The Conquest of India by the Carpatho-Danubian People
As the Pelasgians left the Carpatho-Danubian space heading for the east, they settled down for a while in the Caucasian Mountains; then they moved on eastwards, as their population increased considerably, eventually reaching India, after a rarely smooth and peaceful migration.
Once here, they settled on the superior bank of the Indus and named the river SINDHU.
Probably when the Persians conquered this territory (in 518 BC) they had a hard time pronouncing it as such and changed it to HINDU, which the Greeks later turned into INDOS.
The slaughter of Harappa (fig. 80), attributed to the Carpatho-Danubians, took place in 2,000 BC, 4000 years ago.; thousands of years had to pass until in 1826 a deserter of the British army by the name of Charles Masson wrote about "The Ruins of a Brick Castle," and thus convinced Sir Alexander Cunningham to visit it, 20 years later, in the winter of 1873.
However, he Harappa mysteries would always tempt and fascinate archeologists; ever since, especially since human skeletons of Caucasian, Mediterranean origin were unearthed in a local graveyard (Ancient Mysteries, Rupert Furneaux, p.93). The above mentioned author speaks of the Vedic, Aryan literatures and especially of Rig Vega which mentions Hari-Yupuya (Harappa?) and about a battle scene in which the Carpatho-Danubian Aryan invaders besiege fortified fortresses; reference could only be made to Harappa and Mahenjo-daro.
Sir Mortimer Wheeler was, according to the above mentioned author (and not only to him) probably the most zealous advocate of the theory holding that the Harappa civilization was destroyed by the Aryans; he was appointed director of and supervised the entire archeological research work done in India between 1944-1948.
His approach was to be challenged 40 years later, in 1984, by K.A.R. Kennedy from Cornell University, but as Sir Wheeler was no longer around to reply, I would like to take the opportunity to speak on his behalf: "If the Harappa culture did not disappear after the Carpatho-Danubian invasion, how come the invaders themselves vanished, leaving no traces behind, or leaving, as Sir Wheeler put it, "nothing but a name?" How could the nomad Carpatho-Danubians, mainly a people of breeders, give birth not only to a new religion, but found splendid cities that outlived them to this day? How could the greatest and most complex literature in the world have come from these Carpatho-Danubian people? Actually, the whole Vedic literature is based on four texts (the oldest being Rig-Veda, Yajur-Veda and Sama-Veda, the later Athara-Veda and two poems resembling the Iliad and the Odyssey only two thousand years older; Ramnayana and Mahabharata have preserved a toponimy echoing that of the Aryan Carpatho-Danubians' homeland and share the same main theme - the enmity and rancor between two families fighting over the throne of Bahataral (according to some, today's Banat-Romania).
As a child I remember I was struck by the sound of some Romanian toponimic words which I thought were meaningless. Here are a few examples:
TAMAS FALAU. What did they mean and why did our ancestors give these places these specific names? What meaning did they carry then? One of the Vedic gods bears the name of TAMASH. Could this be just a coincidence? Can there be any connection between TAMASH, the god and TAMAS FALAU, a village 30 km away from Brasov? 5 km from TAMAS lies …
PAVA, other Romanian village. What a strange sounding name! The Vedics have AGNI, the god of fire (it reminds one of AGNI-TA, Romanian city), formerly called PAVA-KA. But skeptics will say again these are mere coincidences.
22 km away from the village Budila (the name of the brother-in-arms of Brasiva, the great Raman) lies MOACSA. Another strange name which reminds one of the old Vedic god of Unity and Infinity - MOKSHA. Can they all be coincidences? HARA, the god of physical power may have helped create the word HORA.
HARNAU (possibly deriving from HORA-MANI).
All these villages surround the mountain peak BARATAU, the latter bearing the name of BHARA-TA, the Carpatho-Danubian-Aryan hero under whose rule the Ramans conquered a great part of India and whose gallant deeds are mentioned in the MAHA-BHARATA.
These so-called coincidences should be enough for any decent man; only the Romanian specialists are hard to awaken from their apathetic watch over the "purity" of our language.
However, their "wake" may not be that fortunate. I can only mention again Nicolae Miulescu and his enthusiasm and unremitting search for our real origins.
Here is yet another village.
SANDRA, echoing the name of the old Vedic god of the Moon: CHIANDRA (the name Sandru is spread throughout Banat mostly and in Ardeal).
The toponimic list does not stop here. Those who are not "perverted" by the history colleges and universities will surely notice the multitude of resemblances.
Here are a few more examples of mountains bearing Vedic names.
· OM (OM is a sacred Vedic syllable, previously mentioned in the book), and every Romanian call each other at list 10 time per day OM, meaning "man"; we have the mountain Om.
· NEGAE (the Negoiu' Mountain)
· PAPUSHAN (PAPUSA - "doll" in Romanian and also a lake having the same name)
· SHIRI - the goddess of abundance and wealth (or SRI - see the Siriu Mountain)
Let us see what followed the conquest of India by the Carpatho-Danubian-Aryans; they divided it into social classes, the first three belonging to the conquerors, long initiated in the mysteries of the Vedic spirituality and said to have been born twice.
· The Ramans (later known as Brahmans): priests, poets, and rite and ritual specialists;
· The KASHA- TRYAS( the house - Kasa, in Romanian language- defenders) - the tribe chiefs;
· The VAI-SHY-AS ( vai-si-amar, in Romanian language, poor them) represented by the lowest class of those born twice;
· The SHUDRA was the class of the native non-Aryan Negroid population, those who did the daily grind ( Su-doa-rea, in Romanian language meaning, those who perspire a lot).
ANCIENT INDIA: Land of Mystery (Time-Life Book, Alexandria, Virginia) describes the Aryans as an aggressive, half-nomad population, believing in strong warrior gods, who would attack, sending out lightening from their war carts.
The Carpatho-Danubians conquered India, but never forgot their native land, where their Vedic gods "lived", the Carpatho-Danubian space - Dacia. Daksha, the most beautiful place on earth, the land of the gods that they had left behind, was the country chosen by the seven gods of Genesis, ruled by Daksha; the latter populated this land overnight with his own first 10,000 sons, the Dacians, the chosen ones.
The Vedic people would return to visit it, in a pilgrimage, going back along the Road of Gods, the Road of BYK as the Upanishade-Kanshitaki describes it; the Europeans too later discovered and conquered America, and laid the foundations of the greatest civilization today and still turn back home, from time to time. We too, long ago, after invading and conquering India, created a prehistoric civilization, but never forgot the way home; pilgrims to the Land of Gods, we would march along the road built in the honor of Byk (the name "the Road of Bac" may have derived from it).
These Carpatho-Danubians coming from the banks of the Tisa (Pa-Thissus), down the Nistru, Tyros, or along the greatest and strongest river in Europe (bearing the name of the Rain Goddess, DANU, mother of rain) preserved their customs and language (the so-called Sanskrit); this heritage made them "more" immortal than the gods themselves.
That's why when the great god Daksha offered the Dacians, his chosen people, the spiral as a symbol it was because he wished them to spread like it.
As our brothers, the A-Romanians ( macedoniens), put it, damned be he who forgets his language and his people!
The comeback of the great tribe chief, BRASIVA, the Raman, probably brought up the toponimic Brasov, today one of the largest city in Romania. Around the city one finds "traces", villages, left by his brothers-in-arms, VUDILA, the later BUDILA and Djava, the son of SHARKARA (Sercaia).
In the middle of Brasov there is a hill called VARTE; in old Sanskrit, the Vedic word VARTA meant "country" (VATRA in Romanian language having exactly the same meaning). VARTA BRASIVA may mean the country (VATRA) of Brasiva.
Sercaia, Brasov, and Budila are themselves surrounded by villages bearing names of old Vedic gods, as we have previously mentioned.
Uddalaca, the Raman (Brahman) who had joined the rebel Ramans, once back home in Daksa-Dacia, settled down at UDA along the Valley of Veda, close to the monastery LACHU-MANA, not far from Topana, Vetu.
A furtive look at the map of this territory easily makes one see that this central Raman settlement was surrounded by others supporting it. Let me quote Marius Vivekananda whose words speak of "Promanteu my forefather/ The old wise Raman/ Ancestor of the Romanian people."(1984)
DACIA, a Raman country
Older than millenniums
Centuries ago first mentioned
Its name's speaking for itself.
It was DAKSA the god who
Gave birth to its people,
Believers in the spiral.
Dacia, where the shepherds settled down
Residence and capital,
An Aryan fortress.
The old house of light
Of the "Vedic" without blame
Noble and legendary.
Romania, around you
There has never been a void!
All over our country's body
Are still alive and present
True monuments of life!
TAMAS of FALAU
Close to Brasov.
MOACSA, SANDRA, even PAVA
Speak about our ancestry.
Vedic gods millenniums old
Watch over our people.
Locked deep inside the words,
Words from languages as old
Our forefathers, the Ramans,
Ancestral as their language.
Which they also called Sanskrit,
Offered the world
A language, a culture
And a mystery.
Our people - onlookers only now.
Wait till we raise again our foreheads
And stand up straight like the Negoiul
Having the Siriu on our side
Let's be as strong as TITANUS
Or like the Ramans were before.
Let us all live in harmony,