Thus, it is most unscientific to rule out Ramayana, Mahabharata and Purana as just myths, but not informal history of the ancient India.
"Whoever has done or willed too much let him drink from this deep cup a long draught of life and youth........Everything is narrow in the West - Greece is small and I stifle; Judea is dry and I pant. Let me look toward lofty Asia, and the profound East for a little while. There lies my great poem, as vast as the Indian ocean, blessed, gilded with the sun, the book of divine harmony wherein is no dissonance. A serene peace reigns there, and in the midst of conflict an infinite sweetness, a boundless fraternity, which spreads over all living things, an ocean (without bottom or bound) of love, of pity, of clemency."
- Jules Michelet (1798 -1874) French historian first and enduring impression made by The Ramayana
Sarahi Alcaraz Totally. max muller used to say that the vedas were of "barbarian" people and then he realized the truth and glorified them as well as translating them a lot of them. Nikola Tesla also had deep respect for Vedas n said that sanskrit was the only language that used the only precise words to convey nuclear powers around physics because there was no other language with such refined words to describe his ideas and inventions. Wake up western world...