Hinduism in ancient America
The parallel between the arts and culture of India and those of the Americas are so numerous and close that it is not possible to attribute them to independent growth.
In 1949, two scholars, Gordon Ekholm and Chaman Lal, systematically compared the Maya, Aztec, Inca, and the North American indigenous civilizations with India and the Hindu-Buddhist oriented countries of South-East Asia. They found signs of Hindu civilization throughout the Americas in art architecture, calendars, astronomy, religious symbols, etc. The zenith of Maya civilization was reached at a time when ancient India had attained an unparalleled cultural peak during the Gupta Period in 320 AD.
Imprint of Hindu Culture
Ambassador Miles Poindexter (1868 – 1946) states in his book, The Ayar-Incas:
„Aryan words and people came to America by the island chains of Polynesia. The very name of the boat in Mexico is a South Indian (Tamil)…
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