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Proof of King Janamejaya donated lands to temples in 3013 BC
In Mahabharat, King Janamejaya was great-grandson of Arjuna (3rd among Pandavas) and copper plate inscriptions dating back to 3012-3013 BC have been found about his donations to Hampi and Kedarnath temples. Both the inscriptions written in Sanskrit on copper plates …

Ravanahatha brought from Lanka to India by Hanuman
Ravanahatha (ravanhatta, rawanhattha, ravanastron, ravana hastha veena) is an ancient bowed violin invented in Lanka (present day Sri Lanka) by its ruler Ravana during Ramayana era. It is made of a cut coconut shell that is covered with …

Etruscan God Typhon similar to Garuda & Hanuman
Etruscan civiliaztion existed with a distinct language and culture during the period of earliest European writing, in the Mediterranean Iron Age in the second half of the first millennium BCE. Most of Etruscan religion and mythology became part of classical …

Ramayana sites in Sri Lanka
Although Ramayana is believed to have happened many years ago, it has geographical traces from North to South India, and more specifically in Sri Lanka. Apart from Rama Setu (Adam’s bridge) between Dhanuskodi and Sri Lanka, one can find many …

Jambavantha Race in Ramayana were not Bears
Jambavan or Jambavantha was depicted in Ramayana as a Riksha-Raja. He is really the first of these races who walked on two legs and were created directly by the creator Brahma. Puranas have clearly described that there are many …

Lost City of the Monkey God (La Ciudad Blanca) in Honduras
La Ciudad Blanca [la sjuˈðad ˈblɑnkɑ], Spanish for ‘The White City‘) is a legendary settlement said to be located in the Mosquitia region of eastern Honduras (in Central America). Charles Lindberg, during one of his flights …

Hanuman Chalisa calculates distance between Sun & Earth
Goswami Tulsidas, who was a great devotee of Lord Ram, wrote Hanuman Chalisa describing the greatnes of Lord Hanuman in Ramayana. It was written in ‘Awadhi‘ language during early 16th century and Chalisa word is derived from ‘…