Rama First Nation Ontario Canada

Tribes from India spread throughout the world.Almost all cultures speak of World floods,between three and Five in number. Early Indian texts speak of the same. Indian Puranas speak of Tsunami ,Great flood as one of the causes for destruction of the world.

Tamil classics speak of Three Great Tsunamis.

All these triggered migration and the tribes of India spread everywhere because of Tsunamis and Mahabharata war.

Sage Agastya moved families out of Dwaraka.Parashurama moved Families to Kerala from the North of Vindhyas.

Sage Viswamitra banished his sons to Dravida Desa ,Lemuria.

The tribes of Yadu left and settled in Middle-east ,Israel.

Because of such migration ,one finds the remains, influence of Sanatan Dharm throughout the world.

One finds Rama Sita festival in Mexico, Hanuman in Honduras, Asthabuja Devi Worshipped Mexico Siva temple in Mexico,Rama people in Nicaragua,Rama Religion,Rama Language in Nicaragua and Honduras,Siva temple in Colorado,Vishnu temple in Grand Canyon…..


I have provided Links to some of my articles in this post.

You may find others by Googling the detach term + ramanan50 to know more.

Now we find Rama Nation in Ontario,Canada!

Chippewas of Rama First Nation, also known as Chippewas of Mnjikaning and Chippewas of Rama Mnjikaning First Nation, is an Anishinaabe (Ojibway) First Nation located in the province of Ontario in Canada. The name Mnjikaning, or fully vocalized as Minjikaning, refers to the fishing weirs at Atherley Narrows between Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching and it means “in/on/at or near the fence”.

Rama is one of the Williams Treaties First Nations which consists of Rama, Beausoleil, Georgina Island, Scugog Island, Curve Lake, Hiawatha and Alderville, Together these Nations have a large Treaty area comprising Treaty 18, 16, 5, 20, 27, 27 1/4, Crawford Purchase and the Gunshot Treaty.

Rama sits on approximately 2,350 acres (951 ha) of land on eight separate parcels. It was once known as Mnjikaning and Rama Mnjikaning but after a community referendum has since re-assumed the name of Chippewas of Rama First Nation. There are 1600 members with approximately 700 living on the reserve and about 900 living off the reserve.

The First Nation is adjacent to a 4,500-year-old wooden stake fishing weir system which at one time sustained many Native peoples but, it is not clear who actually built this structure. The First Nation’s main reserve, the 908.4 hectares (2,245 acres)  Indian Reserve, is located approximately 5 kilometres (3 mi) northeast of Orillia, Ontario. Rama First Nation is geographically located within the Township of Ramara, but functions separately. Rama First Nation is also home to 195,000-square-foot (18,100 m2) Casino Rama and Entertainment Complex.

Casino Rama

The people are descendants of the Chippewas of Lakes Huron and Simcoe (1800’s) and were part of the Coldwater (1836) experiment before settling on the eastern shores of Lake Couchiching. While the ancestors used clan markings/drawings for signatures, original family names were replaced with English names. Many of the families currently living on and off the reserve include these original family names such as Benson, Ingersoll, Williams, Douglas, Shilling, Simcoe, Snache, St. Germain, Stinson, Yellowhead, Sandy, Sawyer, Anderson and York. Some later name additions (mainly due to marriage) include Comego, Cottrell, Cote, Desormeaux, Genno, Noganosh, Muir, Stiles, Watson, Graham, McPhee, McRae and others’

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2 responses to “Rama First Nation Ontario Canada”

  1. I thought they traveled eastward like Buddhism and not westward. They moved towards Thailand, Indonesia, perhaps Japan and all the way to Hawaii islands. May perhaps to Maya civilization as well.


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