Ramayana Shri Hanuman is our real history ??


Does Histrory of India has been underestimated by European scientist ON PURPOSE ?

Vanar Sena in Ramayan was in fact an army of Neanderthal men?

 

The soul reason Sri Hanuman is alive is for Sri Ram. As described here, from the Uttara Kanda of the Ramayana, After Sri Ram was told by Yama the god of death that his time on earth is over, Sri Ram prepared to go into the Sarayu river along with his brothers Bharat and Shatrughna (as Lakshman was already dead). Before he did so, he gave boons to various people, and in particular this was the boon he gave to Sri Hanuman:

[Sri Ram] said to Hanuman: "It is settled that thou shalt live forever, do thou, now observe thy promise. As long as my history shall run current in this world do thou at my command live happily." Being thus addressed by high-souled Raghav Hanuman attained to great delight and said: "As long as the sacred theme shall pass current in this world I shall live here carrying out thy commands."


 

The Ramayana was originally penned by Valmiki in Sanskrit, and there are several adaptations and retellings altogether the Indian regional languages. it's the story of Lord Rama, an ancient king Hindus believe to be a perfect human, and the way he rescues his abducted wife with the assistance of a military of forest-dwelling “Vanaras”.

In the vast body of Hindu literature crammed with creative historys and moral fables, the Ramayana is widely accepted as a historical occurrence, though some specifics are disputed.


“If one reads the first Ramayana without the influence of succeeding vernacular versions, which emerged a minimum of several centuries after Valmiki, Vanaras like Hanuman are mentioned as a definite species altogether,” said the author of the new book, Dr Rangan Ramakrishnan, a scholar of the Ramayana and literary historian. “Like other human species, they speak fluently and that they inhabit a particular culture.”

Ramakrishnan runs the organisation Web of Life Makers (WEBOLIM), which is involved in various Ramayana-related activities and has now published the book titled ‘The Ramayana of Valmiki’.

Ramakrishnan researched dozens of retellings and remakes of Ramayana as a part of his five-year-long project to release his book. The compendium, which runs to 10 volumes, may be a comprehensive study on all Ramayana-related stories available in India mapping their advancements.


“Vanaras in Valmiki’s work have tails and ape-resembling faces. So, they’re taken as mere specially ableds in later scriptures, but that needn’t be the case,” said Ramakrishnan. “As new fossil findings regarding various Hominids emerge, it’s certainly pertinent to ascertain them within the prism of a category of human species.”

Ramakrishnan emphasised that the Ramayana could convince be of invaluable literary assistance in discerning the behavioural patterns of rectus and other human species as long as the sector of palaeontology is rapidly evolving.



EVOLVING ERECTUS

Homo erectus – which scientists believe came into being about 2 million years ago and is among the primary human species to steer fully upright – is widely thought to be the foremost successful hominid before the emergence of Homo sapiens . they're also the primary hominid species whose geographical range spans multiple continents.

More than 100 hominid fossils are discovered on Indonesian islands alone, and up to date dating findings have confirmed that Homo erectus lived until about 100,000 years ago – meaning they presumably lived alongside modern humans before they went extinct, although there's some debate over now .

Some research studies suggest H. Erectus could have survived as recent as 50,000 years ago and there's still debate whether we, modern humans, coexisted with other human species.

When the remains of the diminutive human species Homo floresiensis were first discovered in 2003, it caused a sensation within the sphere of evolutionary biology because it exhumed yet one more fresh hominid from the traditional past. Though the Homo floresiensis fossils were first reported to possess been from about 12,000 years ago, it had been later corrected by researchers to about 60,000 years.


However, with successive discoveries and studies from the scientific world throwing fresh light on past human species, particularly on Homo erectus, revised timeline assessments are published from time to time. Several questions like the explanation for their extinction and their area of emergence remain unanswered.

“Ramayana is probably the sole literature to talk a few sort of human species offering to fill a crucial gap in human ancestry and evolution through literary support,” said Ramakrishnan. “Interestingly, the protagonist Lord Rama corresponds to the sapiens, other ‘Vanaras’ loosely match Homo erectus, while the villain Ravana and his ‘Rakshasas’ clan are mostly according to the outline of Homo Neanderthals.

“Are these striking similarities mere coincidence? Or shouldn’t we take it more seriously?

POINT OF CONTENTION

However, not most are impressed with the comparisons drawn from the Ramayana. American palaeoanthropologist Russell Ciochon acknowledged there aren't iceable dissimilarities between Vanaras and Homo erectus that are not so easily explained.

“There is a few evidence that Homo erectus may have had protolanguage, but the species wouldn't be as well-spoken as Hanuman,” said Ciochon, a professor at the University of Iowa, who led a team of researchers during a groundbreaking study in Indonesia last year which found that Homo erectus had survived for just over 100,000 years.

“Homo erectus didn't have a tail or the distinctive cheek pouches that Hanuman is usually illustrated with.”

Ciochon’s study strengthened the hypothesis that modern humans and Homo erectus could have lived alongside each other .

When questioned about Ciochon’s findings, Ramakrishnan said the sector of fossil studies and therefore the evolutionary path of recent humans are still at a nascent stage, with many unexplored possibilities of their trajectory. “But what's certain is that the Ramayana story of Valmiki deals with a spread of human species along side Homo sapiens ,” he said, leaving open the likelihood that Hanuman was indeed human.


ANIMAL EQUALITY

Ramakrishnan’s new book also unearths the fresh discovery that the notion of humanity superiority – that humans are ascendant over all others within the Animalia – is nonexistent in Ramayana.

“In a huge epic of quite 20,000 verses, there’s not even one context during which a specific species is degraded or mentioned as inferior to humans,” he said. “It’s quite common in any story for a personality to scold another as ‘pig’ or ‘dog’ or ‘donkey’. But this concept is absent in Ramayana.”

Building thereon , he said: “There should be some extent of your time within the survival process where the sapiens never felt superior to subjugate other species. The Ramayana-story of Valmiki likely belongs thereto age.”

“If the society of Ramayana didn't consider animals inferior to humans, then why ask of discrimination among humans? The age of Ramayana didn't consider one particular class or caste of sapiens as inferior to few others – an interesting societal characteristic which is tough to seek out in any voluminous literature within the world,” said Ramakrishnan, adding that these attributes help map the distant past as he explained the antiquity of the Ramayana placing the epic within the realms of the existence of H. Erectus and Hanuman.


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