Chaco is remarkable for its monumental ceremonial and public buildings and its distinctive architecture. In addition to the Chaco Culture National Historical Park, the World Heritage property includes the Aztec Ruins National Monument and several smaller Chaco sites..’ . For over 2,000 years, Pueblo peoples occupied a vast region of the southwestern United States. Chaco Canyon, a major centre of ancestral Pueblo culture between 850 and 1250, puts in highlight the Four Corners Area which anciently was the centre of origin and identifies the Four Quarters of the ‘inhabited world’.
The great size and unusual features of the ceremonial kivas suggest the meaning of the ‘kivas’ linked with the people called Kavis.
Chacoan people, who overcame the harshness of the environment of the southwestern United States were migrants from Sha-chi, a part of the centre of Roman administration at Caesarea.
Name Chaco, some scholars think, originated from the term Que-chua, an Andes word, which means ‘hunting land’; Que-chua refers to the bird Kua or Kau; it identifies the river Kua whose other name is Dio; Yue-chi people were living on the bank of this river whose other name was Indus. Sha-chi was situated on the western side bank of this river.
The heritage park is located between Albu-querque and Farmington, in a remote canyon of Chaco Wash. Name Albu refers to Alaba, the birthplace of Romulos and Remus of Roman history.
Sha-chi or Saketa was a part of ancient Ujjain where astronomical studies were first studied. It was Uz of the Bible where Abraham destroyed come idols of the planets.
Sites are considered sacred ancestral houses of the migrant Hopi and Pueblo people; like Pueblo of Pariplaba or the Periplus region, Hopi people were dwellers of the ancient Alsanda, the capital of King Milinda near Alaba. The heritage park is on the Trails of the Ancient Byway which stands within the San Juan Basin surrounded by the Chuska Mountains on the west, the San Juan Mountains on the north, and the San Pedro Mountains to the east. San Juan Mountain stands to identify the ancient Mt Zion or the Place of Enlightenment of the Buddha, also known as the Blue Mountain. While San means ‘Sana-Kusa’ of the ancient Babylon, Juan means ‘Jina’ or Zion.
The canyon itself, circumscribed by dune fields, ridges, and mountains, is aligned along a roughly northwest to southeast axis and is rimmed by flat massifs known as ‘Mesas’; the latter identifies the kingdom of Mesha in the defined territory of the Four Corner Area belonging to the ancient division of the ‘inhabited world’.
Large gaps between the southwestern cliff faces–side canyons known as rincons—were critical in funnelling rain-bearing storms into the canyon and boosting local precipitation levels. Rincons refers to Reichs or place of dwellings of Rais, seat of worship, and royal people; Pueblo Bonito refers to ‘Women of Pueblo; Nuevo Alto means God of Nine at the Centre; and Kin Kletso means ‘Krousto of Chin or Qin. Chaco Wash similarly identifies Yahweh or God of Chaco people. Atlatl Cave means Cave of Attala which refers to the Caves of Heart near Atalia region. From this originated the name Italy. It is not correct to put these people in the reference time period of 900 B.C. Farmed lands around Shabik’eshchee identifies them as Yue-chi migrants of Sabaka region or they may be Sevayat people of Yue-chi origin.
Word Anasazi, like Ansari and kansari, refers to word Anasara means ‘Ezion-geber’ of the Bible who were called ‘helper’ by the Quran. Settlements of Anasara people was neighbourly to Mt Ita or Ute; Shoshone means ‘Saus’ or Sasana people of the ancient world; they are considered as Numic-speakoing people, means ‘people having their origin in ‘Nemi’ or ‘Nimi’; Southern Athabaskan were Atharvan people who are taken to be Apoche and Navajo or people belonging to centre of the earth region;
The Fajada Butte refers to Bajra Bati means the region of Thunder God where ‘Sun Dagger’ petroglyph were composed. Most of the indigenous people have acquired some knowledge of star reading. As Ujjain was the centre of ancient astronomical studies, the Vajra region was under its royal administration of Sha-chi or Saket. Chaco refers to Sha-chi but Pueblo means the Pariplaba of Indian puranas and the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea region. Gran Chaco means ‘people practising grha and grahan calculation’, means ‘movement of sun and moon, other planets, and reading of eclipses’.
The Parapeti River refers to the ancient Bara-vati river and marsh region of Banados de Izozog means forest area of Jujuntara. Chane were ancient Chin people who were known as Compass people, and they were acquainted with reading of stars and measurement of lands. Chiriguano or the Cherra people of Gangetic plain.
Paraguay River—-Prayag River
Mbaya—Amba or Moab or Baya River
Apa River—Ava River
Miranda River—Olanda region River; it may mean Manadhata river;
Mato Grosso do Sul(a province in Brazil)—Mother Ghosh in Sule or Sula as same as Jerusalem region;