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Arctic Home in the Vedas (abridged - 184pp) (Used)
by Tilak, B. G.
Binding: Hardcover with dust jacket
Book ID: 9788189297169, 8189297163
Vijay Goel 2005. 190 pages - abridged. Edited by Mahendra Kulasrestha.
"Early Aryans lived in the Polar regions which had a mild and pleasant climate."
A significant Vedic research based on astronomical references, carried out over a century ago, which suggests that the spring equinox was in the constellation Orion -- Agrahayana of the Vedas -- at that time 'unmistakably point to a period not later than 4000 B.C., strikingly corroborated by the traditions of Iran and Greece.'
A non-technical book on a fascinating subject related to India's heritage and its influence on world history.
The obscure and unintelligible passages in the Rigveda disclose the polar attributes of the Vedic deities or has traces of an ancient arctic calendar; while the Iranian Avesta expressly tells us that the happy land of Airyana Vaijo, or the Aryan Paradise, was located in a region where the sun shone but once a year, and that it was destroyed by the invasion of snow and ice, which rendered its climate inclement and necessitated a migration southward.
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