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3500 years back

“Ancient site discovered in Bihar”:http://www.ndtv.com/morenews/showmorestory.asp?slug=Ancient+site+discovered+in+Bihar&id=37419

bq. They have found a 3500-year-old site in Pandavsthan village and some 2,000 artifacts that are said to date to around 1500-2000 B.C. Pandavsthan’s residents always believed their village got its name from the Mahabharata and that the Pandavas spent some time here.

“Gilgamesh tomb believed found”:http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/2982891.stm

bq. “We covered more than 100 hectares. We have found garden structures and field structures as described in the epic, and we found Babylonian houses.”

The Epic of Gilgamesh, written 2000 years before Buddha, “has a flood story”:http://www-relg-studies.scu.edu/netcours/rs011/restrict/gilflood.htm similar to the one in Indian mythology, where Manu builds a boat and carries animals to safety.

3 Responses to 3500 years back

  1. S. Kalyanaraman February 4, 2004 at 4:59 pm #

    homa = bison (Pengo) hom = gold (Kannada), rendered as a hieroglyph for example.

    http://s1.amazon.com/exec/varzea/ts/exchange-
    glance/Y01Y2082414Y0848505/002-5207429-3881666

    This encyclopaedic set of 7 books on Sarasvati available from this URL cannot be ignored. I hope the professor will peruse them in his
    university library. He may even be surprised to find that the work partly validates Kuiper’s insights on early Munda.

    More on metal realities of ancient times:

    http://www.hindunet.org/saraswati/bhairava1.doc

    Also updated on Files section of IC. Click on files. Click on bhairava1.doc

    Appended to this monograph is a reading of the first line of Sohgaura Copper Plate Inscription composed mostly of Sarasvati hieroglyphs.

    The line relates to the facilities (together with a pair of kos.t.ha_ga_ra, storehouses) provided to itinerant metalsmiths of artisan guilds at the junction of three highways.

    Ib is the shortest name of any Railway Station; it is on Nagpur-Howrah rail-route. Ib means ‘iron’ (Santali). Ib is not far from
    jharsagud.a the land the Great Maha_vi_ra walked.

    Lohgar.h is the name of a place on the banks of River Sarasvati in Yamunanagar district north of the Siwalik ranges. At this place, the
    District Collector licenses gold-panners even today. No wonder, Sarasvati was called hiran.yavartani_.

    Dr. S. Kalyanaraman

  2. S. Kalyanaraman February 4, 2004 at 5:00 pm #

    homa = bison (Pengo) hom = gold (Kannada), rendered as a hieroglyph for example.

    http://s1.amazon.com/exec/varzea/ts/exchange-
    glance/Y01Y2082414Y0848505/002-5207429-3881666

    This encyclopaedic set of 7 books on Sarasvati available from this URL cannot be ignored. I hope the professor will peruse them in his
    university library. He may even be surprised to find that the work partly validates Kuiper’s insights on early Munda.

    More on metal realities of ancient times:

    http://www.hindunet.org/saraswati/bhairava1.doc

    Also updated on Files section of IC. Click on files. Click on bhairava1.doc

    Appended to this monograph is a reading of the first line of Sohgaura Copper Plate Inscription composed mostly of Sarasvati hieroglyphs.

    The line relates to the facilities (together with a pair of kos.t.ha_ga_ra, storehouses) provided to itinerant metalsmiths of artisan guilds at the junction of three highways.

    Ib is the shortest name of any Railway Station; it is on Nagpur-Howrah rail-route. Ib means ‘iron’ (Santali). Ib is not far from
    jharsagud.a the land the Great Maha_vi_ra walked.

    Lohgar.h is the name of a place on the banks of River Sarasvati in Yamunanagar district north of the Siwalik ranges. At this place, the
    District Collector licenses gold-panners even today. No wonder, Sarasvati was called hiran.yavartani_.

    Dr. S. Kalyanaraman

  3. bmhardas April 12, 2007 at 10:10 pm #

    Respected Sir,
    I had gone through RSS site, but I dont find your presentation on Ramsetu. As it (ppt) is unable to open on other sites also, I request you send it to me on my mail. Sir I am Lecturer in GH raisoni engg college & worker of RSS. Sir we will be thankfull to you, as we are trying peoples involvment in JAAGRAN. Sir plz send me that ppt so that we can arrange the seminars on RAMSETU.
    Thanks!

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