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Myth is a subjective, intuitive and cultural truth whose foundation is based on belief. A cultural structure that connects individuals and societies is a common understanding of the world (Pattanaik, 2016: 15-16). Drawing attention to this common understanding, Campbell says, 15 A comparative study of all the World Myths compels us to consider the cultural history of humanity as a whole Bu (Campbell, 2006: 15), adding a new dimension to mythology studies. The Indian and Turkish mythologies also contain very important traces of the cultural elements and concepts that are shared by them. The bakımından Sun bakımından and bir Moon oldukça phenomena that are the subject matter of our study have a special importance in terms of having a deeply rooted place in the mythology of both cultures. In Indian mythology, the sun appears in the form of S Vrya, whose origins are based on the Rig Veda hymns and called the sun god. The Vedic period celestial gods, also known as Savitri, Aryaman, Mitra, Varuedika and Ushas, are also associated with the sun. In Turkish mythology, the Sun is often known with the Moon as the oldest known cult. The deeply rooted Sun and Moon, which the Turkish communities have developed in their own way, has led to the formation of a rich cultural tradition, that is, mythology. In this study, by means of the aforementioned phenomena, traces of cultural accumulations have been tried to be brought together by bringing together archaic information belonging to two different Eastern societies.

Indian Mythology, Turkish Mythology, Astral Mythology

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