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  • Lalit Mishra
    From: frabrig@yahoo.it To: cybalist@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday, October 30, 2013 3:20 PM Subject: RE: RE: Re: Re: [tied] RE: RE: Substrate language
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      From: "frabrig@..."
      To: cybalist@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Wednesday, October 30, 2013 3:20 PM
      Subject: RE: RE: Re: Re: [tied] RE: RE: Substrate language which contributed sar
       
      >> I see, you are omitting the evidence provided to you and to rest people that Vedic God
      >> Agni is called Dravida in Vedas
       
      > A warning to listmembers:
       
      > EVERYTHING this Lalit Mishra says about the Vedas must be double-checked, for he is
      > accustomed to
      INVENT linguistic evidence to support his claims.
       
      > For instance, in the above quoted line from a post of his he writes "Agni is called Dravida
      > in the Vedas." Well, the term draviḍa (~ drāviḍa ~ dramiḍa/drāmiḍa) first occurs in
      > Sanskrit literature in the Mahābhārata and the Law Code of Manu as the name of a
      > people; it *never* occurs in the Vedas.
       
      > What instead occurs in the Ṛgveda (3.7.10) with reference to Agni is the word draviṇas
      > (= draviṇa), meaning ‘wealth’, not draviḍa!
      In the said hymn it occurs in the vocative with
      > the meaning “o thou
      (essence of) wealth,” “o thou wealth (incarnated).” The term draviṇa
      > indicates wealth in the sense of ‘movable propriety, movable goods’ (as opposed to house
      > and fields). It comes from the root dru- ‘to run’, and has nothing to do with the ethnonym
      > Draviḍa.
       
      > Therefore, beware folks!
       
      > Francesco

      Good that you are trying to find out something in the line shown, however, incomplete, just a tip of
      iceberg.
       
      Anyways, 
       
      That the word "Dravida" is used for Agni and not for the ethinic group of speakers of the ( imginary)
      language,  whose words are discovered in strange variation in quantity, anywhere, right from 01 to
      800 by so called eminent western scholars/linguists indicates the Void that i underline and this
      stands out without a counter in your incomplete alert issued !
       
      Well, when you are to put grammatical rule for Genitive Singular Sunah - :) that makes ShunaH
      Shepa.
       
      The state of non recognition of such an (imaginary) language and its speakers in Vedas rejects
      all such unfounded theories that in the Vedas there are non sanskrit/dravida/munda/para munda
      words filled in, such baseless claims make no sense in the history of Vedic age India and offer
      no help to
       
      Decided.
       
       
      Lalit Mishra
       
       

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