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SENTENTIA. European Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Totem the Donkey. A hypothesis about unification of Aryan clans and tribes is confirmed?

Асадуллаев Искандар Курбанович

доктор философских наук

доцент.

734064, Таджикистан, г. Душанбе, ул. Нусратулло Махсум, 73/2, кв. 52

Asadullaev Iskandar Kurbanovich

Doctor of Philosophy

member of the International Hegel Society.

734064, Tadzhikistan, g. Dushanbe, ul. Nusratullo Makhsum, 73/2 kv. 52

dr_asadullaev@mail.ru
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DOI:

10.7256/1339-3057.2013.2.9433

Дата направления статьи в редакцию:

18-05-2013


Дата публикации:

1-6-2013


Аннотация: The oldest totem–donkey appeared at the earliest stage of mankind and was used by the ancient Iranian peoples, who, perhaps, through the way of unions of other clans and tribes handed down to them the conception and name of their god-totem–donkey many thousands of years ago, before Avesta, which possesses a cult of the donkey. It was these clans and tribes who admitted the name of the forebears of Iranian peoples – Aryas. Inconsiderable and various differences of the stable term “khar” (donkey) acquired a sacred meaning. There couldn’t be a casual double coincidence in phonetics and semantics: aryas, Kharu Artovskiy, Khaara Berezaiti, kharsang, khargush, Kharris, charisma, Kharri Krishna, Kharon and Kharits, Kharishchandra, Khovar, Khuroson, Khorazm, Khurshed, Khvarna, Kharob, Akhura Mazda and Ankhra-Manyu and the others mean superhuman, sacred, immense, supernatural. This hypothesis is confirmed by the archeological excavations of the regal burial of a donkey in Margian civilization, conducted by Sarianidi V. I.


Ключевые слова:

Totem, Khara Berezaiti, Bukhara, Khorog, Khari-Krishna, Kharikhara, Khvarna, Khurshed, Kharishchandra, Arian

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