Æsir –Vanir war
The war between two groups of gods Æsir and Vanir is an important event in Norse mythology. Based on Indian Veda and Ramayana, this nature element's war is fought every year between 'Sun' and 'Lightning's clouds, which cover the sun.
Old Norse word Æsir comes from Sanskrit A-shi-r vf'kj means 'sun' (A-shi-r is a antonym of Asura vlqj, which means anti-sun 'cloud'.) via Syrian word Assyr – ia, which was called by Latina. Assyria means 'the land of sun or land of sunrise', which Europeans have been lost. The continent name 'Asia' vf'k;k ' came being short, from word Assyria.
Old Norse Vinr (friend),Vanir (pre- Indo-European deities of fertility) Latin Venus (goddess of physical love) originally based on Sanskrit Vin means 'sound' and r means 'fire', Vee-na* oh.kk (lute, a instrument of music or sound, lightning) Va-ni* ok.kh ( speech, words, sound, voice) vi-n-ta fourk (goddess mother of fire personage Arun and Garura)