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6000 year old Lord Rama and Hanuman carvings in Iraq, Silemania,

6000 year old Lord Rama and Hanuman carvings in  Iraq, Silemania,

IN ANCIENT RAM-CHAPEL IN SUMER

One of the major triumphs of modern archaeology was the hair-raising discoveries of Sir Leonard Woolley at Ur. Amidst the ruins of Ur, he unearthed a Ram-chapel but totally missed its relevance in world history. This crucial finding not only bridges the wide gaps between Indian tradition and archaeology but also unfolds the historic bonds that once united ancient India, Iran and Sumer. Ram-Sin of (Larsa) to whose memory this chapel was dedicated must have been Rama of Valmiki. The name Ararama of Larsa may be an echo of Rama. This Ram-Chapel of Ur is the earliest known memorial to the great Rama and may have been erected by Dilmun merchants who resided nearby. Dilmun was always mentioned in the Sumerian texts together with Magan and Melukkha and it is possible that these three states were somehow allied to each other.

RAMA, BHARATA & LAKSHMANA IN SUMER

The Cambridge Ancient History[xvi][iii] which is usually not considered as a source book for Indian history by writers like Romila Thapar contains priceless information relevant to Indian ancient history. In the highly authentic Sumerian king list appears such hallowed names as Bharat (Warad) Sin and Ram Sin. As Sin was the Moon god Chandra Ram Sin can be seen to be same as Rama Chandra. Bharat Sin ruled for 12 years (1834-1822 BC), exactly as stated in the Dasaratha Jataka. The Jataka statement, “Years sixty times hundred, and ten thousand more, all told, / Reigned strong-armed Rama”, only means that Rama reigned for sixty years which agrees exactly with the data of Assyriologists. Ram Sin was the longest reigning monarch of Mesopotamia who ruled for 60 years. The mention of the father in the inscriptions of both Warad Sin and Ram Sin is noteworthy and may point to a palace intrigue. Joan Oates is not aware of the Ramayana but writes with great insight (p. 61) that Warad sin was manoeuvred to the throne by his father. In Mesopotamia, a prince normally became king only after the death of his father. Lakshmana, mentioned the Bible as Lakhamar, ruled as a great king.

6000 year old Lord Rama and Hanuman carvings in Silemania, Iraq

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  1. Dinesh Singh Amarnath
    Dinesh Singh Amarnath 14 January, 2016, 05:24

    Its a shame that 80% of Akhand Bharath is not in our teritory any more, but still some so called secular political leaders anti nationalists are not leaving any stone unturned to spit India once again. There wont be India left. Hindus will not be spared if it continues the same by pleasing Muslims and playing blind. Kerla, Bangal, Assam Tripura, Telanga, and few other states in India are in danger. Its all due to politics. India has to be declared as a Hindu Rastra and have a new constitution to safe gaurd Hindus and India from these vested Interests.

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  2. Dr Shailesh G
    Dr Shailesh G 14 January, 2016, 15:50

    How this date of 6000 reached and how the idenntities were confirmed? Can we have more photos of this site? And are there other structures as well?More importantly, whats written on the relief on right side? has it beem read? Kindly reply, I’m interested!

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  3. pradeep
    pradeep 15 January, 2016, 01:43

    I support but how can we do that with so many obstacles

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  4. Pijush Banerjee
    Pijush Banerjee 15 January, 2016, 21:18

    I nourish doubts though in M E and Egypt we come across several names ending or having sort of “Ram” there.

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