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The treasures of Sanatan Dharma is so rich and huge one may not even touch its periphery in one’s Lifetime If one were to give up linguistic and regional bias, one may unearth these treasures. I have in many of my posts written on the myth of Tamil and Sanatana Dharma being inimical to each other They complement each other. If one were to read the Vedic texts and ancient Tamil Texts one may notice the following points 1.Shiva is not directly mentioned in the Vedas nor do we find any sukthas ascribed/devoted to Him.His name appears in Sri Rudram, Rudra being an amsa of Shiva and not Shiva in His full Glory 2.Other Gods,Narayna, Vishnu,Varuna, Indra,Agni,Vaayu,Durga, Lakshmi and a Host of others are mentioned in the Vedas 3.Ancient Tamil Spiritual texts mention the following Deities and the earliest Grammar work Tholkaapiyam assigns the territories in which they are the Chief Gods. A).Kurinji,mountainous terrain, Chief Deity is, Cheyon(means The son) called Murugan , that is Subrahmanya . Interestingly Vedas do not mention Subrahmanya directly. B)Mullai, Pastoral lands, the Chief Deity is Maayaon, Vishnu.Maayon means Illusionist, one who creates the Yoga maaya .This is in keeping with the. description of Vishnu in Vedas and the Puranas. C).Marutham, Paddy fields/arable lands, Chief Deity is Indra.. D)Neydhal, Sea and adjoining areas , Chief Deity is Varuna and E)Paalai, Desert Region, Chief Deity is Durga, called Kotravai in Tamil. Even in Tamil, which is believed to have been founded by Lord Shiva,He is not assigned a Region in the manner described above 4.The Yoga system of the Vedic system is by Patanjali. 5.Patanjali is a disciple of Shiva along with Sage Agastya and Bhogar according to Tamil Classics 6.The Yoga developed Thirumoolar, meaning The auspicious first in his Thirumandiram is different from Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra. 7.Yoga developed by Agastya follows Thirumoolar and is different from Patanjali’s. The meaning Shiva in Sanskrit is Auspiciousness. Mangalam. No other meaning is assigned to this word. In Tamil the etymology is slightly different.. Shiva is from Vaa Si. Vaasi when repeated in quick succession. The treasures of Sanatan Dharma is so rich and huge one may not even touch its periphery in one’s Lifetime If one were to give up linguistic and regional bias, one may unearth these treasures. I have in many of my posts written on the myth of Tamil and Sanatana Dharma being inimical to each other They complement each other. If one were to read the Vedic texts and ancient Tamil Texts one may notice the following points 1.Shiva is not directly mentioned in the Vedas nor do we find any sukthas ascribed/devoted to Him.His name appears in Sri Rudram, Rudra being an amsa of Shiva and not Shiva in His full Glory 2.Other Gods,Narayna, Vishnu,Varuna, Indra,Agni,Vaayu,Durga, Lakshmi and a Host of others are mentioned in the Vedas 3.Ancient Tamil Spiritual texts mention the following Deities and the earliest Grammar work Tholkaapiyam assigns the territories in which they are the Chief Gods. A).Kurinji,mountainous terrain, Chief Deity is, Cheyon(means The son) called Murugan , that is Subrahmanya . Interestingly Vedas do not mention Subrahmanya directly. B)Mullai, Pastoral lands, the Chief Deity is Maayaon, Vishnu.Maayon means Illusionist, one who creates the Yoga maaya .This is in keeping with the. description of Vishnu in Vedas and the Puranas. C).Marutham, Paddy fields/arable lands, Chief Deity is Indra.. D)Neydhal, Sea and adjoining areas , Chief Deity is Varuna and E)Paalai, Desert Region, Chief Deity is Durga, called Kotravai in Tamil. Even in Tamil, which is believed to have been founded by Lord Shiva,He is not assigned a Region in the manner described above 4.The Yoga system of the Vedic system is by Patanjali. 5.Patanjali is a disciple of Shiva along with Sage Agastya and Bhogar ..
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The treasures of Sanatan Dharma is so rich and huge one may not even touch its periphery in one’s Lifetime If one were to give up linguistic and regional bias, one may unearth these treasures. I have in many of my posts written on the myth of Tamil and Sanatana Dharma being inimical to each other They complement each other. If one were to read the Vedic texts and ancient Tamil Texts one may notice the following points 1.Shiva is not directly mentioned in the Vedas nor do we find any sukthas ascribed/devoted to Him.His name appears in Sri Rudram, Rudra being an amsa of Shiva and not Shiva in His full Glory 2.Other Gods,Narayna, Vishnu,Varuna, Indra,Agni,Vaayu,Durga, Lakshmi and a Host of others are mentioned in the Vedas 3.Ancient Tamil Spiritual texts mention the following Deities and the earliest Grammar work Tholkaapiyam assigns the territories in which they are the Chief Gods. A).Kurinji,mountainous terrain, Chief Deity is, Cheyon(means The son) called Murugan , that is Subrahmanya . Interestingly Vedas do not mention Subrahmanya directly. B)Mullai, Pastoral lands, the Chief Deity is Maayaon, Vishnu.Maayon means Illusionist, one who creates the Yoga maaya .This is in keeping with the. description of Vishnu in Vedas and the Puranas. C).Marutham, Paddy fields/arable lands, Chief Deity is Indra.. D)Neydhal, Sea and adjoining areas , Chief Deity is Varuna and E)Paalai, Desert Region, Chief Deity is Durga, called Kotravai in Tamil. Even in Tamil, which is believed to have been founded by Lord Shiva,He is not assigned a Region in the manner described above 4.The Yoga system of the Vedic system is by Patanjali. 5.Patanjali is a disciple of Shiva along with Sage Agastya and Bhogar according to Tamil Classics 6.The Yoga developed Thirumoolar, meaning The auspicious first in his Thirumandiram is different from Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra. 7.Yoga developed by Agastya follows Thirumoolar and is different from Patanjali’s. The meaning Shiva in Sanskrit is Auspiciousness. Mangalam. No other meaning is assigned to this word. In Tamil the etymology is slightly different.. Shiva is from Vaa Si. Vaasi when repeated in quick succession. The treasures of Sanatan Dharma is so rich and huge one may not even touch its periphery in one’s Lifetime If one were to give up linguistic and regional bias, one may unearth these treasures. I have in many of my posts written on the myth of Tamil and Sanatana Dharma being inimical to each other They complement each other. If one were to read the Vedic texts and ancient Tamil Texts one may notice the following points 1.Shiva is not directly mentioned in the Vedas nor do we find any sukthas ascribed/devoted to Him.His name appears in Sri Rudram, Rudra being an amsa of Shiva and not Shiva in His full Glory 2.Other Gods,Narayna, Vishnu,Varuna, Indra,Agni,Vaayu,Durga, Lakshmi and a Host of others are mentioned in the Vedas 3.Ancient Tamil Spiritual texts mention the following Deities and the earliest Grammar work Tholkaapiyam assigns the territories in which they are the Chief Gods. A).Kurinji,mountainous terrain, Chief Deity is, Cheyon(means The son) called Murugan , that is Subrahmanya . Interestingly Vedas do not mention Subrahmanya directly. B)Mullai, Pastoral lands, the Chief Deity is Maayaon, Vishnu.Maayon means Illusionist, one who creates the Yoga maaya .This is in keeping with the. description of Vishnu in Vedas and the Puranas. C).Marutham, Paddy fields/arable lands, Chief Deity is Indra.. D)Neydhal, Sea and adjoining areas , Chief Deity is Varuna and E)Paalai, Desert Region, Chief Deity is Durga, called Kotravai in Tamil. Even in Tamil, which is believed to have been founded by Lord Shiva,He is not assigned a Region in the manner described above 4.The Yoga system of the Vedic system is by Patanjali. 5.Patanjali is a disciple of Shiva along with Sage Agastya and Bhogar ..
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