ARYANS AND HINDUISM
This topic covers all important scriptures of Aryans / Hindus in India. There is a difference between Hindus and Aryans. First let us understand step by step history and then we will understand various scriptures.

1. History :

There were 2 main cult in past. 1st was Moon Cult and 2nd was of Sun worshippers known as Aryans.

The Moon Cult tribe known as Chaldees and Edenites of Wodan and El worshipped Moon including Mother and Son (Matriarchst) cult i.e. worshipping Goddess, devil, tortoise, bull, scorpio, crocodile and snake worship, performing human sacrifice, witchcraft, etc.

Amazons were part of Moon Cult tribe.

There were 4 categories of Amazon women warriors in Eden :

• Asa (Goth),

• Elf,

• Daughters of Dvalin Dwarf and,

• Chaldees.

The Moon Cult tribe lived in Eden. The Edda definitely places Eden at the Upper Euphrates called Uimer, the Omiras of the Greeks.

The history of Amazons starts from Eden located on Upper Euphrates. There are 2 Edens. One is located at Upper Euphrates the second is located at Indus Valley (Sindhu) which was formed by King Thor / Indra / Adam.

• The history of Aryans starts with Angiras / Ali.

To know more about Angiras Dynasty Click here.

• The ancient Aryan worship started with Sun which included signs like cross i.e. + and Swastik.

• After the marriage of Thor with Eve who was an Aryan Goth but was raised by Chaldees.

• The tradition of Tombstones started with Aryans. The hand symbol found on Tombstones of Aryans represents the first Aryan King Thor / Indra / Adam.

The Right Hand on Tombstones shows sun-wise right-hand direction of the Aryan Solar-cult.

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2. Arya / Aryan :

Arya / Aryan means noble. More than a religion it's a civilization according to Veds it consists of 5 divisions. 1. Brahmin = Priests 2. Kshatriya = Warriors 3. Vaishya = Businessman 4. Shudra = Service oriented people and 5. Nishad = Boatsman.

3. Aryan Brahmins :

In ancient times the knowledgeable and learned were called Brahmins. They were not only temple priest but also kings. It was later that the tasks were divided where temple priests were Brahmins and Kshatriyas were warriors and kings.

Rishi / Sage was a Brahmin who was from Phrygia also known as "The Land of Lions" which is at present in Turkey.

Bhrigu got married to Khyati who was daughter of Daksh / Cain. Daksh / Cain was son of King Thor / Indra / Adam.

In Brahmins there is Gotra which means lineage. When a person says I am of Gautam Gotra it means that he is of Sage Gautam lineage. When the lineage of Rishi was not known they were said to be created by Brahma (creator).

Example : According to Purans the 10 mind born sons of Brahma are Angiras, Atri, Brighu, Daksh, Kratu, Mareechi, Narad, Pulastya, Pulah and Vashishth. These were Priest Kings and when their lineage is not found in any written records they are said to be created by Lord Brahma who is also known as creator.

4. Split in Aryans :

There was a split in Aryans where in Zoroastrians sided with Asurs and others sided with Devtas and the first official religion started as Zoroastrian by zarathustra / Zoroaster.

It won't be wrong if we conclude that the patrons of the epics and the Puranas, were in favor of the Devs while the patrons of the Avesta were against the Devs. Consequently, the followers of the epic-puranic traditions were opposed to the Asurs while the followers of the Avestan traditions were in favor of the Asurs. This inversion of patronage and this opposition in concepts was never very clear since these people lived separately in India and Iran, developing their culture and traditions separately. However this isolation was never perfect. Often there were exchange of ideas between India and Iran. Consequently there were Asurs described in the Epics and Puranas in good light such as Mahabali and Vrishaparvan and there were narrations in the epics and Puranas were the Devs, especially their leader Indra, described in a bad light.

5. Veds, Avesta and Aryan Nations :

Veds records all the events and incidents which took place in Iran, Iraq, Egypt, Central Asia, Indus, etc.

Veds and Avesta were written together and they share few common Gods like Sun (Mitra / Mithra) and Varun.

List of Aryan nations as per Avesta :

The Avestan book of Vendidad starts with a list of sixteen nations (Chapter 1, 1-16), the first being Airyanem Vaejo or Airyana Vaeja.

Persia not Part of the Original Listing of Vendidad Lands :

The Vendidad, and indeed the entire Avesta, does not mention Persia or Media. This was because Persia and Media became nations after the Avestan canon was closed. However, The Achaemenian Persian Kings (c. 700 - 330 BCE) repeatedly proclaimed their Aryan heritage.

To view Sixteen Nations of the Vendidad and other Aryan nations Click here.

6. Exchange of knowledge :

Veds do not contain Matriarchst Cult it was only after death of Indra that Matriarchst Cult ideology was merged and worship of Goddess started.

After many centuries of death of King Thor / Indra / Adam due to matrimonial and other alliances the Matriarchst Cult merged with Sun worshipping Aryans in India but this happened after many centuries.

While compared to West the East i.e. India had always remained peaceful. In India all ideologies were welcomed and knowledge started to grow. During this period Veds were left untouched but various other scriptures were composed by various intellectuals known as Brahmins who lived outside India. Based on this many school of thought opened known as Shakha (branch).

This is the reason why the original scripture of Aryans is Veds and other texts are not given much importance as compared to Veds.

7. Aryan Scriptures in India :

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To view the List of historical Indian texts Click here.

For overview about what is Veds, Shakas, Upnishads and Purans Click here.

8. Starting of different religions in India :

Buddhism and Jainism was used as a strategy by Kings. Both these religions were started by Kings.

Founder of Buddhism :

Buddhism was founded by Siddharth Gautam who was a Shakya (Shak) belonging to Sage Gautam clan. Siddhartha Gautama was born in c. 563 B.C. or 480 B.C. in Lumbini, Shakya Republic. Suddhodana was his father and Maya Devi was his mother. Siddharth Gautam's wife was Yashodhra and they had a son named Rahul.

Founder of Jainism :

Jainism was founded by Vardhaman also known as Mahavir. He was born in 599 B.C. in Kshatriyakund, Vaishali (in modern day Bihar). His parents are King Siddharth and Queen Trishala. Vardhaman's siblings are Nandivardhan and Sudarshan.

Vardhman was married to Yashoda and had a daughter Priyadarshan.

King Siddharth the father of Vardhaman was the ruler of the Nat or Jnatri clan in Kshatriya Kundagrama, a suburb of Vaishali (Basarh in modern-day Bihar)

Vardhaman was of Aryan Ikshvaku dynasty i.e. of King Thor / Indra / Adam.

Creation of religions in India :

The Western side of India was going through wars and Kings living in India knew that by wars they can win over a nation but can't rule it for a longer period of time.

The kings came up with a strategy that they will spread a message of peace and non-violence to such an extent that people specially Non-aryans don't take weapons in their hands.

They wanted the Non-aryans to convert to their made religion because the Non-aryans didnt have any specific religion or belief system.

Aryan Brahmins opposed this strategy because they didn't want their Aryan scriptures to go in hands of Non-aryans. Hence, the kings who were Aryans and already knew Aryan scriptures modified the Aryan scriptures, made few changes but kept same mantras, principles, hymns, symbols like swastik, lotus, etc. and created new religion based on peace, celibacy, fasting, becoming monk and extreme non-violence.

The strategy was simple containing many parts as following :

1.
Propagate their new ideology and spread it to different nations and converting Non-aryans.
2.
If the King of any other country surrenders without war its good otherwise once the people of the opposite country are converted or start believing their religion created any reason to start a war so that they can justify it and take over that nation.
3.
The biggest fear after winning a war over a nation is revolt from people of that nation but since they were supporting their religion they won't oppose them and even if they oppose they won't fight because of the extreme level of non-violence taught to them.
4.
This is how religion based on non-violence was used a tool to takeover other nations. The Kings who portrayed themselves to be monks and left their kingdom to attain God and Salvation actually ruled their kingdom from forests.

9. Counter from Aryan Brahmins :

The Aryan Brahmins knew this strategy but they remained silent because of their alliance with kshatriyas and Kings.

The Kings who started religion based on non-violence as a tool to grab other nations after their death slowly after a period of time their strategy started to backfire and people started to become monks, challenge Aryan scriptures and Aryan Brahmins. Not only this they started to oppose Aryans and started false propaganda against them and created immense level of hatred against them in non-aryans.

To stop the immense attack, hatred and false propaganda coming from non-aryans based on ideology which was originally taken from Aryans as a counter Upnishads, Purans, Ramayan, Mahabharat, etc. scriptures were written by Aryan Brahmins but, they never modified veds because it was the origin of Aryans and they didn't want Non-aryans to learn it.

10. Starting of Hinduism as a religion :

In past Aryans and Non-aryans used to live in India (Bharat / Aryavrat).

The first attack of Arabs happened on Sasanian Empire on 633 - 654 A.D. on Mesopotamia, Caucasus, Persia, and Greater Khorasan under Rashidun Caliphate. Iraq was at that time part of Persian Sasanian Empire.

In the first half of the 8th century A.D., a series of battles took place between the Umayyad Caliphate and the Indian kingdoms to the east of the Indus River.

During the attack of Rashidun Caliphate many tribes and warriors started to migrate into India for safety and not to get converted into Islam.

All the warriors and their tribes who came to India were supported by Aryans in India because they already knew them.

The Indian Non-aryan had been into the ideology of non-violence spread by Buddhism and Jainism. It is difficult to say whether they believed in non-violance or were cowards or were cunning and shrewd in not fighting Arabs.

When the Arab forces attacked India the Non-aryans of India did not fight against the Arabs rather it was the Aryans of India, Iraq, Iran, etc. and Non-aryans of these and other nations who got together in India and fought against Arabs.

When Aryan Kshatriyas (warriors) and Aryan Brahmins (priests) got killed in war fighting against Arabs the wives, daughter and all the Aryan Kshatriyas women got together and did Jauhar (Self-immolation by a group of women) and the wife of Aryan Brahmins (priests) became Sati (Self-immolation by a individual woman) rather than falling in the hands of Arabs. Such was the extent of Arab inhuman and barbaric invasion and torture that women preferred to burn themselves alive rather than being captive of Arabs.

The slaughter of Indian Aryan Kshatriyas (warriors) and Aryan Brahmins (priests) was so immense that even at present in 2021 A.D. the total population of Aryan Kshatryas and Brahmins is not more than 5 % in India.

The word Hindu :

In the 6th-century BCE inscription of Darius I. The Punjab region, called Sapt Sindhu in the Vedas, is called Hapta Hindu in Zend Avesta. The 6th-century BCE inscription of Darius I mentions the province of Hi[n]dush, referring to northwestern India. The people of India were referred to as Hinduvan (Hindus) and Hindavi was used as the adjective for Indian in the 8th century text Chachnama. The term 'Hindu' in these ancient records is an ethno-geographical term and did not refer to a religion. The Arabic equivalent Al-Hind likewise referred to the country of India.

Certain cuneiform inscriptions found in Persia confirm that the word Hindu was used in those days to refer to the people of the region near the Indus River. Reference to the word is also found in the Zoroastrian scripture, the Zend Avesta. It is said that when the Persian King Darius 1 extended his empire to the borders of India in 517 BC, he included many native people from the region into his army who were referred to as Hindus. We have therefore reasons to believe that the word Hindu was secular in origin rather than religious.

Because of Arab invasion many Aryans and other tribes crossed Sindhu river and entered India Since the locals did not know what to call them they started to call them Hindu.

Just like different fruits are kept in a basket same way all the people who came to India from Sindhu because of Arab invasions were called as Hindus and Hinduism became a ideology where all are welcomed. People with different ideologies, beliefs, faith, etc were put into this one word Hindu and it formed as religion. Even the Non-aryans of India were called Hindus.

Thus, all Hindus are not Aryans and all Aryans are not Hindus.