This book presents ground-breaking evidence of an Indian presence and influence in Eire from 1500 BC to 300 AD. It reveals the earliest ancestry common to both Irish and Indians through historical, geographical, linguistic and archaeological evidences. The book is the first of its kind to include translations of Gaelic to Gujarati and then to English. This is the authors own translation as none of it is found in or taken from other textbooks.
In his preface the late Professor King has written “The present writer is able to say that the proposition made by Doctor Patel that the earliest ancestors of the Irish were the Hindus of the western coasts of India and that his transliteration from Gaelic to Gujarati to English are credible and entirely possible.” and “It is with great delight that in keeping with the traditions of the British, European, North American and Indian/Pakistani Universities in which I stand, I recommend this fine piece of work to the reader, leaving him or her to make up their own minds and enjoy the process.”