Thursday, February 18, 2010

Parallels between Sanskrit and West




Sumer - Sameer =Sanskrit wind

Gilgamesh (Akkadian God) - Ganesh Hindu God

Anunaki , Mesopotomian dieties - Anu is Sanskrit in origin meaning atom  - see here for proof


https://www.wisdomlib.org/definition/a%E1%B9%87u

Babylon - Baabul is Sanskrit father

Gate of Ishtar in Babylon - Isha is a Goddess in Sanskrit - Ishwar is another word for God

Assyrian - Asura Sanskrit 


Babylon - baabul in Sanskrit, father

Assyrians,- ancient civilization - from asura in Vedas, demi gods

aankhon, Egypt symbol for life - eye in Sanskrit

Kenya  - kanya, Vedic astrology symbol 


Iran - aryan from Sanskrit Vedas


Ramadan - Rama from Vedas, Koran came at very minimum 3,000 years after Ramayana, another Hindu epic

Ramulus, Egyptian king from ancient times


Abu Du Bhai:

Apu is Sanskrit father, Dho: two in Hindi, Bhai: Brother Hindi. In Arabic there is no P sound.

Find the book "Language of the Harappans" which proves ties between Sanskrit and the Akkadians as well as other civilizations in 3,000 BC.


You can search Akkadian Sanskrit for more articles and proof on this topi.. Also type Sumerian Sanskrit for more links. The Sumerian Gods had Sanskrit names!!


Some more Sanskrit /Hindi connections to the West:


havan is puja - Engliah heaven
devi / devas Sanskrit Gods - English diva
staan  - place in Sanskrit



Swathi Vedic astrology sign  - Swat valley

suno, listen, Hindi - sound English

sitar - English guitar


sari - from Hindi saara meaning plenty/all,dress is called this for reason - choli/lengha worn under sari is dress of today as well

nav Hindi  new, same meaning from Hindi to English


surya, Sanskrit: sun - suri Hebrew: princess, / Persian: rose


manu, Sanskrit for man - English man


gaya Hindi, definition: go - English go


faraar - to run/absconding Hindi  - English Feraari, pronounced same

preeth Sanskrit joy, love -  English pretty

Patha ,Sanskrit meaning path - path English


More examples of these linguistic parallels:


http://www.hitxp.com/articles/culture/sanskrit-greek-english-latin-roman-words-derived-pie-proto-indo-european-language/


A neat point about Sanskrit: Every letter in the alphabet was pronounced exactly as it was written. In other languages, a given letter can have multiple pronunciations. This may be one of the reasons Sanskrit was considered to be a scientific language....due to its preciseness.



"Vedic Sanskrit is an old Indo Aryan language. It is
an archaic form of Sanskrit, an early descendant of
proto-Indo-Iranian. It is closely related to Avestan
(old Persian), the oldest attested language of the
Indo-Iranian branch of the IndEuropean family."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vedic_Sanskrit

Search Avestan (Old Persian) and Persian Empire.


To LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FULL HISTORY OF
AVESTAN, PERSIAN, AND SANSKRIT AND THEIR TIES


See Facebook Post : India's history and parallels to west

and this one : Persian - Sanskrit


Navgati (navigation) is Sanskrit origin- Indus Valley was a trade center at the same time of Egypt- a seafaring people thrived there and traded with continents near and far. If *Maya* is Sanskrit in origin, can you guess from where the term Mayan arose? Astronomy was a studied science in the time of Vedas and Gita and the Bhagavad Gita is dated to 3,000BC per astronomical observations/calculations noted and proved in the actual texts of it.

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