வியாழன், 12 டிசம்பர், 2013

Long ear culture from India to Mesoamerica – a Vedic and Tamil influence! (Part 3)

 

Part 1 here

Part 2 here



I would like to show one more puranic feature from Olmec culture. The Olmec culture existed in the same regions of Mexico where we see the cultures that are described above. But Olmec seems to be the oldest and the mother of them all. Even the name Olmec was taken from Nahua language. The interesting part of it is that the signs of Olmec culture started around 1500 BC – the same time when the Tamil culture in the Indian Ocean habitat was completely wiped off resulting in a complete shatter of the survivors in all directions – with the Tamil king Pandyan moving over to South India Proper and starting a new life with his capital in Madurai.


 

The following image from the Olmec  shows a child sitting on the lap of a king- like figure and another child crying and its mother trying to pacify it. This is a typical Dhruva story found in Vishnu Purana and Bhagavatha Purana.