Tag: Ayodhya

Ayodhya of Rama Center of Sumeria

The import is that ,having been slighted by a Kshatriya,Parashurama decided to show that though Brahmins are soft by Nature and volition,they are not pushovers if the set their minds to.

So he fought Kings,especially the Heheya Kings,to which Karthaviryurjuna belonged.

This area was in the Narmada valley and areas surrounding it.

Probable he crossed the Arabian Sea as well.

One may recall that he created land out of sea to carve out what is present Kerala State in India.

One may also recall that Parashurama settled down in South India and the Akkadian connection to Tamil.

*Kinly check my articles on Rama Empire,Ellu in Akkadian Empire.

No Ram Mandir In Ayodhya,The Hindu Wendy Doniger

Rama with Kodanda,Bow.jpg

It takes audacity of the best/worst kind to deny a fact outright.

The intention to denigrate Hinduism and its culture started from Islamic period and it was carried on in a more subtle and systematic manner by the British firstly by publishing ‘First History of India’ by James Stuart Mill from England who without even visiting during the 12 years it took him to write the ‘History’ where he begins by asserting that the world did not begin before 4000 years ago and Indians were barbarians and steeped in superstitions

Sitas Birth Place Punaura Dham Sitamarhi Haleshwarnath

The birthplace of Sita is disputed.Janakpur of Mithila in Eastern-Madhesh Plain of Southern Nepal and North-East Bihar and Sitamarhi,Bihar, India near the Nepalese border are described as Sita’s birthplace.

Be that as it may, let us see about Sitamarhi, Bihar being referred to as the birth place of Sita.

I shall be examining about these places in the forthcoming posts.