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Were the Mayas’ Pyramids Built By the Vedic Architect Maya? (by Marcus Schmieke)

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prasad1

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In the scriptures of South India, countries located south of India and their relation to the Vedic culture were mentioned. Following these traces, the renowned Vedic architect Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati travelled to Peru in spring of 1995. His ancestors had built the big Shiva temple in Tanjore approximately a thousand years ago, and he himself continues to build temples all over the world according to the same principles of Vedic architecture. Merely studying old Sanskrit and Tamil scriptures on architecture caused him to assume that there had to be a connection between South America and India.

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praveen

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This relationship is also mentioned in an another book that i read a few years ago. It was written in the 60's and was talking about the relationship between Maya/Aztecs with South Indians (read Pallavas/Pandavas).
 
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