This world heritage site remembers Martin Luther; his Memorials in Eisleben and Wittenberg stand in the State of Saxony-Anhalt near Halle-Kassel. According to Unesco, this site includes ‘the houses in Eisleben where Luther was born (1483) and died (1546), his room in Wittenberg, the local church, and the castle church where, Luther posted his famous ’95 Theses’ on 31 October 1517, launching the Reformation and a new era in the religious and political history of the Western world..’.
Name Eisleben finds its root in Sila of other ancient texts like Pali literature. Other name-forms like Isigila,sullam,and Alsisa exist to throw light on the geographical origin of this name that identifies ancient Israel, a group of followers of Rachel or Rahul; here –ben identifies bana, a secluded place away from home. Eisle-ben is divided into old and new towns like : Alt-stadt and Neu-stadt; it was the capital of the district of Mansfelde and is the seat of Verwaltung-sgemein-schaft(‘collective municipality’); this name was first mentioned in 997 A.D. as a market called Islebia. Witten-berg refers to Wutu or Ota as same as Ithica of classical literature linked with Ulysses, and Eisle or Alsiha stands for this name that identifies ancient Lata from which the name of Latin has been derived.
Halle—Hillar, name of the place where the Buddha left his shadow.
Kassel—Kingdom of Kosal, or Cos/Kos
Verwaltung-sgemein–schaft—Birtunga/Birat-Agamani(also agragamini means ‘front-people’)-kabat.
Schmalkaldic—Schmalkal-dic/Kalama/Kamala island/Kumarika dvipa
Emperor Charles—Emperor Chola/of Cheras
Wurttem-berg—Ur or Uru/Uruk/Uttam/Oda-khand/Erdekarte des
Hans Hoyer—Hansa of Harayu
Hans Georg—Hansa of Gaga/A Gargi/Garga
Hans Albrecht—-Hansa of Rabi-kshetra or from Alaba-kshetra
House of Welf—House of Orbo/Ava
Duchy of Magdel-burg—Bhikshuni/Dakini Magdel(means from Mriga-dala).
Helfta—Harta(means a proctreess)/Arpita(means devoted to God/priestess/Virgins)
Gertrude—Ger or Jara from Tada/Tude/Tudi
Mechtild—Mech-tild/Machha or Fish country/Makka.
The heritage site reflects on settlements of migrants belonging to influential Virgins or Sisters’ groups.