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Reply ScottVow
5:58 AM on October 22, 2017 
Hi
Reply ScottBon
2:07 PM on August 3, 2017 
Reply Anonymous
12:17 PM on March 28, 2015 
The Saka Kardamaka line in india, is the same as that of the Kardama line in Bulgaria.The name Kardama coincides with the Bulgarian ruler Kardam, which is the line of the Scythians (Saka), of the Saxe-Coburg-Gotha or the British house of Windsors. The Kardams are the Desendants of Parjapati Karddama. The King of Bhalika or Bactria.
Reply Anonymous
2:32 PM on March 14, 2015 
There Is Clanning system in India in the state of Maharashtra. The clan is the of Marathas. The Kadam/Kadamba/(Kardamaka) of the Kardamaka dynasty and Shinde(Kshahratas) Clans among the marathas are direct descendants of the Saka(Scythian) Line from Afghanisthan(Kandhar). They ruled in Indian as Satraps for the Kushans.
Reply An
2:30 PM on August 9, 2014 
Zarathustra, Zarathoestra or Zoroaster Zara + usta ? ?The mouth of Zara ? ( direct translation from modern Bulgarian) ?Zara? is a human name used in Bulgaria, meaning light , sunlight, pure. ?usta?- mouth in Bulgarian. The name as written ( Zarathustra) , might mean purity ( light) of speaking ( words), meaning in short : words of truth or the one who speak the words of the light.
Reply Volodymyr Krasnoholovets
5:10 PM on June 25, 2014 
This is a very remarkable web site. Thanks a lot for so detailed eluciadation! I would like to draw your attention to a very new book of famous Ukrainian archaeologist, historian and ethnographer Dr. Yuri Shilov entitled "Ancient History of Aratta-Ukraine: 20,000 BCE - 1,000 CE", which has recently been released. You can find it at (a pdf file, paper copies will be later): http://www.lulu.com/shop/search.ep?type=eBooks&keyWords=Shilov&sorter=relevance-desc
Reply Yorzhik
3:09 AM on May 28, 2012 
Very interesting website
Reply sam
8:25 AM on April 28, 2012 
Its good that you have just cursorily touched upon the Veda, India and her archeology for that will bring down this whole beautiful structure of your arguments
Reply Sarmatian
1:06 AM on April 13, 2012 
Excellent site! Thank you for your efforts. Very fond of the term Iranic, it is wholly accurate and absolutely fitting.
Reply Bormal
6:21 PM on March 1, 2012 
Great site! I just hate the fact that when one speaks of Aryans (Iranic peoples) Iranians think we are talking about them. I personally am against the term Iranic people as it affiliates all the Aryans with Iranians. Nevertheless, the author as done a wonderful job of summerizing the relations between the various Indo-Europeans.
Reply Makarij
11:51 AM on February 11, 2012 
Ilija Chashule "Basic Burushaski Etymologies"(Muenchen Newcastle , ISBN 3 89586 0891) with the similarities between the modern Macedonian and Burushaski language: abstract BU: ASHMILAS, ASHMILJ = to pacify, placade, persuade, also MILI as a title for the beloved in folk song. PRO-SLAV: mil`= dear, LYTV: mylas and meilus = dear. MK: MIL =dear, Smiluva, Smili = to pacify. BU: ASPALAS, ASPALJ = to kindle, light PROSlAV: Paliti = to burn, to set in flames. MK: SPALE,ZAPALE = to burn, to set in flames. BU: ASH = neck, nape of neck, external trhoat.The locativ of the ASH is ASHI PSlav, MK: Shija = neck.It is also related to the word SHITI = to sew The BURushaski word in its special locative form both semantically and phonetically parallels Slavic. BU: BALKAS( IN LOCATIV: BILKIS) = treasure SOUTH SLAV: BLAGO = treasure MK NAME: BLAGA = treasure. BU: BERKAT = Berg, Mountain. MK: BREG= Berg, Mountain. PROSLAV: BERG´ = berg, Mountain BU: BIRI= boiling MK: VRIE = boiling...as so many times mentioned, B and V are changed many times, Servia=Serbia. BU: BÚR = a single hair. ANC MK : ABROUWES = eye brows PRO SLAV, Old SLAV: BRY, (GENETIV: BR'EVE) = eye brow. BU: D*- ASPASAS, D*-SPASASH = to protect, save, rescue. MK: SPASE = save, DA SPASESH = to save someone. BU: DELAS, DELIAS, DELJ = 1)to beat, strike, smite, hit, shoot,...2) to kill to slay SANSKRIT: DALATI = crack, splits PRO SLAV: DELATI = to work. MK: DELIA = Mythical Hero who kills the Turks. GARU( ALSO: GARÚKI) = spring ALSO: GARÚM = hot GARÚRUM = hot, warm, AS NOUN: GARÚRUMKUSH = heat. GARI = lamp, light , pupil of eye. ANC MK: GORPIAIOS = a hot Macedonian Month MK: GREE = warm, to warm GARE= warming meal, cook soup. BU: GIRATAS; GIRASH = to dance, play OLD SLAV, MK: IGRA = dance, play MK: IGRASH = you play, nominative form from IGRA.
Reply Illegal Immigration Statistics
3:35 PM on June 28, 2011 
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Reply egnikkijamesr2
10:42 PM on June 15, 2011 
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Reply Jász
10:18 AM on March 9, 2011 
Tajik says...
The Wakhi people are of Scytho-Bactrian origine and thus closely related with Tajiks. They share even the same culture and history. In no way they are related with Pashtuns. Pashtuns self are a mix horde of Indians (Indo-Aryans mixed with Dravidians), Arabs, Turks, Mongols, Huns, Jews and to a part with north-Africans, but kept dominantly Indo-Europeans whose gens do not differ from those of Middle East population. Plz see the newest studies. Pashtu is not, as it is claimed here falsefully (the writer doesn´t seem to be a linguist) as forerunner of Pashtu. Pashtuns as people and if we go to their historical home, lived 1000 miles away from the country of Bactria. Even their culture is not of Iranic origine (Pashtunwali) but mostly of the same cluster as we know from Turkic and Mongol nomads (Olaf Caroe wrote an excellent book on Pashtuns). Their names and -suffixs are those of Turko-Mongolian vocabularies, their tribal and national structure is based on Turko-Mongolian vocabularies, such as ''zai'' from Turkic and Mongol ''soy'' and ''X-xy'' and ''khel'' from Turkic ''Ogul''.
Calm down friend! It is not some political forum. Take a deep breath?. You don?t know what are you talking about. You can not be objective because you are too angry. I guess you are trying to invent a new theory
Reply historik
10:00 AM on March 9, 2011 
Tajik says...
The Wakhi people are of Scytho-Bactrian origine and thus closely related with Tajiks. They share even the same culture and history. In no way they are related with Pashtuns. Pashtuns self are a mix horde of Indians (Indo-Aryans mixed with Dravidians), Arabs, Turks, Mongols, Huns, Jews and to a part with north-Africans, but kept dominantly Indo-Europeans whose gens do not differ from those of Middle East population. Plz see the newest studies. Pashtu is not, as it is claimed here falsefully (the writer doesn´t seem to be a linguist) as forerunner of Pashtu. Pashtuns as people and if we go to their historical home, lived 1000 miles away from the country of Bactria. Even their culture is not of Iranic origine (Pashtunwali) but mostly of the same cluster as we know from Turkic and Mongol nomads (Olaf Caroe wrote an excellent book on Pashtuns). Their names and -suffixs are those of Turko-Mongolian vocabularies, their tribal and national structure is based on Turko-Mongolian vocabularies, such as ''zai'' from Turkic and Mongol ''soy'' and ''X-xy'' and ''khel'' from Turkic ''Ogul''.
"khel" is an iranian word. In farsi Dari "khel" means "a group of people". "Zai", "zoi" , "zo" means descent or son. Zada ( dari) zoon ( dutch) zo ( Pashto) son (english) Sin (bulgarian) søn (danish) sohn (German) son ( swedish) sunu ( old frisian) sønn ( norwegian)
Reply Phoebe
2:51 PM on January 25, 2011 
I'm reading Gore Vidal's book Creation. This has sent me on many research journeys. I really like this website because of its thoroughness and maps . May the information be copied/printed? My 91 year old mother lives downstairs, I'm upstairs. She was a history major in the thirties and I would love to share this with her. Even if she had internet service she would not use it. She wants to hold the paper in her own hands, etc. Sincerely, Phoebe
Reply lukferi
8:30 AM on August 18, 2010 
Thanks for your comment
Amin says...
Excellent information, thanks alot Long Live Iranian (Iranic) people.
Reply Lukferi
5:17 AM on August 18, 2010 
I hope you know the term Iranic people is used to avoid confusion with the people of current state of Iran, which mostly is not from Iranic Origin
Reply Amin
2:51 AM on August 18, 2010 
Excellent information, thanks alot Long Live Iranian (Iranic) people.
Reply lukferi
6:32 AM on April 3, 2010 
nasir karim says...
Is there any work on the genome of the wakhi people. please inform!
As far, I know there are no gen. researches about wakhi people. Originally, they suppose to be very close to Dradic people and Pushtuns, but in the last centuries they are mingled with Tajiks .Most of them even adopted Tajik language. It is not just about Wakhi. All Pamirian languages are victims of persianization process. .
Reply nasir karim
10:24 AM on November 11, 2009 
Is there any work on the genome of the wakhi people. please inform!
Reply Satish
10:04 PM on March 30, 2009 
The Rigveda and the Avesta: The Final Evidence http://www.hinduvoice.co.uk/Issues/27/Sri.htm
Reply nasir karim mosafir
5:41 AM on March 12, 2009 
A Brilliant Research on the Region and People of the Region. I am a Pak-Wakhani myself .
Reply Abdul Qadir Khan
11:08 AM on October 4, 2008 
Please provide referrences with your article. Also remove this funny back ground wall paper. thanx
Reply fahim
12:02 PM on June 3, 2008 
Scythians were dolichocranic (long-headed) people from Iranic stock. They disappeared from History after finno-orgic and turko-mongol invasion of central Asia,caucasus and east europe sometime around 5-th century. scythians tribes intermingled with slavs, but mostly with Altic people,that's why some historians mostly supporters of Pan-turkisme theory mistakenly claim that scythians were of finno-orgics or Turks origin.