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Noah’s Ark Mount Ararat, today called “Barda Hills”

This is a book of Arthur Berriedale Keith of the Indian history of the Vedas.

We inserted a passage from page 229 where it said that the men of the flood was named Manu, and that he landed with his ship in a place called Naubandhana.

We have to remember that in India, names of places have been changed by the Brahmins in later time when they start writing down the Vedas, but the names are still keeping part of the letters as the originals, in general only the beginning or the end of the names have been changed.

As the Vedas are the master books of all religions, that men will be called Noah in the Old Testament and the Talmud.

At the time of Atlantis India was running the entire world, the deal among the priests in the various ethnic communities around the world might have been as follow: “We introduce the old religion everywhere because that is what happen at the beginning of time, but we adapt names and places to the local environment. Then we teach you our knowledge and the alphabet, but again, we partially modify the subjects and the letters according to your culture”.

Any similarities of writings, languages, rituals, arts and religion are connected because of this agreement among old people. Because we cannot find any written document on this, and we will probably never find it, the historians who want to apply a strict scientific method to research they have simply to accept the use of an obvious logical Human approach of Psychology, Ethnology, Anthropology and Sociology.

In questo libro di Arthur Berriedale Keith si legge che Manu, chiamato in seguito Noé nel Vecchio Testamento, dopo il diluvio biblico arrivó vicino ad un Monte chiamato Naubandhana.
Il villaggiodi Mandvi, dove ancora oggi si costruiscono le navi in legno a quattro piani, doveva essere sulla costa ad Ovest dove oggi si trova il Margine Continentale sommerso. Noé vide che l’accesso al Monte Girnar era ostruito, perció entró in questa laguna protetta sotto al Monte Ararat oggi chiamata Barda Hills.

Top: In this Google Earth photo of a wide panoramic view of the Gujarat coastline, we added several notations of the chronology of Noah’s Ark event.

1. Noah built the Ark in Mandvi, is possible that this was the first shipyard in history, where men where building boats and ships for Atlantis with the Teak wood harvested in the forests of North-west India. Modern Archaeology proved that in the Hindus Valley Civilization Teak wood from Gujarat was used to build boats and ships.

This wood ship 4 storey high is made in the village of Mandvi in the State of Gujarat, India.

2. Noah sail out at sea right before the flood, as stated in the Old Testament and Talmud, Noah knew of the coming cataclysm; he was probably a high priest of Atlantis.

3. This other Google Earth photo shows more details: Noah notice that the flood caused by the rapid melting of glacier has stabilized, the sea level increased dramatically and the coastline is now underwater. He noticed that the entrance toward Mount Girnar is obstructed and not looking safe, Noah find a lagoon nearby, between the today ports of Porbandar and Navibandar; now we have to see the strong similarities with the name given in the Veda of “Naubandhana”.

La laguna ancora oggi arriva vicino alla montagna chiamata Barda Hills, il luogo dove Noé arrivó in prossimitá del villaggio di Adahana, anch’esso simile al nome citato nei Veda di Naubandhana.

The lagoon, still today reach the shore at a short distance from the mountain called Barda Hills, the landing of Noah might have been in the today village of Adahana, again, it sound clearly like Naubandhana.

In the Old Testament and Talmud this mountain will be called “Mount Ararat”. Nel Vecchio Testamento e nel Talmud questa montagna sará chiamata “Monte Ararat”.
Map Courtesy of National Geographic: “India (1997)”.