Muskauer Park world heritage site stands in the river Valley of the Lausatian Neisse; it was developed by Prince Hermann von Pückler-Muskau between 1815 and 1844 on the grounds of his estate which is known as Schloss Muskau residence, Unesco’ observation on the Park is that ‘Pückler laid the foundations of integrated landscape design with the extension of the park into the town of Bad Muskau through green passages…’. Though both German and Poland share this heritage site, in a historically defined way the royal houses of Europe were to have been linked in one way or the other with this heritage site.
According to ancient history, Cush or Kusha divided his kingdom into seven Kosi. Muza-kowski of the heritage site which is as same as Maga or Magha-Kausiki was one of the Kosis that includes Triveni region. Triveni Kosi included three Kosis along with Magha or the Kosi of the Megis. Bible speaks of six kingdoms of Cush; Megi of the Bible is indicative of the Meghas or Moghas of Indian pranas. Maukhari dynasty though sounds like Muskauer, it is identical with Milmachi Kosi of Cush’s Kingdom.
Historians talk of a fortress on the Neisse at Mauskau built during the rule of Magrave Henry III of Meissen; and Armin family was again linked to this heritage site.
Neisse—Naisadha/Nisidha, name of a country
Magrave—root is in ‘Magha’ or in ‘Madhava’
Armin family—Arun family/Aaron; both Aram and Mani kingdoms were neighbourly to this Megi Kosi of the Arun family.
Pückler—Pilotika, name of an influential leader connected with Janussoni.
Brucke—(does not mean ‘Bridge’ , but name of the area of the Anagarika Brucke); it refers to Bacchus, a follower of the Dharma .
The legacy of the ‘Junker’ Prince refers either to Jina family or to Janussoni family of ancient texts. Both of them are indicative of their historic link with the royal families in Manasseh region. It also seems to have been connected either with Janaka or Janaki of the Maithili or Mittle or Janasthan near Panchavati( a part of the Mt Parnasalla)
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