"the linguistic evidence" is magic mantra

Satavahana Brahmi Telugu usage which was supported by Linguistic evidence, linguists themselves are often quite aware that is just a successful theory,
Those who try to take the scientific pretenses of their discipline seriously,Many are willing to be modest and concede that so far it has merely been the most successful hypothesis. In fact, when quizzing linguists about the it, I came away with the impression that they too are not very sure of their case. By now, most of them have been trained entirely within the FIXED framework, which was taken for granted and consequently not sought to be proven anymore. One of them told me that he had never bothered about a linguistic justification , because there was, after all, the well-known archaeological evidence
But for the rest, “the linguistic evidence” is still the magic mantra to silence all doubts about the AIT. At any rate, it is time that we take a look for ourselves at this fabled linguistic evidence.
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NAGINI ON GREEK TEMPLE as at Padmanabaha temple

nagini devata guarding temple on ancient greece temple


FIGURA DI GORGONA. da Walter Burkert – Origini Selvagge – Sacrificio e mito nella Grecia ” Il rito sembra essere un mezzo necessario di comunicazione e solidarieta’ ,necessario sopratutto per venire a capo dei problemi inter-umani dell’attrazione e dell’aggressione. Ci sono le ineliminabili tensioni fra giovani ed anziani,come pure quelle fra i sessi: esse richiedono periodicamente uno sfogo catartico.Si puo’ anche riuscire a inscenare un conflitto in modo da limitarne un altro. Il mito ha a che fare con questo:amore,odio ed il conflitto fra i due,pulsioni omicide ed affetto,solidarieta’ delle donne fra loro e vincoli familari,separazione nell’odio e riunione nel piacere-e’ questa la storia di Ipsipile ,e questa e’ anche l’essenza del rito; solo che nella fantasia il mito spinge fino alle estreme conseguenze ciò che nel rito è convogliato in canali innocui: animali cadono in luogo di uomini, e i giorni che mancano alla fine della rivoluzione sono contati. In questo modo il rito evita la catastrofe della società. In verità, solo gli ultii decenni hanno visto la scomparsa di quasi tutti i riti di questo genere nel nostro mondo. Sta alla nostra generazione sperimentare se e come gli uomini possano sopportare una vita ininterrottamente uniforme, sia pure nella prosperità. La questione è se le eventualei convulsioni possano portare alla catarsi. o alla catastrofe.”- Edizioni Laterz

Aryan origins,Satavahana Brahmi Telugu spoken regions

The evidence from archaeology and Sanskrit,Brahmi text studies seems to contradict the theory of the entry of the Indo-Aryan branch of the Indo-European language family in India through the so-called “Aryan Invasion” Aryan Invasion Theory,, we are usually reassured that “there is of course the linguistic evidence” for this invasion, or at least for the non-Indian origin of the  family.

Thus, F.E. Pargiter had shown how the Puranas locate Aryan origins in the Ganga basin and found “the earliest connexion of the Vedas to be with the eastern region and not with the Punjab”, but then he allowed the unnamed linguistic evidence to overrule his own findings: “We know from the evidence of language that the Aryans entered India very early”.

Aryan origins,Satavahana Brahmi Telugu spoken regions

Here we can easily assume from eastern region the evidence come from the Satavahana Brahmi Telugu usage which was supported by Linguistic evidence as well as spread of civilization from satavahanas to orient egypt etc which was supported by archaeological evidence,and MARITIME TRADE LINKS WITH WORLD CIVILIZATION I THINK.[DAMODHAR RAO MUSHAM] U CAN @ ME OR CALL AT 

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Garuda Haygriva mantra for NAGABANDAM


for Treasures found in Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple 
To clear inner, outer and secret obstacles especially spirit harms, naga harms, causes of negative energy and to create protection for all purposes

Garuda Haygriva mantra for NAGABANDAM FROM TIBET

Om ….@ for full mantra…. Garuda Humphat

It’s always beneficial to do more recitation especially conjoined with practice of initiation, oral transmission or oral instruction by enlightened beings. This should be conjoined with recognizing and having clarity of the visualization of the different deities and with the ultruistic purpose to actualize the enlightenment not just for oneself but numberless beings. Most importantly one should have 100% sincere faith and conviction in the different deities and apply these recitations and drive the blessings and purposes. With this it’s definite one will actualize the purpose of one’s practice.
it doesn´t say you absolutely need a lung, and also I would say in emergency cases altruistic motivation is strong enough to connect with the blessings of the mantra. 

Coconut shells of gold found in sree padmanabhaswami temple

 Coconut shells of gold found in sree padmanabhaswami temple

Two coconut shells fashioned out of pure gold were found too. One was studded with precious stones including rubies and emeralds.
 The golden ‘anki’ used to adorn the presiding deity was found in 16 parts. An ornament used to adorn the chest of the deity and studded with emeralds was also found on Saturday. 
The Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple was built in the 16th Century by the kings who ruled over what was then the kingdom of Travancore, according to BBC News. Local legend says that the Travancore kings sealed immense riches within the walls and vaults of the temple.

list of Treasures found in Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple

The detailed list of Treasures found in Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple 

1 Lakh Gold Coins
Rare Priceless Gems
Precious Diamonds like Indraneelam, Belgium Diamonds, Emeralds, Rubies
1200 Sarappoli Gold Chains
Gold Crowns like Kulashekharaperumal Crown which was used by Kings of Travancore
Kashu Mala (Necklaces)
400 Gold Necklaces with Marathakam stone
More than 2000 Gold ornaments
Gold Plates (Swarna Thalika)
Gold Chains of up to 3 and 10.5 kg and of about 18 ft also
Golden Idol of Padmanabha Swamy
Swarna (Gold) Dhanuss
Swarna (Gold) Pathakams
4 Feet tall Golden statue of Lord Vishnu studded with precious emeralds
Gold Staffs
Golden Utensils
Golden Umbrellas (Thankakuda)
Gold Pots
Gold Varpu, Uruli (Big Utensil)
Gold Kazhuthu Kudam, Kazhuthukootam
Khadika Thadi
Silver Moola Pattika
Gold, Silver Nilavilakku
Gold Kindi
Silver, Gold Dharakidaram

God Shiva Idols made of Gold
Serpents idols in Gold
Golden rings
Gold Thali


Burra katha was a pastime event in villages. It is seen even now during Dussehra or Sankranti festival seasons to describe events in epics like Ramayan and Mahabharat and also some of best and moral kingdom stories like kambojaraju katha,chinnamma katha,muggurumoratila katha etc.

It played effective role in conveying message to people and awakening them during Indian Independence Movement. Burrakatha was banned in Madras by the British government and in Hyderabad kingdom by Nizam government, because it was the medium to enlighten the people of the current political situation in various political meetings.After studying anthropology and comparative sociology  his doctoral dissertation in the humanities on the Burrakatha Andhra Pradesh (India). Test description of a narrative theatrical language Telugu 

Meanwhile, he pursued an ethnological work on the organization social and cultural system of a locality as a whole. Ethnographic practice involving intensive targeted surveys and participant observation relies on the use of local language and a scientific approach which is a key to empathy and humility in the knowledge holders and practices studied. 
The study of the local system of caste is accompanied by an investigation of the spatial distribution of social groups and institutions, the role of the bazaar and market, as well as religious phenomena. The system of worship – and the first of the two main temples of goddesses popular,


Burrakatha, is a story-telling technique

Burra katha, also spelled as Burrakatha, is a story-telling technique used in villages of Andhra Pradesh. The troupe consists of one main performer and two co-performers. It is a narrative entertainment consists of prayers, solo drama, dance, songs, poems and jokes. The topic will be either a hindu mythological story or a contemporary social problem.Burra is referred to Tambura, a musical instrument with a hallow shell and attached strings. Katha means story.
Burra means a skull in telugu. The shell resembles a human skull. It is made of baked clay or dried pumpkin, or of brass and copper. The instrument looks very similar to Veena and the performer can pull and press strings to get music.