Mystery or Myth?- Who is God?
Ever since primitive time the cow is worshipped as a ‘Mother
Cow’ in India and similarly in Europe. The cow used to
be worshipped as the Supreme God. The solid proofs of
facts are present not only in the literature and
history of Europe but also in the Bible. At present a
revered cow has been reproved by the human being.
After an adoption of Christianity the cow was
forgotten and its idols were destroyed. In India Idols
of several Gods and Goddesses were established on
Sanatan Dharma basis. The Europeans based on Aryan
Vedic religion kept on worshipping a cow and
considered it as God. In Europe, a word God is used
for Almighty which has originated from Sanskrit ‘Gowdev’.
There are the irrefutable proofs of ‘God’ and ‘Cow’ in
their own Latin word ‘Gow’ which is totally based on
Gavisus, Gaudere [GAV] to rejoice, be glad, be
joyful, take pleasure, be pleased, delight : gaudeat
an doleat, H. : dubie, O. : si est ullus gaudendi locus :
salvom te advenire, T. : quem socii venisse gaudent :
beneficium accipere, T. : Motus doceri Ionicos, H. : gaudet
tuens (equos), sees with delight, V. : Gaudent
scribentes, H. : quod erat eo nomine : gaude, quod spectant
oculi te mille, H. : in puero, Pr. : malis, T. : aequitate
iustitiaque : inperio nimis, S. : sorte tua, H. : (Aiace)
inhumato, gloat over, H. : de Bursa : hunc
scio mea gavisurum gaudia, T. : videte, quid se gavisum
dicat : quad gaudere posset, hoc fuit, O. : Gaudes, si
cameram percusti forte ? H. : mihe gaudeo, te amo, as
for myself : gaudet se attollens Appenninus, V. -
with in sinu, to rejoice at heart, be secretly glad :
ut in sinu gaudeant : in tacito sinu, Tb. - In salutation :
Celso gaudere refer, greet for me, H.
– An Elementary Latin Dictionary (old)–C. T. Lewis (Page
The cow is the God. It gives pleasure, wealth and happiness
(Horace – 35 B. C.). The cow is the protector and gives
happiness on this earth (Ovid – 15 B. C.). The herds of cows
bring gains (Tarens – 165 B. C.). The ringing bells around
the necks of the cows represent the arrival of, cows (Horace
– 35 B. C.). The cow brings prosperity (Virgil – 42 B. C.).
The generous cow makes us active (Horace – 35 B. C.). The
cow is pious. An excreting of the cow completes religious
rituals. The cow shed is full of energy (Ovid – 12 B. C.).
The mere glance of a cow fulfils the go downs with food
grains (Horace – 35 B. C.). The hill tops of Italy are
prosperous because of the cows (Virgil – 42 B. C.). In every
corner, there are cows; there is peace and prosperity (Tibulus
– 30 B. C.)
At present there is not a single scholar in Italy who can
tell meanings of the following Latin words which can be
obtain in Sanskrit Language. The real meanings of the
forgotten Latin words are:–
variety : Ionicus ‘Jhancas’ the bells around the necks of
the animals : Scribentes ‘Sciybant’ to
activate : Nomine ‘Namen’ to bend :
Puero ‘Poore’ to satisfy, to make
prosperous : Pr ‘Pr’ active :
Malis ‘Maali’ to rear, to feed : Nimis
‘Nimish’ to blink : Tua ‘Tua’
from you : Bursa ‘Bhursay’ to
speak, to pronunciation : Gavisurum ‘Gauswarm’
to bellow : Gavirum ‘Gavirem’
the country of the cow, to enter : Gaudere
‘Gaudher’ the shelter of the cow : Gaudes
‘Gaudish’ dedicated to the cow :
Percusti ‘Prakost’ to store, storage :
Amo ‘Am’ to serve, to worship, to love :
Cameram ‘Carmnam’ to complete, to accomplish
the job : Ut ‘Ut’ there, that side.
(Dens ‘Dhan’ - property, Denti
‘Dant - Danti’ - liberal, sweet, domesticated,
Gau ‘Gau’ - the cow, Amor ‘Amer’
(pet cow) adj
(Participal of gaudeo),
(wise) (Vergil - 35 B. C.), (The pet cow is the source of pleasure
and satisfaction, the cow is very liberal and wise animal) (Vergil
– 35 B. C.)
(—an Elementary Latin Dictionary...........Page
(The Gaudeo is an immortal and immortal is infinite) :
Elementary Latin Dictionary..........Page 384)
a. - boundless, endless, immortal (limitless, eternal,
never-ending), famous for all time, The Latin God – English - Hindi Oxford Dictionary (Amit Student)
Page 534 (Dr. B. S. Pundit – 1996 Addition)
Let us recall, think about the penetrating analysis and the
meanings of the Words related to ‘God’:–
•The immortal and
the boundless almighty God is Gaudeo
•Gaudeo is Gau
•Gau is the only
Gaudens that bless
•The ‘Gaudens’ is
Again by reverse contemplation –
An animal is
•The granter of
bliss the Gaudens is Gow or Gau (cow)
• The Gow (cow)
is Gaudeo : And Gaudeo is immortal, boundless, and
• Gowdeo (cow) is
Or God is a cow.
So, ‘Gaudeo’, ‘Gaudev’, ‘Gaude’, ‘Gaud’ (The Almighty
– immortal, boundless, the one who bless), being a Shrank
became God in English and other European languages.
Can the Western Scholars deny an analysis of this word ‘God’,
which is their own? Would they like to produce argument
contrary to these challenging facts?
This Word ‘Gowdev’ did not change into ‘God’
by chance. The different human groups leaving India in
different spans of time had religious knowledge of Vedas.
There is a vast description about ‘Gow’ (Cow) in
Vedas. Even till today Cow (Gow) is adored as mother and
is worshipped in India.
The descriptions regarding the worship of Cow’s idol can
also be found in Old Testament.
Will the European tell the world that in an initial period
of the Script, letter’s picture of ‘C’ was used for
‘G’ (G) (Cow = Gow, Gau, wrong Cow). The beginning
European’s script – Through Greek, The letters A.B.C. were
pronounced in sequence Alpha (A), Beta (B), Gama (C). Later
on, due to the anomalies committed by them ‘C’ began to
be pronounced for ‘K’ and ‘S’. In caurse of
time, they forgot that an original word was ‘Gow’ not ‘Cow’.
Just look at the western scholar’s etymology of ‘Cow’ & ‘God’.
1605, probably from Old Norse - kuga “oppress,” of
unknown origin, but perhaps having something to do with cow
(noun) on the notion of easily herded.
(noun): Old English - cu, from Proto-Germanic -
*kwon, earlier *kwom, from Proto-Indo-European - *gwous
(L. confer - Sanskrit - gaus, Greek -
bous, Classical Latin - bov-), perhaps ultimately -
imitative of lowing (L. confer - Sumerian gu, Chinese
ngu, ngo “ox”). In Germanic of females
only. (—Online Etymology Dictionary – Douglas
Old English - god “supreme being, deity,” from
Proto-Germanic - *guthan (L. confer - Dutch -
god, Gerund - Gott, Old Norse - guð,
Gothic - guþ), from Proto-Indo-European - *ghut-
“that which is invoked” (L. confer - Sanskrit -
huta- “invoked,” an epithet of Indra), from root *gheu(e)- “to
call, invoke.” But some trace it to Proto-Indo-European -
*ghu-to- “poured,” from root *gheu- “to pour, pour a libation”
(source of Greek - khein “to pour,” khoane
“funnel” and khymos “juice;” also in the phrase khute gaia
“poured earth,” referring to a burial mound). “Given the Greek
facts, the Germanic form may have referred in the first
instance to the spirit immanent in a burial mound” [Watkins].
L. confers - also Zeus. Not related to good.
Originally Neuter - in Germanic - the
gender shifted to Masculine - after the coming of
Christianity. Old English - god was probably
closer in sense to Classical Latin - numen. A better
word to translate deus might have been
Proto-Germanic - *ansuz, but this was only used of the
highest deities in the Germanic - religion, and
not of foreign gods, and it was never used of the Christian
(—Online Etymology Dictionary – Douglas
In the ancient Indo-European language ‘Ghut’ word has
no existence and it is not related with Sanskrit ‘Huta’.
The explanation of Sanskrit words given by the Westerners is
half-baked, full of ignorance and has no meaning at all. It is
surprising that the scholars are narrating nothing about ‘God’
in etymology of word ‘God’. However, in the ancient German
language the word for the Almighty is not God, but Anshuj,
Ashir and Arun (run). These words represent
synonyms of sun as in Sanskrit. The word ‘God’ is
derived from the Latin ‘Gaudev’ which is proved at the
beginning. The western scholars would not like to interpret it
intentionally. An interpretation of word ‘Gaudev’ exposes
their original Indian identification.
At present an another word is in use – ‘Guise’, which was
used to be prefix of the Roman King. The word ‘Guise’ is a
symbol of the Indian Culture. Gaay ‘cow, god, earth’, J ‘son’,
Gaayj ‘The sun of God or The sun of earth’. ‘Guise’ (Gaay jh)
was used in ancient Rome for the royal elite.