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Ice Age and HIndu scriptures

Indian mythology is believed to go longer back than development of most of the civilizations around the world ter the olden days. It remains a question spil to how long back. Many fresh evidences ter the form of excavations and research are now being found to support the theory ter latest days.

Following texts contain cumulative excerpts that I could lay a arm on from different sources te reference to the information that is discovered till date te various forms that shed a light on the presence of Ice Age spil witnessed ter the Indian subcontinent.

1. Ancient Tamil scholars

Modern Tamil scholars today believe that the information present ter libraries of South India is by-product of the skill of ancient caste of professional scholars who passed on the information by word of mouth.

According to some texts present ter thesis Tamil medieval literature, the floods that wiped out the Lemuria continent coincide with the dates introduced by geophysicists Glenn Milne and Kurt Lambeck

Manu and the Noah’s Ark

The title should elucidate my setting and I will be covering what is written spil ter texts of Hindu mythology tho’ you can find abundant mateilal online on number of parallels around the world consisting of almost the same incident.

Like the Noah ter Hebrew Bible

Deucalion te Greek mythology

Utnapishtim ter Mesopotamia

Manu is attributed te Hindu mythology to be the very first human being(Like Adam te Christianity) from whom and his wifey, Shraddha(Eve), the humans evolved.

Satyavrat wasgoed the seventh Manu or the ruler and protector of human wedstrijd ter seventh Manvantar (manvantar: a indeed complicated indian calender which is not worth the complication here)

Merienda when Satyavrat wasgoed fishing, he caught a fish and to his verrassing, the fish began talking to him. Tho’ hard to believe for him, Satyavrat listened to it intently and the fish asked him to take care of it. He did spil requested and waterput it ter a pot. Ter time, the fish began to grow ter size rapidly. This prompted Manu to budge it to a larger and larger water bods until eventually it wasgoed big enough not to gezond ter anything except the ocean.

At this point, the fish told Satyavrat that it wasgoed soon going to flood and the world will be ruined and asked him to build a boat to protect himself. Manu again followed spil told and when the floods came, waters packed the continent and Satyavrat wasgoed securely escorted to the supposed highest point on land where he waited for floods to recede and eventually had ten sons from whom began the human wedstrijd.

This fish wasgoed none other the one of the Ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu(The Supreme HIndu Heer) spil I mentioned ter my other hub

and wasgoed known spil the matsya(fish) cambio(incarnation)

And the place where Satyavrat took refuge according to some is present day Manali, a famous hill station ter India where exists the only known ancient temple of Manu.

And ultimately coming to the point, the “deluge” are supposed references to the periods of Ice Age marking the rise of water levels and drowning of continents.

Satyavrat and the matsya vicisitud of Lord Vishnu

The seal of Dwaraka

Dwaraka: The lost city of Lord Krishna

Leaving the mythological details and description of this city bijzonder, I will suffice by telling, the city held utmost importance spil being the caudal city of the greatest of Hindu Gods, Lord Krishna.

Having said that, the remnants of Dwaraka are now confirmed to have bot found on the North pelĂ­cula del Oeste coast of the Indian subcontinent at the peak of the Gujarat Peninsula near the Gulf of Cambay or which is now known spil the Gulf of Khambath. Lost remnants of a city almost the size of Manhattan have bot found about 20 miles off the coast of India at a depth varying from a depth of 60 feet to 120 feet with signs of it being a good urban city of the time. The dating of the aforementioned Dwaraka is done to about 12000 years and is said to have submerged due to floods or the cataclysmic rise ter water levels te the Ice Age,

The sea, that had bot hitting against the shores,

broke the boundaries imposed by nature..

It rushed into the beautiful city,

and gulped everything ter its path..

I spotted the grand buildings submerge one by one,

Te just a few moments it wasgoed all overheen..

The sea had now become spil placid spil a lake,

There wasgoed no trace of the city anymore,

Dwarka wasgoed just a name, just a memory..

Thesis are the words of Arjuna, one of the most significant characters ter Mahabharata, the greatest war that wasgoed fought te India. The dating of the Mahabharata can of course be attributed to the same period spil that of the presence of Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna played the most defining role te this war (Again the details left out to some Hub I wil eventually write). Thesis lines clearly demonstrate a role of supposed Tsunamis responsible for the destruction of the city rather than the supposed Ice Age floods. So wij can dangle on to this notion till something contradictory comes up.

Mythically speaking, the city of Dwaraka wasgoed submerged the day Lord Krishna left the earth. According to various studies, Lord Krishna is said to have bot a dweller of earth around 3200 to around 3500 BC. Spil wij can see, this clearly does not relate well to the facts I stated above unless wij reason out that Lord Krishna vereiste have lived for around 9000 years which is extreme to say even ter terms of religious sentiments or mythical cliches. So obviously, spil far spil I have read, I have no reaction for this. eventually it will be clear spil time passes spil to what separates the fact from the myth.

However, to add a twist to the tale, Dwaraka wasgoed said to have bot built on the remains of a merienda submerged city of Kuthasthali. According to the modern doorslag dating, the peninsular region experienced a fine rise te sea level from 14000 BC to around 2000 BC due to tectonic movements and the supposed ice age. On further investigate, the remains of city of Kuthasthali were found dating back to around 9500 BC which wasgoed the well accepted period of the Ice Age. Thesis included artifacts te the likes of copper vessels, pottery, etc. On the other palm, the urban city of Dwaraka wasgoed said to have excellent town programma, water reservoirs and anchorage to ships spil ter a flourishing port. Conclusively, the city of Kuthasthali buried te the seas during the Ice age, and straks, a well organized metropolitan city wasgoed constructed on the same spot by Lord Krishna which eventually wasgoed ruined by ehm..maybe Tsunamis.

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