MAYADANAWA

Mayadanava and Beyond

VEDIC AND EGYPTIAN DEITIES

by Rodney Lingham http://satyavidya.com/egypt.htm Amun-Ra was the Egyptian Sun-God. His name appears strikingly like the ancient Vedic Term for Indra, as ‘Idamdra’, from which Indra is said to have been … Continue reading

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Vastu Shastra

By Muktirajsinhji Chauhan, School of Architecture at Ahmedabad http://www.archaeologyonline.net/artifacts/vastu-shastra.html Adherence to Vastu Shastra, the ancient and medieval canons on city planning and architecture, has suddenly assumed tremendous significance, particularly among … Continue reading

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Adityas, daityas, danavas – space aggressors from Indian legends, white and black gods, forefathers of mankind

by A.V.Koltypin, 2009 Disappeared inhabitants of the Earth > Space aliens > Humanlike creatures>Adityas, daityas and danavas – white and black gods and demons, sons of goddesses Adity, Dity and … Continue reading

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Danava Maya and Mayans of America

by Jijith Nadumuri In this article, now expanded into a series of articles, I focus on Danava Maya who is mentioned extensively in Ancient Indian literature in Sanskrit and Tamil … Continue reading

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Maya Danava in Srimad-Bhagavatam

SB Canto 1 The demon Maya Dānava was an inhabitant of the forest Khāṇḍava, and when the Khāṇḍava Forest was set on fire, he asked protection from Arjuna. SB 1.15.8, … Continue reading

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Asura & Danavas

By Wikipedia In Hinduism, the Asuras (Sanskrit: असुर) are a group of power-seeking deities, sometimes considered sinful and materialistic. The Daityas and Danavas together are Asuras. The Asura were opposed to theDevas. Both groups are children of Kasyapa. However, … Continue reading

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Danu: The Mother of the Danavas.

Dānu, a Hindu primordial goddess, is mentioned in the Rigveda, mother of the Danavas. The word Danu described the primeval waters which this deity perhaps embodied. In the Rigveda (I.32.9), she is identified as … Continue reading

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Zoroastrian Gatha: an interim Revelation in context of Avestan/Vedic and early Aryans’ religious blunder

By Dr.P.R.Palodhi While Abrahamic monotheism was revitalizing the religion of God, a different development was taking place in early Aryans’ religion. This especially reflected in the context of Indo-Iranians who … Continue reading

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Were the Mayas’ Pyramids Built By the Vedic Architect Maya?

By Marcus Schmieke Nowadays, it is generally known that Columbus was not the first to discover America. In the course of centuries, almost every seafaring culture set out to the … Continue reading

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Vedic Origins of Europeans: The Children of Danu

By Dr. David Frawley (Pandit Vamadeva Shastri) This article shows how the Proto-European Aryans, like the Celts, were originally a Vedic people called the Danavas or Sudanavas (good Danavas) connected … Continue reading

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