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Foxes of Russian sisters

While I was in 9thclass, i got a book of General knowledge as consolation for my performance. It was published by #Raduga publications. I studied a story of foxes of sisters in that book, that they sets the fire to #sea in #Russia . It started burning. Firemen tried to extinguishing with the some material.
It’s a folk story with a lot of meaning. Writer analysed that one should know that water is combination of hydrogen and oxygen atoms. The folks would have known this fact that hydrogen use to burn and oxygen helps to burn. Otherwise, the synthesis of the story is highly impossible.
Many of my readers are aware that Indians call Caspian sea as Kashyapa sagara. #Kashyapa is a Great Indian sage, who proposed the theories of atoms, internal energy of atoms and atoms in water. Kashyapa and his disciples lived in the north West part of India. Possibly, visit of central Asia and Russian territories was common in those days also.The so called extincted Caspian tribe may be set of students and descendants of Kashyapa.
Hence, the naughty folklore of setting fire to Caspian sea is because of the influence of Kashyapa and his inventions. Thus, it clarified the influence of Indian science on Russian folk stories. It is pertinent to mention that Indian stories had shown immense influence on the foriegn stories. But, we don’t find it’s sister story in India.

Russian folk story- Indian connections Reviewed by on . While I was in 9thclass, i got a book of General knowledge as consolation for my performance. It was published by #Raduga publications. I studied a story of fox While I was in 9thclass, i got a book of General knowledge as consolation for my performance. It was published by #Raduga publications. I studied a story of fox Rating: 0
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