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Isreal, Palestine and ancient Iraq in Tamil

Canaan   is a historical   Semitic-speaking region roughly corresponding to the   Levant   (modern-day   Israel,   Palestinian territories,   Lebanon, and the western parts of   Jordan   and   Syria). Canaan was of geopolitical importance in the Late Bronze Age   Amarna period   as the area where the   spheres of interest   of the   Egyptian,   Hittite Empire   and   Assyrian Empires.  


                               In Biblical usage, the name was confined to the country West of the Jordan, the Canaanites being described as dwelling "by the sea, and along by the side of the Jordan,” and was especially identified with   Phoenicia .




                              The English term   Canaan    comes   fr om the   Hebrew   , via   Greek    Khanaan   and   Latin   Canaan . It appears as      ki-na-ah-na   in the   Amarna letters   , and   kn?n   is found on coins from Phoenicia in the last half of the 1st millennium. The Bible derives the name from an alleged eponymous ancestor,   Canaan   son of   Ham. Scholars connect the name   Canaan   with   kn?n ,   Kana'an , the general   Northwest Semitic   name for this region.





  The etymology is uncertain. One explanation is that it has an original meaning of "lowlands", from a Semitic root   kn?   "to be low, humble, depressed", in contrast with   Aram , "highlands".   An alternative suggestion derives the term from   Hurrian   Kinahhu , purportedly referring to the color purple, so that   Canaan   and   Phoenicia   would be synonyms ("Land of Purple"), but it is just as common to assume that   Kinahhu   was simply the Hurrian rendition of the Semitic   kn?n .



                            Ham  is the corrupted form  of  the Tamil   name  ' Om'  and  his  son   Ka'na'an  ‘s  name is the combination of  kon+an  which means the  ruler of the Andam , the universe.   Ka also   denotes the sky or the sun. If it is so Ka + an+ an   means the' sun ‘the ruler of the andam, the universe.    Kannan   , the cow boy   and the lover of Rathai [Ra + thee]   of Indian mythology   is dark blue in complexion   as that of the ka, the  dark blue sky. Hence the Canaanites should be black   in complexion and Canaan was the land of blacks.  They could be the black Dravidians.




 Konar or  Konan   (caste )  Idaiyar -- Yadava


                                          Konar or Idaiyar or Ayar (Tamil:   is a  caste from the  Indian   state  of  TamilNadu . The Tamil word' Kon' means both king and herdsmen. They are distributed throughout the state of Tamil Nadu, where they are one of the ancient Tamil castes. In the Census 1921, the community name was noted as Idayan. The Tamil speaking cowherds were referred as Idayans and the Telugu speaking cowherds were referred as "Gollas" and as Vaduga Aayars. The name of the community was notified as  Yadavas in  government records dated December 1930. In the G. O. it was said that the term Yadava shall in future be adopted in place of Golla, Idayan, Gola, Gopi or Goda in all official announcement. Konars traditionally raise cow, sheep and sell milk products.






The Idaiyars were referred as Ayars in Tamil literatures.     Ilango Adigal   had mentioned Ayars of   Madurai   in his Tamil epic   Silapathikaram, which is considered to be one of the five famous epics of Tamil literature. According to this epic, they gave accommodation for   Kannagi. They occupied grasslands known as   Mullai   in   Ancient Tamil country. The Ayar in the pandyan land had a tradition that they came into the Tamilakam, along with the founder of the pandiyan dynasty. They worshipped the yakshas. Their favorite deity was however their national hero Krishnan [Kannan].      


                  Since the  Idaiyars  gave accommodation to  Kannaki  and her husband's name was  Kovalan , the   corrupted form of  Kopalan  [  Krishnan -- the cowboy ] or Gopalan  , can we conclude that  Kovalan  belongs to the Idayar caste rather than the  vaisya - chetti  caste?!


                         The  yakshsa  is the combination of  Ya+ ka+sa    where the  ya  means  the ‘ south'  or downside   or  the sea.  Since  the  Pandiyan  and the  Idayars worshipped ‘ Yaksha ‘ is   very clear that they came from the south after the   great  deluge of  Lemuria  or  Kumari  Kandam.  Ya=  south ; ka+sa=  Sun and moon . The opposite of Yaksha is A[a]k[a]sha which means the northern side [Aa] or the up side   [top] namely  the sky. The term Yadava is the opposite of Aathava [sun   god of the high land ].  Athavan means Aa+Theeyavan.Hence Yadava means the  worshippers of  sun  god  of the lower land. They were called  as  Idaiyar  in the past since  their  land  , Mullai  was  in  between the  Mountainous  area   and the Marutham.  The name Mullai  must be  Mulai   which means  breast , here it  indicates  the udders of the cows. They were called as ‘ Konan'  because they  had the sticks[  Gollas--  Kole   means  stick]  in their hands -- Herdsmen's stick,  the crook.   Remember  the Egyptian Pharaohs  also had  crook in their  hands which suggests  that their  ancestors were also  from the  Mullai land  of the  shepherds.


Kon Dynasty

The' kon' dynasty ruled   Gingee of Tamil Nadu state if India   from 1190 AD to 1350 AD. Gingee gained its regional autonomy and identity under the Kon kings. ‘Ananta Kon' laid the foundations for the' Kon ‘dynasty and laid the initial foundations for the Gingee fort. The dynasty came to an end by raids from the Deccan Kings.

                         From the above  said  facts  could  we   can arrive  at  the conclusion that the'  Kon ‘--the kings and the herdsmen of  Dravidian lands  were  related  to the kings  and the Herdsmen of  Kana'an   or  Canaan  of  Middle  east?!


There are many villages in Iran   with the  name  Konar . For example;Konar Bani , a village in Bushehr , Konar  Sandal , a village in Kerman province of


Can we  say that these villages were  originally inhabitated by the konar - the king- Shepherd  community?!.


Desert of   Paran;


                    The   Desert of Paran   or   Wilderness of Paran     is a   Hebrew Bible   place in which the   Israelites   spent part of their 40 years of wandering after   the Exodus, and was also a home to Ishmael, and a place of refuge for David. Associated with   Mount Sinai   in   Egypt, there is some evidence that it may originally have referred to the southern portion of the   Sinai Peninsula.

                          The   Arabic   form of Paran is   Faran   (also transliterated   Pharan ). This name is used by Eastern geographers to refer to three different locales: the wilderness and mountains where   Mecca   is situated, mountains and a village in Eastern Egypt, and a province in   Samarkand.   Arab and Islamic tradition holds that the wilderness of Paran is broadly speaking the   Hijaz, and that the site where Ishmael settled is that of Mecca. An 1851 Arabic translation of the   Samaritan Pentateuch   includes a footnote also equating Paran with the Hijaz   Yaqut al-Hamawi, the 12th century Syrian geographer, writes that Faran is "an   arabized   Hebrew word. One of the names of Mecca mentioned in the Torah."   There is a   Tal Faran ("Hill of Faran") on the outskirts of Mecca.

                         The Hill Paran   is the corrupted   Tamil name, Parai   which means   rocks.     Paran also means ‘the Hill Top   in   Tamil, for example--   Parambu    Malai    Parambu Nadu. Paran means the loft of the room. Parani means the sky.

David is the corrupted form of the Tamil name  ‘Thee athu ‘ -- ‘Thee aathi'  which means the primordial fire.

                        Torah ” Instruction ", "Teaching” is a central concept in the   Jewish tradition. It has a range of meanings: it can most specifically mean the first five books of the   Tanakh, it can mean this, plus the   rabbinic commentaries   on it, it can mean the continued narrative from   Genesis   to the end of the Tanakh, and it can even mean the totality of Jewish teaching and practice. Common to all these meanings, Torah consists of the foundational narrative of the   Jewish people: their call into being by   their God, their trials and tribulations, and their covenant with their God which involves following a way of life (halakha) embodied in a set of religious obligations and civil laws.

                     In its most specific meaning, it consists of the first five books of the Tanakh written in   Biblical Hebrew. The names of each of these books in Hebrew are taken from the   first phrase   in each book:   Bereshit   ("In [the] beginning", Genesis),   Shemot   ("Names",   Exodus),   Vayikra   ("He called",   Leviticus   [ ,   Bamidbar   ("In the desert",   Numbers) and   Devarim   ("Words",   Deuteronomy).



                                      Look at the  similarity  between  ‘  Bereshit]   and the Tamil word   Pari suth'a [pure and clear]  I.e.  in the beginning  there  was  Pari suthha  or  in the begining  there was  only  a blank slate];   shemot    is mimicking the Tamil wor   Sa'maathi [Sa+  maa+ aathee ] or  seemati--[  a  proper name  for    women in Tamil Nadu] . ]    [Male form-- seeman --gentle man]]     Sa maathee means   sa+ Ma +Thee   which means   the exit of the sun in the evening --sun set].   Vayikra is mimicking the    Tamil word   Vayee Karan or   karavayan or Karivayan.   Kari vayan means the sun god from the mouth [vayee] of sun god.  Bamidbar   is mimicking the Tamil word   ‘ Para boomi]-- the desert.   Devarim   is mimicking the Tamil word   Devaram[ songs[or words] in praise of the lord ] or the deva  surams  or  Thee  -Aram


                             The name Torah is absolutely the corrupted form of the Tamil word ‘Tharakai'  [Thara] which means star.


Sinai mountain


                         Mount Sinai   Jabal Musá? ;   Egyptian Arabic:   Gabal Musa , lit. "Moses' Mountain" or "Mount Moses"; also known as   Mount Horeb , is a mountain in the   Sinai Peninsula   of   Egypt   that is the traditional and most accepted identification of the   Biblical Mount Sinai. 

Chennimalai     popularly known as the 'Handloom Town' is in   Erode district   in the state of   Tamil Nadu,   India.   The famous Murugan temple is situated   at the top of the hill called Chenni malai from which the town got its name.  Chenni Appan is the presiding deity of the temple shrine. Chenni Appan is the lord    Murugan , the red   sun  god.

                         Mount Sinai is the corrupted form of the Tamil word Senni - malai or Sem -malai   which means the Red Mountain.  Miusa is the corrupted form of the Tamil name   Ma+ sa    [as in Thomas].   In Malayam, a Dravidian language, Ma sae    means Guru or teacher.  Hills and mountains are the abode of the sun god. The burning bush symbolically signifies the sun.    



Qumran caves;

Qumran   -   Khirbet Qumran ) is an archaeological site in the   West Bank. It is located on a dry   plateau   about a mile inland from the northwestern shore of the   Dead Sea, near the   Israeli settlement   and   kibbutz   of   Kalia.  It is best known as the settlement nearest to the   caves   in which the   Dead Sea Scrolls   were hidden, caves in the sheer   desert   cliffs.  .


                      Qumran is the corrupted form of the Tamil name Kumaran.  Ka + Ma+ Ra +an= Lord    Murugan and his abode is the hilly mountains. Many siddhas in pursuit of wisdom   dwell in the Palani hills of Tamil Nadu.  The symbol 0f  Lord Murugan and David's star  are the same. David is the corrupted Tamil name, namely ‘Thee yathu-‘- i.e,.  Thee Aathi [primordial fire].  If  we  read  in the reverse order,  ‘Thee  Aathee'  becomes  Athithee  or  Aathithan   which had become corrupted to  become  the name  of the Aegean sea.  Salamon  , son of David  is the corrupted form of the Tamil name   SALA  MON  which is   the combination of  Sa+ la+ ma + an.  ‘ Sala  vum nandru'  means  too good.


The  saravanabava  , the  Manthram of  lord Murugan  is the combination of  Sa[ moon]+  Ra[Sun]+ Va [ Van --sky] +Na{ four           ]+ Ba [underworld]+  Va[ earth-vaiyakam]  which means He is the primordial  fire and  His  voice is the Om.



                           In Judaism, the sanctuary lamp is known by its Hebrew name,   ner tamid    , which is usually translated as "eternal flame" or "eternal light". Hanging or standing in front of the   ark   in every Jewish   synagogue, it is meant to represent the   menorah   of the   Temple in Jerusalem   as well as the continuously burning fire on the   altar   of burnt offerings in front of the Temple.     It also symbolizes God's eternal presence and is therefore never extinguished. It is also intended to draw parallels between God and fire, or light, which is emphasized throughout the book of Exodus in the   Torah. Additionally, it is often used to symbolize the light released from the shards of the receptacles that God used to create light and goodness.

These lights are never allowed to dim or go out, and in the case of electric problems, alternate emergency energy sources are used to prevent it from diminishing.


                    The Hebrew  Ner Tamid is the corrupted form of the Tamil word -- Nar theemathi--   Nar +[good- four sides ]-- Thee  Maa[ great ] +   Aa Thee[ primordial fire]  which is  eternal.  Ma  could signify the Mars ,the Marran, lord Murugan , Horus junior.


                     Kalya   is an   Israeli settlement   and a   kibbutz   in the   West Bank   established in 1929 on the northern shore of the   Dead Sea, 360 meters below sea level it was occupied and destroyed by the Jordanians in 1948 and

rebuilt in 1968, after the   Six-Day War. It belongs to the Ihud HaKibbutzim movement.


 The name   Kalya   is derived from   kalium , the   Latin   name for   potassium, a chemical found in abundance in the region. Kalya is also a Hebrew acronym for-   Kam Litkhiya Yam HaMavet   . literally, the Dead Sea has returned to life.


                    Kalya  is  related to the Tamil words like Kaliyan [ Siva}, Kalayam[ pot] Kalai [bull], Kaalai[ morning] and Kalai[arts].  But then, Kalya could be the Tamil word  Kal + ayam   which means the  place  where there was salt[ kal]  , here the potassium.



                         Mount Zion  ,   Arabic:    Jebal Sahyoun ) is a hill in   Jerusalem   just outside the walls of the   Old City.

The   etymology   of the word   Zion   ( ?iyyôn ) is uncertain.   Mentioned in the Bible in the   Book of Samuel    as the name of the   Jebusite   fortress conquered by   King David, its origin likely predates the   Israelites.   If   Semitic, it may be derived from the Hebrew root '' ?iyyôn   ("castle") or the   Arabic   root   ?iyya   ("dry land") or the Arabic   šana   ("protect" or "citadel").   It might also be related to the Arabic root   ?ahî   ("ascend to the top") or   ?uhhay   ("tower" or "the top of the mountain").   A non-Semitic relationship to the   Hurrian   word   šeya   ("river" or "brook") has also been suggested.

Sayhun   (Arabic:    ?ahyun   or   ?ihyun ) is the word for Zion in Arabic and   Syriac.   A valley called   Wâdi Sahyûn   ( wadi   being the Arabic for "valley") seemingly preserves the name and is located approximately one and three-quarter miles from the   Old City of Jerusalem's   Jaffa Gate.


                   Mount  Zion  is the corrupted form of the Tamil name  ‘Seyon'  or ‘ ceyon'  which means the  Balan--the child-[ of  Lord Siva]- lord  Murugan,  the dweller of the mountain tops  who is eternally  young, who is the  sun god, equivalent to the Egyptian  Horus, Junior .




                    Ramla   ( (also   Ramlah ,   Ramle ,   Remle   and sometimes   Rama ) is a city in central   Israel. The city is predominantly   Jewish   with a significant   Arab   minority. Ramla was founded circa 705–715 AD by the   Umayyad   Caliph Suleiman ibn Abed al-Malik after the Arab conquest of the region. Ramla lies along the route of the   Via Maris , connecting old   Cairo   (Fustat) with   Damascus, at the intersection of the roads connecting the port of   Jaffa   with   Jerusalem.


                    Ramla is the combination of Ra+ ma+ la   which means the land ruled by the sun [Ra], Ma [Maran--Mars] and the moon. Rema and Ram lath   are related proper names of women in India.  



Palestine    Filas?in ,   Falas?in ,   Filis?in ;   Greek:,   Palaistine ;   Latin:   Palaestina ;   Hebrew:   Palestina   is a conventional name, among others, for the geographic region in Western Asia between the   Mediterranean Sea   and the   Jordan River, and various adjoining lands. The region is also known as the   Land of Israel   (Hebrew:    Eretz-Yisra'el ),   the   Holy Land, the   Southern Levant  .  


                    The term   Peleset   (transliterated   from   hieroglyphs   as   P-r-s-t ) is found in numerous Egyptian documents referring to a neighboring people or land starting from c.1150 BCE during the   Twentieth dynasty of Egypt. The first mention is thought to be in texts of the temple at   Medinet Habu, which record a people called the Peleset among the   Sea Peoples   who invaded   Egypt   in   Ramesses III's reign.   The   Assyrians   called the same region   Palashtu   or   Pilistu , beginning with   Adad-nirari III   in the Nimrud Slab in c.800 BCE through to emperor   Sargon II, in his Annals approximately a century later Neither the Egyptian or Assyrian sources provided clear regional boundaries for the term.

Palestine  is the corrupted form of the  Tamil word  Balasthan ,  [like Pakistan, Uzbehistan etc]   where   Ba'al  god  was worshipped  in the ancient times.  Balasthan  in  Tamil is  called  as  Balastheenam   . 


 The land of  Eretz--Yisra ‘el  is the corrupted form of the Tamil word  Eri  thee--Eswara vel , where   Eswara  vel is lord Siva, the sun god.


                 When  God  spoke to  Moses  at the burning bush, He

 Informed him that He would redeem the  Israelites  and bring them to a "good and spacious land, a land flowing with milk and honey..."  


             The milk and honey is called as ‘ Paa'l and ‘ Thaen' in Tamil. If we say pal + thaen together   it will be ‘ Palum thaenum'[Palestine--um  had become es] .    Breasts  which  secrete the Paal ,  the milk  is called  as  ‘thanam'  in Tamil  and hence  the land   flowing with   milk and  honey is called as  Palasthanam[  Pala rasa+ thenum].  Palthanam had corrupted to become Palestine. Alternatively   Pal + thaen   = Palestine.  The'  thanam ‘ of  Tamil had corrupted to become the' Stan' of Pakistan , Afghanistan etc.  Note the appearance of the honey bee comb is breast shaped.


The   Negev    is a   desert   and   semi desert   region of southern   Israel. The region's largest city and administrative capital is   Beersheba.


The origin of the word   Negev   is from the   Hebrew   root denoting 'dry'. In the Bible, the word   Negev   is also used for the direction 'south'; some English-language translations use the spelling "Negeb". In Arabic, the Negev is known as   al-Naqab , although it was created with the establishment of the Egypt-Palestine frontier in the 19th   century and has no single traditional Arabic name. During the British Mandate it was called Beersheba sub-district.



The   Arabah   (Hebrew:    HaArava , lit. "desolate and dry area";Arabic:   ? ,   Wadi ?Araba ), also known as   Aravah, is a section of the   Jordan Rift Valley   running in a north-south orientation between the southern end of the   Sea of Galilee   (as the Jordan river valley) down to the   Dead Sea   and continuing further south where it ends at the   Gulf of Aqaba


Negev  desert mimics   the Tamil name Naga  vel-- Naga Veli -  where  there  were  abundant  Nagas [Na+ ka] or the  desert[ Veli-- open space] cobras. The Arabic name  Al- Naqab     has the ‘vel ‘ in it. The name of the Desert [ Arabah ] Arava  means  snake  in Tamil.  Aaron is the name related to that.



                                           Gaza   (Arabic:   ?   Gazzah ,   IPA: ['?azza]), also referred to as   Gaza City , is a   Palestinian   city in the   Gaza Strip, with a population of about 450,000, making it the largest city in the   Palestinian territories. Inhabited since at least the 15th century BC,   Gaza has been dominated by several different peoples and empires throughout its history. The   Philistines   made it a part of their   pentapolisafter the   Ancient Egyptians   had ruled it for nearly 350 years. Under the   Romans   and later the   Byzantines, Gaza experienced relative peace and its port flourished. In 635 AD, it became the first city in   Palestine   to be conquered by the   Rashidun army   and quickly developed into a centre of   Islamic law. However, by the time the   Crusaders   invaded the city in the late 11th century, it was in ruins. In later centuries, Gaza experienced several hardships—from   Mongol   raids to floods and locusts, reducing it to a village by the 16th century, when it was incorporated into the   Ottoman Empire. During the first half of Ottoman rule, the   Ridwan dynasty controlled Gaza and under them the city went through an age of great commerce and peace.



                                          The name "Gaza" is first known from military records of   Thutmose III   of Egypt in the 15th century BCE.   According to Shahin, the   Ancient Egyptians   called it "Ghazzat" ("prized city"), and the ancient Arabs often referred to it as "Ghazzat Hashem", in honor of   Hashim, the great-grandfather of   Muhammad, who is buried in the city, according to Islamic tradition .

Other proper   Arabic transliterations   for the Arabic name are   Ghazzah   and   ?azza . Accordingly, "Gaza" might be spelled in English as "Gazza."         



                          Gaza  is the combination of  Ka + sa   which could mean  the  sahu of the sky  or the   moon[sa]   of the sky  [k] . Ghazzat  means the   ka+ sa+ thee.  Giza is the corrupted form of the  word  Gaza.



 The word'  Kaasakku'  means  make it  to  the coins [ shining  and rounded  as that  of  moon ].  The Tamil word ‘Kasukku' means    to wash /squash/squzee the clothes   to make it bright and white as that of Ka or   sa   [sky or the Sahu or moon].

Kasu   in Tamil  means coins.



The   kasa  of the   kasa ladu  mango , signifies the  yellow  color     Ka  sa  , the moon of the sky



Chaldea   or   Chaldaea,   from Greek   ,   Chaldaia ;   Akkadian:   mat ?aldu ;    Aramaic   Kaldo ) was a marshy land located in south eastern   Mesopotamia   which came to rule   Babylon   briefly. Tribes of   Semitic   settlers who arrived in the region from the 10th Century BC became known as the Chaldeans or the Chaldees. The   Hebrew   Bible uses the term Kasdim  and this is translated as Chaldaeans in the   Septuagint.

The short-lived 11th dynasty of the   Kings of Babylon   (6th century BC) is conventionally known to historians as the   Chaldean Dynasty, although only the first four rulers of this dynasty were known to be Chaldeans, and the last ruler,   Nabonidus   (and his son and regent   Belshazzar) was known to be from   Assyria .     The region in which the Chaldeans settled was in the southern portion of   Babylonia, lying chiefly on the right bank of the   Euphrates. Though the name came to be commonly used to refer to the whole of southern Mesopotamia, Chaldea proper was in fact the vast plain in the far south east formed by the deposits of the   Euphrates   and the   Tigris, extending to about four hundred miles along the course of these rivers, and about a hundred miles in average width.



                             Chaldea as the name of a country is used in two different senses. In the early period it was the name of a small territory in southern   Babylonia   extending along the northern and probably also the western shores of the   Persian Gulf.     It is called in Assyrian   mat Kaldi ” land of Chaldea". The expression   mat Bit Yakin   is also used, apparently synonymously.   Bit Yakin   was likely the chief or capital city of the land. The king of Chaldea is also called the king of Bit Yakin, just as the kings of Babylonia are regularly styled simply king of   Babylon, the capital city. In the same way, the Persian Gulf was sometimes called "the Sea of Bit Yakin, instead of "the Sea of the Land of Chaldea."


                                                                                      The Chaldeans like the rest of Mesopotamia and much of the ancient   Near East   and   Asia Minor, from the 10th to late 7th centuries BC, came to be dominated by the   Assyrian Empire, based in northern Mesopotamia.



                                                     The Chaldean king   Merodach-Baladan   allied with the   Elamites   during the 8th century BC in numerous failed attempts to wrest Babylon from the Assyrians.



                                                    In 626 BC, following the death of   Ashurbanipal, a series of bitter wars broke out in the   Assyrian Empire   over who should rule. These wars greatly weakened the empire. Sensing this weakness,           the   Chaldeans,   Babylonians,   Medes   and   Persians,   Scythians   and   Cimmerians   formed a coalition and attacked the Assyrian Empire in 616 BC. In 612 BC they destroyed   Nineveh,   Harran   fell in 609 BC, and the last Assyrian army at   Carchemish   in 605 BC.


 Caldea  is the corrupted form of the Tamil word   kala  theeyum.  Kala  means  time . ‘  Thee ‘means the fire god or the sun .   Kala  also means  worshippers of   Kalan , the sun god , the time keeper of the world  .Hence  Kala theeyum  also mean  the land  of   Kala thee worshippers[ like in Alayam or Kalayam  ].  Caldeans=  Kal  theeyarkal . Theeyum  had corrupted to become  thaesum   in India   .  Uthira pra desam   , Mathiya pra desam   etc are examples . Thaesum  means the   direction  where the thee[ sun]  goes or sets.


Akkadian  name   Mat  Haldu  is  Ma  aathi  kala  thee.


                                              Caldean king ‘s name Marodach  Baladan is the pure Tamil name  Murugan  Balagan  or  Bala  Murugan.  Nebonidus  is the corrupted form of the Tamil name, Nar Bumi dasan   and his  son's name  Belshazzar  is the Tamil  name Bala  seshan.


                                              Assyrian king' name   Ashurbanipal   is the corrupted form of the Tamil name Ashuran-- Bani Balan  . 

Bani balan is  the corrupted form of the Bumi Balan.  


                                          Elamite    is the Tamil  name  Ela mathi    which means the new moon.

                  Meso patomia  Is the corrupted form of the Tamil name ‘ Masae  patham amma'.  The  Ubaid  king ‘s name  Mesh  ane  pada    is the  alternative form  which means the  place[ peedam]  where the foot[ Padam]  of   Masae [ sun]  and  Amman [moon]  rests.

  Patha  boomi  had  corrupted to become Peeda  boomi  in Tamil.


Ur   ;  Sumerian:   Urim ;     Sumerian Cuneiform:    URIM      Akkadian:   Uru   was an important   Sumerian city-state   in ancient   Mesopotamia   located at the site of modern   Tell el-Muqayyar   in   Iraq's   Dhi Qar Governorate.     Once a coastal   city   near the mouth of the   Euphrates   on the   Persian Gulf, Ur is now well inland, south of the   Euphrates   on its right bank, 16 kilometers (9.9 mi) from   Nasiriyah .  

The city dates from the   Ubaid   period circa 3800 BC, and is recorded in written history as a   City State   from the 26th century BC, its first recorded king being   Mesh-Ane-pada. The city's patron deity was     Nanna   (in   Akkadian   Sin), the Sumerian and   Akkadian(Assyrian-Babylonian)   moon god, and the name of the city is in origin derived from the god's name,   URIM  being the classical Sumerian spelling of   LAK UNUG, literally "the abode (UNUG) of Nanna (LAK-32).





      The site is marked by the ruins of the   Ziggurat of Ur, which contained the shrine of Nanna, excavated in the 1930s. The temple was built in the 21st century BC (short chronology), during the reign of   Ur-Nammu   and was reconstructed in the 6th century BC by Nabonidus, (the Assyrian born last king of   Babylon) in the 6th century BC.











Nannaa  is the sun god . Nannan =  Nal+ an. Nammu  is the moon god . Nammu = Nal+ ammu. Nasairiyah  is the combination of  Nal +sa+Oraiyan.


                                                             Ur   is the pure Tamil word which has it's origin from thwe word Orai, the star.  The   place ‘ur ‘   was considered to be  the   equivalent  to the position  of  the  star of  the sky in the earth.  Akkadian Uru is  also  very similar  to the Tamil word   ur  which denotes ‘  a   dwelling  place'[Orai'  in  urai   vidum  ] or   a  ‘village'  or town .  The names of the various  places in Tamil Nadu [also India] are  Thirupur; Thirur[Kerala]; Maravur;  Nallur;  Aampur; Thiruchendur;  Kadvur;Caddalur;coodalur;Mysore; Indore; Udaipur ;Jaipur ;Jothpur;Kalamavur;Kaattur;Viraganur;Thennur; Woraiyur;Kallore; pugalur; Karuppur;Karur; Coimbatore; Kannur;  Maravanur;  Mathukkur; Koothanallur;Puthur; Pratiyur; Thanjavur; Naagur;  ;Perumbavur ;Arumbavur,Nallur;Thirusivaperur; Chithur ; Chruthavur; Panjapur; Punganur; Perambalur ;  Sathur ; Neruppur ;Chenganur; Nilambur; Moovanur,Kalathur;Vaeppur,Keeranur;Malayianur;  Saharanpur ;Nagpur etc.  [  also   Assur, Nippur  of  Mesopatomia ;Nishapur of  Uzbekistan ; Uthampur-Kashmir;  Bahawalpur, Sukkur, Kharipur, Lahore ---Pakistan].

Nannaa  is the sun god . Nannan =  Nal+ an. Nammu  is the moon god . Nammu = Nal+ ammu. Nasairiyah  is the combination of  Nal +sa+Oraiyan.


                                                             Ur   is the pure Tamil word which has it's origin from thwe word Orai, the star.  The   place ‘ur ‘   was considered to be  the   equivalent  to the position  of  the  star of  the sky in the earth.  Akkadian Uru is  also  very similar  to the Tamil word   ur  which denotes ‘  a   dwelling  place'[Orai'  in  urai   vidum  ] or   a  ‘village'  or town .  The names of the various  places in Tamil Nadu [also India] are  Thirupur; Thirur[Kerala]; Maravur;  Nallur;  Aampur; Thiruchendur;  Kadvur;Caddalur;coodalur;Mysore; Indore; Udaipur ;Jaipur ;Jothpur;Kalamavur;Kaattur;Viraganur;Thennur; Woraiyur;Kallore; pugalur; Karuppur;Karur; Coimbatore; Kannur;  Maravanur;  Mathukkur; Koothanallur;Puthur; Pratiyur; Thanjavur; Naagur;  ;Perumbavur ;Arumbavur,Nallur;Thirusivaperur; Chithur ; Chruthavur; Panjapur; Punganur; Perambalur ;  Sathur ; Neruppur ;Chenganur; Nilambur; Moovanur,Kalathur;Vaeppur,Keeranur;Malayianur;  Saharanpur ;Nagpur etc.  [  also   Assur, Nippur  of  Mesopatomia ;Nishapur of  Uzbekistan ; Uthampur-Kashmir;  Bahawalpur, Sukkur, Kharipur, Lahore ---Pakistan].
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