- Oct 2016
We are never saying it meant pond in the first place . Are you even following the conversation here ? or just turning up ocassionaly to rant the same old over and over ?So now people are trying to twist the meaning of words to fit their assumptions?
Pond in Sanskrit has various names none of which is Samudra.
Like , the Aral Sea ?Samudra means sea.
And what you just did there is typical of OOI proponents .This is ridiculous and this is exactly how the AIT proponents have pushed through with their bogus theory, with mistranslations, misrepresentations.
Some one randomly says a word does not mean pond, all of a sudden its attributed to us and then hansolo chastises us for it .Writing essays on this forum does not make your argument any more credible.
Rig veda might have a few changes over the years but for the most part it is unchanged and is more reliable and more credible than all the pathetic linguistic assumptions made to fit AIT/AMT.
Thats how OOI school operates . Ha!