Hinduism,Cosmos ,Sanatan Dharma.Ancient Hinduism science.
“Hindu and Celtic Culture are One”
In the Mahabharata, written some centuries after the Ramayana, mention is made of Sveta Dwipa, the White Island….The ‘Old Sage’ instructs Narada as to the situation of the White Island, telling him that it lies to the north-west of Mount Meru, the abode of the gods and the demi-gods in Central Asia….Scholars have been puzzled by this mysterious White Island, and they do not all take the same view about it. Some think it to be entirely mythical and symbolic, whilst others believe that it has a material significance, and may have been an actual island. Great Britain possesses many signs of the Boar incarnation in the form of symbolic representations, and it seems possible that the sages are referring to Alba. ‘The Isle of Britain’ is called by the Welsh ‘Y Wen Ynys’ – i.e. the White Island. The Holy Graal, or Sanct Greal, is said by Keltic authors to have been brought to the White Isle, and that ‘the White Isle’ is part of England
The island of Coll, the territory of a branch of Macleans, was formerly called Kelis, or Caolas. As in Bolivia, we find a name uncommonly like the Sanskrit Kailas, the sacred abode of Siva on the Himalayan Mountains.
The Druids, like the Brahmins , were communal lawgivers. Both recognized either forms of marriage. They occupied the positions of princely-chaplains, and acted as counsellors and as theological teachers. They were to be found as singers of epics extolling the heroic and deriding the unworthy. All were functions of the Druids. Like Druidic doctrine, was that of the Brahmins was originally transmitted by word of mouth….Most importantly, both acted as advisers on ritual, placing great emphasis on its correct execution.”
The Indian epics and Puranas locate Druhyus in the North western part of the Indian subcontinent. Puranic lore contain accounts of a large scale migration of Drhyus from Punjab into central asia. Druhyu king Angara is said to have been driven out of Punjab by King Mandhatri of the Ikshvaku dynasty