Dyaus


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Hindu god of the sky

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La Deidad se da a los hombres, la palabra "diew" en indoeuropeo aparece asociada con frecuencia a "pater": dyeu-p[??]ter, en sanscrito dyaus pitar y en el cristianismo "Dios Padre", en griego "Zeus Pater" que dara en latin Jupiter y la paternidad lleva necesariamente implicita la idea de filiacion o comunicacion amorosa.
Si l'on me demandait, [...] ce que je considere comme la plus importante decouverte du XIXe siecle pour l'histoire ancienne de l'humanite, je repondrais par cette courte ligne: Sanscrit Dyaus Pitar = Grec Zeus Pater = Latin Juppitter = vieux norois Tyr.
Dyaus), << Ciel >>, vieille divinite celeste des Indo-europeens.
In Vedic India, his Sanskrit name was Dyaus pitar, or "Father Sky," and the rules of linguistic evolution suggest the archaic Indo-European personification of atmospheric power was named Dieus or Dyevos.
En el Atharvaveda "lo innato" tiene como pecho la tierra (prithivi) y como espalda el cielo (dyaus); los componentes femeninos y masculinos del cosmos se asemejan a dos cascaras que se miran, a manera de un circulo escindido.
Other passages suggest that Indra was the son of Dyaus and brother of Agni.
to Hastings' Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics which deal with Indian: birth, death and disposal of the dead, Brahman, Dyaus, light and darkness, (Hindu) worship.