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Vedic Records on Early Aryans
Vedic Records on Early Aryans

Vedic Records on Early Aryans

by L N Renu

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Language

English

Publisher

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan

ISBN

81072763468 - Year: 2004 - Pages: 265

Binding

Hardcover

L N Renu

Author: L N Renu
Publisher: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
Year: 2004
Language: English
Pages: 265
ISBN/UPC (if available): 81072763468

Description

The author holds that there was no Aryan race. Followers of Aryan cult were called Aryans. Dasas were made Aryans. Others were made Aryans. On their learning to kindle fire and articulate AUM, the Devas, who according to Vedic records were human beings, were the first to be called Aryans. They conducted many important experiments. There was a split on the performance of Yagnas. The non-performers were forced not to call themselves Avratas. The non-violent among them became Shudras. The Aryan cult spread all over the country and abroad.

A group of Ahis settled in a tract which was called Ahiganasthana, now Afghanistan. The tract where USA settled was called Usabhagasthana, the modern Uzbegistan. Panis settled in Panisthana which was later called Phoenicia. The land where Asuras settled was called Asuria, the modern Syria. Shambara's one hundred resorts were on Sahyadri.

Some groups retained totemic names like Suryavanshis and Chandravanshis. Jats are the progeny of Jatayu.

The author says that there was one Veda to start with which underwent various editions, the sixth of which was in the well-known four parts. These parts also underwent various editions called Shakhas, only a dozen of which are available today.

Contents

DEDICATION

PREFACE

DIACRITICAL MARKS

ABBREVIATIONS

1. Everyone made Aryan
2. Dasas made Aryan
3. Dasyu Called Himself Arya
4. Anyavratas
5. Asuras
6. Dasas
7. Ahis
8. Dasyus
9. Panis
10. Shudras
11. Airyana Aryans
12. Devas
13. Uncommon Names
14. Vedas and RsiS
15. The Aryan cult

APPENDICES

Mantras/Pasages Quoted
Their Rsis
Their Devatas

BIBLIOGRAPHY

INDEX

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