Category Archives: A Book – There was Ram

There was Ram book by chandrakant marwadi

Chapter : 8 – Tri hari Garh/ Teamhrach (Tara Hill ) / Tramira samghata/ Tuatha de Dannan:Roots in Sarswati civilization : ThadAdagai (Minakshi Devi) / Tamizharga….Damela….Tuticorin/ Teutonic …Thothukudi / Tautha de Danan

“The name Saraswati came from “saras” (meaning “flow”) and “wati” (meaning “she who has …”), i.e. “she who has flow” or can mean sara meaning “essence” and swa meaning “self”. So, Saraswati is symbol of knowledge; its flow (or growth) … Continue reading






Posted in A Book - There was Ram | Leave a comment

chapter-7 : Lau and Kush vanshis in Anatolia – or Anarta of Sharyati in Gujarat ?(2) Anarta = lost continent Atlantis

And now Lauvanshis in Anatolia … Luvians People of southwest Anatolia in the 2nd millennium BC, who spoke an Indo-European language that was related to Hittite and Lydian. The Luvians may have contributed to the collapse of the Hittite empire. … Continue reading






Posted in A Book - There was Ram | Leave a comment

Chapter-7 :Lau and Kush vanshis in Anatolia 0r Aanarta of Sharyati (Gujarat) – son of Manu(1) Anarta= lost continent of Atlantis

Just as, there where its Maker shed His blood, the sun shed its first rays, and Ebro lay beneath high Libra, and the ninth hour’s rays were scorching Ganges’ waves; so here, the sun stood at the point of day’s … Continue reading






Posted in A Book - There was Ram | Leave a comment

Chapter -6 :VISHWA SAMRAT RAM …. BALOND BADRI / BOLGIOS…BRUSSELS / BADRI

Merovingians The “Mero-” or “Mer-” element in the name suggests a sea or ocean (see Old English “mere,” Latin “mare,” or even the Modern English word “mermaid”, etc.). The “Salian” in “Salian Franks” may be a reference to salt, a … Continue reading







Posted in A Book - There was Ram | Leave a comment

Chapter-5 : Balge tribe (Vanvasi Ram )…. BAL0ND BADRI / CHALTA BADRI / BOLGIOS / BALAJIi

“The word Bagula in Marathi means a fabulous animal of the cat-kind. Bagula Bova is still used in Marathi to frighten little children. It is stated in the present poem that Gopachandra was called Bagula as his head was put … Continue reading






Posted in A Book - There was Ram | Leave a comment