Scholars see the City of Carcassonne as a fortified town since medieval time. Nothing much has been said on this heritage site of Unesco which resembles with Karakos or the Karakorrum Pass in Afghanistan. Carcassonne’s root is in Kar and Kushan. Both represent the royal house of Kushan dynasty whose King Kanishka marks the beginning and end of this dynasty in the defined region held by the ancient Magians. Names Khorasnian, Kharasuan and Karsana are identical names and they bear the same geographical relationship in the region of Mt Caucasus.
Above Map which sows the ancient kingdoms including the kingdom of Kushan considers ancient India as the present political India and that is at the root of all mistakes relating to the ancient world history as same as the history of human civilization.
Cassonne or Kushan refers to the land of Cush or Kusha, son of Rama, the god incarnated of the epic the Ramayana. Cush’s kingdoms identify six places with it. Sankasa or Sankasya is one of them which is also called San Kusha. It marks the place where the Buddha descended from ‘Heaven’. Name Heaven here means the ‘See’, or the seat of worship of Sage Mogha, as same as Bodhisattva Indra, or the Thunder God.
The river Aude which in French called ‘Od’(Latin Atax) is a river of southern France. It is 224 km long having its source in Pyrnees mountains. It runs to Carcassonne and finally reaches the Mediterranean Sea near Narbonne. It is registered as essential to the Languedoc-Roussillon region.
Aude stands for ancient Ajodhya; the name finds the exact pronunciation in Chinese pilgrim’s account. Latin Ajax does not represent this river but the country of Ajha means ‘Ajodhya’; river Sarju was then flowing in the middle of ancient Ajodhya. Norbon means Nibharana or the Nabikapur of ancient texts. Atax refers to ancient Ithica or Oat/Mt Ita region on the bank of the river Styx/Sita/Saraswati. Pyrnees is as same as Pyrene of Greek mythology connected with the story of Hercules.