Rama Language Rama Religion Nicaragua Honduras


The term Rama seems to have been prevalent in early religions.

Sumerian and Minoan civilizations speak of Rama and Rama,Dasaratha and Bharata are found in Sumerian Kings List.

Lord Rama’s Chapel is found in UR,Iraq.

The land mass we call as Australia  Americas and Africa were once a part of a super continent,Rodina.

Santana Dharma was present throughout Rodina.

Australian tribes perform Shiva’s Trinetra Dance,The Third Eye Dance of Shiva and Australian tribes are found with Lord Vishnu’s marks in their body.

And Lord Rama’s ancestor Vaivaswatha Manu was from the southern region of equator and meditated in Madagascar when a Tsunami struck the southern region.

Sita Rama festival is celebrated in Mexico, Hanuman temple is found in Honduras.Makaratdwaja temple is found in Central America.

We find the presence of Rama people in Nicaragua!

https://www.google.com/amp/s/ramanan50.wordpress.com/2016/12/22/rama-people-nicaragua-dravidian-origin/amp/

The Rama people of Nicaragua speak a language called Rama Language.

The Rama language is severely endangered. Their language was described as “dying quickly for lack of use” as early as the 1860s (Pim & Seemann 1869:280). By 1980, the Rama were noted as having “all but lost their original ethnic language”, and had become speakers of a form of English creole instead (Craig 1990:293). In 1992, only approximately 36 fluent speakers could be found among an ethnic population of 649 individuals in 1992 (Craig 1992). The number of speakers on Rama Cay island was only 4 in 1992. There have been several language revitalization efforts. The fieldwork for the first dictionary of Rama was done during this time by Robin Schneider, a graduate student from the University of Berlin (Rigby & Schneider 1989).It is spoken in Honduras and Nicaragua

Personal pronounsIndependentPrefixI, menaas, nan-you (sg.)maam-he/him, she/her, ityaingi-, y-we, usnsutnsu-you (pl.)mlutm- -lutthey, themanutan-

The independent pronouns are often used as subjects: Nah tawan ki aakar “I live in Bluefields” (I town in stay), Maa kalma apaakut? “Can you sew a dress?” (you dress sew-IRREALIS), Yaing taaki “He/She is going”. They may also be complements of postpositions: Naing airung ning nguu ki aakar nah u “My mother lives in this house with me” (my mother this house in stay I with), maa kang “from you“, Walsa anut su tabiu “The tiger came out at them” (tiger they at came-out). Note that -ut changes to -ul before a vowel, for example in nsul u “with us”.

The prefix forms of the pronouns are used as subject prefixes with verbs: Neli aa nitangu “I gave it to Nelly” (Nelly OBJECT I-gave), Tamaik suulikaas niaukut “Tomorrow I will cook some meat” (tomorrow meat I-will-cook), Taa u mtaaku? “With whom did you go?” (who with you-went), Itaaku “he/she went”, Ipang su ansiiku “They came to the island” (island in they-came). In the second person plural, m- is prefixed and -lut suffixed to the verb.

Rama is one of the indigenous languages of the Chibchan family spoken by the Rama people on the island of Rama Cay and south of lake Bluefields on the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua. Other indigenous languages of this region include Miskito and Sumu (Craig 1992). Rama is one of the northernmost languages of the Chibchan family (Craig 1990:293).

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rama_language

The Name of their religion is Rama Cay.

Their Ethnicity is Rama.

It is essential ,in the light of the presence of Rama name in some aspect of the Lives of the people around the world,while no other name seems of ancients have been as much popular,and now in The form of a language as Rama Language, that detailed Research is undertaken to unravel the history of Rama around the world.



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