EGYPTIAN AND VEDIC-ARYAN CIVILIZATION
For many years ancient civilization has provided today’s society with so much knowledge and understandings from traditions, medical practices, and culture to contributions, accomplishments and most important history. Though Egyptian and Vedic-Aryan civilization are different, they share some characteristics such as; religion, family, culture and great accomplishments.
Old Egyptians religion was an intricate arrangement of polytheistic convictions and customs which were a vital piece of Egyptian culture. The Egyptians centered their religion on the pharaoh, king of Egypt. Even though the pharaoh is human he was believed to be descended from the gods. The pharaoh was the middle person between his people and the gods, and was committed to support gods through customs and offering so that they could maintain order in the universe. Egyptian citizens could interact with the gods for their own reasons, pleading for their assistance through prayers or convincing them to act through magic. Multitude of gods varied in character and features. “The cults of the great Ra of Iunu, Amen of Uast and Ptah of Mennefer all began as local gods who were eventually promoted and elevated to state gods”.1 Cosmic gods were worshipped as entities who had taken part in the making of humankind. All-inclusive gods, for example, Ma'ta and Nun were worshipped all through antiquated Egyptian history. Minor divine beings, for example, Taueret and Bes were worshipped on a more individual level inside the homes, as family unit gods.
Egyptian cultures are connected with funeral customs. “If the spiritual and physical elements of individuals were to be reunited after death, it was necessary to preserve the integrity of their fleshly container and avoid its decay at any cost”.2 One of the most important and cultural ritual is the mummification process. “Pyramids were designed as resurrection machines for Egyptian Kings....