Ming and Qing Dynasties of ancient world history are property of human civilization that identifies the base of the ‘first land’ through Ptolemy’s map of Jambudvipa. Anciently, China was called ‘Chin’ and its people were then called Chan or Chann or Chana who were charioteers and were known as Compass People. One Chann was the charioteer of the Buddha who helped Buddha reached the Anupa-desa(Hittite of the Bible) or the Lake Manasarovara leaving Kapilavastu on his great flight to Renunciation. There was nothing like ‘Chinese Civilization’ as noted by Unesco in its literature in ancient times.
Ming Dynasty identifies the Mrigadala or the Deer Park of the Buddhist texts; and Qing similarly marks the land of ‘Chin’; it is exactly defines its geographical situation through names like ‘Kin’, ‘hing’, and ‘Ain’ or ‘Ai and ‘Hi’.
The best situation of the ancient Chin comes from the name of Hiouen Tsiang and Fa-hina; while the former hailed from Han clan the latter from ‘fan’ clan of the ancient world. It is there in their accounts itself. Han is again the same as Anu of Indian puranas and On of the Bible. The home town of both the pilgrims provides an insight for the scholars to trace the origin of these two pilgrims who did not come from the present China to ancient India(not the present political India) but from the Chinese settlements of the ‘first land’ itself.
So the present China is the ‘second settlement’ of the ancient migrants which can be well explained through names of its many places including Shanxi from where Fa-hian hailed. Shanxi is as same Sanchi of Sha-chi ; and it is again the same as Saketa. Names of places like Nurgaci, Nuzhen, Mongolia, and Manchu collectively defines the whole of the Serpent Plains or the Negev. Hou-jin palace identifies Hwo of the pilgrims’ accounts whose story is one of the most revealing chapters of world history. Its other name was Shenglin Palace, and this reveals the truth hidden in the name of Salanag or Tsung-ling mountains of Hiouen Tsiang’s Indian visit accounts. The “eight-banner” system of the royal building identifies the ‘Eight-fold’ path of the Buddhist tradition. As observed by Unesco, within the Qingning Palace the sacrificial places for the emperors testify to the customs of Shamanism and the latter identifies the Mt Shamm or Shyama of other ancient texts. What was the ancient name of Thailand?