Aryan Origin

 

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Ārya (Sanskrit: ā́rya: noble/lord, pure, perfect, excellent…) is a term used in Sanskrit that oftenly appears in Sanatan Dharma(Hinduism). The word Arya (Aryan) means “Noble”Anyone following Sanatan Dharma(Hinduism) is called an Arya.The British/Arabs/persians introduced the term Hindu.The word Hindu was a very respected word in Soudi Arabia for the people of India or Hind or Aryavarta.Reference:-

The word ārya (Pāli: ariya), in the sense “noble” or “exalted”, is very frequently used in Buddhist texts to designate a spiritual warrior or hero, which use this term much more often than Hindu or Jain texts. Buddha’s Dharma and Vinaya are the ariyassa dhammavinayo. The Four Noble Truths are called the catvāry āryasatyāni (Sanskrit) or cattāri ariyasaccāni (Pali). The Noble Eightfold Path is called the āryamārga (Sanskrit, also āryāṣṭāṅgikamārga) or ariyamagga (Pāli). Buddhists themselves are called ariyapuggalas (Arya persons). Arya means Aryan and mārga means path of an Aryan.Those who despise Buddhism are often called “anāryas”meaning not an Aryan.Sikhism is actually called Sanatan Sikhi.Sikhism/Buddhism and Hinduism are British names.They are eternal religion called Sanatan Dharma or Arya Dharma.

Ancient sanskrit scripture writes “praja arya jyotiragrah (Aryans people are led by the divine grace).In the Mahabharata, the terms Arya or Anarya are often applied to people according to their behaviour. Dushasana, who tried to disrobe Draupadi in the Kaurava court, is called an “Anarya” meaning not an Aryan or not a Hindu.

The Ramayana describes Rama as: Arya sarva samascaiva sadaiva priyadarsanah, meaning “Arya, who worked for the equality of all and was dear to everyone.”

In the Ramayana, the term Arya can also apply to even Raksasas or to Ravana. In several instances, the Vanaras and Raksasas called themselves Arya. The monkey king Sugriva is called an Arya (Ram: 505102712) and he also speaks of his brother Vali as an Arya (Ram: 402402434). In another instance in the Ramayana, Ravana regards himself and his ministers as Aryas (Ram: 600600512).But Ravans negative actions were anarya(not an act of an Aryan)

According to Swami Vivekananda, “A child materially born is not an Aryan; the child born in spirituality is an Aryan.” He further elaborated, referring to the Manu Smriti: “Says our great law-giver, Manu, giving the definition of an Aryan, ‘He is the Aryan, who is born through prayer.’ Every child not born through prayer is illegitimate, according to the great law-giver: “The child must be prayed for. Those children that come with curses, that slip into the world, just in a moment of inadvertence, because that could not be prevented – what can we expect of such progeny?…”(Swami Vivekananda, Complete Works vol.8).The parents should be spiritually and mentally prepared for bearing a child and welcome the child to the spiritual  world.

Vidura, the son of a Dasi born from Vyasa, was the only person in the assembly whose behaviour is called “Arya”, because he was the only one who openly protested when Draupadi was being disrobed by Dushasana. The Pandavas called themselves “Anarya” in the Mahabharata (0071670471) when they killed Drona .

ahm bhumimdadamaryam  (Rigveda)
Creater declares: I have bestowed this land to Aryas.
Kirnvanto Vishwaryam (Rigveda)
Make the entire world noble.
Aa na bhadra katavo yanto vishwatah (Rigveda)
Let noble thoughts come from all sides.
Mata Bhumih putro ham prithvyah (Atharva veda)
Earth is my mother, and I am her son.
Vasudeva kutumbubakam
The entire universe is one family.

Lord Krisha to Arjuna in Mahabharat———

Explanation of Arya and Aryavarta in Manusamhita by Maharishi Manu.

Manusamhita 2:19:-[Commentry:]19)The field of Kriya(body)–moon–the land of “Matsya.”Panchala.” bindu– All are places of Omkar Kriya:all are place of the Kriya of the entire day and night(Samadhi).**In all of these places, the sages of Brahman show themselves:for this reason,this is called “Aryavarta“[place of the sages].

Manusamhita 2:22:- [Commentry:]22)All that can be seen in directions of east and west are experienced as limitless–this is called “Aryavarta”This is normal and usual among that which is experienced-meaning the paravastha of Kriya.

Manisamhita2:109:- [Commentry:]109)Aryaputrah(son of Arya)One whose mind is in the Void,one who maintains the body well,….

Reference:Manusamhita http://yoganiketan.net/manu/manu_samhita.pdf

Swami Vivekananda on Aryan Invasion Theory(1663AD-1902AD)

“Our archaeologists’ dreams of India being full of dark-eyed aborigines, and the bright Aryans came from – the Lord knows where. According to some, they came from Central Tibet; others will have it that they came from Central Asia. There are patriotic Englishmen who think that the Aryans were all red haired. Others, according to their idea, think that they were all black-haired. If the writer happens to be a black-haired man, the Aryans were all black-haired. Of late, there was an attempt made to prove that the Aryans lived on Swiss lake. I should not be sorry if they had been all drowned there, theory and all. Some say now that they lived at the North Pole. Lord bless the Aryans and their habitations! As for as the truth of these theories, there is notone word in our scriptures, not one, to prove that the Aryans came from anywhere outside of India, and in ancient India was included Afghanistan. There it ends…”
“And the theory that the Shudra varna were all non-Aryans and they were a multitude, is equally illogical and irrational. It could not have been possible in those days that a few Aryans settled and lived there with a hundred thousand slaves at their command. The slaves would have eaten them up, made chutney of them in five minutes. The only explanation is to be found in the Mahabharat, which says that in the beginning of the Satya Yoga there was only one varna, the Brahmins, and then by differences of occupations they went on dividing themselves into different varna, and that is the only true and rational explanation that has been given. And in the coming Satya Yuga all other varna will have to go back to the same condition.” (The Complete Work of Swami Vivekananda, Vol.III Page 293)

Then there is the other idea that the Shudra caste are surely the aborigines. What are they? They are slaves. They say history repeats itself. The Americans, English, Dutch, and the Portuguese got hold of the poor Africans and made them work hard while they lived, and their children of mixed birth were born in slavery and kept in that condition for a long period. From that wonderful example, the mind jumps back several thousand years and fancies that the same thing happened here, and our archaeologist dreams of India being full of dark-eyed aborigines, and the bright Aryan came from — the Lord knows where. According to some, they came from Central Tibet, others will have it that they came from Central Asia. There are patriotic Englishmen who think that the Aryans were all red-haired. Others, according to their idea, think that they were all black-haired. If the writer happens to be a black-haired man, the Aryans were all black-haired. Of late, there was an attempt made to prove that the Aryans lived on the Swiss lakes. I should not be sorry if they had been all drowned there, theory and all. Some say now that they lived at the North Pole. Lord bless the Aryans and their habitations! As for the truth of these theories, there is not one word in our scriptures, not one, to prove that the Aryan ever came from anywhere outside of India, and in ancient India was included Afghanistan. There it ends. And the theory that the Shudra caste were all non-Aryans and they were a multitude, is equally illogical and equally irrational. It could not have been possible in those days that a few Aryans settled and lived there with a hundred thousand slaves at their command. These slaves would have eaten them up, made “chutney” of them in five minutes. The only explanation is to be found in the Mahâbhârata, which says that in the beginning of the Satya Yuga there was one caste, the Brahmins, and then by difference of occupations they went on dividing themselves into different castes, and that is the only true and rational explanation that has been given. And in the coming Satya Yuga all the other castes will have to go back to the same condition.

Max Muller and his distorted translation of sansk

rit scripture

Real motive behind Aryan Dravidian theory formulated by Max Muller

Letters of Max Muller

Shlokas on Arya

Swami Vivekananda on future of India.

http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Complete_Works_of_Swami_Vivekananda/Volume_3/Lectures_from_Colombo_to_Almora/The_Future_of_India

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3 Responses to “Aryan Origin”

  1. I liked very much this synthesis. I may, however, if you don’t mind, point out to you an anachronism. For example you wrote : “In the Mahabharata, the terms Arya or Anarya are often applied to people according to their behaviour. Dushasana, who tried to disrobe Draupadi in the Kaurava court, is called an “Anarya” meaning not an Aryan or not a Hindu.” The word ‘Hindu’ did not exist in the Mahabharata. In fact, it is not a Vedic word and it was not used by ancient sages. By putting it the way you did, you are equating Aryan with Hindu, which is not proper. Not all Hindus are (or were) Aryans; far from it.
    My respects.

  2. santosh singh Says:

    The generations of surya dynasty’called Aryans

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