This website is the product of a long and an arduous investigation conducted by me for several years on the origin of Languages and Symbolism in the archaic India.
There are as many theories, about the origin of world languages, as number of scholars involved in the field. Most of the theories floated around by the "scholars" are figment of their imagination and totally void of scientific support. I have formulated a theory about origin of Indo-European languages which is based on the verifiable facts as available to us today.
The languages current at a given time represent spoken words. The thoughts are also represented by languages. However, they are represented vividly by symbols. For example a symbol of cross will give an instant representation of Christianity. Similarly, in ancient India, there were several symbols which are used to express thoughts. The original meaning and creational processes of these old symbols are now lost. I have brought to light the original idea behind the creation of three symbols, viz Om, Swastika and Shivlinga. The reader will find the site illuminating and entertaining.
Dr Narsibhai Patel, a graduate of civil engineering from BVM, Vidhyanagar, India, spent the initial years of his working life at the Ukai and Dantiwada Projects in Gujarat before leaving for the USA in 1966. He obtained MSc and PhD degrees in Structural Engineering from The University of Houston and has to his credit 22 oil rig designs in the North Sea with the introduction of several design innovations.
a long and an arduous investigation conducted by me for several years on the origin of Languages and Symbolism in the archaic India
Since taking early retirement in 1994, Narsibhai has rekindled his passion in Indo-European languages and the Sanatan Culture. He has written two books: "Indo-European is Gujarati" and "Om, Swastika and Shivalinga". In his last book he brings out, through clear perception and original research, the ancient meanings and evolutionary concepts behind the familiar Sanatan symbols.