To the East lies Murias (Celtic)/Viràt-deha (Vedic). In its centre, a peaceful lake is found, adorned with male and female Swans floating about. Its symbolical shape is that of the crescent Moon, and accordingly, the colour white is assigned to it. Its inhabitants are crescent-moonfaced, and are said to be mindful, peaceful and virtuous. Its contour is to be estimated at 9,000 miles. To the non-Indo-European Tibetans of Buddhist faith, it was known as Lu-pah (Lushpags) for Vast Body. Cited from Website: Indo European bases

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