In context of Vedas, total of 32 Raavans are mentioned. Their places are different. So is Sri Lanka the Lanka made of Gold that Raavan ruled? How did the Gold from INDIA come to the Lanka ? This book Suvarna Lanka traces through history, geography, geology, and mythology to reveal the truth.
The book starts from the discovery of gold from Indian ocean to identification of true Lanka, brief of Ramsetu and Dhanushkoti; ends at the description of the great ruler of Golden City Lanka - Raavan who ruled this Lanka but first of all how did this Lanka became “Suvarnalanka” and the details of other lands of gold is presented in the book, which is hosted on the Sameedh.com web platform.
In Tibetan language, Lanka means island in the midst of Wide River or on oceanfront.
In Indian scriptures many Lankas have been depicted. Sri Lanka (was Sinhal or Silon in past), Roop Lanka, Kaam Lanka, Moh Lanka, Suvarna Lanka etc. Lanka of Rakshasaa’ (demons) was situated at that place where the longitude passing from Ujjain meets equator.
In astrology the Brahma Mahurata started from this place. Due to volcano eruption at Baku near Caspian Sea there was major disaster which occurred second time in 1400 B.C. At that time Krishna’s Dwarka and Lanka submerged (only Maldives and Lakshadweep were left). Along with it Ashmadweepa also submerged.
During this time period many Lanka were submerging into the ocean while many new Lanka were emerging. For describing the particular Lanka of Rakshasaa (demon) glittering in gold, this book has been written.
While getting information regarding lands of gold, many other places were found their present names and location are tried to explain below.
First place is Suvarnapur/Suvarnabhumi located in West Bengal (present Subirnapur in Nadia District). There is another place named Suvarnapur in Orissa. A river named Suvarnarekha (present Subarnarekha) which passes through Jharkhand and meets Bay of Bengal at Jambudweep. This all places are somewhere related to gold but are this places related to the gold of Raavan’s Suvarnalanka? Let us brief our ancient history for the answers.
At the time of Devasur Sangama (the meeting of gods and the demons) the son of Saga Kashyapa sailed Kashyapa Ocean (present Caspian Sea) where he discovered gold mines and became its owner. He was named “Kaashyapa” the son of Saga Kashyapa and as he was the owner of the gold he was called “Hiranyakaashyapa” as “Hiranya” means gold in Sanskrit.
To transport this gold from those mines (present in Kazakhstan) to Lanka, Raavan took advice of his experienced grandfather Sumali. Firstly, they transported it from Kazakhstan to a place called Sumali bhumi (Somalia) located on Kushdweep (At present in Africa). From there it was transported to a place located in southern part of Nepal in present time called Suvarnapur (at present Parsa district in Narayani sector).
Till this destination gold was transported by land route. From this place through Subarnarekha River (known as Suvarnarekha in ancient times) the gold was moved to Jambudweep in Bay of Bangal.
The book presented here has information based on our ancient literatures all the places and directions given in ancient literature are supporting research presented in this book. Please feel free to read :
A diary mentions a shipwreck in year 1872 on the eastern coast of Ceylon in Indian Ocean. This ship had the treasures robbed by Britishers from India. This ship was sailing from Calcutta to England but due to technical errors it got stuck in the East of Ceylon.
Whether the gold obtained from the descent of ocean which was carried by 185 ships to England belonged to Suvarna Lanka? To know this let us know how was Suvarna Lanka established according to the Ancient literatures.
What was the ancient name of Sri Lanka? Where is Sri Lanka cited to be the Lanka? These questions lay the foundation of a lot of information. Many new mysteries are being revealed. Let us time travel to the ancient times.
"The Real History of the World The First Pearl in set of Beads Is In the search of Suvarna Lanka”
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