A new insight study about the "KSAHTRIYA" of ancient "SUN EMPIRE" in India (DRAFT)

Dear Friends, 

I have posted my study regarding the ancient "KSHATRIYA" people who lived and ruled all over India (Hindustan) entitled as: 



The KASHTRIYAS are described in the Indian sources as "the warrior people and the top administrators".  In this study, I showed that these peoples were Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples who populated the Indian sub-continent, ruled the country and protected against enemies from outside and/or from within.  They were in India (Hindustan) for thousands of years before they were annihilated, obliterated and alienated by the sneaky 'Aryan' Brahmin clergy manipulations. After their Sun Empire (Suryavansha) was ended, a new Moon-God believing Chandravansha Dynasty (i.e., "Lunar Dynasty") was established in India.  Even then, the rulers and the protectors of the new system were again the Turanian "Kshatriya" peoples. Although, they have been "Aryanized" by way of assimilation through language and identity changes, it can be said that a very large segment of the present population of India are the descendants of the ancient Turanian Tur/Turk/Oguz peoples. 

India, the Kshatriyas were the kings, royals and the most tolerant rulers and soldiers. One name in Hinduism for Kshatriya was Pāraskara Ghyasūtras.The decipherment of this name in Sanskrit gives us the enlightening Turkish  expression describing the "warrior" attribution of Kshatriya in the form of "BIR KORKUSUZ TUR (TURK) ASKERI"  meaning "One fearless Tur/Turk soldier", and alternatively, "BIR KORKUSUZ ASKERTUR O" meaning "He is one fearless soldier", [http://www.polatkaya.net/Sun_Empire_of_Ancient_India.html].

The name KSHATRIYA is, what I call, one of many Aryanized "one word" information storage systems (memory, container) where information related to and describing the word in question are stored within the body of the word in the form of Turkish descriptive expressions. The relevant information saved in the word is revealed when it is deciphered in different ways that then reveals its contents in Turkish expressions.  It seems that a sub-set of Turanian history is saved in the name "Kshatriya" regarding Turanian presence in ancient

The internet link of this study is at http://www.polatkaya.net/Kshatriya_Oguz_Tur_Evi.html 

I posted this Kshatriya study to share with all interested readers. It is a lengthy study of unaccustomed format, therefore, it should be studied with care and patience! 

With best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya