Pori in Estonia and Finland – Estonia or Ishtdevi?Says the story of Kuru and Krivi (Panchala) Alliance= Kraivya = Kiev

VirratThe name pattern of towns and cities in Estonia and FInland says defferent story. Hathigumpha inscription suggest that in ancient time Bharahmi leepi was used in inscrition. The similarity of languages of Finland/Estonia and Orrissa is really subject matter of serious study. That research can lead us into proper direction. Tara Tarini was Ishtdevi of Kalinga. And now we find Tara Tarini in Estonia. what it suggest? Is it Estonia or Ishtdevi?

The facts will helpful to us to understand Germanic tribes.latter on which tribes were called Uralic.
Now let us look at name pattern of cities and towns.

Pori (Swedish: Björneborg) is a city and municipality on the west coast of Finland. The city is located some 15 kilometres (9 mi) from the Gulf of Bothnia, on the estuary of the Kokemäenjoki river, which is the largest in Finland. Pori is the most important town in the Satakunta region.

Pori is a village in Põdrala Parish, Valga County, in southern Estonia. It has a population of 58 (as of 1 January 2011).

Virrat (Swedish: Virdois) is a town and municipality of Finland.It is part of the Pirkanmaa region.

Tavastia Proper (Finnish: Kanta-Häme; Swedish: Egentliga Tavastland) is a region (maakunta / landskap) of Finland. It borders to the regions Finland Proper, Pirkanmaa, Päijänne Tavastia, and Uusimaa.

Satakunta (Latin: Finnia Septentrionalis or Satagundia) is a historical province of Finland. It borders the historical provinces of Finland Proper, Tavastia and Ostrobothnia, also the Gulf of Bothnia.
Pirkanmaa (Swedish: Birkaland), or the Tampere Region (official English name), is a region of Finland. It borders on the regions of Satakunta, Tavastia Proper, Päijänne Tavastia, Southern Ostrobothnia and Central Finland.

Janakkala is a municipality of Finland. Its administrative centre is in Turenki, which is nowadays often erroneously shown on maps as being “Janakkala”.
It is located in the province of Southern Finland and is part of the Tavastia Proper region.
Kuru is a former municipality of Finland, now part of the town of Ylöjärvi.Kuru is located in the province of Western Finland and is part of the Pirkanmaa region.

Against all this facts can we compare following facts?

Paralakhemundi estate in Orisssa. The district headquarters at Paralakhemundi, formerly a princely estate, has been clustered within a radius of approximately 5 kilometers around the geometric centre of Paralakhemundi

Tel river civilization put light towards a great civilization existing in Kalahandi, Balangir, Koraput (KBK) region in the past that is recently getting explored.[11] The discovered archaeological wealth of Tel Valley suggest a well civilized, urbanized, cultured people inhabited on this land mass around 2000 years ago[12] and Asurgarh was its capital. Kalahandi along with Koraput and Bastar was part of Kantara referred in Ramayana and Mahabharata.
Kunti Kingdom
As per the epic Mahabharata, the Kunti Kingdom was the kingdom of Kuntibhoja, one of the prominent kings among the Bhoja Yadavas.
Kunti, the mother of Pandavas and the first wife of Kuru king Pandu, was the adopted daughter of the king Kuntibhoja. Her given name was Pritha and she was a sister of Vasudeva, the father of Vasudeva Krishna. The Kunti kingdom was neighbour to the Avanti Kingdom. It was probably to the north of Avanti.
Surrounding the kingdom of the Kurus, are, many countries beautiful and abounding in corn, such as Panchala, Chedi, Matsya, Surasena, Pattachchara, Dasarna, Navarashtra, Malla, Salva, Yugandhara, Saurashtra, Avanti, and the spacious Kunti-Rashtra (Kingdom).

At the end of the research

Kuru and Krivi Alliance

ya ,Kremlin carry history of Kampilya ,capital of Panchala

We find here Virrat and Satkunta region both. We find here Kuru too.It does not remind you of Ancient Kuru – Panchal (Krivi) alliance? It is ..Riksha was ancient ruler of Hastinapur…Drupada ( Duma) was staunch supporter of Pandava. ya Kremlin carry history of Kampilya ,capital city of Panchal. Pandavas travels from Varanavata, up to Kampilya wandering in various kingdoms and places like Ekchakra is mentioned in the article:-Varanavat to Kampilya. At Kampilya they married princess Panchali, the daughter of Panchala king Drupada. That Varanavat is remembered in name of Volga. Laksha gruha was build in Varanrata ( Or Baranvata). The following facts will tell you evrything.

Etawah / Ekachakra / Ahichatra /The Achaemenid Empire


Krivi = Panchala //king Kraivya

The early history of the region now within the district of Etawah is quite interesting. It once formed part of the ancient country of Panchala which is said to have extended from the foot of the Himalayas in the north to the river Chambal in south, although it is doubtful if it extended south of Yamuna, the portion being included in Ajad Janpad. That the region was inhabited in primitive times is testified by the finding of pre-historical bronze weapons scattered all over the Ganga- Yamuna doab. This region must have been civilised long ago, probably during Bronze Age or even sometime before. A spear head in British Museum which was presented in 1837, is supposed to come from Etawah. It is a simple barbed lancelate with bronze blade, about thirteen inches in length without any extra hooks or barbs. The weapon is known as Norham harpoon.
Kuru-Panchala ( Krivis) alliance

The earliest known Aryan people who settled in this region were the Panchalas who were close allies of Kurus, usually mentioned as Kuru-Panchalas. Panchala is the later name of the people called Krivi in the Rigveda. Connected with the Kurus were the Krivis who possibly lived on the Sindhu (Indus) and the Askini (Chenab) in the early Rigvedic age and. later moved to the east across the Yamuna to a region which came to be known as Panchala. The Satapatha Brahmana asserts that Krivi was the older name of the panchalas. The insignificance of the Krivis in the later literature as compared with the importance of the Panchalas is probably due to the fact that the later Kuru-Panchala alliance included not only the Bharatas and other tribes but Krivis also. During the Vedic period, Panchalas are seldom mentioned alone their name being usually coupled with that of Kurus. The Kuru Panchalas are often expressly referred to as a united nation. At one time, they are said to have one king like Kraivya and Sona Satrasaha, who performed the horse-sacrifices on the bank of the river Yamuna and thus claimed imperial power. The two together were regarded as per-eminent among the peoples living in Madhya desha. They figured in the texts as the best representatives of Vedic culture, models of good form, speakers of the best Sanskrit, performers of sacrifices with perfection, having the best of kings and running the best

Riksha, the eldest, succeeded his father at Hastinapur

academies one of which was at Parichakra,. usually identified with modern Chakar Nagar of the district. Parichakra is also mentioned in the Satapatha Brahmana as the name of a Panchala town where king Kraivya Panchala performed horse sacrifice
The traditional history of the region from the earliest time till the end of Mahabharata is gleaned mainly from the Puranas, though the Mahabharata and Ramayana occasionally give dynastic lists and deal with traditional accounts. The traditional history of this region starts with the king Ajamida who was the fifth successor in the line of the famous king Bharata. He had three sons. Riksha. Nila and Brihadvasu. Riksha, the eldest, succeeded his father at Hastinapur, while Nila and Brihadvasu founded what later came to be known as the North Panchala and South Panchala dynasties. The latter comprised the region south of Ganga including this district and had its capital at Kampilya. The Panchalas, thus, were a branch of the Bharatas, who belonged to the line of Puru of the lunar race. The country came to be known as Panchala from the “five” sons of Bhrimayashva (sixth in descent from Ajamida) who were jocosly nicknamed “capable” (pancha-alam) and the region may have come to be known as Panchala because it represented the kingdom for the maintenance of which five capable persons were enough. After the death of Bhrimayashva, the kingdom was divided eariong these five sons of his, each receiving a principality.
King Drupada of South Panchala which comprised most of this district also played an important part in the great Mahabharata War. He had a daughter named Daupadi who was married to Pandavas in a swayamvara and therefore, South Panchalas were the staunch supporters of the Pandavas in the Mahabharata war. In the War Druoada’s priest was sent to the Kauravas on behalf of-the Pandavas for negotiations. During the war Dhrishtadyumna, the son of king Drupada, was appointed the Comrnander-in-Chief of the Pandava. Drupada was killed by Drona on the 15th day of war and finally the same evening Dhrishtadyumna took revenge by killing Drona in the battle-field. Kauravas appointed Ashvatthama as the last commander who with the help of the other two survivors from among the Kaurava heroes, Kripa and Krita-varman, stealthily entered into, the Pandava camp at night and slaughtered Dhrishtadyumna who was sleeping.

Link to Etavah that syas history of Panchala

The Russian people (russkiye) are an East slavic ethnic group native to, speaking the Russian language and primarily living in Russia and neighboring countries.
According to the 2010 census, ethnic Russians make up about 81% of the population of Russia

Link to Russian people.

Kama river says tha history of Udmurtia, near Kuliga

Kama (Çulman) is a major river in Russia, the longest left tributary of the Volga and the largest one in discharge; in fact, it is larger than the Volga before junction.
It starts in Udmurtia, near Kuliga, flowing north-west on 125 miles, turn north-east near Loyno for another 125 miles, then turns south and west in Perm Krai, flowing again through Udmurtia and then through Tatarstan, where it meets the Volga.
Among the Turkic peoples, Kama was known as Chulman, and was considered the origin of the Volga.
The overall length is 1,805 km (1,122 mi). The largest tributaries to the Kama are Kosa ,Vishera ,sylva , Chosovaya ,Belaya , Ik , Izh, Zay ,Vyatka and Myosha river. The cities situated on the banks of the Kama are Solikamsk ,Berezniki ,Perm, Sarapul, and Naberezhnye chelney. It is located to the west of the ural mountain and is a fairly well used trade route.

Link to Kama river

Kama tribes faught at gate way of India for 1000 years

Kam or Kampilya ?
The Kom or Kam or kamboj are a NUristani tribe in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Most used alternative names are Kamozi, Kamoz/Camoze, Caumojee/Kaumoji, and Camoje (M. Elphinstone, George Roberston, Richard Strand).
In 1895, following their conquest by Emir Abdur Rahman Khan the Kom Kafir people in Afghanistan were forced to convert to Islam. Every former Kafiristan Kafiri were renamed Nuristani (The Enlightened Ones) respectively Nuristan (Land of Light). In present time there are now known Nuristani Kom or simply Kom.
At the end of the 19th century, they were living in the lower part of the Basahgul valley, known as Kam,Kamboj (George Scott Robertson), Kamdesh in Khowar, and Kamoz in Pashto, and in the adjacent valleys.
Numerous scholars have connected the names Kom and Kata with ancient Kamboja and identified the Kafirs, especially the Siah-Posh Kafirs, as having descended from ancient Kambojas (H.H. Wilson, M. Elphinstone, Bombay Gazetteer, D. Wilber, M. C. Gillet, W. K. Fraser Tytler, J.R.A.S. 1843, J.A.S.B. 1874, etc., etc.). Though not a numerous people, the Kom were greatly respected military prowess by neighboring tribes as well as by Chitralis and the Pashtun people. The Kom control the destiny of Bashgul valley and were said to be its virtual kings (George Scott Roberston). The Kom were tributary to the Mehter of Chitraluntil 1895.
The political headquarters of the Kom of the Siah-Posh Kafir clan were at Kombrom. The country of the Koms is also in present-day Nuristan called Komstan.

Link to Kama kafir tribe

Ural or Utasthala ?

Book link to “Tales of Ancient India “ By J. A. B. van Buitenen ( Page 86) mentions Mountain Utasthala where Matsya tribe reside ,Uttara mountain of Kampilyan and Island of Archipelago.

Book Link to the ” Foreign Trade And Commerce In Ancient India”
By Prakash Charan Prasad (P -39) narrates same story of Satyavrata Brahmin and Utasthala mountain.

The Achaemenid Empire that syas history of Panchala and Darius (Drupada)

The Achaemenid Empire (pronOld persian: Pars?, name of ruling dynasty: Hax?manišiya) (c. 550–330 BCE), also known as the First Persian Empire, was a Persian empire in western Asia, founded in the 6th century BCE by Cyrus the Great who overthrew the Median Confederation. The dynasty draws its name from king Achaemenes, who ruled Persia between 705 BC and 675 BC. The empire expanded to eventually rule over significant portions of the ancient world which at around 500 BCE stretched from the Indus Valley in the east, to Thrace and Macedon on the northeastern border of Greece, making it the biggest empire the world had yet seen. The Achaemenid Empire would eventually control Egypt as well. It was ruled by a series of monarchs who unified its disparate tribes and nationalities by constructing a complex network of roads.
Calling themselves the Pars after their original Aryan tribal name Parsa, Persians settled in a land which they named Parsua (Persis in Greek), bounded on the west by the Tigris River and on the south by the Persian Gilf. This became their heartland for the duration of the Achaemenid Empire. It was from this region that eventually Cyrus the Great (Cyrus II of Persia) would advance to defeat the Median, the Ladyian, and the Babylonian Empires, opening the way for subsequent conquests into Egypt and Asia Minor.

Link to The Achaemenid Empire

Pasargadae /Panchal

Persis, Persian Parsa, ancient country in the southwestern part of Iran, roughly coextensive with the modern region of F?rs. Its name was derived from the Iranian tribe of the Parsua (Parsuash; Parsumash; Persians), who settled there in the 7th century bc. Herodotus lists the leading Persian tribes as the Pasargadae, to which the Achaemenians, the royal family of Persia, belonged; the Maraphii; and the Maspii. It was these three that Cyrus II the Great assembled to approve his plans for his revolt against Astyages, his Median overlord, in 550 bc.
The inhabitants of Persis were considered to be the rulers of the Achaemenian Empire and were exempt from taxation. As the homeland of the Achaemenian dynasty, Persis was closely associated with the monarchy. Cyrus built his capital at Pasargadae, and about 30 miles (48 km) to the southwest Darius I founded his new capital of Parsa, known to the Greeks as Persepolis (“Persian City”).

Link to Persia or Pasargadae

D?r?us / Dryhwš or Drupada ?
D?r?us (or D?r?us) is the Latin form of the Greek Dareîos, which is a shortened form of the Old Persian D?rayavauš. The Old Persian form is also seen to have been reflected in the Elamita Da-ri-(y)a-ma-u-iš, Akkadian Da-(a-)ri-ia-(a-)muš, Aramaic dryhwš and archaizing drywhwš, and possibly the longer Greek form Dareiaîos. The translation of his name from Old Persian to English is “holding firm the good”, which can be seen by the stem d?raya, meaning “hold”, and the adjective vau, meaning “good”.

Darius do not remind you of DRupad and Draupadi?

Link to Darius King of Persia

Panchala and Ahichatra/ Agnimitra
Originally a Monarchial clan, the Panchalas appear to have switched to republican corporation around 500 BCE. The Buddhist text, Anguttara Nikaya mentions Panchala as one of the sixteen mahajanpadas of the c. 6th century BCE. The 4th century BCE Arthashastra also attests the Panchalas as following the Rajashabdopajivin (king consul) constitution. Panchala was annexed into the Magadha Empire during the reign of Mahapdma Nanda.
The Yuga Puranasection of the Gargi Samhita informs us that Panchala was invaded and occupied by the Yavana (Grecio -Bacrian) army led by King Dhamamita (DEmetrius) during Brihadratha’s reign But soon they had to leave to Bactria to fight a fierce battle (probably between Ecratides and Demetrius).
Numismatic evidence reveals the existence of independent rulers of Panchala during the post-Mauryan period. Most of the coins issued by them are found at Ahichatra and adjoining areas. All the coins are round, made of a copper alloy and have a set pattern on the obverse-a deeply incised square punch consisting of a row of three symbols and the ruler’s name placed in a single line below them. The reverse bears depictions of the deities or sometimes of their attributes, whose names form a component of the issuers’ names (for example, coins of Agnimitra bear the depiction of Agni). The names of the rulers found on these coins are Vangapala, Yajnapala, Damagupta, Rudragupta, Jayagupta, Suryamitra, Phalgunimitra, Bhanumitra, Bhumimitra, Dhruvamitra, Agnimitra, Indramitra, Vishnumitra, Jayamitra, Prajapatimitra, Varunamitra, Anamitra, Bhadraghosha and Yugasena (the reverse of the coins of Varunamitra, Yugasena and Anamitra do not exhibit any deity). Shaunakayaniputra Vangapala, ruler of Ahichatra, whom Vaidehiputra Ashadhasena mentioned as his grandfather in his Pabhosa inscription, is identified with king Vangapala, known from his coins. The name of Damagupta is also found on a clay sealing.

Link to Fcats panchal clan

Kiev syas story of Kuru + Krivi (Panchala) alliance

Kiev is one of the oldest cities of Eastern Europe and has played a pivotal role in the development of the medieval East Slavic civilization as well as in the modern Ukrarian nation.
It is believed that Kiev was founded in the late 9th century (some historians have wrongly referred to as 482 CE). The origin of the city is obscured by legends, one of which tells about a founding-family consisting of a Slavic tribe leader Kyi, the eldest, his brothers Shchek and Khoryv, and also their sister Lybid, who founded the city (The Primary Chrinicle). According to it the name Kyiv/Kiev means to “belong to Kyi”. Some claim to find reference to the city in Ptolemy’s work as the Metropolity (the 2nd century). Another legend points that Saint Andrew passed through the area and where he erected a cross, a church was built. Also since the Middle ages an image of the saint Michael represented the city as well as the duchy.

Link to Kiev people

Kremlin of Kievan Rus

The Kremlin is Russia’s mythic refuge, a self contained city with a multitude of palaces, armories, and churches, a medieval fortress that links the modern nation to its legendary past in the ancient state of Kievan Rus’. As the dominance of Kiev faded and its empire fragmented under the weight of foreign invasion and internecine strife in the 11th and 12th centuries, regional princes gained power. In 1147, as Kievan Rus was experiencing its final death throes, a chronicler recorded that a feast was held at the hunting lodge of Prince Yuri Dolgorukiy, ruling prince of Rostov and Suzdal. The lodge was perfectly situated atop a hill overlooking the Moskva and Neglina rivers, prompting its development (in such troubled times) as a fortified town, or Kremlin.

Link to Kremlin of Kiev

And Krishna too

When Kuru panchala alliance stil exist..then how they can remain without Krishna ?

The Moskva River (is a river that flows through the Moskow and Smolensk oblasts in Russia, and is a tributary of the Oka river..

Moskva Carry history of Machhu river?

Means Moscow ?
The city is named after the river (literally “the city by the Moskaya River”). The first reference to Moscow dates from 1147 when yuri Dolgorukiy called upon the prince of the Novgorod = severski to “come to me, brother, to Moscow”.

Link to Moskow or Novgorod

Novhorod-Siversky; Novhorod Siverskyi,Polish: Nowogród Siewierski) is a historic city in the chernihiv oblast (Province)) of Ukraine. It is the administrative centre of the Novhorod siverskyi Raion, and is situated on the bank of the Desna River, 330 km from the capital , Keiv, and 45 km south of the Russian border. Current estimated population: 15,000.
Link to Novhorod – Siversky.


Morbi or Morvi is a city and a municipality in Morbi disrtict in the Indian state of Gujarat. It was a Princely State ruled by Jadeja clan of Rajputs until Indian independence in 1947. It is situated on the Kathiyawar peninsula. In 1981, the city’s population was determined to be 73,327. Its chief products are Cotton and grain. The town is a railroad junction. The town of Morbi is situated on the river Machhu, 22 miles (35 kilometres) from the sea and 60 kilometres from Rajkot.
The city-state of Morbi and much of the building heritage and town planning is attributed to the administration of Sir Lakhdhiraji Waghji, who ruled from 1922 until 1948. Sir Waghji acted as a ruler, manager, patron and policeman of the state with great authority. Sir Waghji, like other contemporary rulers of Saurashtra, built roads and a railway network (of seventy miles), connecting Wadhwan and Morbi and the two small ports of Navlakhi and Vavania, for exporting the state’s production of salt and cloth. The Morbi railway station combines Indian and European architectural elements.

Link to Morbi of Kathiyawad

Now understand ? who Jesus is ?

Still not understand?
Oka river

Oka (????) is a river in central Rusia, the largest right tributary of the Volga. It flows through the regions of Oryal ,Tula ,Kaluga ,Moscow ,Rayzan ,Vladimir, and Nizhny NOvgorod and is navigable over a large part of its total length, as far upstream as to the town of Kaluga. Its length exceeds 1,500 kilometres (930 mi). The Russian capital MOscow sits on one of the Oka’s tributaries—the Moskva River.

Okha town

Okha is a small coastal town in Jamnagar district of Gujarat state in India. It has a sea port. Okha is famous for its Krishna Temple Bet Dwarka dedicated to Krishna on Bet Dwarka island across a small creek from Okha port.

Story of Okha Haran

Though the history of chandravansh after the war of Mahabharat is not much known (at least by laymans), a grandson Of Lord krishna named Aniruddha (son of Pradyumna), has been kidnapped to Miser (Egypt) by Chitralekha for her best friend Okha (or Usha) who was a princess and daughter of Banasura and fascinated from Aniruddha (this tale is popular as OKHA-HARAN and people used to read it once at least during CHAITRA mas and do not take SALT in eating for entire month – or as much time as possible in the month).

Prometheus and Pradyumn

Prometheus is a Titan culture Hero, and trickster figure who, in Greek Mythology, is credited with the Creation of Man from clay and the Theft of fire for human use, an act that enabled progress and civilization. He is known for his intelligence, and as a champion of humanity.
The punishment of Prometheus as a consequence of the theft is a major theme of his mythology, and is a popular subject of both ancient and modern art. Zeus, king of the Olympian Gods, sentenced the Titan to eternal torment for his transgression. The immortal Prometheus was bound to a rock, where each day an eagle, the emblem of Zeus, was sent to feed on his liver, which would then grow back to be eaten again the next day. In some stories, Prometheus is freed at last by the hero Heracles ( Hercules).
In another of his myths, Prometheus establishes the form of animal sacrifice practiced in ancient Greek religion. Evidence of a cult to Prometheus himself is not widespread. He was a focus of religious activity mainly at Athens, where he was linked to Athena and Hephaestus, other Greek deities of creative skills and technology.
In the western classical tradition, Prometheus became a figure who represented human striving, particularly the quest for scientific knowledge, and the risk of overreaching or unintended consequences. In particular, he was regarded in the Romantic era as embodying the lone genius whose efforts to improve human existence could also result in tragedy: Mary Shelley, for instance, gave The Modern Prometheus as the subtitle to her novel Franken stein (1818)


The ancients believed that the name Prometheus derived from the Greek pro (before) + manthano (learn) and the agent suffix -eus, thus meaning “Forethinker”. Palto contrasts Prometheus with his dull-witted brother Epimetheus, “Afterthinker”. Writing in late antiquity, the Latin commentator Servius explains that Prometheus was so named because he was a man of great foresight (vir prudentissimus), possessing the abstract quality of providentia, the Latin equivalent of Greek prom?theia .
Modern scientific linguistics suggests that the name derived from the Proto –Indo European root that also produces the vedic pra math, “to steal,” hence pramathyu-s, “thief”, cognate with “Prometheus”, the thief of fire. The vedic myth of fire’s theft by matarisvan is an analog to the Greek account. Pramantha was the tool used to create fire.

Link to Prometheus a titan Hero (Then who were Titans ?


Pradyumna is also a character in the srimad Bhagvatam. He was the son of Krishna and Rukmani and. When he was a baby he was abducted by the demon Sambara. He was then cast into the sea and swallowed by a fish, but that fish was caught and carried to the house of Sambara. The fish was opened and the child was found inside. He was given to a woman in Sambara’s house to raise. Narada informed her about the true identity of the child. When Pradyumna grew up, he battled the demon Sambara, defeated him. Pradyumna was later killed in a brawl in his father’s court at Dwarka. According to some accounts, Pradyumna was an incarnation of Kama, the god of love.
Pradyumna was son of Lord Krishna and 61 grandson of Adinarayan. His mother was Rukmini, whom Lord Krishna got from her father Bhimkashen Narayan. He was the version of God Kamdev. In the Treta Yug when Lord Shiva was in meditation at that time Kamdev became barrier for Shiva. Angrily Shiva burns Kamdev. Kamdev’s wife named Rati was very sad, and Shiva blessed her by promising her that in next birth he will be part of Krishna. And you will be daughter of Bhimkaraya and you will be marrying him.
Pradyumna is also a name of the Hindu god Vishnu. He is one in 24 Keshva names (names), praised in all pujas. It is also the only name in sanskrit with all the 3 letters joint .

Link to facts about Pradyumna

Look Bird is centre of Both the story ( In story of Pradyumna and prometheus)

Link to Pradyumna story

Bunts and Mariamma and Moksha

Bunts are HIndus who primarily worship Adi Shakti and can be termed as Shakts, but Bunts are not exclusive Adi Shakti worshippers, they worship all gods of the Hindu pantheon including Shiva and Vishnu as aspects of the divine mother Adi Shakti. Other favoured deities of the Bunts include Ganesh ,Subramanya, Krishna and Mariamma. Bunts believe that all gods of the Hindu pantheon are nothing but various aspects of Adi Shakti. In her spiritual form Adi Shakti is attributeless and is sometimes referred to as Ullaya or Ullaldi in Tulu and Parambrahma in Sanskritised Tulu which means impersonal god, Bunts therefore are monotheistic but at the same time worship all gods of the Hindu pantheon without any difference. Bunts believe that the way to Moksha or liberation is through Bhakti of any aspect of the divine mother. They are therefore followers of Bhakti philosophy, therefore throughout Tulu Nadu there are numerous temples dedicated to various Hindu gods patronised by Bunts. Also believed is that the first temple to be built in Tulu Nadu was that of Adi Shakti in Kunjargiri near Udupi by Lord Parshurama, the sixth incarnation of Vishnu and a great Shiva devotee. Parshurama is credited to have created Tulu Nadu which is part of Parashurama Kshetra or Kerala, mentioned in the Puranas by reclaiming land from the sea god Varuna by throwing his divine axe or parashu, hence Tulu Nadu is also referred to in the Puranas as Parashurama Shrishti, “The world created by Par[a]shuram”.

Link to Bunt people (Rimind us of Varanavata or Baranavat )

Etawa / Utasthala / Ural /Orrissa

Ya , Utasthala mountain mentioned in Purana is centre point of this migratting tribes… Our Chambal river and Etawa carry history of that Matsya tribe.. which migrated in Ural and Orrissa. So we finde similarity between Orrissa and Ural. In another article named “Ram Na Mile Hanuman Ke Bina ” I have mentioned this facts. Ulkal / Orisaa says the story of Utasthala mountain.

Link to Orissa state

Link to Ural mountain

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