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I jsut removed som references to the king of Srialanka having entire power an island wide....because it was complete nonsense in english....lets see if we can make some sense of it. REmving the incomplete sentance "These native Royal Family in Sri Lanka." till we figure out whats tahts supposed to mean too...
This misplaced self-promotion is precious: "Raja is not only an indian term, but it is also an upcoming band, primarily hip hop and rap. This band was formed in 2009 and will be mainstream in a few years. Raja is a band that was inspired by today's rappers." But I don't know whether it should be deleted or moved under a heading of "In Popular Culture"... —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 05:13, 16 October 2010 (UTC)
The origin of this word Raja
In Tamil King is called as "ARasan" which is ARa+SAn Ara is Aram meaning Goodness and "San" means group/people/multiple as in Tamil "Sangam" , The same in Sanskrit, it can be DhaRAm+JAn(Goodness+People) meaning the same. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Malarmisai (talk • contribs) 09:10, 2 November 2010 (UTC)
I find it hilarious that up until now the whole western world believed, the origin of all culture and science and generally ALL Goodness was Greek. Now, it's being 'discovered' that no, the Greeks learnt it from the East. So the western scientists invent a language and a culture called 'Indo-European'. This supposed to be based on Sanskrit.
Sanskrit is a relatively new language. When is it going to be discovered that - wait a minute! - they also learnt it from someone?
Sanskrit means "put together, constructed". This means it was MADE. It was PUT TOGETHER by someone.
Now, who might THAT be? Well, Prof. Samuel Kramer spent some 50 years on it. Yes, Sumerian. Or why would he say that 'Sumeria is the cradle of civilization'.
NOOO! That can't be!! Sumerian is a 'language isolate'! Doesn't matter that the ever greatest Sumerologists Kramer, Deimel and Labat identified it as a Turanian language like Turkish, Hungarian and others. No, that MUST BE disregarded! After all, it would contradict the 'Indo-European Efforts'. Of course it is bull, but you do not want to see it.
If you clean the western debris off the top of Hungarian, you'll find the Sumerian still being spoken daily.
MAH or MAG comes from the REAL name of the Sumerians. The 'Sumerian' name was stuck on them by the orientalist Oppert. It is their name in Akkadien. They called themselves 'Mah-Gar'. Root and origin of the Latin and related languages 'magic' magician' etc.
See: British Museum Tablet 14013. (Bezold's tablet, dual language: Sumerian and Akkad) It says:
Sumer: ... -KU-MAH-GAR ....
Akkad: ... -SU-MUG-GAR ....
From SUMUGGAR Oppert created Sumer.
They called their (main) language Eme-gar: royal language. (eme=language)
As it should be obvious now, MAH is NOT a Sanskrit word, they took it over from eme-gar.
Hopefully it is obvious that RA is the Sun-God. If nowhere else from, you must know about the Egyptians. Tid-bit older than Sanskrit. That is where the English RAY comes from. See the connection? Ra -> raj -> ray.
Thus MAH-a-RA-ja suddenly has a meaning: Great_of-a_Sun-God or the Sun-God's great representative. The rest is just distortion by a flectative language(s).
PLEASE! Learn Sumerian; and Hungarian to understand Sumerian: all of them are alive: eme-ku/eme-gar and ema-sal mixed into Hungarian. As well as Sumerian grammar.
Or as they call themselves: Magyar.
You wouldn't see the connection to Bezold's tablet? MAH-GAR -> MAGYAR? No?
I expected so.
Suggested readings: Anton Deimel, Rene Labat and Samuel Kramer.
And please stop pseudo science. Real science is available to all. Free of charge.
Please change the main article to reflect real science.
Tamil. Apparently there are some 3000 - three thousand - common words between Tamil and Hungarian.
Also, there are over 1000 - thousand - common words between English and Hungarian.
VARGA, Cs. "The living language of the stone age" Frig kiado
VARGA, Cs. "The English language from the Hungarian view", Frig kiado — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 06:53, 28 May 2012 (UTC)
Slovenian Raja (Raya)
Can you please add the Slovene Raya to the etymology of the IE name? Raya in Slovene (as part of Slavic languages) means "servants - people". Ne-Raya means "not servants- people" or "elites". So Araya or Arian basically means "not from the ordinary people" if we transliterate this word through Slovene and Sanskrit (a as opposite or "not"). From Aryan also derives Orion; which can be transliterated through Agrahayana in Prakrit which means Mrigashiras(Orion) in Sanskrit(check Tilak's book: Arctic home in the Vedas) which can be also transliterated through Slavic as Ogriana or "warm (shining)" place.