In continuation of the series on the word "Ram", and trying to see how ancient and how common the word spread, and what was the basis and the reason for this phenomenon, like one would find the names "Christ" , "Christy", "Chris", "Christian", "Krity", "Kris", "Kristian", and so on.
Same with Mohammad, Mohammat, Mahamat, Mahamad, etc. Please, 'Mat' in Sanskrit means "opinionated" as well as it is a suffix for converting verbs into Active Present Participles, with "Maan", for Singular, "Maant" for other variations with stronger inflections, and "Mat" for the weaker ones. Reverend Mohammad Saahib was Quereshi, same as Kureshi, or Chureshi, Shureshi, and Sureshi, which means 'Sun God Worshiper', and was from a clan of priests who were also Sun Worshipers.
He was boycotted by his clan because he challenged their authority when he saw the superstition and corruption prevailing on both sides, on people side as well as on the priest side. So it could also mean "Great Opinionated", besides "The One Who Becomes Great".
He had his vision of Divinity when he was meditating in a cave when he was following the fast of Ramaa-adaan - before he started his struggle in Kaaba, before he was kicked out by the clan and there were series of military battles and strifes over many years, and it eventually led to his victory, return to Kaaba and the starting of Islam. He had a nephew whose wife was called "Hinduja" which is a Sindhi last name. He was boycotted by his clan because he challenged their authority when he saw the superstition and corruption prevailing on both sides, on people side as well as on the priest side. So it could also mean "Great Opinionated", besides "The One Who Becomes Great". I just wanted to make sure people understand the significance of the corruptions of the words going on here.
Anyway, coming back to the original topic, Inti Raymi has another connection is with the "Solar God". Also note that "Inti" is nothing but "Indi", which is "Hindu" and "Sindhu" corruptions. "S" -> "Sh" -> "H" -> "A" -> " " and joins with the vowel sound of the next vowel. So Sindhu -> Shindu -> Hindu -> Indu -> Indu-ia (as adjective where Hindus live) -> India. "H" is a soft Aspirate sound and can become "A". I have given a lot of references in the previous postings. "S" and "Sh" are Dental and Palatal Sibilant "S" sounds.
Also, other variations are, Ramesys, Ramesy, Ramsey, Ramsy, Ramse, Ramey, and Rame. Hopefully this should close this subject for a while.