Manu migrated to Ayodhya and his son Ikshvaku founded the Ikshvaku Dynasty, to which Rama belongs.

Rama’s empire one among the four earliest empires of the world.

These four empires were,

Uighur,

Atlantis,

Rama and

Lemuria.

Rama faced Atlantis people in a war at Seven Rishis Valley near Harappa.

Please check my article Rama dropped a Nuclear Bomb.

Tamil Classic which revolves around the Chola harbor of Poompuhar, Tamil Nadu which mention Krishna and Mahabharata  is dated 20,000 years ago.

Cilappadikaram, the one of the five epics of Tamils, mentions  the land of the Tamils in the south, which had four major rivers ,Kumari Aaru, Peru Aaru, Pahruli Aaru and Kanni Aaru.

Size of Lemuria was  34 Million Square Miles

The Tamil texts mention that Ruby and Gold were mined here near a mountain called Meru.

Please check my article Mountain Meru in Africa?

The Pahruli river was excavated to irrigate the mountain valley by the Pandyan King Nediyon. Ruby was mined from the mountain Mani Malai and gold from Meru Malai. It is said that Chinese laborers were employed by the Pandyan King and when they went down the mines they appeared like a huge army of small ants, therefore, they were called “the gold mining ants”.( https://atlantisjavasea.com/tag/kapatapuram/ )

In Madagascar Ruby and gold are being mined even today

.’Rubies have historically been mined in Thailand, the Pailin and Samlout District of Cambodia, Burma, India, Afghanistan, Australia, Namibia, Colombia, Japan, Scotland, Braziland in Pakistan. In Sri Lanka, lighter shades of rubies (often “pink sapphires”) are more commonly found. After the Second World War ruby deposits were found in Tanzania, Madagascar, Vietnam, Nepal, Tajikistan, and Pakistan’

Madagascar’s primary gold deposits are thought to be of mesothermal “lode” quartz-hosted type. This type of lode gold deposit is extremely valuable, accounting for nearly 20 percent of world gold deposits. The same type of deposits can also be found in Australia, Canada, Brazil and Ghana. Madagascar gold is found specifically in greenstone belts, quartz reefs and quartz veins, and as diffused mineral. Gold has also been recovered from ancient and recent alluvial accumulations and lateritic earth. The mineralization of vein deposits is mainly gold-quartz and gold-sulphide associations.

Primary gold deposits in Madagascar predate the breaking up of Gondwana, the southernmost of the two super continents that made up Pangea. This is an important fact, as is renders regional tectonics irrelevant to the gold deposition model. Madagascar’s basement rocks- the oldest rocks in the area, have been divided into three main systems. From the youngest to the oldest these are: the Vohibory System the Graphite System, and the Androyen System. The Graphite system forms the greatest part of Madagascar’s basement and is the most consistently mineralized in gold. The Vohibory System also contains some gold districts.’

The Sanskrit  texts are clear that the  Rubies and Gold were imported from Dravida Desa,South.

References and citations.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruby

http://investingnews.com/daily/resource-investing/precious-metals-investing/gold-investing/gold-mining-in-madagascar/

https://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2015/10/27/manu-meditated-malayamarutha-near-madagascar/

https://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2013/05/01/lemuria-home-of-tamils-in-ramayana-mahabharata/

 

Four Earliest Civilizations Rama Tamil Empires

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I had written on the ancient civilizations of the world.

The earliest civilizations included the Rama Empire.

The ancestor of Lord Rama, Vaivaswatha Manu lived in the south,The Dravida Desa.

He migrated to Ayodhya because of a Tsunami.

He meditated in a Plateau at the time of the Tsunami which is now in Madagascar.

Pleased read details  Manu Meditated in Madagascar

His son Ikshvaku founded the Ikshvaku founded the Ikshvaku Dynasty, to which Lord Rama Belongs

Manu migrated to North

And in the War with Atlantean people Rama was involved.

Rama's Empire.
Rama Empire

When one cross checks this information with the history of Tamils, Atlantis.,Osiris it clicks.

There were four ancient civilizations,

.Lemuria,

Atlantis,

Osirian  and

Ikshvaku.

The timeline is from 76,000 BC!

Reference and citation.

76000 – 24000 B.C. Lemurian Civilization:
Lemuria was an island which embraced all of present-day Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Oceania, western North America, and everything between. It was destroyed by earthquakes and then submerged about 26,000 years ago. Man’s first civilization arose on the continent of Lemuria 78,000 years ago and reached heights so great that our present civilization can barely be considered a civilization when compared to it. Government, religion, and science achieved such perfection as to be far beyond our present comprehension. Western Civilization is only about 2,500 years old and has narrowly survived its power-seeking rulers and priests. Our science and technology are but in their infancy and as yet consist of but relatively few rediscoveries. The religion of Lemuria was established on the laws of the universe by Christ Himself when He ruled Lemuria under the name Melchizedek.

22500 – 8500 B.C. Atlantean Civilization:
After the destruction of Lemuria, Atlantis grew to be a great nation, which subsequently proved to be the world’s second-ranking civilization. It flourished for some 14,000 years until its submersion about 10,500 years ago. The name of this nation was Poseid, and it was the offspring of the colony which the Pfrees (overly practical) had originally established.

The nation of Poseid was inventive far beyond the wildest imaginings of modern scientists. Their fantastically advanced technology afforded consummate leisure, comfort, and a vast abundance of material things. Unfortunately, the people were much too preoccupied with the pursuit of physical pleasures and with the accumulation of luxurious possessions to take advantage of the opportunity to attain citizenship, and this shortcoming ultimately resulted in their downfall. Internal conflict arose when large numbers of Katholis (overly idealistic) deserted their cities in South and Central America and migrated to Poseid in order to escape their savagely warlike neighbors. The Katholi priests set about to bring Poseid under their sway, but they only succeeded in destroying the governmental and economic system which produced the wealth and luxuries they sought to usurp. Civil and religious warfare vexed the land until it submerged beneath the ocean waves.

When Atlantis sank in a localized earthquake, it left all the rest of the globe impoverished so far as technology was concerned. Nobody else knew how to duplicate that technology; so many of the things that had been used world-wide simply didn’t exist any longer. Even though technology gradually diminished in the rest of the world, they managed to be civilized towards one another. But then 3,000 years after the sinking of Atlantis came a world-wide reapportionment of the land masses.

5500 B.C. Osirian and Rama Nations:
The third greatest civilization was the pre-dynastic Egyptian culture, known as Osiris, which was greatly different from the records that we are able to find of the various dynasties. The fourth greatest civilization was the Rama Empire in the Indian sub-continent. The common people in India then had an entirely different philosophy than the educated ruling families who, incidentally, were members of the Brotherhoods.

The pre-dynastic Egyptian culture was concurrent with the Rama Empire and both were concurrent with the end times of the Atlantean civilization. They were known as the three kings. Atlantis was predominantly a very practical group of people. The people in the Rama Empire of India were much more idealistic than they were either practical or mentally oriented. The Osirian nation was primarily noted for its use of mental techniques in a positive way.

The ancient Rama Empire in India became the fourth-ranking civilization under a dynasty of enlightened leaders who for a period of several centuries suppressed the priesthood. The Rama regime and predynastic Egypt had both managed to salvage some of their culture after the fall of Atlantis, but the rest of the world was reduced to a condition of brutal struggle for survival. The colonies of the world were irretrievably shut off from the technology of Atlantis, and in a few generations they reverted to a stone age-existence. The few manufacturing facilities not destroyed by world-wide earthquakes and tidal waves soon deteriorated from lack of raw materials to feed them. Stone replaced smelted metals for tools, and all too soon subsequent generations couldn’t believe anything other than stone had ever been used. Egypt and India were precariously spared from the far-reaching upheaval, and their weakened governments gradually succumbed to evil priests and war lords.

That last reapportionment 7,500 years ago put an end to the Rama Empire in India as well as the Osirian nation in the Mediterranean basin. Today, what we consider ancient history only goes back to about that cataclysm. What we commonly refer to as the “cradle” of civilization in the region of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers of today, was people coming back to some semblance of civilization and culture.

http://www.adelphi.com/past_and_future_history/ancient_empires.html

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