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All religions are one and are derived from Vedic Sanatana Dharma. Famous historian P.N. Oak claimed that the word Vatican originally came from the sanskrit word "Vatika", that "Christianity" came from the sanskrit words "Krishna-neeti", ("ethics of Krishna" or "the way of Krishna"), and that "Abraham" came from the sanskrit word "Brahma".

P.N. Oak claims that Christianity and Islam are both derivatives of Hinduism, and that the Catholic Vatican, Kaaba and the Taj Mahal all was Hindu temples. In his book, "Some Missing Chapters of World History", Oak claimed that the first civilisation was developed in India from which all world civilisations grew.

Refrence: http://www.mysteryofindia.com/2014/08/vatican-city-was-hindu-temple.html
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P.N.OAK has been discredited by anyone and evryone who cares.
 
His writings were mainly on India and Islam, and as I understand it, were very inflammatory and not substantiated by fact.
 
I'm sorry but imo you've picked the wrong person to quote.
 
Another case of pseudoscience.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Babylonian_religion#Influence_on_Abrahamic_religions

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Influence on Abrahamic religions
Main article: Panbabylonism

Many of the stories of the Tanakh are believed to have been based on, influenced by, or inspired by the legendary mythological past of the Near East.[4]





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If you think any of the dominant Christian temple layouts are derived from Hindu temples, much less the Vatican (I assume you mean St. Peter's here?), I would seriously question whether or not you have ever actually been to a Hindu temple. They are beautiful places, but the entire structure and flow is different.

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Originally posted by josan420 josan420 wrote:

All religions are one and are derived from Vedic Sanatana Dharma. Famous historian P.N. Oak claimed that the word Vatican originally came from the sanskrit word "Vatika", that "Christianity" came from the sanskrit words "Krishna-neeti", ("ethics of Krishna" or "the way of Krishna"), and that "Abraham" came from the sanskrit word "Brahma".

P.N. Oak claims that Christianity and Islam are both derivatives of Hinduism, and that the Catholic Vatican, Kaaba and the Taj Mahal all was Hindu temples. In his book, "Some Missing Chapters of World History", Oak claimed that the first civilisation was developed in India from which all world civilisations grew.

Where do you get such stupidity? It is very well known religion and temples exist since long time before India existed. Moreover, Vatican is an Etruscan place name, Christianity comes from Jesus Christ, and both Christianity and Islam are Abrahamic religions that come from Judaism. If anything, Christianity is close to Zoroastrism rather than to South Asian politesistic religions.



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Originally posted by pinguin pinguin wrote:

Originally posted by josan420 josan420 wrote:

All religions are one and are derived from Vedic Sanatana Dharma. Famous historian P.N. Oak claimed that the word Vatican originally came from the sanskrit word "Vatika", that "Christianity" came from the sanskrit words "Krishna-neeti", ("ethics of Krishna" or "the way of Krishna"), and that "Abraham" came from the sanskrit word "Brahma".

P.N. Oak claims that Christianity and Islam are both derivatives of Hinduism, and that the Catholic Vatican, Kaaba and the Taj Mahal all was Hindu temples. In his book, "Some Missing Chapters of World History", Oak claimed that the first civilisation was developed in India from which all world civilisations grew.

Where do you get such stupidity? It is very well known religion and temples exist since long time before India existed. Moreover, Vatican is an Etruscan place name, Christianity comes from Jesus Christ, and both Christianity and Islam are Abrahamic religions that come from Judaism. If anything, Christianity is close to Zoroastrism rather than to South Asian politesistic religions.



Christianity is only 2000 years old religion, while Hinduism History goes back to 20000 years. Hinduism was never founded, it is based on sacred text written in ancient India. And history of these texts goes back to 20000 years.
Another thing, i don't knwo it is true or not, There are stories on internet that Jesus gone to India, in his missing years. He become a Hindu or buddist monk and when he came back he taught everyone his teachings....
Google it, i  found this story on many websites.
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Originally posted by josan420 josan420 wrote:

 
Christianity is only 2000 years old religion, while Hinduism History goes back to 20000 years. Hinduism was never founded, it is based on sacred text written in ancient India. And history of these texts goes back to 20000 years.
Another thing, i don't knwo it is true or not, There are stories on internet that Jesus gone to India, in his missing years. He become a Hindu or buddist monk and when he came back he taught everyone his teachings....
Google it, i  found this story on many websites.

The history of India is at most 3.000 years old. Most of India's mythology and religion were writen in the first centuries BC and AC, so by any means is that "ancient" at all. Indian civilization was preceeded by centuries of developments in Mesopotamia and Egypt. The rest is fantasy.


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Originally posted by pinguin pinguin wrote:

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Christianity is only 2000 years old religion, while Hinduism History goes back to 20000 years. Hinduism was never founded, it is based on sacred text written in ancient India. And history of these texts goes back to 20000 years.
Another thing, i don't knwo it is true or not, There are stories on internet that Jesus gone to India, in his missing years. He become a Hindu or buddist monk and when he came back he taught everyone his teachings....
Google it, i  found this story on many websites.

You need to understand that not all that is written on these historic subjects is fact.
 
Statements are often made by Historical Revisionists who want to paint a different picture to that which has been accepted, by psuedo scientists who think that they know than the acknowledged science over many years and by individuals simply making michief for ethnic or political reasons.
 
Afaik, you information source is bunkum, pure and simple.
 
 
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Toyomotor: Did you read my post? I believe you quote me wrong.

Because I also think saying that Hinduism has 20.000 years is BS.
India, in fact, is a relatively recent civilization, which has its golden age after the invasion of Greeks, and not before. Indian classics were wrote about the same time, no matter those ideas may be a thousand years older. But in any case, India can't compite in priority with Mesopotamia or Egypt at all.

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Originally posted by pinguin pinguin wrote:

Toyomotor: Did you read my post? I believe you quote me wrong.

Because I also think saying that Hinduism has 20.000 years is BS.
India, in fact, is a relatively recent civilization, which has its golden age after the invasion of Greeks, and not before. Indian classics were wrote about the same time, no matter those ideas may be a thousand years older. But in any case, India can't compite in priority with Mesopotamia or Egypt at all.

 
Mate, if I did, I apologise.
 
And for the remainder of this post, I agree with you, although there does seem to be a fair amount of parallel development.
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Quote All religions are one and are derived from Vedic Sanatana Dharma


Erm.... No. That's just wrong, period. There is no commonality between modern religions and those say of primal tribal societies emerging from Africa in the migrations of 40-50,000 years ago. Or the Graeco-Roman religions. Or druidic/celtic worhsip.  Or other divisions pf human belief systems, including my own.



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Quote Google it, i  found this story on many websites.


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Originally posted by caldrail caldrail wrote:

Quote All religions are one and are derived from Vedic Sanatana Dharma


Erm.... No. That's just wrong, period. There is no commonality between modern religions and those say of primal tribal societies emerging from Africa in the migrations of 40-50,000 years ago. Or the Graeco-Roman religions. Or druidic/celtic worhsip.  Or other divisions pf human belief systems, including my own.

 
Except for the fact that:-
  1. They all did, or evolved to believe in a Supreme Being or Beings;
  2. They all believed that the Supreme Being was capable of supernatural deeds;
  3. They all believed that the Supreme Being would provide comfort in their hour of need.

And the list goes on.

I don't agree with the fact that any or all of them evolved from an Indian basis.
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Originally posted by pinguin pinguin wrote:

Toyomotor: Did you read my post? I believe you quote me wrong.

Because I also think saying that Hinduism has 20.000 years is BS.
India, in fact, is a relatively recent civilization, which has its golden age after the invasion of Greeks, and not before. Indian classics were wrote about the same time, no matter those ideas may be a thousand years older. But in any case, India can't compite in priority with Mesopotamia or Egypt at all.



Don't forget Alexander was forced to return back by Indians. Porus was a smallest king of a small state in India, after fighting with him Alexander understand he can't go ahead.

- Ancient indian text speak about vimana, a flying machine, Vimana shastra describe in details how a plane is made and technology used by vimana is even superior to modern plane.
- Ayurveda is oldest medicine dating back to 8000 years
- All planets are clearly described in ancient indian texts. Ancient Indian calculated average length of the sidereal year as 365.2563627 days, which is only 1.4 seconds longer than the modern value of 365.2563627 days. this remains the most accurate estimate for the length of the sidereal year anywhere in the world for over a thousand years.
- Algebra, Trigonometry and Calculus are studies, which originated in India.
- It is now generally accepted that India is the birth place of several mathematical concepts, including zero, the decimal system, algebra and algorithm, square root and cube root.
Decimal System origionated in india, and then spread in arabian countries. It reached in Europe by Arabian thats why european called in Arab numbers.
- Taxila was worlds first University about 2700 years ago. It was destroyed by invaders. Nalanda university was another biggest University destroyed by muslim Invaders.

Almost all the ancient temples and monuments of india was destroyed by muslim invaders thats why there such monuments.

Read more Achievements of ancient India https://sites.google.com/site/vvmpune/achievements-of-the-ancients-hindus/aa


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Originally posted by josan420 josan420 wrote:

Originally posted by pinguin pinguin wrote:

Toyomotor: Did you read my post? I believe you quote me wrong.

Because I also think saying that Hinduism has 20.000 years is BS.
India, in fact, is a relatively recent civilization, which has its golden age after the invasion of Greeks, and not before. Indian classics were wrote about the same time, no matter those ideas may be a thousand years older. But in any case, India can't compite in priority with Mesopotamia or Egypt at all.



Don't forget Alexander was forced to return back by Indians. Porus was a smallest king of a small state in India, after fighting with him Alexander understand he can't go ahead.

- Ancient indian text speak about vimana, a flying machine, Vimana shastra describe in details how a plane is made and technology used by vimana is even superior to modern plane.
- Ayurveda is oldest medicine dating back to 8000 years
- All planets are clearly described in ancient indian texts. Ancient Indian calculated average length of the sidereal year as 365.2563627 days, which is only 1.4 seconds longer than the modern value of 365.2563627 days. this remains the most accurate estimate for the length of the sidereal year anywhere in the world for over a thousand years.
- Algebra, Trigonometry and Calculus are studies, which originated in India.
- It is now generally accepted that India is the birth place of several mathematical concepts, including zero, the decimal system, algebra and algorithm, square root and cube root.
Decimal System origionated in india, and then spread in arabian countries. It reached in Europe by Arabian thats why european called in Arab numbers.
- Taxila was worlds first University about 2700 years ago. It was destroyed by invaders. Nalanda university was another biggest University destroyed by muslim Invaders.

Almost all the ancient temples and monuments of india was destroyed by muslim invaders thats why there such monuments.

Read more Achievements of ancient India https://sites.google.com/site/vvmpune/achievements-of-the-ancients-hindus/aa
 
All of which promotes the "We've been here before" theory.
 
Throughout the world there are/were ancient technologies far ahead of their time, which science hasn't really explained yet.
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