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The Unicorn, The Ficus Religiosa and the Egyptian Bata

The Unicorn, The Ficus Religiosa and the Egyptian Bata

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Published by Vijaya Bhaarati
This work explores the influence of Bharata in Egyptian mythology.The relation of the Unicorn to the Ficus is also
discussed.
This work explores the influence of Bharata in Egyptian mythology.The relation of the Unicorn to the Ficus is also
discussed.

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Published by: Vijaya Bhaarati on Jan 21, 2010
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The Unicorn,the Ficus Religiosa and the Egyptian Bata
We have discussed the close relation the Harappan Bharats have with theEgyptians in Bharata the language of the Harappans(pp 85-95).
 
The vedic Aarya is not the horse riding and Ephedra sacrificing steppeAaryan
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Bhaarata is Aarya and Melukaah(Hebrew-king). His asva is the bulland his soma is rice . He is most likely an Afro-Asian .Numerous Egyptianwords have their counterparts in Bharata .Phara-oh is Bhara-ta ( prabhu-bhadra- bull,king) .Their chief god the Ra – Harmachis bird is Bharata Ra-vi(bird)karmasaakshi(the sun).Their Isis is Bharata Usha(aja,iisa);Osiris(Serapis,usra,Rudra-bhadra) or Apis(hapis-aspa,Vrishaa kapi.Hanuman,Sugriiva etc are kapi purusha or kaavi purusha-saffronclad ministers of Rama –the king-migrating to Lanka-Ganga region fromHarappa. ) is Savitri ; Wepwawet(wolf god,prabhaata-dawn,prakaasa-light) or
 
Sed(dog god,teja-light,sada-rice) is Soma(bhadra-rice,vrika-wolf,Varaaha-Vishnu,vriihi- rice,svaana-dog); Khnum(ram-headedgod) is Daksha(ram headed).The Egyptian priests used to partially shave oftheir hair to make a bhadra(circle = patta) and note the bhadra on theforehead of the Harappan priest king(DK1909).The Brahmins shave their hairto make the puurvasikha or the pascimasaakha like the tail of the Fig leaf(patra-leaf;bhadra-head,bull,light,a staff;bharata-fire,light) to indicate light.The Egyptian priests used to wear white(bhadra) robes(like the robes of theChristian priests) to denote the white Sun and the pavitra(saavitra) wornby the Bharadvijas(Bharats).They used to have ritual bathing in the riverNile.Note the Great Bath of Harappa used for the saavitra bathing and theDeepaali bathing in the month of Asvina(narakacaturdasi).The location ofEgyptian and Assyrian mummies at Lothal(cf.the unicorn and the lamassu)further establishes the link between the cultures.Along with trade there
 
was exhange of knowledge in all fields including religion and riuals. TheChristian traditions also have the same roots through Mitraism(cf.Dr.S.Radhakrishnan:Eastern religion and western thought :5.3 Romanempire and the cult of Mitraism) .The Egyptians have a very popular story of two brothers calledAnpu(Asva,soma) and Bata(bhadra-bull,bhraatri-brother,praata-dawn)(Ancient Egypt Myth and History-Chapter 4 .The peasant who becameking.Geddes& Grosset) like the Asvins(asva-bull;soma bhadra is split into somaand bhadra) of the Bharats.Anpu is also ambu(jiiva-water,life),amsu(ray),ambily(the moon-Malayalam) etc. Light is considered aswater and life. Mihira ,the sun,is said to wet the earth.Anpu(cf.Soma,Aruna) is the elder brother and had a wife whom Bata lookedupto her as his mother(Night is wife of the moon.At dusk she becomes thewife of the sun. At dawn she is his mother.Sarasvati-prabhaata-dawn is

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