Thursday, April 14, 2016

Phyrgia - PhyraNGi

Phyrgia is a place in Modern Antolia.

This place carries the foot print of Vedic Aryans.  Read on Hittites and Mittanis and Göbekli Tepe where the Stone Head of Shaved Vedic Priest with Tonso was found.

"Phyrangi" means Foreigner in India - not White or Yellow as India had its own share.  So it means that at one time people from this land interacted with Indians. 

Phyrangi also means someone with a lot of hair. But knowing Hittites and Mittanis were Vedic Aryans, todays Modern Turkey and Antolia, and they had Ramaynic Names, it is fair to say Phyrigia were populated by people from Cold Regions and not Intermediate or Hot Regions, as they would not have a lot of hair on their bodies.

So the notion of "India" would that some people from India left for this place and and people from this place came to India. 

That means that the Notion of India was as far as Turkey at one time - like the notion of Greek was as far as Central India.

This is the place where on finds Ramayanic like names of people.  And in Iraq Sumer, they have already found inscriptions in Sanskrit and sculptures of the entourage of Ram, Sita and Laxman, like one found in some Italian caves.

Candle - caNDa and caNDal

The English Candle is connected with the Hindi and Sanskrit word "caNDa" and "caNDal".

The 'caNDa' one is cow-dung baked dried and used for fire and cooking.

In the process of sourcing the fire, the source is called 'caNDal'

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Etymology - iti-mal-loky(a)

etymology in Sanskrit is "iti-mal-loki".

Etymology is the study of the history of words, their origins, and how their form and meaning have changed over time.

etymology or etymollogy - as "l" can be doubled as one of rules in Sanskrit - or ety-mol-logy.
It means "iti" or Thus - Logy or "Loky(a)" or a Special World Look - field - of "mal", modification, morphology or corruption.