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History of Andhra since 4th Millennium BCE
The last King of Kanva Dynasty (7th dynasty to rule Magadha Kingdom), Susarma was killed by his general and minister by name Sindhuka or Srimukha (an Andhra Brahmin) who ascended to the throne of Magadha in 833 BCE. This article is in continuation with series of…

Chanakya and Chandragupta Maurya ruled Magadha from 1534 BCE
Chanakya and Chandragupta Maurya (16th century BCE) were confused with Chandragupta (4th century BCE) by Indian historians. This error created a gap of almost 1200 years in History. This article is continuation in Series of List of Magadha Kings since 4159 BCE. Chanakya wanted to replace…

Gautama Buddha Year of Birth is 1887 BCE
Indian history written by Britishers have tried to fix most of the events 1000 years later to match their idea of the world being created in 4004 BCE. In this process, many western historians including Sir Willian Jones have tried to merge Chandra Gupta-Maurya with Chandra…

VIBGYOR and curing diseases through Sun Rays in Rig & Atharva Veda
Vibgyor (Violet, Indigo, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Red) colors are found by modern science in white light or sunlight. But they have been discovered thousands of years back by ancient Indian seers through Vedas. Atharva Veda (5:30:15) says that Sun rays save us from certain causes…

Ancient Gandhara Kingdom (Kandahar, Afghanistan)
Ancient Gandhara Kingdom was located in parts of modern-day northern Pakistan and eastern Afghanistan. Gandhāra was located mainly in the Peshawar Valley, Pothohar Plateau and the Kabul River Valley. Its main cities were Purushapura (modern day Peshawar), meaning “city of men”, and Takshashila (modern day Taxila).…

Dolphin was Vishnu as Matsyavatara, Noah’s Ark
Matsya (Sanskrit: मत्स्य, means “Fish“) is the avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu in the form of a fish, who rescued the first man, Manu, from a great deluge. Matsya Purana and Srimad Bhagavatam narrate similar stories of a king named Satyavrata (Vaivasvata Manu) who was…

Pre Jewish Canaanite Religion has Vedic Gods & Names
Pre Jewish Canaanite religion was followed by Ancient Semitic religions living in the ancient Levant (modern regions of Israel, the West Bank, Gaza Strip, Lebanon, Jordan and Syria) between early Bronze age (3000 BCE) till 1st century of Common Era. Child sacrifices were done by Canaanites…

Tracing the lost, dried River Saraswati
Saraswati (Sanskrit: सरस्वती नदी sárasvatī nadī) is the only Indian River of ancient times, which was referred to many times in Vedas. It was called Ambitame, Naditame, Devitame – the Best of mothers, Best of rivers and Best of goddesses in the Rig Veda. There are…

Mahabharata was originally named ‘Jaya’ with 8800 slokas
Mahabharata today has 100,000 slokas and is believed to be written by Sage Veda Vyasa, but in reality it was narrated by him and written by Lord Ganesha. When first narrated, it had only 8,800 slokas and Mahabharata original name was ‘Jaya‘ (Jayam) as written by…