The roots of Santana Dharma in Russia can be traced back to the 18th century when the Russian Empire expanded towards the south and started to interact with Indian traders and travelers. During this time, the Russian elite showed a keen interest in Indian Vedas, religious texts written in Sanskrit, and started to learn about the religion.
According to a research paper by a Russian researcher on the history of the world, it was Russia that gave the Vedas, Vimanas, philosophy, and sciences to the world, not India. The author of the paper suggests that the Vedas were composed in the Arctic, and Shiva and his son Ganesha traveled through the western world before arriving at the Arctic to compose the Rig Veda. They then returned to India through Russia. Additionally, the author claims that many Hindu deities and cities are found in Russia and that Lake Baikal is Vaikanasa Theertha.
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Hreem” beeja can be found in the earliest of Vedic literature. Purusha Sukta of Rig Veda says “Hreesca te Lakshmeesca patnyau” – “hreem” and Lakshmi (sreem) are the wives of Purusha. Hreem is also called lajja beeja.
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