MEEN/FISH IN RIG VEDA IS NOT A TAMIL WORD!! HINDUS DID NOT COME FROM WEST!!(Post.8893)

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Post No. 8893

Date uploaded in London – –5 NOVEMBER 2020   

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I WANT TO EXPLODE TWO HYPOTHESES.

1.MIN OR MEEN/A IN THE RIG VEDA IS NOT A TAMIL WORD; I HAVE ALREADY SHOWN NEER/WATER IS NOT A TAMIL WORD BECAUSE IT IS IN ANCIENT GREEK (NEREIDS- WATER NYMPHS; NARAYANA- GOD WHO HAS ABODE IN WATER IS IN HINDU SCRIPTURES)

2.THE ACCEPTED THEORY IS THAT MEN MARCHED FROM WEST TOWARDS EAST AND FROM NORTH TOWARDS SOUTH.

THESE TWO ARGUMENTS MUST BE BINNED AND THE REASONS ARE GIVEN BELOW:-

Greek is an ancient Indo- European language closely related to its oldest sister Sanskrit; Latin comes next. So any word found in them is of Sanskrit origin. Nereids has the root Neer, the word for water in Tamil

And I found now, from 2700 year old Ashtadhyayi of Panini , that the root word for Meena is also there in Sanskrit.

Sutra 5-4-6 says ‘visaarino matsye’

Vaisaarinah – fish (Poissons in French; pronounced ‘pwaason’)

Visaarin- slippery, slip from your hand

V= P or F

Visarinah= Pisces

Pisces – fish

Fish- Mish, Meen

When there is no hissing S or H or G or J, Tamil takes different sounds to replace it. It takes liberty to form its own phoneme.

Tamil is a defective language because one can’t bring out the same sound that exists in other languages. It may be true with other languages as well. But Tamil lacks lots of Phonemes and so they can’t express all the sounds in Indo European or Semitic languages.

Sanskrit is the only ancient language that can express all the  sounds up to 95 %. It lacks only short ‘e’ and short ‘o’

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How Visarinah becomes Pisces and Pisces becomes Meen?

V = F or P and V=M (some are Sanskrit words; but my thesis  is Tamil and Sanskrit belong to the same Language family and Sanskrit is the closest relative of Tamil)

V= M (Tamil Words)

Viruga – Miruga (Manikkavasagar’s Thiruvasagam)

Maari – vaari (Mare in Latin is sea, Vaaridhi in Sanskrit also sea)

Maanam – Vaanam/sky

Muli/muzi- Vizi, Vili (pupil of the eye)

Melaa – Vizaa / vilaa/festival

In short, apply the rule M=V=P/F

Poison – Visham

Pan- Vaanali (pan for frying)

Pose – Vesha

Palliative/ Pain – Vali in Tamil

Fridge – Viraittal (get frozen)

Worm/ Vermi – Puzu/pulu/worm

Vogue – Pazakkam also Vazakkam (habit, custom)

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FUTURE TENSE IN TAMIL

Not only this ; in Tamil future tense can only formed either with P or V.

Tamil Root stem takes either P or V and form future tense.

Ex . Varu’V’aan- he will come

Un’P’aan- he will eat.

So my argument is Vaisarina and Visarin becomes Fish and Pisces (Fish) that becomes Min/ Meen.

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EAST OR WEST??

Men might have originated in Africa millions of years ago and might have moved in different directions.

But civilisation moved from East to West.

Indra is the foremost God in the Rig Veda, the oldest book in the world. It means leader, a title like Pope, Dalai Lama, King, leader.

1.He is allocated East; it means he belongs to East

2. When the Vedic Hindus listed all the rivers, they begin from Ganga and comes up to Sindhu. This shows their Eastward March

3.Above all, Purva (First, Original, Fore father) dik means East. It is not because Sun rises in the East. They call Purana= old myth; pre- purva- fore(noon) as First.

Purveeka means ancestry

2700 year old Ashtadhyayi of Panini also talks about it with the above meanings. 30,000 to 40,000 year old paintings have been discovered in Bhimbetka which is deep inside India and deep inside thick forest. That shows humans lived and developed civilization from Central India.

Here are two Panini Sutras:

Puurvi –  one who has gone there first 5-20-86

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Sutra 5-4-8 is about dik or directions

Praacheena is Old and  East

One example is also given by commentators-

Praacheena dik ramaneeyam – eastern direction is beautiful.

That shows the appreciation of East

All these roots pura, puurviika, praacheena show that they held East in high esteem.

Hindus marched towards West from East and spread civilization to Middle East, Iran and Europe.

They went downwards towards South and established Mayan, Aztec, Olmec, and Inca civilizations in the Americas both North, Central and South Americas.

Mr Wakankar has shown the customs of Red Indians and Hindus are similar in many respects.

tags– fish, meen, meena, Hindu March, East to West

— subham—

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