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Hindu/Indian Culture Outside India

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Hindu/Indian Culture Outside India
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Lithuania:

Lithuanian language is very closely related to sanskrit. Lithuanians consider it second oldest language on earth after sanskrit.

Some tidbits about ancient Lithuanian culture/religion:

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--> Thus invisible, incomprehensible deity, the universal Indian spirit Brahma, the Lithuanian P r a a m ž i m a s, manifests itself and appears in its emanation as D i e v a i, what mean  d e i - t i e s  in Lithuanian and what would be difficult to understand for us, if we wouldn't have a Slavic word d z i e j,  d z i a ć, that is to act. (...) <!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->According to the ancient Lithuanian religion a soul may acquire various forms after the death of a man: that of beasts, animals or plants, sometimes people - that depend on its moral value. However the most perfectly developed soul goes through the Way of Birds [Milky Way] to the heaven, and the residence of those chosen souls is among the stars, to the North from the Way of Birds. (...) Respect to the ancestors, respect to the dead is common to the Lithuanians and the other ancient nations, but nowhere else it was preserved so deeply rooted and so pure, except this tribe. <!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Some of the ethnographers believe, as I have already said, that all European nations originated from India; that in a distant past a tribe of warriors was pushed away by the tribe of priests. Seeking to introduce a separate religious cult, it left the country and gave a beginning for a small, but glorious tribe - the Azes. A part of these Azes, or Aryans, stayed in the East, and was ruling over the lands of that world, having accepted the names of the Medians, Persians and Lezgians. The second part went through the Central Europe and settled there, calling themselves the Lechites and Czechs. In a distant North the other branch of this bellicose tribe is known under the names of Odin's sons and the Vikings. The magnates and nobles of Indo-Germanic clan originated from them.
      Besides, the same ethnographers are finding a lot of traces, testifying wandering of the other Indian castes - Shudras and even Parya. Very large community of the Gypsies has a lot of features common with the Indian Parya.
      And when we'll remember that the religious traditions of Indostan are exactly reflected in the traditions of the Lithuanian folk, when we'll notice astonishing ties between the both languages and also existing similar castes - excellently organised, developed hierarchy of the Lithuanian priests and a caste of knights vitings, then we'll be able to make a conclusion, that the Lithuanians are the exception in the northern history and that the Lithuanians are the colony of the Indians with the whole its structure. We know a lot of such colonies in history. The Brahmans settled near the Nile and began the caste of the Egyptian priests. The Greeks, as it is supposed, had separate castes as well – those of priests, or warriors, or farmers. Meanwhile the Lithuanians have not a separate caste, but the whole Indian s p l i n t e r with their own priests, warriors and farmers.
      This community, formed in such way, having all components of the organism, resisted various attacks better than any other did. Therefore it is keeping its own traditions until now, didn't cease to speak its own language, which was forgotten by the Indian nations themselves and may be found in their sacred books only. It preserved its own customs of social and family life as well. <!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

http://viduramziu.lietuvos.net/etno/mickiewicz-en.htm
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