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Concordance - Maya Languages of America and Bharat - India LanguagesAn amazing concordance was seen by author between the Mayan languages of South and Meso America and
Bharat Indian languages.
D. G. BRINTONThis transliteration of The Annals of the Cakchiquels confirms that Maya Language Cakchiquel has full concordance to Bharat India languagesMayan languages are Ancient Sanskrit based having also what is now called Dravidian languages such as Telugu Tamil, Kannada, Tulu andsome tribal languages of the sub continent India.BRINTON’S LIBRARY OFABORIGINAL AMERICAN LITERATURE.A seperate work titled Concordance - Maya Languages of America and Bharat - India Languages is being published by this author NUMBER VI.Concordance is established by statistical analysis:-THE ANNALS1.The likelihood of chance favouring concordance is worked out.OF THE2.The pattern of concordance is analyzed - Early Sanskrit - Veda and later forms. So called Dravidian Tamil - Telugu, Kannada, Tulu, Konkani and other Bharath - India language linkages.CAKCHIQUELS.3. The work shows substantial significant concordance with Sanskrit and Sanskrit based langages as analysed with Panini's DhatuPatha.4. Significant concordance is also found with so called Dravidian languages Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Tulu and often tribal languages of the Sub continent.THE ORIGINAL TEXT, WITH A TRANSLATION, NOTES ANDINTRODUCTION.From the Concordance in the first place to any Bharat-Indian language and furthermore concordance patterning with a wide spectrum of India's languages presents a number of significant issues for consideration.BY1. The Mayans of South and Meso America had lived in an ecological niche and isolation till about only 400 years back.2. That their language can be amenable to the Barakhadi - phoneticDANIEL G. BRINTONclassification system of India could show a universal application of the system to any phonetically based language that may not even have a script. The Barakhadi system is essentially taught as svara (so called vowels) a A i I u U Rr RU Lu LU e E o O au aM aH. and vya~jjana (ka kha ga gha ~g ca cha ja jha ~j Ta Tha Da Dha Na ttha da dha na p pha ba bha ma ya ra la va sha sa ha) to children from age of learning in Ini.3. The e E and o O svara differentiation in so called Dravdian languages is also present in Maya. This is notably absent in so called Aryan language - Sanskrit and derivatives.ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR49505152535455565758596061626364656667686970717273747576777879808182838485868788899091929394