Kedar / Kuninda /Katyuri / Conan the Barbarian connected
We have ancient Devbhumi. Mythologies says that Devas (Gods) were residing in Devbhumi. Now look at the migration story from Devbhumi to Deutschland . In other sense it was process of spreading the wings of Deva’s vahan (Vehicle) Eagle (Garud). The following facts will say you how Deva’s culture spread towards far western land.In fact we are not conscious of the process of spreading of Deva culture in the world. In other words we can say that we are not conscious about our Borders and its History. We are loosing our borders gradually due to this uncosciousness. Devas enlarging our borders and we are loosing it due to our follies. Now look how Deva’s culure spread in far west.
Link to Devbhumi or Uttarakhand
Yes the people migrated from Devbhumi to the bank of River Danube and named it “ Deutsch land”. Migration continued in phasewise manner for centuries. In ancient time Germany was called Deutsh Land . And Clue is “Dunagiri Devi” of Kumaon. Dunagiri DEvi remembered in form of river Denube.
Dunagiri Devi / Danube
Dunagiri is important in political history of Kumaon region. The kings of Katyuri dynasty were worshippers of Dunagiri Devi. The style of sculptures and paintings found at various temples at Dwarahat are also present at Dunagiri temple. Contemporary folk-culture of Kumaon also verifies that kings of Katyuri dynasty constructed temples at Dwarahat and Dunagiri. The famous folktale of Kumaon known as Malushahi describes the time when Rajula Malushahi’s wedding procession reached from Bageshwar to Dwarahat, they first offered a chattar to Mother Dunagiri.
According to Pt. Ramdutta Tripathi in 1318 CE Katyuri dynasty’s king Raja Sudhar Dev established a figure of Devi at Dunagiri. At Dunagiri temple one can see a stone inscription dating to 1181 CE.
Link to Dunagiri
Second Link to Danu
Link for more facts that connects Dunadevi with Pandava
The Danube (English pronunciation: Dan -Yoob) is a river in Centra urope, the continect’s second longest after the Volga.
Classified as an international waterway, it originates in the town of Donaueshingen in the Black Forest of Germany at the Condfluence of the rivers Brigach and Breg. The Danube then flows southeast for 2,872 km (1,785 mi), passing through four Central European capitals before emptying into the Black sea via the Daube Delta in Romania and Ukraine
The Danube was known in Latin as Danubius, Danuvius, Ister, in Ancient Geek as Istros . The Dacian /Thracian name was Donaris / Donaris (upper Danube) and Istros (lower Danube). Its Thraco- Rhrygian name was Matoas, “the bringer of luck”.
The name D?nuvius is presumably a loan from Celtic (Gaulish), or possibly Iranic. It is one of a number of river names derived from a Proto indo –European language word *d?nu, apparently a term for “river”, but possibly also of a primeval cosmic river, and of a Vedic river goddess (see Danu (Asura), perhaps from a root *d? “to flow/swift, rapid, violent, undisciplined.” Other river names with the same etymology include Don, Dnets, Dniper and Dniepr. Dniepr,(pre-Slavic Danapir by Gothic historian Jordanes) and Dniestr, from Danapris and Danastius, are presumed from Scythian Iranic *D?nu apara “posterior river” and *D?nu nazdya- “anterior river”, respectively
Link to Danube
Deutsch / diota / Devata land
The English word Germany derives from the Latin Germania, which came into use after Julius Caesar adopted it for the peoples east of the Rhine. The German term Deutschland (originally diutisciu land, “the German lands”) is derived from Deutsch, descended from Old High German diutisc “popular” (i. e., belonging to the diot or diota “people”; originally used to distinguish the language of the common people from Latin and its Romance descendants).
Link to Deutsch land
Now Look the Following link. The link says us what Germany is being called in different language and countries. Link says that The Germanyis called An Ghearmáin (Irish)/ Yr Almaen (Wales) / Deutschland (German)/ Alamagn (Breton).
Link to names of Germany
Link for “An Ghearmáin” ….
“An Ghearmáin” / “Abi Gamin”
Surprisingly we have “Abi Gamin” mountin peak in our Devbhumi.
Abi Gamin (also known as Ibi Gamin) is a HImalyan mountain peak situated in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand state in India, 2 km (1.2 mi) northeast of Kamet. It lies on the northern border of Chamoli district, where India meets Tibet
Abi Gamin is located in the central Himalayas and at the culminating point of the Zaskar Range. It is situated on the watershed of the upper Alaknanda and Dhauli rivers between the famous Manna and Niti passes on the Indo-Tibetan border.
Abi Gamin is the second highest peak in the immediate region, after Kamet. It is also one of the fifteen seven thousand metre peaks of Uttarakhand, and as such it is a significant peak. However it is not particularly independent, lying as it does close to the higher peak of Kamet, and separated from it by the high saddle known as Meade’s Col, 7,138 m (23,419 ft).
Abi Gamin was surveyed (along with the rest of the group) by Richard Strachey in 1848; this was the first time that the great heights of these peaks was recognized. In 1855, the Schlagintweit brothers named this range as Western, Central and Eastern Abi Gamin. These correspond to Mukut Parbat, Kamet and Abi Gamin.
Link to Abi Gamin
Yes Deutsch land gradually expanded.. and they started naming differet provinces and countires connecting ancient peaks of Himalaya. Yes there is Abi Gamin mountain in Debvbhumi and They named Germany.
Now look, how Devbhumi spread in Europe form of Deutschland. Yes Devbhumi gradually spread in far west. I consider it process of spreading of Devashch culture in far west. Look at gradual process of spreading Devbhumi in Deutschland.
Jaunsari -Bawar tribes of Devbhumii
Jaunsari is distinct culture of Devbhumi. Jaunsari Bawar believes that they belong to Pandava (Jaunsari) and Bawar (Kaurava). They are original Aryans. Mahasu is their Devata (God).Jaunsari is largest tribal group of Uttarakhand (39 percent). Yes Germanic tribes reached at bank of Danube before 2500 years belong to Jaunsari tribes of Devbhumi. The clue is Bavaria developed along with Garmany. Bawar tribes developed Bavaria…Bohamia.
Link to Jaunsari -Bawar tribe
Link to Jaunsari
More facts to Jaunsari culture.
Link for more facts on Jaunsari and Bawar tribes.
Yes Germany people developed Pannoni province there. It has its saperate history. And Thier God is Masiha.
Link to Harul Dance of Jaunsari tribe
Link to Bavaria region
Jaunsar -bawar tribes worship Mahasu Devta. surpricingly there is Mahasu belt in Himachal too.
Link to Mahasu devta
Dungyara Valley / Dungyara river
Suprising there is Dungyara Valley and Dungyara River in Jaunsar -Bawar belt. The following site will say you facts
Link to Dungyara valley
Balakun / Balkans
Balakun Mountain in Devbhumi..
Balakun is the Himalyan peak situated in the Chamoli District of Uttarakhand state of India.The Balakun peak has the summit at an altitude of 6,471 m (21,230 ft) in the Garhwal Himalayas. Balakun Peak is located at the distance of 16 km from Badrinath. Balakun is situated north west to Badrinath. Balakun is situated between Bhagirathi Kharak glacier and Satopanth glacier.The peak is situated north east of Nilkanth peak. The Alaknanda river originates from below this peak by the melting of these two glaciers at an altitude of 3,641 m (11,946 ft). The two glaciers rise from the eastern slopes of Chaukhamba (7140 m) peak and wrapped around the Balakun peak.Balakun is situated north to the Kunaling (5471 m).Balakun is situated south to the Arwa Grioup of Himalyan peaks.The peak was first ascent in 1973 by six-man team of ITBP led by Hukum Singh.
Link to Balakun peak
Balkans /Balkan Mountains
The Balkans, often referred to as the Balkan Peninsula, although the two are not coterminous, is a geopolitical and cultural region of southeastern Europe.
The Balkans are highly mountainous; Mount Musala (2,925 metres (9,596 ft)) in the Rila Mountain in Bulgaria is the highest. Many linguistic families meet in the region, including the Slavic, Romance, Hellenic, Albanian, and Turkic language families, while the main religions are Orthodox Christians ,Roman Catholic and sunni Islam.
The region takes its name from the Balkan Mountains in Bulgaria and Serbia. The term “Balkan” itself comes from Turkish “Balkan”, meaning “chain of wooded mountains”. In Antigity (and until the Ottoman conquest), the region was referred to in Greek and Roman sources as the “Peninsula of Haemus”. This name also derives from the Balkan Mountains, then known ” Haemus Mountains” (Himalyan Mountains?), the name itself being of possibly Thracian etymology..
In the languages of the region, the peninsula is known as: Albanian: Gadishulli Ballkanik and Siujdhesa e Ballkanit; Bosnia ,Croatian and Serbia: Balkansko poluostrvo and Balkanski poluotok; Bulgarian and Macedonian:Italian: Penisola balcanica; Romanian: Peninsula Balcanic?;Slovene: Balkanski polotok.
Link to Balkans
Yogeshwar / Yugoslav
Altitude: 6,678 Mts. Situated northeast of Sudarshan Parvat lies Yogeshwar. It takes its name from Lord Krishna, in a serene mood and thus can be aptly applied to this high snowy peak.
Link to Yogeshwar Peak
The first time the name “Balkan” was used in the West for the mountain range in Bulgaria was in a letter by Buonaccorsi Callimarco, an Italian humanist, writer and diplomat in 1490. An English traveler, John Morritt, introduced this term into the English literature at the end of the 18th century, and other authors started applying the name to the wider area between the Adriatic and the Black Sea. The concept of the “Balkan peninsula” was created by the German geographer August Zeune in 1808 . As time passed, the term gradually obtained political connotations far from its initial geographic meaning, arising from political changes from the late 1800s to the creation of post-World War I Yugoslavia (initially the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes). Zeune’s goal was to have a geographical parallel term to the Italic and Iberian Peninsula, and seemingly nothing more. The gradually acquired political connotations are newer, and, to a large extent, due to oscillating political circumstances. After the split of Yugoslavia beginning in June 1991, the term ‘Balkans’ again received a negative meaning, even in casual usage. Over the last decade, in the wake of the former Yugoslav split, Croatians and especially Slovenians have rejected their former label as ‘Balkan nations’. This is in part due to the pejorative connotation of the term ‘Balkans’ in the 1990s, and continuation of this meaning until now. Today, the term ‘Southeast Europe’ is preferred or, in the case of Slovenia and sometimes Croatia, ‘Central Europe’.
Link to Yugoslavia
Sivalik / Schwiizer / Schwiiz,
The Sivalik hills is a mountain range of the outer imlayas also known as Manak Parbat in ancient times. Shivalik literally means ‘tresses of Shiva. This range is about 2,400 km (1,500 mi) long enclosing an area that starts almost from the Indus and ends close to the Bramaputra, with a gap of about 90 kilometres (56 mi) between the Teesta and Raidak rivers in Assam. The width of the Shivalik hills varies from 10 to 50 km (6.2 to 31 mi), their average elevation is 1,500 to 2,000 m (4,900 to 6,600 ft).
Other spelling variations used include Shivalik and Siwalik, originating from the Hindi and Nepali word ‘shiw?lik parvat’. Other names include Churia hillsNepali : , Chure hills and Margalla hills.
Link to Sivalik Parvat
Switzerland / Schwiiz
The English name Switzerland is a compound containing Switzer, an obsolete term for the Swiss, which was in use during the 16th to 19th centuries. The English adjective Swiss is a loan from French Suisse, also in use since the 16th century. The name Switzer is from the Alemannic Schwiizer, in origin an inhabitant of Schwyz and its associated territory, one of the Waldstätten cantons which formed the nucleus of the Old Swiss Confederacy. The toponym itself is first attested in 972, as Old High German Suittes, ultimately perhaps related to suedan “to burn”, referring to the area of forest that was burned and cleared to build.The name was extended to the area dominated by the canton, and after the Swabian War of 1499 gradually came to be used for the entire Confederation.
The swiss German name of the country, Schwiiz, is homophonous to that of the canton and the settlement, but distinguished by the use of the definite article (d’Schwiiz for the Confederation, but simply Schwiiz for the canton and the town)
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Zanskar / Zangskar” / Czechoslovakia
Zanskar is a subdistrict or tehsil of the Kargil district, which lies in the eastern half of the Indian state of Jamm and Kashmir. The administrative centre is Padum. Zanskar, together with the neighbouring region of Ladakh, was briefly a part of the kingdom of Guge in Western Tibet.
The Zanskar Range is a Moutain Range in the Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir that separates Zanskar from Ladakh. Geologically, the Zanskar Range is part of the Tethy Himalaya, an approximately 100-km-wide synclinorium formed by strongly folded and imbricated, weakly metamorphosed sedimentary series. The average height of the Zanskar Range is about 6,000 m (19,700 ft). Its eastern part is known as Rupshu.
Zanskar appears as “Zangskar” mostly in academic studies in social sciences (anthropology ,Gender studies), reflecting the Ladakhi pronunciation, although the Zanskari pronunciation is Zãhar. Older geographical accounts and maps may use the alternate spelling “Zaskar”. An etymological study (Snellgrove and Skorupsky, 1980) of the name reveals that its origin might refer to the natural occurrence of Copper in this region, the Tibetan word for which is “Zangs”. The second syllable however seems to be more challenging as it has various meanings: “Zangs-dkar” (white copper), “Zangs-mkhar” (copper palace), or “Zangs-skar” (copper star). Others claim it derives from zan = copper + skar = valley Crook (1994) partly shares this interpretation but suggests that the origin of this name might also be “Zan-mKhar” (food palace), because the staple food crops are so abundant in an otherwise rather arid region. The locally accepted spelling of the name in Tibetan script is zangs-dkar.
Some of the religious scholars of the district, also cited by Snellgrove and Skorupsky (1980) and Crook (1994), hold that it was originally “bzang-dkar”, meaning good (or beautiful) and white. “Good” would refer to the triangular shape of the Padum plain, the triangle being the symbol of Dharma and religion; “white” would refer to the simplicity, goodness, and religious inclinations of the Zanskaris. Thus, even if etymologically it would be more correct to use “Zangskar”, the most frequently found spelling for this region is undoubtedly “Zanskar”.
Link to Zanskar Mountain
The Czechs were a Slavic tribe (separated from main body around modern Ukraine)that moved into the area of modern Czech Republic during the 6th century, filling the void as Germanic peoples were migrated west. Affiliated with the Slovaks, another Slavic tribe who would follow the Czechs, settling just east of them in modern Slovakia.
Slavic = tribes from Shivalic?
Means Czechd were Slavic tribe. Nation named behind that tribe name. Means Root of word “Slavic” is in Shivalic? The tribes migrated from Shivalic?
Link to Czechoslovakia
Romania / Roomani festival of Jaunsar -Bawar tribes
Following Links will lead you towards Romania.
Jaunsar -Bawar tribe holds tradtion to celebrate “Roomani festival” after Harvesting season. This Roomani festival is clue to Jaunsar -Bawar tribes reached at bank of Danube.
Link to Roomani festival.
History ever talk of Romani people (Gypsy) of Romania. European history also says that Romani Gypsy people migrated from India to Europe. That mystery also come to close here. The following link will say the story of Dom Banjara of Uttarakhand.
First Read about Romani (Gypsy) tribes of Romania.
Link to Romani Gypsy
Now Know about Dom Banjara of Uttarakhand. The following site say that alongwith Kshatriya and Brahmins Koli , KOlam and Dom Banjara also reside in Uttarakhand. They Dom Banjaras are clue to Gypsy of Romania. They also there alongwith Jaunsar -Bawar tribes of Uttarakhand.
Link to tribes of Uttarakhand
Link to Banjara people
Dom tribe of Uttarakhand
Link to Romania talk about Dacians tribes. Read the Link carefully.It also talk baout Cuman tribe.
Link to Romania
Link to Cuman tribe
The Cuman tribe unfold the ancient History. The tribe says migration story from Kumaon of Uttarakhand.
Bhabhar Belt / Brabant / Belgium
Bhabhar is the region south of the Lower Himalayas and the Siwalik Hills It is the alluvial apron of sediments washed down from the Siwaliks along the northern edge of the Indo-Gangetic Plain.
The name Bhabhar is derived from a local tall growing grass, Eulaliopsis binata used for manufacture of paper, and rope.
Bhabhar is the gently-sloping coarse alluvial zone below the Siwalik Hills (outermost foothills of Himalaya) where streams disappear into permeable sediments. The underground water level is deep in this region, then rises to the surface in the Terai below where coarse alluvium gives way to less permeable silt and clay.
Being at the junction of Himalayas and the Indo-Gangetic Plain, Bhabhar contains almost all the important trade and commerce hubs of Uttarakhand state. Due to the top-soil replenishment every monsoon, is also a fertile area with large yields per unit area.
Link to Bhabhar Belt
Brissels ,a capital of old Brabant, now of Belgium, of Germanic origin, from brocca “marsh” sali “room, building,” from L. cella It arose 6c. as a fortress on an island in a river. As a type of carpet, from 1799; as a type of lace, from 1748. Brussels sprouts (Brassica oleracea gemmifera) attested from 1748 (first written description is from 1580s).
Link to Brussels
Link to Belgium country
The Parisi / “Porüys” /Paris / Pauri Garhwal
The Parisi were a tribe located somewhere within the present day East Riding of Yorkshire, UK, known from a brief reference by Ptolemy in his Geographica.
They are known from a description in Ptolemy’s Geographica which states them to be located near Opportunum Sinus (“Good harbour”, thought to be Bridington bay, though not certain, also identified as HOlderness or Spurn head by early authors.
The Parisi are also mentioned in the forgery De Ditu Britanniae originally credited to to Richard of Cirenceter (14th C. AD): the Parisi’s towns supposedly included Petuaria and a place Portus Felix, the locations of which were uncertain, and subject to speculation.
The tribe are inferred to have been surrounded by the Brigantes, and with the Coritani south of them across the humber . Ptolemy mentions the Parisi in association with Petvaria, a town thought to be located close to Brough , East Riding of Yorkshire.
The origin of the name is uncertain or unknown, in addition to a possible origin as a variant of ‘frisian’, modern and 19th C. authors have speculated origins from “Par Isis” (of the wetlands), and similar “Paür Isa” (low pasture) as well as “Porüys” (herdsmen). John T. Koch in the encyclopedia Celtic Culture (2006) states an celtic linguistic origin, meaning “the commanders”, similar to the Welsh language peri (to command)
Link to Parissi tribe
The Land of Pauri Garhwal is blessed with splendid view of snow-bound peaks of Himalayas, scenic valleys & surround ings, meandering rivers, dense forests and hospitable people with a rich culture. Diverse in topography, the district of Pauri Garhwal varies from the foothills of the ‘Bhabar’ areas of Kotdwara to the soul-lifting meadows of Dhudatoli, sprawling at an altitude of 3,000 meters. Which remains snow-bound during the winter months. Filled with places of tourist interest, most locations in Pauri Garhwal offer a breathtaking view of the snow laden Himalayan Splendour.
Link to Pauri garhwal
Pauri is a city and a Municipality Board in Pauri Garhwal distrit in the Indian state of Uttaakhand.
Pauri Garhwal History link
And Finally I remind you that Pauravas were dwellers of Devbhumi. Pauri stand for Paurava.
Link to Paurava
The following site will remind you of Effil tower. Look at picture and Shape of Pauri Garh..
Effil tower is replica of Pauri Garwal ?
Link to Pauri Garh
Altitude: 1,814 Mts. Situated on the northern slopes of Kandoliya Hills, it provides a panoramic view of the snow-clad Himalayan Peaks of Bandar Punchh, Swarg-Rohini, Jonli, Gangotri Group, Jogin Group, Thalaiya-Sagar, Barte Kanta, Kedarnath, Kharcha Kund, Sumeru, Satopanth, Chaukhamba, Neelkanth, Gauri Parvat, Hathi Parvat, Dronagiri, Nandadevi and Trishul.
Meaning of Gerald (Kab Tak pukaru?/ HOw long do I Call?)
The Champagne /Champany / Champawat
The Champagne /Champany region of Gaul……
The Champagne region (Archaic English: Champany) is a historic province within the administrative province of Champagne in the northeast of France. The area is best known for the production of the sparkling white wine that Bears the region’s name. EU law and the laws of most countries reserve the term “Champagne” exclusively for wines that come from this region located about 100 miles (160 km) east of Paris. The Viticultural boundaries of Champagne are legally defined and split into five wine producing districts within the administrative province: Aube ,Cote Des Blancs, Cote De Sezzane, Montagne De Remis, and Vallee de la Marne. The towns of Reims and Epernay are the commercial centers of the area.
The Carolingian reign saw periods of prosperity for the Champagne region beginning with Charlemagne’s encouragement for the area to start planting vines and continuing with the coronation of his son Louis the Piuos at Reims. The tradition of crowning kings at Reims contributed to the reputation of the wines that came from this area. The Counts of Champagne ruled the area as an independent county from 950 to 1316. In 1314, the last Count of Champagne assumed the throne as King Louis X of France and the region became part of the Crown territories.
Link to Champagne of Gaul
Champawat of Kumaon
Champawat district is a district of Uttarakhand state in northern India. The town of Champwat is the administrative headquarters.As a district, Champawat is divided in to five Tehsils naming Barakot,Champawat ,Lohaghat ,Pati , Purnagiri.
Champawat District is part of the eastern Kumaon Division of Uttarakhand. It is bounded on the north by Pithorgarh District, on the east by Nepal, on the south by Udhamsingh Nagar District, on the west by Nainital District, and on the northwest by Almora District.
As of 2011 it is the second least populous district of Uttarakhand (out of 13), after Rudraprayag
Link to Champawat of Kumaon
“How many special people change?
How many lives are living strange?
Where were you while we were getting high?
Slowly walking down the hall
Faster than a cannonball
Where were you while we were getting high?
Someday you will find me
Caught beneath the landslide
In a champagne supernova in the sky
Someday you will find me
Caught beneath the landslide
In a champagne supernova.”
Link to Champagne Lyric
Now look how Kedar / Kuninda /Katyuri /Conan the barbarian connected in Britain……..
Brezhoneg / Baijnath
Breton (Brezhoneg) is a Celtic language spoken in Brittany (Breton: Breizh; French: Bretagne), France. Breton is a Brythonic aguage, descended from the Celtic British langage brought from Great Britain to Armoica by migrating Britons during the Early Middle Ages. Like the other Brythonic languages, Welsh and Cornish, it is classified as an Insular Celtic Language. Breton is most closely related to Cornish, as both are thought to have evolved from a Southwestern Brythonic proo language. Having declined from more than one million speakers around 1950 to about 200,000 nowadays, of which the majority is more than 60 years old, Breton is classified as “severely endangered” by the UNESCO ..
Link to Breton
Britain / Breizh / Baijnath
The following site is very very precious historical site . The site connects
Kedar / Kuninda /Conan the barbarian / Llydaw /Lau nandan.
Kedar / Kuninda /Conan the barbarian / Lau nandan connected.
The following site says….
“We can trace Geoffrey’s story of the settlement of Armorica – the Classical name for the area we now know of a Brittany in English or Breizh in its native tongue – by Conan Meriadoc back (as so often) to the Historia Brittonum. Whereas Geoffrey’s account (HRB v.14) is typically circumstantial and attributes the settlement to Conan, there is no trace of this tradition in the Historia Brittonum. However, the Breudwyt Maxen Wledig (‘The Dream of Maxen Wledig’) tells the story of Cynan ap Eudaf and his brother Gadeon who, as a gift of thanks from Maxen, were allowed to conquer any part of his empire. They chose a region, conquered it and cut out the tongues of the women who were destined to become the wives of their soldiers. This was to prevent the native speech of the region corrupting the British speech of the men who became known as the Brytanieid (‘Bretons’); the tale implies that the derivation of Llydaw, the name by which the region became known, was from the Welsh lled-taw (‘half-silent’). This is a folk etymology; the true origin of the name is discussed later.”
link to etymology of Britanny
Now read Link to Cannan of Israel (Cannan or Kuninda?)
Link to Judah or Yehuda? or Yaudheyas ?
Kuninda and Yaudheys of Himalaya
The Book named “Ancient Comunities of Himalya” says that there were refereneces of Kunindas in Mahbharata.Varahmihir place them somewhere in Himaylan region..The Kunindas alongwith Yaudheys probably constituted two great Republics which arose after fall of Kushanas. Both of Them are stated to be the Cause as well as result of the dawnfall of Kushanas.
Link to above Book
More facts about Yaudheys of Himalaya
Baijnath has remained the capital of Katyuri Kings, who ruled the area from 7th-11th century AD., then it was known as Kartikeyapura and lies in the centre of ‘Katyur’ valley; in 1901 it is was a small village with a population of 148.
There is a famous Baijnath Mandir (Lord Shiva) on the bank of the river which is said to have been built by the Kumaon Katyuri king in around 1150 A.D. and it was Capital of the Katyuri dynasty of kings who ruled Uttaranchal during 12th and 13th century, Baijnath was once known as Kartikyapura. One of the most important places to visit in Baijnath is the historically and religiously significant Baijnath Temple constructed in the twelfth century. The temple holds significance because, according to Hindu mythology, Lord Shiva and Parvati were married at the confluence of River Gomati and Garur Ganga. Dedicated to SivaVaidyanatha, the Lord of Physicians, the Baijnath temple is actually a temples’ complex built by the Katyuri kings with the idols of Shiva, Ganesh, Parvati, Chandika, Kuber, Surya and Brahma. Also the town of Baijnath draws its name from the temple. Situated on the left bank of the Gomti River at an elevation of 1126 mts, the temples are constructed in stone. The main temple that houses a beautiful idol of Parvati is chiseled in black stone. The temple is approached from the riverside by a flight of steps made of stones constructed by the orders of a Katyuri queen. On the way to the main temple, just below the house of the Mahanta, is the temple of Bamani. Legend goes that the temple was built by a Brahmin woman and dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Link to Baijnath
I remind you that Katyuri kings had roots in Kuninda rulers. King Kedar is root of all the dynasties like Kuninda and Katyuri of Devbhumi. Surprisingly Deutsch tribes who reached Danube bank.. named Vindobana. Our Vrindavan –Vraj Bhumi was named after Vrindadevi –Daughter of King Kedar in Satyuga. The same tribes reached Denube bank and named Vindobana. That Vrindavan / Vindobana and King Kedar of Satyuga , Kuninda and Katyuri kings are root s of Conan theBarbarian.
Vrindavan / Vindobana / Vrinda –Daughter of King Kedar
Kedarnath is named in honor of King Kedar who ruled in the Satya Yuga. He had a daughter named Vrinda who was a partial incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi. She performed austerities for 60000 years. In honour of her, the land is named Vrindavan. However, Kedarnath and its temple exist from the Mahabharata Era when the Pandavas are supposed to have pleased Lord Shiva by doing penance there.
Link to Kedarnath
Vindobana (Present Vienna)
Vindobona (Celtic/Gaulish windo- “fair/white/blessed”, bona “base/bottom”, presumably so-named from its geological/topological position was originally a Celtic settlement, and later a Roman military camp on the site of the modern city of Vienna in Ausralia. Around 15 BC, the kingdom of Noricum was included in the Roman Empire. Henceforth, the Danube marked the border of the empire, and the Romans built fortifications and settlements on the banks of the Danube, including Vindobona.
Lnk to Vindobana
Burhaditya / Britain
The Katarmal Sun Temple is a monument of historical importance and also is an example of intricate sculpturing.
The main deity of the Sun temple in Katarmal is called Burhadita or Vraddhaditya (the old Sun God). The idols of Shiva-Parvati and Lakshmi-Narayana are also found in this temple.
Katarmal Sun Temple complex has one main temple, surrounded by 45 smaller shrines exquisitely carved temples surrounding it.
Link to Katarmal sun temple
Arwa / Iweru / Ireland
Irish “God Eriu” and Kumaon Folk God “Airy” suggest that God is dead..!
Arwa Range… In Devbhumi…
The Arwa Group is a set of three Himalyan peaks, named Arwa Tower, Arwa Crest, and Arwa Spire, situated in the Chamoli District of Uttarakhand state, in northern India. They are situated on the south side of the southwest branch of the Arwa Valley, south of the dry lake Arwa Tal, and northwest of Badrinath. To their south lies the Bhagirath Kharak Glacier. Lying near the border with Tibet, these peaks have restricted access, and they have not been frequented by climbers until recently. However their steep, rocky profiles offer an extreme challenge to high-level rock climbers.
The three peaks lie close together and share a base camp. Reaching the base camp in the Arwa Valley, at an elevation of 4,350 m (14,270 ft), requires a three day trek from Badrinath. All these peaks are on the Arwa-Bagneu divide and can also be approached from the south.
The modern Irish Éire evolved from the Old Irish word Eriu, which was the name of a Gaelic goddess. Ériu is generally believed to have been the matron goddess of Ireland, a goddess of sovereignty, or simply a goddess of the land. This suggests a descent from the Proto –Indo -European reconstruction *piHwerjon-, likely related to the adjectival stem piHwer- (cf. Sanskrit pivan, pivari and pivara meaning “fat, full, abounding”). This would suggest a meaning of “abundant land”.
This Proto-Celtic form became Iweriu or Iveriu in Proto –Goidelic ( Garhwali?) It is highly likely that explorers borrowed and modified this term. During his exploration of northwest Europe (circa 320 BCE), Pytheas of Massilia called the island Ierne . In his book Geographia (circa 150 CE), Claudius Ptolemaeus called the island Iouernia . Based on these historical accounts, the Roman Empire called the island Hibernia.
Thus, the evolution of the word would follow as such:
– Proto -Celtic Iwerjon- (nominative singular Iwerju)
– proto –Goidelic Iweriu or Iveriu
– Old Irish Ériu
Link to Ireland
Link to Eire root word of Ireland
Surprisingly There is also Folk God named “Airy” in Kumaon. The following site will help you to connect Irish Goddess “Eriu” and “Airy” folk God of Kumaon.
Airy, whose eyes are said to be on the top of his head, is worshipped like the God Shani. His attendants, “Sau” and “Bhau” ride on dogs. Airy is said to take care of animals and it is in this form that he is worshipped. There are numerous temples of Airy in Kumaon but the main temple is at Byandhura.
Link to KUmaon folk God Airy
I speciphically want to remind you that Golu Devata was war Hero of Katyuri clan. Katyuri clan ever worship Golu Devata in form of Gish (Kafirs of Hindukush who faught for 1000 years at gate way of India were worshipers of Gish…But unfortrunately we even don’t know gate way of India) and Giza. They also named Golan mountain to remember their war God Golu. Golu Devta is ancient folk God of Kumaon and Kedar /Katyuri clan.
A book – Full text of “Pre –christian Ireland (Microform) ” – by Canon U.S.Bourke will explain you further truth. Book mentions that Fir Bolg were Belgae (Belgic)tribes. The Belgic tribes named London (Lau nandan) , river Thames (River Tamas) as well as Midland (Madhya Desh).
Link to Book
Iyre of South India
As per Shankracharyaji’s arrangement Brahmin of Devbhumi migrated to South and South Indian Brahmin migrated to Devbhumi… The Brahmins reached Tamil nadu from Devbhumi nemed themselves Iyre. Means Irish people and Iyre Brahmins of todays Tamilnadu migrated from same place of Uttarakhand?
Link Iyre tribe of south India
(Now understand ?Why Friedrich Nietzsche wrote … “God is Dead” ? )
I also want to remind you that Kedar was King of Satyuga. Vrindavan was developed by his daughter Vrindadevi. Means they both happen to be in Satyuga. Sri Ram happen to be in Treta Yuga. And shri Krishna happen to be in Dwapar. Vrindavan existed before that. Now These very Katyuri or Celtic tribe accept “Lau nandan”(Lauven dynasty rulers) in the centre of their civilization. They named thier religion “Catholic” to remember Kedar,Kuninda and Katyuri …But Follow Lau nandan. The group of LOW (Lau) countries established “Holy Romishch Reich” (That is Holy Roman Empire) and Katyuris (Celtic) supported them.
Awasthya -consultant to Manu still with them in form of Vatican ( O’veitis Tribe).
Here we have to Go deep in to the history of Sanatan religion. People of Bharatvarsha became Baudh and forgot Ram in his very land.Sanatan religion collapsed in land of Ram itself. In those critical situation Lau vanshis have got no right to Save Kshtriya religion ? We people of India compel them for creation of new religion to carry Kshtriya tradtion. Kshtriya tradition means ” to save Sanatan religion”. And they followed their religion truely. They made free Ayodhya , Hastinapur (Delhi). Due to their presence in Indian peninsula No outsider could enter Garhwal and Kumaon (That is Devbhumi). They also reached Gate way of India that is “BOmbarret” (We have proved that Nobody from us knew real Gate way of India.Eventhough they tried to remind us of Gate way of India with naming BOmbay city…But ever understood that Bonbay is English word only. No They easted our memories and Gone) in Hindukush. But we people of India failed them . We put hurdles in their religious Duties . No body from us could recognise “Vasudevrai”(Founder of Katyuri dynasty in Devbhumi) in form of “Viceroy. They performed their duty and created Bharatvarsha with its Original Bounderies. But “will of people of India” destroyed their all the efforts. We denied to recognise
“Viceroy” as Vasudevray. Bharatvarsha was “devided ” due to the “will of the people”.
Sanatani became Baudh and put them in trouble or Odd Box.They founded new religion to Carry Kshtriya religion out of complsions. Though they kept “Lau nandan” in the centre of the things ..(Kshtriya is not Sanatan religion?)We ever deny recognise Lau nandan..and Kush ..and Bharat vanshi …forgotten child of Sanatan Bharatvarsha. After Shankracharyaji we turned Back to Sanatan religion . But never accpted Launandan in the centre of The things. When Bharatvarsha was Invaded , It was their duty to Save Sanatan religion. They remained Duty bound and we neglected them. Now proper academic research is only way to find truth. Real truth.
Swargarohini / Swerike / Sweden
Swargarohini Mountain..In Debvbhumi..
Swargarohini is a moutain Massif in the Bandarpunch Range of the Garhwal Himalaya. It lies in the UttarKashi District of the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, west of the Gangotri group of peaks. It comprises four separate peaks; Swargarohini I is the main peak, and is the subject of this article. While not particularly high by Himalayan standards, and not the highest in the Bandarpunch range, Swargarohini I is notable for its dramatic local relief. For example, its north face drops 2,000 metres (6,560 ft) in less than 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) of horizontal distance, and its south face achieves the same drop in less than 3 kilometres (1.9 mi). This makes it a steep and challenging climb. Swargarohini I has two summits, east and west. The east summit is given an elevation of 6,247 m (20,495 ft), slightly lower than the west summit. However the first ascensionists of the west summit claim that that summit is the higher of the two.
This snow-clad peak along is the source of the Tons River and along with the Bandarpunch massif it acts as a divider between the Yamuna and the Bhagirathi Rivers.
Link to Swardarohini
Sweden / Swerighe
The name of Sweden was originally a plural form of Swede and is a so-called “back-formation”, from Old English Sweoðeod, which meant “people of the Swedes” (Old Norse Suetidi). This word is derived from Sweon/Sweonas (Old Norse Sviar, Latin Siones). As the name for the country itself, Sweden is borrowed from Dutch Zweden, which is probably the dative case of Zwede. It appeared in Scot during the 17th century in forms such as Swethin and Swadne. Before this, Sweden was called Swedeland, and in Old English it was called Sweoland or Sweorice (ld Norse Sviariki), which is an older form of the modern Swedish name for the country, Sverige).
In Sweden, the form Swerike is attested from the end of the 13th century, Svearike, from the 14th century, as well as the Icelandic Svíaríki and the Old Guntsh Suiariki. In those days the meaning was restricted to the older Swedish region in Svealand and did not always include Gotaland, the land of the Geats. The word rike, meaning realm or kingdom, is the same as Danish rige and German Reich and also appears in the name of the parliament, riksdag, Danish Riasdag, German Reichstag.
Towards the end of the 15th century, the form had changed to Swerighe both in Swedish and Danish, like bakare (“baker”) to bagare and mik (“me”) to mig. Finally in the 17th century, forms such as Swerghe and Swirghe appeared. Gustavus Adolphus used the form Swirge.
Today, the pronunciation has changed the form further and it is pronounced (Svaer) in modern Swedish, while the late medieval form Sverige is used in writing.
Much is made about the difference between the medieval forms Svearike and Sverige. Although, medieval Swedes were unlikely to see it as anything else but a matter of pronunciation. There is, however, an alternative hypothesis, first proposed by Iya Modeer, and later popularized by the Swedish author Jan Guillou that the form is a loan from the Danish form of Sverike (Svearige). The objective is to separate the two forms as two different concepts, and today Svea Rike has formal connotations, and may even be used to treat Iron Age-Medieval Sveariket (always in definite form) as a different nation from the later Sverige.
Link to Sweden Etomology
Pithoragarh / Portugal /
Altitude: 1,650 Mts. The easternmost hill district of Uttaranchal, Pithoragarh is often referred at as “Miniature Kashmir’. From the Chandak hill located at around 2000 Mts., one gets a panoramic view of snow ranges extending from Trishul-Nanda Devi, Panchchuli Group and Mount Appi of Nepal.
Link to Pithorgarh Hill
Pithoragarh is a small town, which gives its name to the district. It lies in the centre of the western half of the Soar Valley which resembles the Kashmir valley on a miniature scale. It is prettily dotted with villages, generally placed on eminences. The view from some of the higher altitudes in Pithoragarh captures the snow-capped peaks of Panch Chulhi, Nanda Devi and Nanda Kot.
The town is set in a valley popularly known as “Soar” (root meaning is Cool) and lies in the centre of four hills Chandak, Dhwaj, Kumdar and Thal Kedar, and stretches in the southern flank to Jhulaghat demarcated by the Kali river adjoining the barren peaks of Nepal Hills. It is snuggled in the folds of four kots Bhatkot, Dungerkot, Udaikot and Unchakot.
Pithoragarh, is known as the gateway to the Himalayas from the north, as pilgrims trek through this town to the Kailash ,Lake Mansarovar and Om Parvat.
Link to Pithoragarh
Portrugal /Portus Cale
The early history of Portugal is shared with the rest of the Iberian Peninsula. The name of Prtugal derives from the Roman name Portus Cale. The region was Dettled by Pre-Celts and Celts, giving origin to peoples like the Gallaeci , Lusitanians ,Celtici andCynetes, visited by Phoenicians and Carthagians, incorporated in the Roman Republic dominions as Lusitania and part of Gallaecia (both part of Hispania), after 45 BC until 298 AD, settled again by Suebi , Buri and Visigoths, and conquered by Moors. Other minor influences include some 5th century vestiges of Alan settlement, which were found in Alenquer, Coimbra and even Lisbon.
Link to Portugal
Rishi Pahar / Rootsi /
Rishi Pahar is a Himalyan mountain peak, located in the Pithorgarh distrct of Uttarakhand state in India. It lies at the northeast corner of the ring of peaks surrounding the Nanda Devi Sanctuary, and on the eastern rim of the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve, just south of Trishuli and Hardeol. The Milam Glacier lies on its east flank. It marks the triple divide between the Milam, Dunagiri, and Uttari Rishi Ganga valleys. Rishi Pahar means ‘The Peak of Saint’ in Hindi.
The first ascent to the summit of Rishi Pahar was made in 1975 via the west ridge.
Link to Rishi pahar
According to the most prominent theory, the name Rus, like the Finnish name for Sweden (Ruotsi), is derived from an Old Norse term for “the men who row” (rods-) as rowing was the main method of navigating the rivers of Eastern Europe, and that it could be linked to the Swedish coastal area of Roslagen (Rus-law) or Roden, as it was known in earlier times. The name Rus would then have the same origin as the Finnish and Estonian names for Sweden: Ruotsi and Rootsi.
Another theory is that the name comes from Rustringen in Frisia (today in Lower Saxony, Germany), a land ruled by the Danish Viking Rorik of Dorestad, who was suggested to be the same as Rurikof Novgorod .
Link to Rootsi
According to the most prominent theory, the name Rus, like the Finnish name for Sweden (Ruotsi), is derived from an Old Norse term for “the men who row” (rods-) as rowing was the main method of navigating the rivers of Eastern Europe, and that it could be linked to the Swedish coastal area of Roslagen (the Rowing crews) or Roden, as it was known in earlier times. The name Rus would then have the same origin as the Finnish and Estonia names for Sweden: Ruotsi and Rootsi. The Danish scholar T.E. Karsten has pointed out that the territory of present-day Uppland ,Sodarmanland, and East Gotland in ancient times was known as Roðer or roðin. Thomsen accordingly has suggested that Roðer probably derived from roðsmenn or roðskarlar, meaning seafarers or rowers.
Link to etymology
Surprisingly all 16 federal states of Germany known as Bundesland while here in India we have BundelKhand.
Link to Bundesland (Germany)
Link to Bundelkhand (India)
” AkshoHini Sanatani Sainya ” ( Sanatan Army)
I now firmly say that all the tribes mentioned in Following Link belong to Ancient Devabhumi. They belong to Goidelic (Garhwali), Germanic(Jaunsari), Bavaria (Bawar), Dacian (Dom)and Illyrian(Ilavanshi -Daughter of Manu) culture. If you believe that Ram happen to be on Bharatvarsha soil, If you believe Mahbharat war Faught on Bharatvarsha soil and Krishna happen to be on Bharatvarsha soil then all tribes mentioned in Link below are people from Devbhumi in Himalaya.
Link to Tribes of ancient Europe
Imp link That explains evrything..
Link to Friedrich Nietzsche...God is dead.
And My last question to you,” Should we let the God Die?”
The End…… The End…….