Breizh- Bahraich / Midland-Awadh (2) ……Burhadita/ Bretaigne/ Budgujar /Britannia

I have provided you few hints and clues to similarity between Bahraich (The original Awadh) and Midland of Britain. I hope that you may have started searching more similarities yourself. But If not then still I am providing you more facts.
Herewith I am posting ancient tribes map of Britain.Click on picture and enlarge it. See all the ancient tribes of Britain . These tribes name give clue to ancient connection between Bahraich /Kumaon/ Garhwal and Britain /Cambria/ Gaul . One can find Parissi, Deceangli (Dakhani ? –From South India?),Cocani , Causi ,Trinovantes and Gangani tribes too in ancient tribe map . Now search out what Brigantes,Regani ,Catuvellauni and Autenie tribes stand for. Will somebody check the fact that Even today is there Regani tribe in India? Will anybody from you try to look at Similarity between Catuvellauni tribe of Cambria and Katyuri suryavanshi (sun line)rulers of Kumaon in Himalayan range?

map of Ancient tribes of Britain

What the -Gangani, Parissi, Regani, Trinovantes, Brigantes , Cocani suggest?


The map of ancient tribes of Britain shows all the major Celtic (Brythonic) tribes of the British mainland. This is based on Roman records circa 120 CE and therefore includes the Belgic tribes (Belgiae, Parisii and Cantiaci, Atrebates) that migrated to Britain before the advancing Romans. It should be noted that only the main Brythonic (ie P-Celtic-speaking) tribes of the mainland are shown. There were several smaller tribes whose existence were known and who were either isolated geographically from the main tribes, or allied to them but these are not presented here.
One of the main sources of information about these tribes is from the Roman writer, Tacitus and much of our information about the tribes of Scotland derives from the geographical writings of Ptolemy.
Now let look at some available facts about ancient Kosal kingdom, Shri Ram Ruled

Yes it is clue

Aftre looking at above map you may say that except the word Gangani and Cocani tribes other words donot lead us to anywhere.In fact there is Atrauni town in Hardoi distt. in Awadh. I think Autun is clue to that town.Any how I provide you further clue to tribes names. The following link says that Autun tribe stands for Aedui – Sun fire peole. Aedui stands for Awadhi?They are also called Cow Goddess people. The following link to tribes Classification will say you further facts. So look at following link to tribes classifaction.
Then Arveni stands for Aravalli? sambarian stands for Sambhar lake?(ya, they ever remember Salt lake), Teutonic stands for ancient Tel river civilisation of Orrissa? Seni and Senones stands for Shur seni of Mathura ?(to which tribe Porus the great belonged?), BUll people stands for son of Turvasu? (Turvasu was son of Yayati who ruled world. sons of Turvasu had Bull as their emblem thoruogh out history. they ruled Baluchistan and south India.All South indian states name carries the name of sons of Turwasu. Andra carries the name of Andirra.Andirra was son of Turvasu.Read about Cow goddess people mentioned in link below. Try to search out that Aquitani stands for Ashwakani ? These are the words which can unfold history. I personnelly believe that Autun – Aedui stands for Awadhi people. The word Brigantes give clue to Baharaich. Finaly pl check that Trinovantes tribe stand for Travan? Is it not clue to history?
pl search the following link too. All clue words are there.

link to tribes name

Means warrior tribes of ancient Bharatvarsha reached Europe? And we forget them all?

Baharaich

Located on the Saryu River, a tributary of river Ghaghra, Bahraich is 125 km north-east of Lucknow. The towns of Barabanki, Gonda, Balrampur, Lakheempur and Sitapur share local boundaries with Bahraich. A factor which makes this town important is the international border
shared with the neighboring country, Nepal.
The district of Bahraich was part of the Great Nanpara Estate made up of lands belonging to the Raja of Nanpara.
According tro purana king Luv, the son of God Ram and Prasenjit ruled Bahraich. During period of exile Pandva also visited the place alongwith Mother Kunti.

Etymology
Bhars were ancient tribe inhabiting parts of astern Uttar Pradesh. The name Bahraich derives
from them. It is believed that there was an ancient Brahma Temple here (not present now), thus giving the city the name – Brahmaich, thus, Bahraich.It is also believed that Bahraich got its name from the Ashram of Mahirshi Bhar. bahraich was the land of Rishis, Munis(Hindu saint s ) ,Bhikhkhus (Bhudhhis tMonks ) .

Gonda

The territory covered by the present district of Gonda formed part of the ancient kingdom of Kosala . After the death of Rama he celebrated sovereign of the Solar line , who ruled Kosala the kingdom was divided into two portion the northern and southern the Ghaghara forming the boundary between the two .
The district was the part of Awadh province in reign of Mughals. At came in jurisdiction of Behraich Sarkar when Akbar divided Awadh and make two separate administrative centre Bahraich and Gorakhpur in Northern part of Ghaghra . The District was controlled by the ruler of Awadh till the annexation in feb .1856 Awadh was annexed by the British government and Gonda was separated from Bahraich. In British rule a commissionary was constituted for the administration of this area.Its head quarter was in Gonda & military command was in Sakraura Colonelganj. At the time of independence there were three Tehsil Gonda Sadar , Tarabganj and Uttraulla in the district . On1st July 1953 the Tehsil Uttraulla was bifurcated in two Tehsil namely Balrampur and Uttraulla . three new Tehsil were constituted in 1987 as Tulsipur, Mankapur and Colonelganj. Later on in 1997 district bifurcated in two part and Balrampur district was created including three Tehsil of north part , Gonda remains four Tehsil Gonda , Colonelganj , Tarabganj and Mankapur .
On the border district of Gonda and Shravasti lies a vast area of ruins known at the present day as Sahet Mahet or Set Mahet represents the ancient site of Shravasti which covered the region comprising of both the districts. The ancient history of both these districts therefore,is the history of Shravasti and region around it.It was the capital of Uttar Kosala. About 16 km. from Balrampur,83km. north of Ayodhya and 1,152km.from Rajgir.The town was founded by Sravasta.A king of Solar race Sahet.The first member of the twin name.Is applied to the site of the walled city of Shravasti.
Lau ruled Shravasti- Cush in Cushavati

The Vayu Purana and Uttra khand of the Ramayana speak of the two Kosala., and mention Shravasti as capital of north Kosala and Kusavati as that of the south Kosala. The two Kosalas are said to have been once under the suzerainty of one and the same king . The epic hero Rama,who had installed his son Kusa in south Kosala with its capital Kusavati at the foot of the Vindhyas and his son Lava in north Kosala with Shravasti as its capital.

Shravasti -Capital of Utter kosala

Shravasti -Capital of Lau's kingdom

Shravasti is the Savatthi or Savatthipura of the Buddhists and Chandrapura or chandrikapuri of the Jainas. Savatthi is the pali and ardhamagadhi form of the Sanskrit name Sravasti.
Nanpara is a city in Bahraich district. Itis a region along the Nepal Border and includes tracts of dense forests.
I want to remind you that Shrewsbury is the county town of Shropshire, in the west midlands region.Lying on the River severn . it is the primary settlement and headquarters of Shropshire council. It is the second largest town in the ceremonial county of of Shropshire, after Telford. Shropshire, Shewsburry clue to Shravasti?

Nanterre
Nanterre is a commune in the western suburbs of Paris, France. It is the préfecture (capital) of its Hauts-de-Seine département, as well as the seat of the Arrondissement of Nanterre. It is located in the Île-de-France région around 11.1 km. (6.9 miles) from Paris’ “Kilometre Zero” centre, and around 3 km (1.9 miles) from the city of Paris itself. Inhabitants of Nanterre are called Nanterriennes (feminine) and Nanterriens (masculine).
Eastern Nanterre, with the bordering communes of Courbevoie and Puteaux, hosts the Paris-dependent La Défense business district and some of the tallest buildings in the Paris region. The city of Nanterre also includes the University Paris X – Nanterre, one of the largest universities in the Paris region.
The lyrical clue to Nanpara
Now ,I am providing you link to mysterious lyric “Nanpara mi madre”. The lyric composed by José Luis Perales (born January 28, 1945 in Castejon, Cuenca Province). He is a Spanish Singer and song writer,who is very popular in Spain and Latin America.

If you belong to Bahraich area and can check language similarity then one can solve mystery easily. My soul says that Lyricist talk about Nanpara of Bahraich itself . The possibility of language similarity is open to us. One has to check it, then and then we can go further. But I want to finger out possibility. I am far away from Bahraich but wish that somebody will check it for sake of Ram… real Ram.

Link to Mysterious lyric Nanpara mi Madre

Lyrics to Nana Para Mi Madre
Madre, recuerdo aún
todo el amor que me diste tú,
todo el amor que me diste tú.

Madre, si alguna vez
quise dejarte, perdóname,
quise dejarte, perdóname.

Tal vez, la vida me cambiará
y encuentre al mirar atrás
los años que te robé.

Tal vez, la vida me sonreirá
y encuentre en algún lugar,
las cosas que ayer soñé.

Madre, si yo me voy
guarda mis cosas en un rincón,
guarda mis cosas en un rincón.

Madre, si yo me voy
planta unas flores en el balcón,
planta unas flores en el balcón.

Tal vez, cansado de caminar,
recuerde que hay un lugar,
que huela a tomillo y miel.

Tal vez, desprecie mi libertad
y busque la soledad
del campo que abandoné.

Madre, debo marchar;
alguien me espera en algún lugar,
alguien me espera en algún lugar.

Madre, regresaré,
toma mis manos y duérmete,
toma mis manos y duérmete.
Madre, recuerdo aún
todo el amor que me diste tú,
todo el amor que me diste tú.

Madre, si alguna vez
quise dejarte, perdóname,
quise dejarte, perdóname.

Tal vez, la vida me cambiará
y encuentre al mirar atrás
los años que te robé.

Tal vez, la vida me sonreirá
y encuentre en algún lugar,
las cosas que ayer soñé.

Madre, si yo me voy
guarda mis cosas en un rincón,
guarda mis cosas en un rincón.

Madre, si yo me voy
planta unas flores en el balcón,
planta unas flores en el balcón.

Tal vez, cansado de caminar,
recuerde que hay un lugar,
que huela a tomillo y miel.

Tal vez, desprecie mi libertad
y busque la soledad
del campo que abandoné.

Madre, debo marchar;
alguien me espera en algún lugar,
alguien me espera en algún lugar.

Madre, regresaré,
toma mis manos y duérmete,
toma mis manos y duérmete.
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At the end of the research

Burhadita/ Bretaigne/Bargujar/ Britannia

The deity of the sun temple in Katarmal is known as Burhadita or Vraddhaditya (the old Sun God). The temple, noted for its magnificent archit Bretaigne ecture, artistically made stone and metallic sculptures and beautifully carved pillars and wooden doors, has a cluster of 44 small, exquisitely carved temples surrounding it.

Link to Katarmal sun temple

Katarmal is 800-years old Sun Temple. The main deity of the Sun temple is commonly known as “Baraditya” facing east. This is the biggest temple in Kumaon region. This temple was built by Katarmal, the medieval king of Katyuri dynasty.

Link

Bretaigne

The oldest mention of terms related to the formal name of Britain was made by Aristotle (c. 384–322 BC), in his text On the Universe, Vol. III. To quote his works, “There are two very large islands in it, called the British Isles, Albion and lerne”. The archipelago has been referred to by a single name for over 2,000 years: the term British Isles derives from terms used by classical geographers to describe this island group.Pliny the Elder (c. 23–79 AD) in his Natural History (iv.xvi.102) records of Great Britain: “It was itself named Albion, while all the islands about which we shall soon briefly speak were called the Britanniae.”[ The earliest known name of Great Britain is Albion or insula Albionum (Almora?), from either the Latin albus meaning white (referring to the white cliff of Dover, the first view of Britain from the continent) or the “island of the Albiones”, first mentioned in the Massaliote Periplus and by Pytheans.
The name Britain descends from the Latin name for Britain, Britannia or Britt?nia, the land of the Britons. Old French Bretaigne (whence also Moderen French Bretagne) and Middle English Bretayne, ??Breteyne. The French form replaced the Old English Breoton, Breoten, Bryten, Breten (also Breoton-lond, Breten-lond). Britannia was used by the Romans from the 1st century BC for the British Isles taken together. It is derived from the travel writings of the ncient Greek Pytheans (Pithotagarh?) around 320 BC, which described various islands in the North Atlantic as far north as Thule (probably Norway).
Link

Now there is no doubt that Brithonic people of Ancient Britain has connection with “Burhadita “, the deity of Katarmal temple. There was three set of people group in ancient Britain. (1)Goidelic (Garhwal),(2) Brythonic or Cumbric( Kumaon –connected with “ Bruhaditya “ deity of Katarmal temple and (3) Picts (we call them Pakhtuns).

Bretagne/ Brythonic/ Burhadita
The Britons were speakers of the Brythonic (or Brittonic) languages. Brythonic languages are believed to have been spoken throughout the island of Britain. According to early mediaeval historical tradition, such as The Dream of Macsen wledig, the post-Roman Celtic-speakers of Armorica were colonists from Britain, resulting in the Breton language, a language related to Welsh and identical to Cornish in the early period and still used today. Thus the area today is called Brittany (Br. Breizh, Fr. Bretagne, derived from Britania).
The Brythonic languages developed from Proto -celtic, after it was introduced to the British Isles from the continent. The first form of the Brythonic languages is believed to be British. Some linguists have invented the terms western and Southwestren Brythonic to classify subsequent developments of the British language. The Western and Southwestern developed into Cumbric ,welsh, , Cornish, and Breton in Gaul. While Welsh, Cornish and Breton survive today, Cumbric became extinct in the 12th century.
Link

Link to Brythonic tribes

Link to Celts ,Goidelic , Brythonics

Madhyadesh / Uttarpradesh

Surprisingly present Uttarpradesh was known as Madhya desh (Midland) in ancient time. The following link says the story of Madhyadesh (Midland) of Bhatratvarsha.
Link

We forget our Burgujar clan of India belong to Lav nandan. Then how can we remember or recognise Brigantes tribe of Britain? That Founded and named Lav nandan (London), Thames (river Tamas) and river Soar (Saryu ). We betrayed Ram ..We said quit India to Ram.. Only Lav nandan can be clue to Ram. Valanda of Devashch East India company belong to Vanar race. We also said Quit India to Vanars who were helping Lav nandan to liberate Bharatvarsha. We betrayed Our own Gods. So Nitze’s madman come out with lantern on sunny days..and cried…”God is dead..We evrybody Killed him.”

Link to Brigantes tribe that reached Britain

Link to Bargujar tribe of India

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