Hindu Vedic Culture in Peru

 In 1994 i noticed a newspaper article that confirmed a photograph of a "huaco" (an ancient pot generally made from clay, from the inca culture or older). The signal that seemed in this "huaco" was a massive svastika with four dots internal. That is a vedic sign that you can see on the pinnacle of the gates of historical temples. (of direction, the archeologists did not recognize what that image meant and perhaps they nonetheless do not know it).

Also, a devotee-pupil instructed me that he had visible every other "huaco" that he described in this manner: a monkey supposedly going for walks or flying, keeping a small mountain in a single hand and a membership in the different. The monkey had some type of helmet. Sounds acquainted doesn't it? Jaya sri hanumanji!

I've heard that a few testimonies from ramayana tell that sri ramacandra got here to the american continent when he was combating with ravana & kumbhakarna. That is a completely interesting factor. While you go to bolivia and to the south of peru, you may see a totally well-known festival called "l.  A. Diablada" ("demoniac dance"). This competition depicts a completely ancient tale: two angel-like warriors combat against a 10-headed demon. This demon has an army and the angelical warriors are being helped by animal armies, especially by using a society of well-prepared monkeys. Jaya sri ramayana!

I have additionally heard that the phrase "dinka" means "youngsters of the solar" or "worshipers of the solar" in sanskrit or a few other indian language. The phrase "inka" in quechua (language spoken by way of the inca lifestyle) method "children of the solar". And worshiping the solar gives the worshiper intelligence and gold, a completely infamous function of the inca empire. Their society turned into very much like varnashrama.

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