Burnt Norton – named after a village in Gloucestshire, UK
East Coker – in Somerset, UK where the forebears of Eliot lived before going to America
The Dry Salvages – a beacon rock off Cape Ann, Mass. USA – where Eliot lived as a boy
Little Gidding – in Huntingdoneshire, UK from where Eliot’s forefathers left for USA – the New World
 hiranya which literally means golden is associated with the ‘first act or moment of Creation’ time and again in vedic literature. In the Brihadarānyaka Up. the ‘Hymn of Creation’ is referred to as hiranyagarbh.
 dyauh (घौः) – is derived also from the stem dyo (द + [ इ + अ ] + अ + उ) – in which case it is declined as ‘go’ and is its nominative-singular ; div (द + इ + [उ + अ]) is used before a vowel ; dyu (द + [इ + अ] + उ) is used before a consonant.