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Neeta Raina
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ONONDAGA DIALECT OF NATIVE AMERICAN - UNCANNY LINKS WITH SANSKRIT
There are some remarkable and uncanny connections between some Native American languages and Sanskrit. This post is mainly about the Onondogon language. In 1909, a lady by the name of Mrs. Helen Troy, was initiated into the Onondaga Native American tribe. M...
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SCANDINAVIAN RIVER & LAKE NAMES - THE SANSKRIT DECODE
Ladoga is a freshwater lake located in northwestern Russia just outside the outskirts of Saint Petersburg. It is the largest lake in Europe and is fed by a river named Ladoga (also known as Volkhov) from which the lake gets its name. The only river that flo...
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THE CITY OF LIMA, PERU - THE SRI RAMA, SANSKRIT & TAMIL CONNECT
The city of Lima is the capital and the largest city of Peru. It is located in the valleys of the Chillon, Rimac and Lurin rivers, in the central coastal part of the country, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. According to early Spanish chronicles the Lima area...
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A NOTE ON A RIVER AND TOWN CALLED CALAMATA (KALAMATA) IN GREECE
In his book Oriental Fragments, author Edward Moore put forth his view that a certain 'race of words' found in ancient place names around the world have their origin in Sanskrit. He states on page 241 of the book, "I shall proceed to show that India, or som...
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KARNAK IN EGYPT- THE SANSKRIT CONNECT TO ITS NAME
Sun Temples around the world have similar names - for example: the 'Konark' temple of India and the 'Karnak' Temple of Egypt. In Sanskrit 'Konark' is a combination word, 'kona' ( कोण ) meaning 'angle', 'karna' ( कर्ण ) meaning 'diagonal' and 'ark' ( अर्क ) ...
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THE SANSKRITIC NAME VARNA -IN ANCIENT BULGARIA
Varna is the third largest city in Bulgaria and the largest city and seaside resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. It is situated strategically in the Gulf of Varna, and was historically known as Odessos. Varna Culture is known for the oldest gold jewel...
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MEXICO - THE SANSKRIT-INDIA CONNECT
A reconstruction of the ruined Temple of Tenochitilan has features of vaastu-shastra of South Indian Temples Mexico, today officially known as the United Mexican States, was home to many advanced Mesoamerican civilizations in the pre-Colombian era before it...
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NATIVE AMERICANS AND NAGAS OF INDIA - BEAUTIFUL SIMILARITY!!
In his paper Early America and Hindu Culture  author Charles J. Ryan states, "Most Western writers have ignored the possibility of pre-Columbian travel between India and America by civilized expeditions by either the western or the eastern sea route or by b...
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PENSACOLA, APALACHICOLA AND WAKULLA- THE 'KULAs' OF FLORIDA
Native American hunter-gatherers first arrived in the Appalachian region over 12,000 years ago in multiple migrations across the Bering Strait from Asia. In 1789 Thomas Jefferson wrote,"I endeavor to collect all the vocabularies I can, of American Indians, ...
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THE UNEXPLAINED MYSTERY OF THE OREGON SRI YANTRA CROP CIRCLE
On August 10, 1990, Bill Miller, a pilot in the Idaho Air National Guard, noticed a huge etching on a dried-up lake-bed while flying over it, in Oregon in the United States. The massive formation was a quarter of a mile in width and was etched 3 inches deep...
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