Comparison of Indian word "INDRA" and  Turkish word "TANRI"

(Ancient World was a Turkish speaking "House of Oguz")

Polat Kaya


In this paper I will analyze the Indian God name INDRA and show that it is related to the name TANRI of the ancient Turanians. Ancient India was one of the lands where ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples had one of their most important Sun and Moon empires where they ruled for thousands of years with Turkish being the language spoken by the people. The ancient world was dominated by the Turkish speaking Turanians, however, the world (i.e., Asia, Europe, Middle East and North Africa) went through an upheaval where this ancient Turanian Sky-God, Sun-God and Moon-God worshipping civilization was subjected to internal and external opposition by secretive religious cults who eventually toppled this very ancient civilization. 

These ancient secretive cults, pretending to be religious and godly people, would first befriend the rulers of the society.  Once in that supposedly "reputable" and "reverand" religious position, they captured the wealth of the country by pretending to foretell the future of people, promising a "reserved" place in heaven for people who paid handsomely (i.e, land, cattle, gold, etc.), forgiving the "sins" of people who paid handsomely, etc..  They also captured control of the country by politics and intrigue.  This way, they were not only in high positions, but they were also in control of the country's money as well.  They even controlled the kings and the selection of who would be king.  They grew so powerful that they were not even subject to the laws of the country or the authority of the kings.  They created a class system where they were at the top - and quite frequently they acted as kings themselves.  Eventually, they captured the top hierarchy of the existing societies most everywhere. 

In this regard, I would like to cite a statement from Will Durant, the historian, about the Brahmins:

"The priests charged heavily for helping the pious in the evermore complicated ritual of sacrifice:  if no fee was at hand, the priest refused to recite the necessary formulas; his payment had to come before that of the God.  Rules were laid down by the clergy as to what remuneration should be for each service - how many cows or horses, or how much gold; gold was particularly efficacious in moving priest or the god.  The Brahmanas, written by the Brahmans, instructed the priest how to turn the prayer or sacrifice secretly to the hurt of those who had employed him, if they had given him an inadequate fee.  Other regulations were issued, prescribing the proper ceremony and usage for almost every occasion of life, and usually requiring priestly aid.  Slowly, the Brahmans became a priviliged hereditary caste, holding the mental and spiritual life of India under a control that threatened to strife all thought and change." [Will Durant, "The Story of Civilization Part 1, Our Oriantal Heritage", Simon and Schuster, New York, 1954, p. 405].

Continuing on, these religious cult organizations and their members manufactured new languages from the existing Turkish language by way of altering the Turkish words and phrases.  The manufactured words and languages looked and sounded totally different than the existing Turkish.  But the original Turkish source text they used for the manufacture of each word was not lost in the process.  It remained embedded in the body of the new words - although in a confused manner.

With this knowledge about languages and early religious organizations, and the meanings attributed to these non-Turkish words, many of them can be deciphered and, the original Turkish source text that was used for the formation of such words, can now be recovered.



The ancient Indian name INDRA meaning "GOD", together with its different apellations, is also one such manufactured name.In Hinduism the name INDRA is described as "the King of the gods, Lord of Heaven, the God of War, Storms, and Rainfall". 

The name INDRA is described in url as:

"Indra is the King of the gods or Devas and Lord of Heaven or Svargaloka in Hindu mythology, and also he is the God of War, Storms, and Rainfall.

Indra figures as one of the chief deities in the Rigveda, celebrated as the slayer of Vtra and central to the Soma sacrifice. He has many epithets, notably vṛṣan the bull, and vtrahan, slayer of Vtra. Indra appears as the name of an arch-demon in the Zoroastrian religion, while Verethragna appears as a god of victory. 

In Puranic mythology, Indra is bestowed with a heroic and almost brash and amorous character at times, even as his reputation and role diminished in later Hinduism with the rise of the Trimurti. In Buddhist tradition, Indra is also calledŚakra (Pali: Sakka). 
He is known in Burmese as ??? pronounced  [ðaʤá míɴ]; in Thai as พระอินทร์ Phra Intra, in Malayas Indera, in Tamil as Intiran, in Chinese as 帝释天      Dìshìtiān, and in Japanese as 帝釈天   Taishakuten.[1] " 

In Hinduism, the SVARGALOKA is described with the definition of the term Svarga (or Swarga) [] which is set of heavenly worlds located on and above Mt. Meru."



Depiction of INDRA, 
God of Weather and War, King of the Gods.
  His pointed Turban-like crown comes from Turkish TEPE - meaning "Head" - which also symbolizes the human head.  He is riding on a "white elephant" with two "moustachiod" companions.  His "RED" skin symbolizes his being "AL" in Turkish - which is embedded in the name ALLAH. 



The name INDRA, in the context of being the "the King of the gods and Lord of Heaven"
, rearranged as "DANRI", is a restructured form of the Turkish word "TANRI" meaning "universal Sky-God". Both INDRA and TANRI, being the universal creator God, are regarded as the "father" of all its creations. So, not only do INDRA and TANRI have the same lettering, but, they are also one and the same conceptually.  Linguistically, at least one of them must have been made up from the other.  This we will determine below. 

From the above Indian mythological source information, INDRA is described as being the God of War, Storms, and Rainfall
 and is also given by the name SVARGALOKA and also DYAUS PITAR  in Hindu mythology.


a)    In the context of Sky-God, the name SVARGALOKA, rearranged as "VLA-GOK-ASAR", is the Turkish expression"ULU GÖK ASAR (AS ER)"  meaning "Great Peerless Sky-Man" This definition in Turkish makes INDRA andSVARGALOKA as the Sky-God TANRI 

Turkish word ASER means "One/peerless man", ULU  means "great" GÖK (GÖY)  means "sky".

b)    In the context of God of War, the name SVARGALOKA, rearranged as "OLKA-ASGARV", is the Turkish expression"ÜLKE ASKERI"  meaning "soldier of the country", "national army", "warriors of country".  Additionally, again in the context of God of War, the name SVARGALOKA, rearranged as "ASGAR-OKLV-A", is the Turkish expression "ASKER OGLU O"  meaning "son of soldier", "son of warrior". Thus, these Turkish definitions of "ÜLKE ASKERI" and"ASKER OGLU O" make INDRA and its alternative name  SVARGALOKA a "God of War" - as described above.  So the linguistic and conceptual source of these 'Indian' terms are from Turkish.

Turkish word ÜLKE (ÖLKE) means "country, state", ASKER  means "soldier, warrior", OGLU  means "son of" 

c)    In the context of God of Storm, when the name SVARGALOKA is rearranged as "OLA-KASV
RGA", it is the altered form of the Turkish expression "ULU KASURGA" (ULU KASIRGA)  meaning "Great Storm".  This Turkish definition of"ULU KASURGA" makes INDRA and  SVARGALOKA as "God of Great Storms" - as described above in the Indian mythological reference.  

Turkish word ULU means "great", KA
SURGA" (KASIRGA) means "storm".  So, the linguistic and the conceptual source of this 'Indian' term is again from Turkish.

d)    Finally, in the context of God of Rain, the
 name SVARGALOKA, rearranged as "A-GOK-SVLARA", is the Turkish expression "O GÖK SULARI"  meaning "It is the Sky-Waters", "it is rain". This Turkish definition of "O GÖK SULARI"makes INDRA and SVARGALOKA the "God of Rainfall" - as described above.  

Turkish word GÖK means "sky", SU means "water" SULAR means "waters", SULARI means "the waters".  So the linguistic source of this 'Indian' term is again from Turkish.

Since the Indian term SVARGALOKA describing INDRA is made up from these deciphered Turkish expressions embedded in SVARGALOKA, we can confidently say that the name INDRA itself must have also been an altered form of the Turkish name TANRI.  In other words, INDRA is the one that has been made up from Turkish TANRI, rather than the other way around!  In other words, TANRI was an older name and concept.

The term  SVARGALOKA is also known by the shortened form of SVARGA.  We note that the name is just a cut off front end of the name SVARGALOKA 



a)    But even in this form, the name SVARGA, rearranged as "S-R-AGA-V", is the Turkish expression "aS eR AGA O"  meaning "He is One/peerless Lord Man" This definition in Turkish makes 
INDRA and SVARGA as the Sky-God TANRI. 

b)    In the context of "warrior", the name SVARGA, rearranged as "V-ASGAR", is the Turkish expression "O ASKER"  meaning "He is Warrior", "He is soldier".  This Turkish definition "O ASKER" embedded in SVARGA again makesINDRA or SVARGALOKA the "God of War" - as described above in the Indian mythological source information. There is no mathematical chance that these two words, one Indian and one Turkish, supposedly separate and independently developed languages, would both mean "soldier" and also be formulated with the same lettering - unless the so-called "Sanskrit" wordSVARGA is made up from the Turkish expression "O ASKER".  Turkish word ASKER  means "soldier, warrior" and O  means "he/she/it; that".  So the linguistic source of this Indian term SVARGA is again from Turkish. 

c)    Additionally, in the context of rain, the name SVARGA, rearranged as "AGAR-SV", is the Turkish expression "AKAR SU"  meaning "running water, flowing water, raining water".  So even in this context, this Turkish definition "AKAR SU", embedded in Indian SVARGA, again makes INDRA or SVARGA the "God of rain or water" - as described above in the Indian mythological source information.  Hence, the linguistic source of this Sanskrit term SVARGA is again from Turkish.




"In the Vedic pantheon Dyau Pitā (द्यौष् पित) or Dyaupit (द्यौष्पित) is the Sky Father, divine consort of the Prithvi and father of Agni, Indra (RV 4.17.4), and Ushas, the daughter representing dawn. In archaic Vedic lore, Dyau Pit and PrithiviMat were one, single composite dvandva entity, named as the Dyavaprthivi. He was cursed by Vasishta maharishi for abducting Nandini, the sacred cow. He is believed to take rebirth as Bhishma."

"In Hinduism, Surya ("the Supreme Light") is the chief solar deity,  one of the Adityas,  son of Kashyapa and one of his wives, Aditi;  of Indra; or of Dyaus Pitar (depending by the version). The term Surya also refers to the Sun,  in general. Surya has hair and arms of gold." (See ).

With this Indian mythological and riddled source information, the God INDRA is also known by the name DYAUŞ PITAR.  Now let us analyse the term DYAUŞ PITAR as being another name for INDRA.

a)    In the context of God of War, the name DYAUŞ PITAR, rearranged as "DUYAŞ 
APTIR", is the Turkish expression"DÖYÜŞ APATIR"  meaning "he is father of fighting". This makes the so-called Indian term DYAUŞ PITAR as the God of War - as described by the reference source. 

Turkish word DÖYÜŞ means "beating, fighting", APA means "father".  So the linguistic source of this 'Indian' term is again from Turkish. 

b)    Secondly, in the context of God of Storm, the name DYAUŞ PITAR, rearranged as "ASAR-TIPYDU", is the Turkish expression "ESER TIPI'DU" (ESER TIPI'DI)  meaning "it is the blowing wind storm". Thus, the linguistic source ofDYAUŞ PITAR is again Turkish which is embedded in the fabricated Indian word.

Turkish word ESER means "blowing (wind)", TIPI means "blowing snow storm, gale". 

c)    Finally, in the context of God of Rain, the name DYAUŞ PITAR
, rearranged as "TP-YAUŞDIR -A", is the Turkish expression" TEPE YAgUŞDIR O"  meaning "It is the rain from top", "it is rain from sky".

Turkish word TEPE means "head; hill; mountain top; above;sky; human head"
 YAGUŞ means "rain" and YAGUŞTURmeans "it is rain".

d)    Finally, in the context of the human head, the name DYAUŞ PITAR
, rearranged as "AR-TP-DAYIŞ-U", is the Turkish expression"ER TEPE DEYIŞ O"  meaning "It is the speech of Man's head".

Turkish word TEPE means "head; hill; mountain top; above;sky; human head"
 DEYIŞ means "speech, words, utterings"and ER means "man".



Additionally, we have the following information from a Wikipedia source regarding Indra:

"By the age of the Vedanta, Indra became the prototype for all lords and thus a king could be called Mānavendra (Indra or lord of men) and Rama, the hero of the Ramayana , was referred to as Rāghavendra (Indra of the clan of Raghu). Hence the original Indra was also referred to as Devendra (Indra of the Devas). However, Sakra and Vasava were used exclusively for the original Indra. Though modern texts usually adhere to the name Indra, the traditional Hindu texts (the Vedas, epics and Puranas) use Indra, Sakra and Vasava interchangeably and with the same frequency."Of the Vedas I am the Sama Veda; of the demigods I am Indra, the king of heaven; of the senses I am the mind; and in living beings I am the living force [consciousness]."(Bhagavad Gita 10.22)"



In this reference, let us analyse the following Sanskrit expressions for clarity: 

a)   Mānavendra  (Indra or lord of men). The name Mānavendra, rearranged as "MANA-DANRE-V", is the Turkish expression" MENE DANRI U" (BANA TANRI O)  meaning "He is Lord to me", "He is Lord to men".  This is a pure Turkish expression that has been altered and reconstructed with letter letters such as V, Y, U that are usable in each other's place (and the altered TANRI) to make the result appear as if it was a "Sanskrit" term.  It is done exactly in the way that the so-called other "Indo-European" languages have been manufactured. 

Turkish word 
MEN (BEN) means "I; myself", MENE (BANA) means "to me".

Of course, at the end of this process (i.e., manufacturing a Sanskrit word from Turkish), if one compares the restructured "Sanskrit" word Mānavendra 
with its original Turkish source expression "mene Tanri o", they do not show any linguistic resemblance at all.  Of course this is a very satisfactory and pleasing result for the Vedic-writing priest.  And, the all trusting modern linguist readily thinks that Sanskrit and Turkish are two different and independent languages without being aware of the fact that the so-called most ancient Indo-European language of "Sanskrit" was artificially manufactured from Turkish.   Linguists and historians, ancient or modern, have been conned, deceived and misled by these ancient Aryan "Brahmin" Vedic writers.  Actually, those Vedic priests were not composing anything original.  They were restructuring Turkish language writings into a confused and restructured form - as Genesis 11 commands 

b)   Indra became 
Rama, the hero of the Ramayana:  Both names RAMA and RAMAYANA are confused by using double meanings of words in Turkish.  The name RAMA is the combined form of the words RA and MA which are Sun and the Moonrespectively.  However, the name RAMAYANA, when rearranged as  "ARAYANAM" is the Turkish word "ARAYANAM" (GEZGINCIYEM) meaning "I am wanderer, I am gypsy" which was the secret identity of the ancient Aryan Brahmins - who were one of the "confusers" of the Turkish language. 

Turkish word ARAYAN (GEZGINCI) means "wanderer, gypsy", MA (MAH) means "moon",  RA is a name for the Sun which has been Aryanized from ancient Masar (Misir) hieroglyphic writings.   The hieroglyphic term which has been read asRA, should have been read as Turkish "ER AL" or "AL ER" meaning  "red man" - which was an ancient Turanian personification of the Sun.

Indra was referred to as Rāghavendra (Indra of the clan of Raghu):  The term Rāghavendra,  rearranged as "VHGAR-DANRE-A", is the Turkish expression" UIGUR DANRI U" meaning "He is God of Uygur people".  That is exactly what the word TANRI meant - not only to the UYGUR Turks but also to all Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz people everywhere. TANRIwas the SKY-GOD and was the model to all human beings, particularly, to all those mortal men who became kings of societies. They had to be God-Like (i.e., just, fair, upright and moral) in their behaviour to their subjects - and for that reason, they took on kingly titles that included the names of the Sky-God, Sun and Moon - but in Turkish.  

What comes out of this decipherment is the real identity of the Indian name RAGHU. The name RAGHU, rearranged asUHGAR, is the altered and disguised form of the Turkish name UYGUR. With this alteration, the presence of the TurkishUYGUR people in ancient India was completely obliterated.  In their place, the wandering gypsy Aryan Brahmins installed an "Aryanized" imaginary people - by way of altering the identity of the Turkish UYGUR people, their Turkish language and the Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples' culture and civilization. 

So, this is the essence of the so-called "Indo-European" civilization and identity. These wandering priests were pretending to be "godly" people - yet under this guise, they, by altering the identities of Turanians, produced imaginary "Aryan" people wherever they went in the ancient Turanian world.  These "Aryanized" and also "Semitized" peoples were imposed upon with an unintelligible broken-up speech that was manufactured from Turkish and thus, stolen from Turkish. 

The original Indra was also referred to as Devendra (Indra of the Devas).  This is also a riddled and confused expression describing INDRA. The name DEVENDRA,  rearranged as "DEV-DANRE", is the Turkish expression"DEV DANRI" (ULU TANRI) meaning "The Giant God", "The Great God".  Of course, this defines the Sky-God concept of ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples. 

Turkish word 
DEV means "giant; huge, great", ULU means "great, exalted, at great height".

And additionally we also have the following identity:

The name DEVENDRA,  rearranged as "DE-DANRE-V", is the Turkish expression"DE DANRI U" (SÖZ TANRI O, KONUŞAN TANRI O) meaning "He is the Word God", "He is the God of Language", "He is the God of Turkish" 

Turkish word 
DE (SÖZ) means "word, speech utterings, sayings", DEYIŞ means "word, speech utterings, sayings".

This once again verifies that Turkish was the original language of mankind, and, that the original organized religion of the world was the ancient Turanian religion based on the Sky-God concept and his 'eyes' of SUN and MOON. 

In this context, the Sanskrit word "DEVAS" is the restructured Turkish word "DEYÜŞ" (
DEYIŞ) meaning "speech, word, sayings".   Thus, its source is also from Turkish. 


f)    The reference source states that: "Though modern texts usually adhere to the name Indra, the traditional Hindu texts (the Vedas, epics and Puranas) use Indra, Sakra and Vasava interchangeably and with the same frequency."Of the Vedas I am the Sama Veda; of the demigods I am Indra, the king of heaven; of the senses I am the mind; and in living beings I am the living force [consciousness]."


f1) It says, "Of the Vedas I am the Sama Veda", that is,  "I am the Sky" - which makes Indra "the Sky God".  Both in Turkish and Arabic, the word SAMA (SEMA) means "Sky".  If we take the Sanskrit word VEDA as meaning "praise", as in praise of God, we find that even this word VEDA comes from Turkish word "ÖVÜ'DI" (ÖVGÜ'DI, ÖVMEDI) meaning "it is praise". So both SEMA (SAMA) and VEDA are all from Turkish source.

f2)   It says, 
" of the demigods I am Indra, the king of heaven;" In this context, INDRA is again nothing but the Turkish "TANRI" - which I discussed above.  

f3)    It states, 
"of the senses I am the mind." Thus in this context, INDRA (TANRI) personifies the  "human head" where all the information input signals from the body as well as the external world are evaluated, processed and decisions made - which guide the activities and life of man. This I have noted in many of my papers related to the "human head" (TEPE, BAŞ) and also in my papers related to BILGAMESH, HERACLEUS, LABYRINTH and others.  The ancient Turanians regarded the "human head and its creation of "knowledge", that is, "BILGI in Turkish) as "God".  The human head has created everything man-made on earth, both physical and abstract, by its creativity since the time Man (He/She) was created on earth - or set foot on earth millions of years ago.  It is said that "God created man" but Polat Kaya says it would be more correct to say: "It was man who created the concept of 'God' and religion".  This I have noted in many of my papers. 


f4)    Finally it states: "and in living beings I am the living force [consciousness]." But consciousness is in the brain of living beings - and the brain is in the head!  Therefore it is the brain that is the "living force" in "living beings".   And the head is the "God" of Man!



It is also important to check the name INDRA (i.e., TANRI) from other sources as follows:

It is said that INDRA in Thai is Phra Intra, in Malay is Indera, in Tamil is Intiran, in Chinese is  Dìshìtiān, and in Japanese is Taishakuten.

The Thai name PHRA INTRA meaning "Indra", rearranged as "PHR-A TANRI" is the altered form of the Turkish expression"'BIR O' TANRI" meaning "BIR-O is God" or "Only He/She/It is God". 


Here, the Turkish term BIR-O is a gender-free proper name applied to the Sky God and it means "Only Him/Her/It" or  "He/She/It is One (i.e., single, alone)". In other words, the Sky-God has been regarded as a "man and woman", that is,"opposing identities" simultaneously.  Thus, the God concept in ancient Turanian understanding of God has a duality personality, that is to say,  God has both mother and father creative aspects. This Turanian concept of God is well portrayed in two Etruscan mirrors shown below.  Etruscans were Turkish speaking Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples.  



(Source of mirror:  Giuseppe Foscarini, "La Lingua degli Etruschi", Vol. 1, 
Universita Degli Studi di Frenze, 1980, p. 91.)


This Etruscan mirror depicts the personifications of the Sky-God, Sun-God and Moon-God. The Etruscan names are given next to the persons on the mirror. Left to right: a women named "OALNA" where the first letter "O" is the Etruscan symbol "O with a dot in its center" - as shown on the mirror.  This Etruscan symbol is not the letter O but rather an "EYE" symbol which represents both the sun and the moon as the eyes of the Sky-God. It is a symbol for "UT, UTU, TU, T".  The name for this symbol must originate from the Sumerian word UTU for the Sun-God. The same meaning is in Turkish word "OTO" (ODO) meaning "He/she/it is fire", and also in Turkish "UT O" meaning "he/she/it is bull/cattle".  Thus, the Etruscan name "OALNA", should be read as "UTU-AL-NA" which, in present day Turkish is "UTU AL aNA" meaning "UTU is red mother" - which describes the Sun God as "Red Mother",  (i.e., "AL ANA" in Turkish).  Additionally, "OALNA" is "ODU AL ANA" in Turkish - meaning "She is the Red Mother" which personifies the Sun as a mother.  Generally, in Turkish culture, the Sun is personified as a "woman" and the Moon as a "man", although some also know it in the opposite way. 

The two persons in the center, a man and a woman, are subtly shown as joined in one body.  The woman is sitting on the knee of the man, but curiously only two legs are shown for both of them.  Furthermore, one of the two feet shown wears a sandal, which is a woman's foot-wear, and the other is a normal shoe for a man.  These two persons are named as TINA for the man and OAND (UTAND) for the woman.  The Etruscan symbol shown as "D" in the mirror writing OAND corresponds to the Latin letter "R". Thus, the name for this woman reads as  "UTANR" - which is "O TANRI" in Turkish - meaning "She is god".  The name TINAfor the man is known to mean "God" in Etruscan.  Thus in this context,  the name "TINA", read as "T-INA", is very much the Turkish phrase "aTa ANA" - meaning "Father-Mother" - which clearly shows the duality aspect of the Turanian Sky-God".  Reading these two Etruscan names together as "OAND TINA" gives the combined meaning of "O TANRI ATA-ANA" - meaning"That God is Father-Mother".  This describes the "Turanian Sky-God concept" in Turkish as a "duality" concept  as shown on this Etruscan mirror.  This Turkish definition ("That God is Father-Mother") also has a subtle secondary meaning of describing a person's mother and father as "god".  This brings into focus the very fact that the ancient Turanians, in addition to worshipping the Sky-God, also worshipped their ancestors.  Hence the ancestor worshipping was a widely practiced culture throughout the ancient Turanian world. 

The fourth person at right is holding a double-edged axe - which is known as "AY BALTA" in Turkish meaning "moon axe".   This axe is a clue that the identity of this person is related to the Moon indicating that this person is a personification of the Moon.  He is identified with the name "SEOLANM" in Etruscan as shown on the mirror. Again the Etruscan symbol O with a dot in the center is read as UTU as explained above.  The last Etruscan symbol in "SEOLANM" is shown as an "M" - but this Etruscan symbol corresponds to the Turkish letter "Ş" (i.e., Sh) and its variations such as Ş, IŞ, IŞI, and IŞU.  Now, the Etruscan name"SEOLANM" can be transcribed in the Latin alphabet as "SETULANI
ŞI" which can be read as "SET-ULAN-IŞI".   This corresponds to Turkish "ISTI-OLAN-IŞU" (KARARAN IŞU) meaning "light that becomes dark" - which refers to the waning of the full moon (i.e., the gradual darkening of the full moon as it rotates around the earth). 

Turkish word "IS" means "sut, black, dark" "ISTI" means "it is sut, it is black, it is dark" "OLAN" means "that which becomes" "IŞU" means "light", and "KARARAN" means "that which darkens". 

Thus the Etruscan mirror above is a depiction of the ancient Turanian Sky-God and his two companions, the Sun and the Moon, with the Sky God being represented as a Man and Woman in the same body. 





(Source of mirror:  Giuseppe Foscarini, "La Lingua degli Etruschi", Vol. 1, 
Universita Degli Studi di Frenze, 1980, p. 37.)


In the Etruscan mirror above, three persons are shown.  The old man in the center is given the Etruscan name of "TINIA" which stands for the Etruscan Sky-God.  The curious thing about this man is that he is shown as a "HERMAPHRODITE", that is, a"person having double identity" such as "man and woman" in the same body. This is indicated with his manly body but female genitals - which makes him a hermaphrodite.  Thus the Sky-God in ancient Turanian understanding has a 'duality' personality in every sense - as this Etruscan picture demonstrates. 

Even the word  HERMAPHRODITE, rearranged as "ERMI-APHROTDEH",  is the altered Turkish expression (in question form) "ER MI AVRATDI?" meaning "is he man or woman?"  This expression is very much in the Azerbaycan dialect of Turkish.  This question in Turkish is asking the gender of the person - because the gender is not certain. So again, even this wordHERMAPHRODITE of the so-called Indo-European languages is actually made from Turkish expression 

The woman on the right is identified by the Etruscan name of "LASA". This name LASA is a form of the Turkish words:

a)  "ALAZ" meaning "fire" 

b)  "AL AZ" meaning "peerless red",  referring to the sun-god, and  

c) "AL IŞA" meaning "red light".  All three of which refer to the Sun and the Sunlight.  So the woman in this Etruscan picture personifies the Sun.

The young man on the left is identified by the Etruscan name of  "MADIS" The Etruscan symbol shown as "D" in the Etruscan name of "MADIS" corresponds to the Latin letter "R". Now Etruscan "MADIS" can be transcribed as "MARIS" in Latin characters.  Bu this name read in the form as "MA-RI-S", is a form of the Turkish expression "MA ERI"  (AY ERI) meaning "the Moon man" - which personifies the moon as a man. 

Turkish word MA (MAH) is an alternate name for the moon (Ay).   Thus, again we have this Etruscan mirror portraying the ancient Turanian understanding of the Sky-God , Sun-God and Moon God trinity - as they knew it in their own time.  


INDRA name in other countries:

The Malay name INDERA meaning "Indra", rearranged as "DANRI-E", is again nothing but an altered form of the Turkish word TANRI 

Similarly, the Tamil name INDERAN
 meaning "Indra", rearranged as "TANRI-EN" is the altered  form of Turkish expression "AN TANRI" meaning "Sky God",  and also Turkish "HAN TANRI" (TANRI HAN) meaning "Supreme Lord God".

Turkish word AN means "sky; time; rememberence", 
HAN means "Supreme lord", TANRI means "sky-God".



And in Japanese, it is given as Taishakuten ("TAISHAKUTEN"), meaning "Indra", which has very enlightening meanings in Turkish all related to the Sun and the Sky-God and the Sun-God and the Moon-God.   The name TAISHAKUTEN, rearranged as:

a)     "KUT-ISHEN-ATA" is from Turkish expression 
"KUT IŞIYAN ATA" meaning "Holy Shining Father" which implies that the Sky-God is a "shining" (i.e., "light giving") God.  This makes him the same as the SUN.  In ancient Turanian religious understandings, the Sun was regarded as the right shining "Fire Eye" ("KOR GÖZ" in Turkish) of the Sky-God. If one eye is a "glowing fire eye",  as the sun is, then the Sky-God must also be an entity related to "fire".   This Japanese word for INDRA (TANRI) relates the Sky-God to fire.  

Turkish word KUT means "holy", IŞIYAN means "shining, glowing", ATA means "father", KOR means "glowing fire",GÖZ means "eye". 

b)    "I-KUT-ATASH-EN" is from Turkish expression 
"BIR KUT ATAŞ AN" meaning "One Holy Fire of Sky" which again relates the Sky-God to the sun. 

Turkish word KUT means "holy", IŞIYAN means "shining, glowing", ATA means "father", KOR means "glowing fire",GÖZ means "eye".


c)    "KUN-ISHE-TATA" is from Turkish expression "GÜN IŞI TATA" (GÜNEŞ DEDE) meaning "Grandfather Sun" which relates to the Sky-God. 

Turkish word GÜN means "sun; day", IŞI means "light", GÜN IŞI (GÜNEŞ) means "sunlight; sun", TATA (DEDE)means "grandfather". 

d)    "S-KUT-AI-HAN-TE" is from Turkish expression "AS KUT AY-HAN'DI" (BIR KUT AY-HAN'DI) meaning "It is One Holy Moon Lord" which relates the Sky-God to the Moon-God this time.  In ancient Turanian religious understandings, the Moon was regarded as the left and "Blind Eye" ("KÖR GÖZ" in Turkish) of the Sky-God.  In the personification of the moon as the left eye of the Sky-God (as compared to the sun being the right eye of the Sky-God), it was indeed metaphorically a blind eye that could "open" and "close" in a lunar period (month) but would still allow man to observe it at any time - as compared to the sun-eye that would not allow that. 

Turkish word AY-HAN (AYHAN) means "Lord Moon".



TANRI name in Europe:

We must also examine some ancient European God names.  For example, the ancient Celtic, Druids, Gaulish and Brythonic names for God are very eye-opening. We have the following information from online Wikipedia and other sources:



Taranis is the Roman name of the Cyclops of thunder and equivalent of the Greek Brontes. In Celtic mythology Taranis was the god of thunder worshipped in Hispania and mentioned, along with Esus and Toutatis, by the Roman poet Lucan in his epic poemPharsalia as a Celtic deity to whom sacrificial offerings were made.[1] He was associated, as was the cyclops Brontes (‘thunder’) in Greek mythology, with the wheel and may have received human sacrifices.  Many representations of a bearded god with a thunderbolt in one hand and a wheel in the other have been recovered from Gaul, where this deity apparently came to be syncretised with Jupiter.[2] He is likely connected with the Anglo-Saxon god Þunor, the Norse Thor, Tiermes [3] [ðiermes] of the Nordic Sami people, the Germanic Donar, the Celtic Ambisagrus (likely from Proto-Celtic *ambi-sagros = "about-strength"), theIrish Tuireann, and the Roman Mars. The name Taranis has not yet been recovered from Gaulish inscriptions, but similar variants have, such as Taranucno-, Taranuo-, and Taraino-.[4]


The reconstructed lexis of the Proto-Celtic language as collated by the University of Wales [1] suggests that the name is likely to be ultimately derived from the Proto-Celtic *Toranos. This Proto-Celtic word means ‘thunder’. In present day Welsh taranu and taran means 'to thunder'and 'thunder' (taraniñ and taran in Breton), and in present day Irish Tarann means 'thunder'. 

Taranis, as a personification of thunder, is often identified with similar deities found in other Indo-European pantheons. Of these, Thor/Thunor and the Hittite god Tarhun (see also Teshub) contain a comparable *torun- element. The Thracian deity names Zbel-thurdos, Zbel-Thiurdos also contain this element (Thracian thurd(a), "push, crash down"). Others have different etymologies, e.g. *Perkwunos, Brontes, and Indra."



"Celtic, The Gaulish and Brythonic God was known by the name TARAN (Thunderer) and by its derivatives such as 
Taran (Taranis, Taranos, Taranuos, Taranucnus, Taranucus, Taranoou, Etirun) is a Gaulish and Brythonic god known from the writings of Julius Caesar,  Strabo and Lucan. He is also known from eight inscriptions found in Germany, Hungary, Croatia, France and Belgium. He also figures as the character of Taran in the Cymric (Welsh) Mabinogi of Branwen ferch Llŷr. He is the Celtic thunder god, often syncretized with Roman Jupiter.

Synonyms: Taranis, Taranos, Taranuos, Taranucnus, Taranucus, Taranoou, Etirun
Gaul: Thunderer."



"Taranis - god of rain and thunder; equated to the Roman god Jupiter . He is likely connected with the Anglo-Saxon god Þunor, the Norse Thor, Ambisagrus, the Irish Tuireann and the Culdee saint Taran. The name Taranis has not yet been recovered from Gaulish inscriptions, but similar variants have, such as Taranucno-, Taranuo-, and Taraino. 


Taranaich is another spelling according to
I also saw this spelling: Taranucus."



"In Germanic mythology, Thor (from Old Norse Þōrr) is a hammer-wielding god associated with thunder, lightning, storms, oaktrees, strength, destruction, fertility, healing, death, and the protection of mankind.  

Ultimately stemming from Proto-Indo-European religion, Thor is a prominently mentioned god throughout the recorded history of the Germanic peoples, from the Roman occupation of regions of Germania, to the tribal expansions of the Migration Period, to his extreme popularity during the Viking Age, where, in the face of the process of the Christianization of Scandinavia, emblems of his hammer, Mjöllnir, were worn in defiance and Norse pagans personal names containing the name of the god bear witness to his flourishing popularity. After the Christianization of Scandinavia and into the modern period, Thor continued to be acknowledged in rural folklore throughout Germanic regions. Thor is frequently referenced in place names, the day of the week Thursday ("Thor's day") bears his name, and names stemming from the pagan period containing his own continue to be used today." 


These background so-called "mythologic" information are very enlightening.  We will see some of these names as we did in the case of INDRA.  In Celtic mythology,  Taran, Taranis was the god of THUNDER. 

1.    The name TARAN for Celtic God, rearranged as "TANRA", is simply the altered form of the Turkish expression"TANRI"  meaning "God". 

2.    Similarly, the Roman name TARANIS (TARANOS) for Celtic God, rearranged as "AS-TANRI" (AS TANRO), is the altered form of the Turkish expression "AS TANRI"  meaning "One God". Thus the name of this Celtic God is nothing but the ancient Turanian  Sky-God's name "AS TANRI" in an altered form.  This Turkish expression declares the ancient Turanian religion as the first "monotheistic religion" of the world, and its God as the "Only God" (One God) contrary to all kinds of Eastern and Western mythological disinformation.  Those who claim their religions being the first "monotheistic religions of the world" are not telling the truth as they have never told the truth in such matters before.  Actually, all of their mythological religions are restructured forms of the ancient Turanian religion usurped from the Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples. 

3.    Even the word "thunder", rearranged as "TANREDH", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "TANRI'DI"  meaning "it is God". Thus, "thundering" in a stormy and rainy weather was being regarded as the "angry and lashing-out roar" of the Sky-God TANRI.  This we see clearly from the word THUNDER if we decipher it as  "TANRH-DE", then it becomes the Turkish expression "TANRI DE" (TANRI SÖZÜ, TANRI BAGIRMASI)  meaning "voice of God", "angry-word of God". 

4.    The name "TARANUOS", rearranged as "TANRA-OUS", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "TANRI OGUZ"  meaning "God Oguz". Thus, this verifies the fact that the ancient Turanian Turkish name OGUZ was one of the many names of the Sky-God, Sun-God and Moon-God concept. 

5.    The name "TARANUCNUS", rearranged as "TANRU-CUNAS" (CUNAS-TANRU), is the altered form of the Turkish expression "TANRI GÜNEŞ" (GUNEŞ TANRI)  meaning "Sun God". Thus, this Turkish expression deciphered from the name TARANUCNUS  defines the real identity of this so called "European" name as the Sun-God - but in Turkish. 

6.    The name "TARANUCUS", rearranged as "TANRA-UCUS" (TANRU OGUZ), is the altered form of the Turkish expression "TANRI OGUZ"  meaning "God OGUZ" 
<>This verifies that the Turkish name OGUZ was a name of God while it was also an ancestorial name of the Tur/Tuk/Oguz peoples.  This shows that it was the Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz people who originally conceived the concept of a Father-Mother God in the Sky and named Him with their own ancestral name of OGUZ.  This Turanian Sky-God concept and its associated religion was the progenitor religion of the world.  All other religions were composed later using the foundation principles and tenets of the Turanian religion.

7.    The name "TARANUCUS", rearranged as "UCUS-TANRA, is the altered form of the Turkish expression " OKUZTANRI" (BOGA TANRI)  meaning "The Bull God". This verifies the Turanian "bull" logo of the Sky-God, Sun-God and Moon-God.   After all, the Turkish name Oguz is homonym with the Turkish word Okuz - meaning "bull".

8.    The name "TARANUCUS", rearranged as "U-CUS-TANRA", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "O  KÖZ TANRI"  meaning "He is the Fire God" referring to the Sun God.

9.    The name "TARANUCUS", rearranged as "U-CUS-TANRA", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "O  GÖZ TANRI"  meaning "He is the Eye God" - that is, the Sun, the Moon and the human eye god. 

10.    The name "TARANUCUS", rearranged as "TANRU-ACUS" (TANRU AGUZ), is the altered form of the Turkish expression "TANRI AGUZ"  meaning "Word God", The God of Speech", "The mouth, the speech, language".

11.    The name "TARANUCNO", rearranged as "CUN-TANRA-O", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "GÜN TANRI O"  meaning "it is the Sun-God".  

12.    The name "TARANOOU", rearranged as "TANRO-OUA", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "TANRI ÖYÜ"  meaning "House of God". 

13.    The name "TARANAICH", rearranged as "ACHA-TANRI" is the altered form of the Turkish expression "EÇE TANRI" (EKE TANRI, AGA TANRI)  meaning "Great God".  Alternatively, the name "TARANAICH", rearranged as"TANRICHA-A", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "TANRIÇA O"  meaning "she is Goddess". 

Turkish word EÇE is a term used to describe the eldest and most authoritarian member of the family such as a grandfather,father, grandmother or mother. We called my father "EÇE" in my family.  His real name was "ALESGER". 

14.    The Greek name BRONTES rearranged as "
BS-TONRE", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "BAŞ TANRI"  meaning "Head God" This refers to the Sky-God in one hand and also to the "Human Head" in the other.  Hence the true identity of this Greek word is explained in this Turkish expression. 

15.    The European name PERKWUNOS supposedly a name for Indra, rearranged as "PER-UNU-OKUS", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "BIR ANU OGUZ"  meaning "it is One Sky-God Oguz". Thus, this again verifies that the Turkish name OGUZ was the name of the Sky-God, Sun-God and the Moon-God of ancient Turanians.  This Turkish expression deciphered from the name PERKWUNOS  defines the real identity of this so called "European" word as being the name of the Sky-God and the Sun-God - but manufactured from Turkish.

Turkish-Sumerian word ANU means "the universal creator Sky-God" BIR means "numeral one; single, alone". 

16.    The European name PERKWUNOS
 supposedly for Indra, where the bogus symbol W is UU, rearranged as "PER-KUNOS-UU", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "BIR GÜNEŞ O"  meaning "it is One Sun".

Thus the Sun is also the Sky-god - which makes the Sky-God and the Sun one and the same. The name PERKWUNOS is also an altered form of the Turkish expression "BIR GÜNEŞ ÖYÜ"  meaning "it is One Sun House".

Turkish word GÜNEŞ means "sun"  ÖYÜ means "the home, house". 

17.    The Germanic name DONAR rearranged as "
DANRO", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "TANRU"  meaning "Sky God" Thus again it is made up from Turkish. 

18.    Similarly, the Anglo-Saxon god name DUNOR, rearranged as "
DONRU", is the altered Turkish name "TANRU". 

19.    The Norse name THOR is the altered form of the Turkish name TUR which is not only the name of the ancient Turanian Sky-God but is also the national name of the TUR/TURK/OGUZ peoples.  This again shows that it was the Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples who originally conceived the concept of a Father-Mother God in the Sky and named him with their own ancestral name of TUR.

20.    The Celtic name AMBISAGRUS, rearranged as "BAS-GUS-IRAM ", is the altered form of the Turkish expression"BAŞ GUZ ERAM" ("BAŞ OGUZ EREM")  meaning "I am Top Oguz man", "I am God". 

21.    The Celtic name AMBISAGRUS, rearranged as "IR-BAS-AGUSM", is the altered form of the Turkish expression"ER BAŞI  AGUZAM"  meaning "I am Man's head and mouth". 

22.    The Irish word TUIREANN for God, rearranged as "EN-TANRI-U", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "AN TANRI O" (GÖK TANRI O)  meaning "He/she/it is the Sky-God". And additionally, Turkish "HAN TANRI O" meaning"He/she/it is the Lord Sky-God". 

23.    The Culdee SAINT TARAN  for God, 
rearranged as "ISTAN TANRA", is the altered form of the Turkish expression"IŞITAN TANRI" (ISITAN TANRI, GÜNEŞ)  meaning "the lighting and warming Sky-God".  This clearly refers to the Sun.

The Roman God JUPITER, rearranged as "JUI-TP-ER", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "GÖY TePe ER"  meaning "the Sky-Top Man", "The Sky-God" 

The Roman God JUPITER, rearranged as "JUI-TP-ER", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "GÖY TiPi ER"  meaning "the Sky Storm Man", "The Storm-God" 

The word THUNDERER, rearranged as "TUNRE-ERDH", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "TANRI ER'Di"  meaning "he is Sky-God Man" and  "Sky-God is man" 

The word THUNDERER, rearranged as "TUR-HEN-DER", is the altered form of the Turkish expression "TUR HAN'DIR"  meaning "he is the Supreme-Lord Tur". 

So all of these so-called European names for "GOD" are unquestionably from altered Turkish appellations used for the ancient Turanian Sky-God, Sun-God and Moon-God.  These deliberate alterations obliterated the ancient Turanian Civilization/God/Religion from history.



From all this analysis,  it can be said that not only was the concept of the ancient Indian term INDRA for God based totally onthe TANRI (TENGRI) concept of the ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples - but so too were other Sanskrit appelations for INDRA as well.  The meaning of all these findings from the above decipherments is that the Turkish language and the ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz civilization were in 
India for thousands of years before they were obliterated.  This Turanian civilization in India was called the "Sun Empire" or SURYAVANSHA, (i.e., "ASER OUZ-HAN ÖYÜ" (AZER OGUZ-HAN EVI)).  That ancient Turanian civilization in India, and the one in the Indus valley, were destroyed from within by the Aryan Brahmanic and Abrahamic priests over a time duration of about 1000 years between c. 1500 B. C. and 500 B. C.  The remnants of that ancient Turanian civilization are still present in India at least within the name "HINDUSTAN" (from Turkish"Hunistan'di" (Günistan'di) meaning "it is (or it was) The Shining Sun" (country)) and "BHARISTAN" or
"BAHARISTAN"  which is from Turkish word "Baharistan" meaning "The Shining Sun of Spring (country)" - which are two official names of India 

From all of this, it is clear that ancient INDIA was a Turanian country for a long time before it was "Aryanized" by the Aryan Brahmins.  It is no wonder that there is so much similarity between Turks and the native Indians of India. Evidently, there are a lot of people in India that do not know their ancestors were Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples.  

In India, although many toponyms have been altered and Aryanized by Vedic writers, a lot of them still sound very Turkish. The Vedic writing Brahmins usurped the Turkish language and civilization in ancient India while gaining a nobility source for themselves - just like the Greeks, Romans and Semites did elsewhere.  Evidently, usurping from Turkish was their basic "Aryan"  tradition!

Similarly, many so-called "European" nations also used terms for Sky-God that were the alterations of Turkish expressions describing the Sky-God, Sun-God and Moon God concepts - and the names Oguz and Tur. This indicates that the same ancient Turanian civilization was not only in Asia but also all over Europe and at least in North Africa and also in the North and South Americas. That civilization was killed by secretive "religious" cults that never revealed their secrets to the world. They manufactured a multitude of languages from the ancient Turanian language of Turkish.  

We must also note that those ancient Turkish Sky Deity concepts and names such as BIR-O, TANRI, and GÖK TANRI are still used in Eastern Asia and Southeastern Asia - but in altered forms - indicating that this ancient Turanian civilization was also there.  That ancient Turanian Sun, Moon and Sky-God religion was in the sub-continent of 
India, Asia, North Africa, Middle East and Europe for thousands of years.  Even now, the natives of the Pacific Islands use the Turkish term TANGARA(from Turkish TENGRI,  TENGERE and TANRI) as a name for God.  

Hence, it is correct when it is said that the ancient Turanians and their civilization antedated the Aryans in 
Asia, Europe, Africaand the rest of the world, [Britannica World Language (Edition of Funk & Wagnalls) Dictionary, 1963, p. 1353].  In other words, the ancient world was a House of OGUZ.
   This fact is not well known because those who altered and confused the ancient Turkish language, made sure that this very advanced civilization, expressed by that world language of Turkish, never comes to the minds of people and never comes to daylight again.  But, in view of all these anti Tur/Turk/Oguz activities of the ancient Aryans and others, the truth has once again come into daylight.  Evidently, "truth is like 'sunlight'".  Even though some men in the past have darkened history and deliberately prevented the truth from being known or noticed, the truth will still find a way to peek through at the most unexpected time and place.  Now is one of those times!

With best wishes to all,


Polat Kaya