Breizh- Bahraich – Baijnath/ Midland-Awadh

It is translated and updated article origanly published in local news paper Divya bhaskar on 28/07/2011.
Link to original article.

breizh /midland -Great Britain

Do breizh and Bahraich synonymus word?

We have looked at facts which suggest that London stands for Lau-nandan, Hasting stands for Hastinapur, river Thames stands for river Tamas. Now let us look at the facts for what The word Britain stands for. In fact Brittany was former province of NW France. It was also spelled Bretagne, Breton or Breizh. Brittany has also been referred to as Less, Lesser or Little Britain (as opposed to Great Britain). It is characterized as one of the six Celtic nations. Breizh is root word for all these vocabulary. Breizh does not remeind you of Bahraich ( The original Awadh)? The dialect map of midland says us that Breizh dialect was spoken in midland area of Great Britain.Aisa bhi hota hai?
If you look at ancient tribe Map of Britain than you will find Gangani ,Cocani , Regani ,Causi (Koshi river) etc. tirbes.They are clue to history of migration.
Now let us look at similarity between Midland of Graet Britain and Awadh , where Ramvanshis ruled for centuries. These similarity can lead us towards history of great migration in ancient time that no history narrates. Midland (Madhya pradesh) of Great Britain is the traditional name for the area comprising central England. Birmingham is the biggest city of Midland and Breizh dialect was spoken there.
Bahraich in Awadh

Bahraich in Awadh and Breizh are synonym term?

Bahraich/ Breizh
yes, If we look at the map of Awadh then river Saryu and tedhi river flow there. Veda and Ramayan mentions both these rivers. Bahraich is in historic Awadh. It borders Nepal districts Bardiyan
to the northwest and Banke to the northeast. The rest of Bahraich is surrounded by other districts in Uttar Pradesh: Lakhimpur and Sitapur on the west, Hardoi to the southwest, Gonda to the southeast, and Shravasti to the east.The district of Bahraich was part of the Great Nanpara Estate made up of lands belonging to the Raja of Nanpara. Bahraich town is the district headquarters. Bahraich District is a part of Devipatnam DIvision.
Briezh is root word of Breton from which word Britain evolved.

River Saryu –River Soar
The Sarayu or Sarju forms at the confluence of the Karnali (or Ghaghara) and Mahakali (or Sharda) in Bahraich District.. The Mahakali or Sharda forms the Indian-Nepalese border.

Ram immersed in Saryu river
According to Ramayana the Sarayu flowed beside the ancient city of Ayodhya.According to the great Sanskrit epic Ramayana, Ram, the seventh Avatar of Vishnu immersed himself into Saryu to return to his eternal, real Mahavishnu form, when he retired from the throne of Kosala. His brothers Bharat and Shatraughan also join him, as do many devoted followers. The Sarayu is also the river upon whose banks King Ram was born.

rivers of midland

River Soar/ trent flow in Midland

Now let us look at river Soar of Midland. The River Soar is a tributary of the River Trent. According to legend, the body of King Richard (3rd ) was thrown into the Soar after his death. The bridge carrying the A47 across the Soar at Leicester is known as ‘King Richard’s Bridge’.
Ram and Richard
A Hindu Brahmin borned at Indore p.n.oak fough world war second. During war time he felt presence of Ramvanshis there in Europe.wikipedia gives full detail of his life and deeds. Now let us look at what P.N.Oak sys in his book “ some missing chapters of world history” ? He mentions that….

“Why would contries l ike France and Germany sing in the praises of English king Richard when their own princes fought for crusades? The fact that the german legends too speak of lion heart, french literature too sings the glory of lionhear ( coeur da Leon) and English literature too recalls the exploites of Richard the lion hearted indicates that they all remember and rever the memory of Ramchandra Alias Rama , the pre- christian universal legendry men . The Euoropean name Richard is corruption of Rama’s full name Ramchandra .”( page 258)
“Every nation of Europe has a legend of Richard the Lion-hearted .In its andent literature that legend Is not of the British Richard but of the Vedic incarnation Rama of Ramayan fame. He also wadge a crusade against Raven. Why would other nations of Europe go rapturous over the British king Richard when their rulers too had participated In the Crusades ? But the fact that all nations of Europe pay reverential homage to a legendary Richard the Lion-heart prove that he was Ramachandra, the Lion-heart.” (page 761).Aisa bhi hota hai?
Available book link For Oak’s books
River Tedhy/River Trent


River Saryu, Suav ,Kuano flows in Awadh

The pronunciation of river Trent and is similar to river Tedhy of Awadh.If you look at the river map of Awadh then River Tedhy flow there. While the River Trent is one of the major rivers of England. The name “Trent” comes from a Celtic word possibly meaning “strongly flooding”. More specifically, the name may be a contraction of two Celtic words, tros (“over”) and hynt (“way”).
River Cole and Stour flow in Midland while river Suav and Kuono flow in Awadh(Look at river map).

The Stour is a river flowing through the westmidland of England.. The Stour is a major tributary of the River Severn (Sharda?), and it is about 25 miles (40 km) in length. It has played a considerable part in the economic history of the region.

Now let us look at county names of Midland and provinces of Awadh and its surrounding area.

Map of Midland

Map of Midland

Gwynedd/ Gonda
Gwynedd was emerged in 5th-century , and later evolved into a principality . It was based on the former Brtthonic tribal lands of the Ordovices, Gangani, and the Deceangli ( Gangani : east gangani dynasty? and Dakhani – south gangani dynasty?)which were collectively known as Venedotia in late Romano -British documents. (pl read more about Gwynedd and Gangani / Deceangli tribe more on wikipedia. Gangani tribe is clue to great migration)
By the way Dekhni is a popular goan(Goa) folk dance cum song culture of Konkani language, Dekhni .
Look at Dekhni Dance. I am providing you link here.
Link for Dekhani
Now do you understand the meaning of deccan ? Aisa bhi hota hai?

Alternatively, the name Gwynedd may derive from Brythonic Ueneda, which may be kin to Goidelic (ancestor of Irish) Fenia (which gives fiana, “war-band” in Old Irish – e.g. Finn and his warriors). Thus the possible meaning may be “Land of the Hosts” or “Land of the Warrior Bands. While Gwent was, between about the 6th and 11th centuries, one of the kingdoms or principalities of medieval wales.

(Note – I also remind of you east Ganga and south Gangani dynasty of ancient India. I also want that you remember word Finn. Because this tribe has connection with Finland. For Further information pl read Photo galleary section of same site. I have discussed Uralic peole of Finland there. Orissa was once called Ural. I tried to find connetion between Orissa and Uralic people of Finland there. The above discripton proves my assumption)
Now let look at Gonda beside Bahraich. Gonda is a city in Gonda district in Utter pradesh.. Gonda is divided into four Tehshil named Gonda, Kololelganj, Tarabganj and Mankapur.
(KololGang- from where Kaling emerged in Orissa ? – )
The territory covered by the present district of Gonda formed part of the ancient kingdom of Kosala. Rama, the celebrated sovereign of the Solar line of kings, once ruled over the kingdom of Kosala. The Putrayeshti yajna that was performed by the King Dashrath, for the birth of Lord Rama and his three brothers was performed in this region. According oral traditions in the region, the goshala (cow-stables) of King Dasharatha were based here. (Gangani tribe of Gwent mentioned in wikipedia gives clue to great migration. Means first Ramvanshis reached there and then Gangani tribe too followed them.)Aisa bhi hota hai?got Immense

Sitapur has a long history.. According to the Hindu Mythology, purans were written by Rishi Ved Vyas (Vyas Gaddi) on the ancient location called Naimisharanya was in Sitapur area. There is no official description for its name but as the tradational
sayings Sitapur is reffered as Lord Ram’s wife Sita.
And If we look at Sussex County Then the county’s motto is , “We wunt be druv”, reflects the strong-willed nature of its people in past centuries.
Chichester is in this county . It is a cathedral city in west sussex, The City of Chichester is located on the River Lavant. .

Shravasti/ Shropshire

Shravasti District is a part of Devipatnam Division. Shravasti is part of historic Awadh -was carved out from Gonda district on the south and Baharaich on the west. Now If we look at Shropshire

Shropshire is a county in the west midland. The county is centred around six main towns starting with the county town of Shrewsbury, which is culturally and historically important.
After the Roman occupation of Britain ended in the 5th century, the Shropshire area was in the eastern part of the Welsh Kingdom of Powys; known in Welsh poetry as the Paradise of Powys. the Shropshire area was in the eastern part of the Welsh Kingdom of Powsy ; known in Welsh poetry as the Paradise of Powys.

Powys / Pehowasy?

I want to remind you that Pehowa is a city in Kurukshetra district in Haryana. This site was called ‘Prithudaka’ in the epics of Mahabharat named after the King Prithu who prayed for the salvation of his fathers soul here. This site is where the tradition of Shraddha to fathers is offered. It is located 27 km west of Thanesar. Pehowa Near to Shalihotra tirth,Sarsa. This tirath is located 26 kilometres from Kurukshetra in Pehowa town. Sarsa Village HolyTrith since the time of Mahabharata,So people should visit this great place once in a life Every person all over the world. Chinese scholar Hiuen Tsang (c. 640 AD) records the existence of the town Pehowa, named after Prithu, “who is said to be the first person that obtained the title Raja (king)”. Another place associated with Prithu is Prithudaka (lit. “Prithu’s pool”), a town on banks of Saraswati river, where Prithu is believed to have performed the Shradha of his father. The town is referred as the boundary between Northern and central India and referred to by Patanjali as the modern Pehowa.
Gaushala or Gloucester ?

The territory covered by the present district of Gonda formed part of the ancient kingdom of Kosal. Rama, the celebrated sovereign of the Solar line of kings, once ruled over the kingdom of Kosala. The Putrayeshti yajna that was performed by the King Dasharatha for the birth of Lord Rama and his three brothers was performed in this region. According oral traditions in the region, the goshala (cow-stables) of King Dasharatha were based here, and the region derived its name from that. According to the history of Gonda District, the region is historically and geographically linked with Bahraich from times immemorial. here are many religious places in the district and the district headquarters is itself very close (51 km) to holy city Ayodhya, the birth place of Lord Rama. Gonda is birth place of the great poet Tulsi Das who wrote epic Ramcharitmans, depicting life and virtues of Lord Rama at Paska (Sukar Khet).

Gloucester Gloster) is a city, district and county town of Gloucestreshire in the south west region of Endland. Gloucester lies close to the Welsh border, and on the River Severn, approximately 32 miles (51 km) north-east of Bristol, and 45 miles (72 km) south-southwest of Birmingham.
The existence of a British settlement at Gloucester (Caer Glow, Gleawecastre, Gleucestre) is not confirmed by any direct evidence, but Gloucester was the Roman municipality of Colonia Nervia Glevensium, or Glevum, founded in the reign of Nerva. Parts of the walls can be traced, and many remains and coins have been found, though inscriptions are scarce. Evidence for some civic life after the end of Roman Britain includes the mention in the Historia Britonum that Vortiger,s’s grandfather ruled Gloucester.
The first Earl of Gloucester, Earl Godwine, was succeeded nearly a century later by Robert of Gloucester. King Henry II granted the first charter in 1155, which gave the burgesses the same liberties as the citizens of London and winchester, and a second charter of Henry II gave them freedom of passage on the River Severn. Means River Severne of Midland stands for river Sharda of Awdh?

Devipatan/ Devon
Devipatan division is an administrative geographical unit of UP(India).. The division consists of Districtr of Gonda, Bahraich ,Shravasti , Balrampur. Now let us look at Devon county of England. In welsh language it pronounced as ” Dyfnaint”.
Yes Devon is a county in southwestern England.. The county is sometimes referred to as Devonshire, although the term is rarely used inside the county itself as the county has never been officially “shired”, it often indicates a traditional or historical context.
The name Devon derives from the name of the Celtic people who inhabited the southwestern peninsula of Britain at the time of the Roman invasion c. AD 50, known as the Dumnonii, thought to mean “deep valley dwellers”. In the Brythonic celtic language , Devon is known as Dyfnaint (Welsh), Devnent ( Breton) and Dewnens ( Cornish). Welsh pronunciation Dyfnaint is not synonym of Devipatnam?
Yes ,you start net search For Awadh in Midland . Without anybody’s help one can find Awadh in Midland. Aisa bhi hota hai?
At the end of the resarch

– Katyuri clan ruled devbhumi….there are celtic tribes in Europe.

– Uttarakhand is called Devbhumi ….On the bank of river Danube (Dunagiri devi of Devbhumi) Deutschland created.

– Garhwal is ancient province of Devbhumi……In Europe Gaul is created. Pauri still administrative centre of Garhwal.. Paris was administrative centre of Gaul .

– Baijnath valley there in Kumaon area of Devbhumi……. Breizh named in Europe.

– Katyuri kings ruled from Katyuri valley….The valley’s name was Kartikeypur valley……….. The second name of Kartikey is Skand.In south India same deity is caled Murugan or subrahmanyam………. In north europe Scandanavia created. The so called “Dutch (Devashch)?East India company” came with logo of Shiv and parvati…we never looked at company Logo.

Means entire Europe is replica of DEvbhumi.

If we believe learned historian Badri Datt Pandey ( History of Kumaon) then Katyuri royal clan came from Ayodhya.. The Burgujar clan was direct descendent of Lau nandan,the elder son of shri Ram.

There is beutiful city named Lau nandon (London) on bank of river Tamas (Thames). According to Ramayana Lau – kush borned on bank of river Tamas in Bharatvarsha.

Link that explains Skand and Scandanavia

Link to Baijnath valley of kumaon

Hiastory of Uttaranchal (Devbhumi)

More facts about Uttarakhan

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