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    Dr. Hari Shanker Singh

ISBN: 978-93-5427-054-3

THE FIRST TRADERS – MYTH OF THE PANIS

by: Dr. Hari Shanker Singh

This stunning epic type book covers the ancient story of Panis, the first merchants on earth, who were the intellectual masters of cattle rearing, oceanic water, and the exporters of culture and tradition along with goods from one civilization to another in the then known world. Many truths lie buried in the dark depth of the ancient age by numerous strata of forgotten events. Perhaps, Panis, the first traders in ancient times, were opposed to Angirasa, the descendants and disciples of the ancient rishi Angiras. When Panis refused to give cattle and horses to Angirasa for sacrifice in Yajn to maintain nature’s order and avoid imbalance, the enmity between them escalated, and a long-term conflict prevailed. In response to the appropriation of Panis’ cows by Angirasa, some of the greedy Panis had stolen cows from Angiras and kept them in cave fort. This led to a search of cows by Sarama, a messenger of Indra, followed by an epic type war between Panis, supported by the allies – Asuras, Ilbis, Ahis, the Bals, and Angirasa, led by Indra, Devas’ king and supported by his allies –Marutas, Agnis, Bayus, and Manavas. Indra destroyed the Panis and their allies and rescued the cows. Their defeat by Deva’s king compelled many of them to migrate to the land along the sea coast in the west. Many scholars hold the view that the Phoenicians, the ancient tribe of West Asia and South Europe, were the originally Panis of Vedic India. This book tries to dig up the ancient myth. The author’s pure intention is to present prehistory and mythology in form of a fictional story for the benefit of readers.

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    This stunning epic type book covers the ancient story of Panis, the first merchants on earth, who were the intellectual masters of cattle rearing, oceanic water, and the exporters of culture and tradition along with goods from one civilization to another in the then known world. Many truths lie buried in the dark depth of the ancient age by numerous strata of forgotten events. Perhaps, Panis, the first traders in ancient times, were opposed to Angirasa, the descendants and disciples of the ancient rishi Angiras. When Panis refused to give cattle and horses to Angirasa for sacrifice in Yajn to maintain nature’s order and avoid imbalance, the enmity between them escalated, and a long-term conflict prevailed. In response to the appropriation of Panis’ cows by Angirasa, some of the greedy Panis had stolen cows from Angiras and kept them in cave fort. This led to a search of cows by Sarama, a messenger of Indra, followed by an epic type war between Panis, supported by the allies – Asuras, Ilbis, Ahis, the Bals, and Angirasa, led by Indra, Devas’ king and supported by his allies –Marutas, Agnis, Bayus, and Manavas. Indra destroyed the Panis and their allies and rescued the cows. Their defeat by Deva’s king compelled many of them to migrate to the land along the sea coast in the west. Many scholars hold the view that the Phoenicians, the ancient tribe of West Asia and South Europe, were the originally Panis of Vedic India. This book tries to dig up the ancient myth. The author’s pure intention is to present prehistory and mythology in form of a fictional story for the benefit of readers.

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ISBN: 978-93-5427-054-3
SKU: 4627
Publisher: BlueRose Publishers
Publish Date: 2021
Page Count: 409

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Dr. H. S. Singh, a retired IFS officer, Ex. Principal Chief Conservator of Forest and a wild Lifer was born in Dewa village (Manda) in Prayagraj district in Uttar Pradesh, India in 1954. He earned his M. Sc. Degree (Physics) from the University of Allahabad in 1977 and Ph. D. Degree in Wildlife from the Saurashtra University, Rajkot. He has served as a Member of the National Board for Wild Life; Member of the Gujarat State Board for Wild Life. He held various positions in the forestry and wildlife sector and worked as Chairman, Gujarat Biodiversity Board, Gandhinagar, before his retirement in Feb 2014. Dr. Singh earned several national and international awards. He published over one and half dozen books, several scientific documents, and over four dozen scientific articles in national and international journals. He has shifted his academic interest towards ancient history, mythology, the Vedas and Purans, and epics. This is his second fiction book.

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Weight 0.250 kg
Dimensions 20.32 x 12.7 x 2.5 cm

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