According to Unesco, ‘The property of the Loire Valley between Sully-sur-Loire and Chalonnes is located in the regions of the Centre-Val-de-Loire and Pays-de-la-Loire. This cultural landscape covers a section of the Middle course of the 280km river, from Sully-sur-Loire, east of Orléans up to Chalonnes, west of Angers, including the minor and major beds of the river….In the boundary of the property, the banks of the Loire are punctuated by villages and towns among which are Sully, Orléans, Blois, Amboise, Tours and Saumur…..’.
This region of France contains the information on ancient world in such a fantastic way that it transforms the ideas of ancient migration and the history of migrants through Ptolemian geographical situations painted in his maps. The Loire Valley was a seat of royal power illustrated by the buildings and castles that have made it famous, such as Chambord, Chenonceau, Amboise, Blois and Azay-le-Rideau; the Loire Valley contains a series of churches, witness to the expression of faith of the sovereigns and the people in a geographical pattern that finds Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire, Fontevraud, Cunault, the ogival churches of Blois and Candes collectively speak of the whole of the ‘inhabited world’. They do not identify only France or Europe in their outstanding monumental presence in Loire Valley between Sully-sur-Loire and Chalonnes.
Sully-sur-Loire defines its ancient position through Sully-Tanya-Wat Inscriptions; it was a geographical plain that held the ancient royal house and religious base of the whole of the ‘inhabited world’ in a chartered bond of history, geography, philosophy and science of origin of life.
Loire Valley—Loi Valley
Sully-sur-Loire—Sully in Sur or the region of Surya means the ‘Sun’
Chalonnes—Kolhana again as same as Ceylon
Pays-de-la-Loire—Puy or Puri country
Orléans—Aruna or Or or Aryans
Angers—Anga country/Sage Angirasa
Blois—Bruhi or Bhoi(Voie) country
Tours—Toya. Or Troy/Turraneans
Chenonceau—Chen-onceau/Shechen(of the Bible); ancient Chin country
Azay-le-Rideau—Aja or Ojha country of the Radhas/Ujjain of Rudra
Fontevraud—Fonte-vraud means Monk of Buddha or Buddhist Monk
Cunault—Kanauj or Kunal
ogival churches of Blois and Candes—Agni or Fire churches of Bhois and Candas
Loire Valley is located in the regions of the Centre-Val-de-Loire and Pays-de-la-Loire. Thus it becomes important to know the ancient identity of the people of these two important places in France.
Pays de la Loire is in western Frnace bordered by the Brittany on the north-east, Normandy on the north, Centre-Val de Loire on the east, Nauvelle-Aquitaine on the south, and the Bay of Biscay on the southwest. Nantes is the capital of Pays de la Loire;
Brittany, Anjou, Maine(Mayenne and Sarthe), Poitou(Vendee), and Perche provinces which are contained in Pays de la Loire either in part or fully build a better historic statement on their ancient closeness along with Angers, Nantes, Le Mans, La Roche-sur-Yon, Nazaire, Layal, Cholet, and Rennes.
Brittany—Birata country/or Bethany
Anjou—Anja country in Saketa
Maine—country of Minos
Mayenne—Mayaand Mahi country
Poitou—Pei-to/or Boitala country
Perche—Pakshi or Pecha country
Nantes—Nathan of the Bible, and Natha of Indian cultural and religious tradition
Le Mans—Manasseh country
La Roche—Roche or Ruk/Rohi country
Yon—Yona means the Greeks on the north.
Nazaire—Nazoreth of the Bible and Nujang of other literature
Layal—Raula or Roula identifying Rachel of Rachel’s Tomb
Rennes—Royal clan Renu of ancient history
Berry—Bohr or Varah/Vahir country