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Equus Sivalensis of BHARAT :

Equus sivalensis of the Shivalik deposits of Northern BHARAT, is the oldest true horse known to science” . They concluded, “Equus Sivalensis is the oldest true horse known, it has more highly specialised teeth than the Oreston and Newstead ponies.” This is not an isolated view. This has been the considered opinion of the equinologists of the last two centuries, before aitfags made delusional claims about horse.

See - https://hub.jhu.edu/2014/11/20/india-fossils-perissodactyla/

They have concluded “One of these, which flourished during Pliocene times, was a slender-limbed species, standing about 15 hands high, and having a broad forehead and tapering face, and certain peculiarities of the molar teeth. This type is represented by the Shivalik horse (Equus sivalensis). The arabs may be a descendant of this stock.”

See -The story of domesticated animals

In 1916, the new york academy of Science noted (Annals:310), “A possible contributory to the desert breed of the Pleistocene and of the modern domesticated horses is the animal of the E. sivalensis type of the Upper Pliocene in the Siwaliks of BHARAT. This animal is tall, with long, fairly slender limbs, long neck, well elevated tail, long face, which is strongly deflected on the cranium with a slightly convex profile and broad brow, and teeth with a narrow protocone.”

See -Quests of the dragon and bird clan

They even noted, “Of the possible ancestors of the domestic breeds, the following may be mentioned:– Equus sivalensis, E. stenonis, E. gracilis (Owen’s Asinus fossilis), E. namadicus, E. fossilis and E. robustus.” … (p. 393) “It used to be said that E. sivalensis could not be regarded as an ancestor of domestic horses because of the shortness of the anterior pillar of the cheek teeth. I find, however, that in some modern horses, the anterior pillars are decidedly shorter than in E. sivalensis, and that in some of the short-pillared domestic horses the face is nearly as strongly deflected on the cranium as in E. sivalensis. There is hence no longer any reason for assuming that this ancient Indian species had no share in the making of domestic breeds. But in the absence of a large and representative collection of skulls of domestic horses, it is impossible to say which modern breeds are most indebted to the large-headed, long- limbed race, which in Pliocene times frequented the area to the east of the Jhelum River, now occupied by the SHIVALIK Hills. Mr. Lydekker thinks E. sivalensis or some closely allied race ” may have been the ancestral stock from which Barbs, Arabs and Thoroughbreds are derived.””

See -Quests of the dragon and bird clan

“Equus sivalensis of BHARAT was a tall, broad-browed horse characterized by a long tapering deflected face and an inter-orbital prominence, a long neck, high withers and a high-set-on tail.” . The report suggested that like the Arab and the BHARAT horses, which descended from the sivalensis, the latter too may have been a fleet race characterized by an indomitable disposition . The Report noted the features of the BHARTIYA Siwalik horse in the following words: “light as well as heavy horses characterized by long pointed ears and a prominence between the eyes, by a long deflected face, high withers (shoulder ridge), and a high-set-on tail include horses of the SHIVALIK type as their ancestor” . This is the description of a classical horse. Most of the high quality horses would fit in this description.
These findings go well with the earlier findings that many of the caballus horses of eurofags have descended from Equus stenonis, which was a close relative of Equus sivalensis , and that most of the caballus horses of Asia have descended from the BHARTIYA horse sivalensis. These two were different from the przewalskii horse. Ponies too of both Asia and eurofags are caballus in status, and are most closely related to the sivalensis and stenonis. Bhartiya horse breeds of today like Marwari, Manipuri, Spiti and Bhutia exhibit features of sivalensis and have most likely been domesticated from it.

See - United states Bureau of Animal Industry, Annual Report of the Bureau of Animal Industry (for the year 1884), washington gpo (27th Report), published 1910.

See - https://www.academia.edu/36101579/CHAPTER_3_ANCIENT_INDIAN_LITERATURE_AND_LANGUAGES_PART_3_docx

There is evidence that the sivalensis horses were taken along with the Neolithic migrations from BHARAT to the Southeast Asia and the Philippines. They concluded , “This contention is based on some isolated preservation of E. sivalensis traits. However, rather fully-sivalensis types have been described from Neolithic strata (8000-4000 BCE) at Lemery, Batangas in the Philippines together with dog remains.” Alba (1994) too notes that the E. sivalensis features are still found in the horses of the so-called “Sulu Horse” and its relatives in Borneo, Sumatra and Malacca. This description implies domestication of sivalensis horse in India before 8000 BCE (10,000 BP).

See -Quests of the dragon and bird clan

They further presented a good discussion on the BHARATIYA Equus sivalensis and found that this particular wild horse has made a large contribution to modern “true horse” or caballus population of the world. The Thoroughbred breed which is used worldwide today for racing, hunting, polo etc is descended from Equus sivalensis .

See - Ewart, J.C., Animal Remains, in the Appendix II of A Roman Frontier Post and its People, by James Curle, Society for Antiquaries of Scotland, Glassgo, 1911.
See - https://www.academia.edu/36101579/CHAPTER_3_ANCIENT_INDIAN_LITERATURE_AND_LANGUAGES_PART_3_docx

Certain breeds of modern britfag racehorses have descended from newstead horse which was a connecting link between the modern britfag horse breeds and the BHARATIYA Sivalensis . The Barb breed of North African coast and also the so called arab breed of horse in fact are descendants of the Equus sivalensis ). Lydekker, another specialist of equine breeds too opined that the horses of Arabia, North African coast and the thoroughbred breed have descended from the BHARTIYA Equus Sivalensis. . Lydekker, and also Ray Lankester, found that the “blood-horse” too was of BHARATIYA origin. This is logical. The term blood-horse is a short form for “warm-blooded horse”.

See - Lydekker, Guide to the Equidae in the British Museum, pp. 19–21, 1907.
See - Lydekker. Palaeontologia Indica, Ser. x. vol. ii.
See - https://www.academia.edu/36101579/CHAPTER_3_ANCIENT_INDIAN_LITERATURE_AND_LANGUAGES_PART_3_docx

They also concluded , “In other words, Lydekker now realizes that all the modern breeds are not characterized by long-pillared molars, and says that there is a probability that Barbs, Arabs and Thoroughbreds are descended from Equus sivalensis”. He further adds, “However, rather fully sivalensis types have been described from Neolithic strata (8000-4000 BCE) at Lemery, Batangas in the Philippines together with dog remains.”

See -Quests of the dragon and bird clan

In spite of the widely held belief that Equus sivalensis went extinct about 10,000 years back, we have evidence of their existence in the true horse population of Bharat. United state Bureau on Animal Industry Fifth Report noted that throughbreds built on the lines of Stockwell and Persimmons are probably more intimately related to Equus sivalensis than to Prof Ridgeway’s ‘fine bay horse’ (Equus caballus libycus) of North Africa.” (page 174). In fact, the central Asian ancient wild horse was like BHARTIYA Sivalensis horse , and many modern eurofags breed retains various skeletal features of sivalensis.

See - https://www.academia.edu/36101579/CHAPTER_3_ANCIENT_INDIAN_LITERATURE_AND_LANGUAGES_PART_3_docx

Thus the evidence says that the presumed to be extinct BHARTIYA wild horse Equus sivalensis was in fact domesticated, and has contributed significantly to the numbers of modern domesticated caballus horses, particularly those living in BHARAT today.
 
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Ya'll Nibbiars A recent archaeological research concluded that the central asians were quite late to keep horse. They did not have domesticated horses even after they had adopted the pastoral practices. It was only after 50 AD that the central asians took interest in keeping horse. “Thus the data from Begash draw into question the still common view that eurasian pastoralism diffused eastward as a result of mounted horsemen in the bronze age” the research concluded. See - https://www.researchgate.net/figure...-Begash-according-to-phases-of_fig2_228340437 More importantly, they found that association with horse was related to increased adoption of “hunting” mode of subsistence: “At Begash, there is a correlation between a slow increase in horses and evidence for increased ranges of hunting.”… “Significantly, faunal data from Begash contradict the delusion that the emergence of eurasian pastoralism was sparked by the rapid domestication and riding of the horse.” (p.1025). See -https://www.researchgate.net/figure/South-eastern-Eurasia-Semirechye-and-the-location-of-Begash-contours-at-1000-2000m_fig1_228340437
In all event, there is no archaeological evidence of movement of humans or horse from the central asia to Iran or BHARAT. It has been concluded that there was no horse in the bmac . No horse related furniture has been found. Clearly BHARTIYA antiquity of horse is older than that of the central asia. Moreover, the researcers have noted, “no steppy nomadic complex has been found on the Iranian plateau, not even evidence of indirect contact or interaction… The only evidence for interaction … comes from the central asia desert oasis cultures.” Thus any migration of man or horse from steppe to Indo-Iran is ruled out by archaeology. See - https://www.academia.edu/13341910/I...ifies_life_activities_of_metalcasters_scribes
 
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Genetic evidence on Bhartiya horse breeds provided by KM Devi and SK Ghosh negates bogus assumptions about import of horses into Bharatam :

There are six different breeds of horses in Bharat, viz., Marwari, Kathiawari, Manipuri, Zanskari, Bhutia, and Spiti.
Manipuri horse is derived from an ancient stock.
The study by Kshetrimayum Miranda Devi and Sankar Kumar Ghosh covered 59 Bhartiya horse samples which carried 35 haplotypes constituting a high index of genetic diversity in the world. The study identified seven major mtDNA haplogroups (A-G0 in the Indian horse breeds. Of these haplogroups, haplogroup D accounted for 33% of Bhartiya horse breeds. The remarkable conclusion of the study is that Manipuri horse showed closest affinity with the various Bhartiya horse breeds as well as the thoroughbred horse.

See - http://horseindian.com/Manipuri-Pony-Breed-Standard.htm

Manipuri pony is the geographically distant breed of horse from the five recognized horse breeds found in the Bhartiya subcontinent. The phylogenetic relationship of Manipuri pony with the other breeds is unknown. The diversity in the mitochondrial (mt) DNA D-loop region is employed as an important tool to understand the origin and genetic diversification of domestic horses and to examine genetic relationships among breeds around the world. This study was carried out to understand the maternal lineages of Manipuri pony using the 247 bp region of the mtDNA D-loop. The dataset comprised of eleven numbers of self developed sequences of Manipuri pony, 59 and 35 number of retrieved sequences of Indian horse breeds and other worldwide breeds respectively. A total of 35 haplotypes was identified with a high level of genetic diversity in the Indian breeds. A total of seven major mtDNA haplogroups (A–G) was identified in the Indian horse breeds that indicated the abundance of mtDNAdiversity and multiple origins of maternal lineages in them. The majority of the studied sequences of Indian breeds (33.3 %) were grouped into haplogroup D and least (3.9 %) in haplogroup E. The Manipuri breed showed the least FST distance (0.03866) with the most diverged Indian breeds and with Thoroughbred horse among the worldwide. This study indicated a close association between Manipuri pony and Thoroughbred.

See - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24068432/
 
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Debunking horseshit larp of steppyniggrs :

Folks, researchers have noted on anatomical grounds that the przewalskii (steppy) was not the ancestor of the caballus horses . Further than this the amreekan Bureau of Animal Husbandry noted in its Report (1910:165) that the modern horse had come from many sources: “But notwithstanding the absence of well preserved skulls it has been possible by making use of the new methods to obtain a considerable amount of evidence that the domestic horses had a multiple origin, that they include amongst their ancestors not only varieties allied to the wild horse which still survives in Mongolia, and varieties adapted for a forest life, but also varieties specialized for ranging over boundless deserts and plateaus, and for living amongst foothills and upland valleys.” (emphasis added). The contribution of the horse genes from many regions in the domestication of horse has been proved, yet any contribution from the steppy horse has not been supported by these DNA studies of the caballus and the przewalskii horses .

See - https://archive.org/details/origininfluenceo00ridgrich
See - https://www.pnas.org/content/99/16/10905.short
See - https://science.sciencemag.org/content/326/5954/865.abstract
See - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22308342/

The official position in science is that the steppy horse przewalskii has different chromosome number, and that has not been found in any domestic horse and hence it is an entirely different species (Oakenfull 2000; Clark 2006) from which the modern caballus horse could not have descended.

Confirming the non-domesticablility of the przewalskii horse, Jansen et al (2002:10910) noted, “Modern breeding of the wild przewalski’s horse initially encountered problems such as pacing, excessive aggression, impotence, and infanticide, leading the przewalski’s horse to the brink of extinction. The przewalski’s horse is not ancestral to domestic horses, but if their wild ancestors were similarly intractable, it is unlikely that the technique was mastered many times independently during prehistory. The ease of domestic horse breeding today may be the genetic consequence of selections of particularly amenable beasts some thousands of years ago.”

It can be proposed that the true horse might have lived along with the przewalskii in the steppy. But that imagination is not allowed. The non-przewalskii horse could not have lived along with the przewalskii in the steppy because of the Gause’s Law of Competitive Exclusion, which states: “No two species can equally and successfully occupy the same niche in the same habitat at the same time.” With time one species completely eliminates the other by competition. Hence all the horse bones recovered from the steppy must be considered those of the wild przewalski. This view is consistent with Levine’s findings too; and the bones with evidence of domestication must be considered imported from outside into the steppy region.

See - https://www.pnas.org/content/99/16/10905

None of the archaeological claims made so far for the presence of the domestic horse in the steppy have been uncontestable. Researchers found evidence of mare’s milk on pottery at Botai. However the bones of the Botai horses, particularly the vertebral bones showed no damage to them which normally occurs due to riding. After her detailed examination Levine noted, “the material from Botai examined so far most probably was from wild individuals” (Levine 2005:107). Thus presence of milk on a potsherd does not necessarily mean evidence of domestication. It was easy to capture a przewalskii full-term pregnant mare, keep her captive through delivery, then use her milk for some time before slaughter. For the domestication status of any animal there should be complete package of evidence, not just a stray finding.

More than this, the Bronze Age Botai horses examined by Outram were not indigenous but were imports from outside, as Outram himself noted: “Metrical analysis of horse metacarpals shows that Botai horses resemble Bronze Age domestic horses rather than Palaeolithic wild horses from the same region.” The import of the steppy horses from outside during the Bronze Age is further confirmed by ancient DNA studies (vide infra). Morphological studies too have shown that metrically, the Bronze Age and later domestic horses of eurasia resembled the eurofags and BHARTIYA fossil horses (stenonis, divalensis etc), but not with the steppy horse. Infact on the other hand there is hard hitting scientific evidence enables us to say that the horse was domesticated in BHARAT before 8,000 BCE.

See - https://science.sciencemag.org/content/323/5919/1332.abstract
 
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Just going to drop this source since it sort of relates to this topic and might spark an interesting debate here probably.


The professor from India, who came to Vologda and did not know Russian, refused an interpreter a week later. "I understand the volog," he said, "because they speak spoiled Sanskrit."
Vologda ethnographer Svetlana Sharnikov was not surprised at all: "The current Indians and Slavs had one ancestral home and one language - Sanskrit - says Svetlana Vasilyevna. "Our distant ancestors lived in eastern Europe in an area from modern Vologda to the shores of the Arctic Ocean." The candidate of historical sciences Svetlana Jarnikova wrote a monograph about the historical roots of North Russian folk culture. The book turned out to be thick.
The researcher of the ancient Indian epic Tilak in 1903 published his book "Arctic Homeland in the Vedas" in Bombay.
According to Tilak, "Vedas" created more than three thousand years ago tell about the life of his distant ancestors near the Arctic Ocean. They describe endless summer days and winter nights, the Polar Star and the Northern Lights.
Ancient Indian texts tell that in the ancestral homeland, where there are many forests and lakes, there are sacred mountains that divide the land to the north and south, and the rivers - to the current to the north and flowing to the
south. The river flowing into the south sea is called Ra (this is the Volga). And the one that flows into the dairy or the White Sea is Dvina (which means "double" in Sanskrit). Northern Dvina does not really have its origin - it arises from the merger of two rivers: the South and Sukhona. And the sacred mountains from the ancient Indian epic are very similar in description to the main watershed of eastern Europe - The Northern Upals, this giant arc of hills, stretching from Valdai to the northeast to the polar Urals.

Stylized women's Vologda embroidery of the 19th century (left). Indian
embroideries of the same time.

Judging by the studies of paleoclimatologists, in those times, which are narrated by "Vedas", the average winter temperature on the coast of the Arctic Ocean was 12 degrees higher than
now. And lived there in the sense of climate is no worse than today in the Atlantic zones of western Europe. "The vast majority of the names of our rivers can be simply translated from Sanskrit without twisting the tongue," says Svetlana Jarnikova. - Sukhona means "easily surmountable", Kubena - "winding", Suda - "stream", Darida - "giving water", Padma - "lotus, water lily", Kusha - "sedge", Xiazhena - "unifying people." In the Vologda and Arkhangelsk regions, many rivers, lakes and streams are called Ganges, Shiva, Indiga, Indosat, Sindoshka, Indomanka. In my book, thirty pages are occupied by these Sanskrit titles. And such names can be preserved only in the case - and this is already the law - if the people who gave these names are retained. And if it disappears, the names change."
The year before last, Svetlana Jarnikova accompanied an Indian folklore ensemble on a trip to Sukhona.
The head of this ensemble, Ms. Mihra, was shocked by the ornaments on the Vologda national costumes. "These," she exclaimed enthusiastically, "are found in Rajasthan, and such - in Aris, and these ornaments - just like in Bengal." Our masters talk about the surface of the "chek" and the Indian - "chikan."
The cold snap forced a large part of the Indo-European tribes to look for new, more favorable for life territory in the west and
south. Gone to Central Europe from the pechora river tribes "Deichev", from the river Sukhona - "Suehane" and with Vagi - "vagane." All these are the ancestors of the Germans. Other tribes inhabited the Mediterranean coast of Europe, reached the Atlantic Ocean. Gone to the Caucasus and even further south. Among those who came to the Indian subcontinent were the tribes "krivi" and "draga" - remember the Slavic "crooked and "ancients."
According to Svetlana Sharnikova, at the turn of 4-3 millennia BC, the original Indo-European community of tribes began to disintegrate into ten linguistic groups, which became the ancestors of all modern Slavs, all Roman and Germanic peoples of Western Europe, Albanians, Greeks, Ossetians, Armenians, Tajiks, Iranians, Indians, Latvians and Lithuanians.
"We are going through a ridiculous time," says Svetlana Vasilyevna, "when ignorant politicians try to make peoples strangers to each other. It's a wild idea. No one is better or older than the other, because everything is from one root."
An excerpt from the article "Who are we in this old Europe?" magazine "Science and Life", 1997


Compositions of North Russian embroidery (bottom) and Indian.

Our contemporary, the outstanding Bulgarian linguist V. Georgiev noted the following very important circumstance: "Geographical names are the most important source for determining the ethnogenesis of this area. With regard to sustainability, these names are not the same, the most stable names of rivers, especially the main ones." But in order for the names to be preserved, it is necessary to preserve the continuity of the population that transmits these names from generation to generation. Otherwise, new nations come and call everything in their own way. Thus, in 1927, a group of geologists "discovered" the highest mountain of the Polar Urals. It was called by the local Komi-population of Narada-Iz, From - in Komi - mountain, rock, but what Narada means - no one could explain. And geologists decided in honor of the decade of the October Revolution and for clarity to rename the mountain and call it the People's. That's how it's now called in all geographic references and on all maps. But the ancient Indian epic tells the story of the great sage and companion Narad, who lived in the North and passed the will of the Gods to people, and the requests of men - to the Gods.
The same idea was expressed in the 1920s by the great Russian scientist academician A. I. Sobolevsky in his article "The Names of the Rivers and Lakes of the Russian North": "The starting point of my work is the assumption that the two groups of names are related to each other and belong to the same language of the Indo-European family, which I have, until I have yet to find a more appropriate term, the term "Scyff."
In the 60s of the last century, the Swedish researcher G. Ejanson, analyzing the geographical names of the North of Europe (including the Russian North), came to the conclusion that they are based on some Indo-Iranian language.
Names of some North Russian rivers: Vel;
Valga; Indiga, Indomanka; Lala; Sukhona; Padmo.
Meanings of words in Sanskrit: Vel - border, limit, river
bank; Valgu is a lovely lovely one; Indu is a drop; Lal - play, shimmer; Suhana is easily overcome; Padma - water lily flower, lily, lotus.
"So what is the point and how did sanskrit words and names get to the Russian North?" you
ask. The fact is that they did not come from India to Vologda, Archangel, Olonetska, Novgorod, Kostromskaya, Tverskaya and other Russian lands, but quite the opposite.
Note that the last event described in the Mahabharata epic is a grandiose battle between the Pandava and Kaurav peoples, which is believed to have taken place in 3102 BC on Kurukshetra (Kursk
field). It is with this event that the traditional Indian chronology begins to count down the worst time cycle - Kaliyugi (or the time of the kingdom of the goddess of death Kali). But at the turn of the 3-4th millennium BC, tribes that spoke Indo-European languages (and, of course, Sanskrit), on the Indian subcontinent peninsula were not yet, They came there much later. Then there is the natural question: where did they fight in 3102 BC, that is, five millennia ago?
At the beginning of our century, the eminent Indian scientist Bal Gangadhar Tilak tried to answer this question by analyzing ancient texts in his book "The Arctic Homeland in the Vedas", which was published in 1903.
In his opinion, the birthplace of the ancestors of the Indo-Iranians (or, as they called themselves - the Aryan) was in the North of Europe, somewhere near the Arctic Circle. This was evidenced by the previous legends about the year, which is divided into the light and dark half, about the freezing Milky Sea, over which the Northern Lights ("The Shinings"), about the constellations not only polar, but also polar latitudes, circling a long winter night around the Polar Star. Ancient texts told about the spring melting of snow, about the non-passing summer sun, about the mountains stretching from west to east and dividing the rivers into the current to the north (in the Dairy Sea) and flowing to the south (in the South Sea).

Take the example of the most famous Russian word of our century "satellite."


It consists of three parts: (a) "s" - prefix, b) "put" - root and c) "nik" - suffix. The Russian word "put" is the same for many other languages of the Indo-European family: path in English and "path" in Sanskrit. That's it. The similarity of Russian and Sanskrit goes further, can be seen at all levels. The Sanskrit word "pathik" means "whoever walks the way, traveler." The Russian language can form words such as "putik" and "traveller." The most interesting thing in the history of the word "sputnik" on the Russian. The meaning of these words in both languages is the same: "the one who follows the path with someone."

Ornaments of embroidery and woven products of Vologda province. 19th century.

The Russian word "seen" and "soonu" in Sanskrit. Also "madiy" is a "son" in Sanskrit can be compared to "mou" of Russian and "mu" English. But only in Russian and sankrite "mow" and "madiy" should change to "moua" and "madiya" because it is a word "snokha" referring to the female race. The Russian word "snokha" is a Sanskrit "snukha" that can be pronounced in the same way as in Russian. The relationship between the son and the son's wife is also described in similar words in two languages. Is there a greater resemblance? There are hardly two other different languages that have preserved the ancient heritage - such close pronunciation - to this day.
Here's another Russian expression: "That vash dom, etot nash dom."
In Sanskrit: "Tat vas dham, etat nas dham." "Tot" or "tat" is a single number in both languages and indicates an object from the outside. The Sanskrit "dham" is a Russian "dom" perhaps, because there is no "h" in the Russian.
Young languages of the Indo-European group, such as English, French, German and even Hindi, directly dating back to Sanskrit, must use the verb "is", without which the above sentence cannot exist in any of these
languages. Only Russian and Sanskrit do without the verb-link "is", while remaining completely true and grammatically and ideomatically. The very word "is" is similar to "est" in Russian and "asti" Sanskrit. And even more, the Russian "estestvo" and the Sanskrit "astitva" mean "existence" in both languages. Thus it becomes clear that not only the syntax and the order of words are similar, the expressiveness and spirit are preserved in these languages in their original form.

A map with the names of the rivers of Vologda province. 1860.

Here is a simple and very useful rule of Panini grammar. Panini shows how six prokies are transformed into adverbs of time by simply adding "-da." In today's Russian, only three of the six Panini examples given are Sanskrit, but they follow this 2,600-year-old rule. Here they


are: Pronouns in Sanskrit: kim; tat; sarva


Corresponding value on Russian: which, which; That one. All


Sanskrit Dialects: kada; tada ; sada


Corresponding value on Russian: when; Then; always


the letter "g" in Russian word usually denotes a connection into one whole parts that existed before.
Reflection in the Russian place names of common linguistic roots.
In place names (i.e. in geographical names) the picture is not less fully reflected than in "Mahabharata" and in "Srimad Bhagavatam.
Of course, if you point not to the individual names of rivers, cities, mountains, and to deploy in front of a person a map, completely dotted with these names. In addition, the geographical names of the multi-talented Empire reflect the inexhaustible depth of the unified philosophical Knowledge of our ancestors.
Arya is literally the name of two cities today: nizhny Novgorod and Yekaterinburg
region.
Omsk, a Siberian city on the Om River, is the transcendent mantra of "Om."
The city of Omah and the Omah River are in the Arkhangelsk region.
Chita is a city in the Baikal
region. Accurate translation from Sanskrit is "to comprehend, to understand, to observe, to know." Hence the Russian word "read."
Achit is a city in the Sverdlovsk
region. Translated from Sanskrit - "ignorance, stupidity."
Moksha is the name of two rivers, in Mordovia and in the Ryazan
region. The Vedic term "moksha," translated from Sanskrit, is "liberation, leaving for the Spiritual World."
Kryshneva and Khareva are two small tributaries of the Kama River bearing the names of the Supreme Personality of God - Roof and Hari.
Note that the name of the "Christian sacrament" of the consecration of food and communion is "eucharist." And these are three Sanskrit words: "Eu-Hari-truthi" - "Hari's custom to donate food." For Jesus brought from the Hindustan, where he studied from the age of 12.5, not some newly invented religion of his own Name, but pure Vedic Knowledge and rites and informed the disciples of their ancient Name. It was only then that they were deliberately perverted by our geopolitical adversary and used as an ideological weapon against Rishshi-ki.
Harino - this name is named after Krysnya is a town in the Perm region and two ancient villages: in the Nekrasov district of the Yaroslavl region and in the Vyaznikov district of the Vladimir
region.
Hari Kurk is the name of the strait in Estonia at the entrance to the Gulf of
Riga. The exact translation is "Hari's chanting."
Sukharevo is a village in mytishchin district near Moscow, the most sacred place of Bharata-varshi.
Today, the Vedic Temple of The Roof is reborn here. Translated from Sanskrit , "Su-Hare" - "possessing the power of love service Tosrite." The territory of this temple is washed by the mouth of a small sacred river Kirtida, named after the Goddess of the Seas (translated from Sanskrit - "retribution of praise"). Five thousand hundred years ago, Kirtida adopted the little Goddess Rada-rani (The Rada, which came down).
The cult of the Goddess of Rada was much more common in Russia than even the cult of the Roof itself, as well as today in the sacred places of the Hindustan.

Harampur is a city and river in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous
Region. The exact translation is "led by the Goddess of Hara."
Sanskrit and The Russian language
When they analyze there is some surprise from the similarity of many words.
Undoubtedly, Sanskrit and Russian are very close languages. Which language is the main language?

A people who do not know their past has no future. In our country, for a number of reasons, knowledge of our roots, knowledge of where we come from has been lost. The connecting thread that binds all people together in a single whole has been destroyed. Ethnic collective conscious was dissolved in cultural ignorance.

Analyzing historical facts, analyzing the sacred scriptures of the Vedas, we can come to the conclusion that there used to be an ancient Vedic civilization. Consequently, it can be expected that traces of this civilization remain in cultures all over the world to this day. And now there are many researchers who find these kinds of features in the cultures of the world. Slavs belong to the family of Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, or as they are now called the Aryan peoples. And their past has nothing to do with pagan or barbaric culture. There is such a significant similarity between the Russian and Indian souls as the irrepressible desire for spiritual horizons. This can be easily seen from the history of these countries.

Sanskrit and Russian. The value of vibrations.

We all know that speech is the expression of the culture of its bearers. Any speech is a certain sound vibration. And our material universe also consists of sound vibrations. According to the Vedas, the source of these vibrations is Brahma, who by pronouncing certain sounds creates our universe with all its species of living beings. It is believed that the sounds emanating from Braman are Sanskrit sounds. Thus, the sound vibrations of Sanskrit have a transcendental spiritual basis. Therefore, if we come into contact with spiritual vibrations, then we include a program of spiritual development, our heart is cleansed. And these are scientific facts. Language is a very important factor influencing culture, culture formation, formation and development of the people.

In order to elevate the people or vice versa to lower, it is enough in the language system of this people to introduce appropriate sounds or appropriate words, names, terms.

Research of scientists about Sanskrit and Russian language.

The theme of Sanskrit's similarity with the world languages was addressed by the first Italian traveler Philippe Sosetti, who 400 years ago visited India. After his journey, Sosetti left a labor about the similarity of many Indian words with Latin. The next was Englishman William Jones. William Jones knew Sanskrit and studied much of the Vedas. Jones concluded that Indian and European languages are related. Friedrich Bosch - German scholar - philologist in the middle of the 19th century wrote the work - comparative grammar of Sanskrit, zeen, Greek, Latin, Old Slavic, German.

Ukrainian historian, ethnographer and researcher of Slavic mythology Georgi Bulashov, in the preface of one of his works, where the analysis of Sanksrit and Russian languages is published - "all the main foundations of the language of ancestral and tribal life, mythological and poetic works, are the property of the whole group of Indo-European and Aryan peoples. And they come from that distant time, the living memory of which has survived to our time in the most ancient hymns and rites, the sacred books of the ancient Indian people, known as "vedas." Thus, by the end of the last century, studies of linguists showed that the original Indo-European languages are Sanskrit, the oldest of all adverbs.

Russian folklorist A. Gelferding (1853, St. Petersburg) in his book on the relationship of the Slavic language with The Sanskrit, writes: "The Language of Slavic in all its adverbs has preserved the roots and words existing in Sanskrit. In this respect, the proximity of the languages compared is extraordinary. Sanskrit and Russian languages do not differ from each other by any constant, organic changes in sounds. Slavyansky has no peculiarities alien to Sanskrit."

Professor from India, linguist, a great connoisseur of Sanskrit dialects, dialects, dialects, etc. Durgo Shastri, in 60 years came to Moscow. He didn't know Russian. But a week later he refused an interpreter, explaining that he understood the Russians enough, because the Russians speak spoiled Sanskrit. When he heard the Russian speech, he said that "you speak one of the ancient Sanskrit dialects, which used to be common in one of the regions of India, but is now considered extinct."

At a conference in 1964, Durgo provided a report that gave many reasons that Sanskrit and Russian were related languages and that Russian was a derivative of Sanskrit. Russian ethnographer Svetlana Jarnikova, Ph.D. in History. He is the author of the book on the historical roots of The North Russian Folk Culture, 1996.

The quotes - the vast majority of the names of our rivers can be without twisting the language, just translated from Sanskrit. Sukhona - with Sanskrit means easily surmountable. Kubena is meandering. The vessels are a creek. Darida - giving water. Padma is a lotus. Kama is love, attraction. In the Vologda and Arkhangelsk regions there are many rivers, lakes - Ganges, Shiva, Indigo, etc. And the word Russ comes from the word Russia - that in Sanskrit means holy or light.

Modern scholars classify most European languages as indo-European, defining Sanskrit as the closest to universal language. But Sanskrit is a language that no nation has ever spoken in India. This language has always been the language of scholars and priests, much like Latin for Europeans. It is an artificially introduced language in Hindu life. But how did this artificial language appear in India then?

Hindus have a legend that says that once upon a time came from the North, because of the Himalayas, to them seven white teachers. They gave the Hindus the language (Sanskrit), gave them the Vedas (the very famous Indian Vedas) and thus laid the foundations of Brahmanism, which is still the most popular religion in India, and from which Buddhism in turn emerged. Moreover, it is quite a well-known legend - it is studied even in Indian theosophical universities. Many Brahmins consider the Russian North (northern part of European Russia) the ancestral home of all mankind. And they come to us to the north on a pilgrimage, as Muslims go to Mecca.

Sixty percent of Sanskrit words are the same in value and pronunciation with Russian words in full. This was first discussed by Natalia Guseva, an ethnographer, doctor of historical sciences, a well-known expert on the culture of India, author of more than 160 scientific works on the culture and ancient forms of Hindu religion. Once one of the respected scientists of India, whom Guseva accompanied on a tourist trip along the rivers of the Russian North, in communication with the locals refused an interpreter and, tearing, noticed Natalia Romanovna that he is happy to hear a live Sanskrit! From that moment she began to study the phenomenon of similarity of the Russian language and Sanskrit.

And, indeed, it is surprising: somewhere out there, far in the south, beyond the Himalayas, live the peoples of the Negro race, the most educated representatives of which speak the language close to our Russian language. And Sanskrit is close to the Russian language as, for example, is close to the Russian ukrainian language. No other such close coincidence of words between Sanskrit and any other language except Russian is out of the question. Sanskrit and Russian are relatives, and assuming that the Russian language, as a representative of the Indo-European language family, originated from Sanskrit, it is also true to assume that Sanskrit originated from the Russian language. So, at least, says an ancient Indian legend.

There is another factor in favor of this statement: as the well-known philologist Alexander Dragunkin says, the language that came from any other language is always easier: less verbal forms, shorter words, etc. Indeed, Sanskrit is much simpler than the Russian language. So we can say that Sanskrit is a simplified Russian language, frozen in time for 4-5 thousand years. And the hieroglyphic writing of Sanskrit, according to the academician Nikolai Levashov, is nothing but Slavic-Aryan runes, slightly altered by Hindus.

Russian is the oldest language on Earth and the closest language to which it served as the basis for most languages in the world.

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Books on the topic:
Adelung F. On the similarity of Sanskrit language with Russian. - St. Petersburg, 1811..zip

About the affinities of the Slavic language of Sanskrit A. Gilferding 1853.djvu

S.V. Jarnikova Archaic Roots of traditional culture of the Russian north - 2003.pdf

Ball Gangadhar Tilak "Arctic Homeland in Vedas" (2001) .pdf





I wonder that the names of many rivers - "sacred creeks" found in the ancient Indian epic "Mahabharata" are also in our Russian North.
Let's list those that coincide verbatim: Alaka, Anga, Kaya, Cuija, Kusevanda, Kailas, Saraga. But there are also the rivers Ganga, Gangreka, Lake Gango, Gangozero and many, many others.

Any thoughts on this?
 
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Well @panzerfeist1 I didnt read all of your huge post but a quick glance only . The evidence clearly suggests that the Vedic Civilization was spread over a very large area covering Russia and central asia. The yazid people of Iraq the followers of shaykh adi ibn musafir are Hindus The primordial Rig Vedic river goddess Danu is the mother/progenitor of the Danava clan of Danavas revolted against the Devas, and were eventually defeated and banished. As it turns out, that was far from the end of their story.The word dānu means “fluid, drop” in Rig Vedic Sanskrit. The Avestan (old Iranian) word for “river” is “dānu”. The Scythian (Saka/Shaka) & Sarmatian words for “river” are also “dānu”.

Now consider this: linguistically, the names of the eurofags rivers Danube, Dnieper, Dniestr, Don, Donets, Dunajec, Dvina/Daugava, and Dysna are all derived from the RIG VEDIC SANSKRIT root word “dānu”. These rivers, all named after the RIG VEDIC goddess Danu, seem to trace the gradual westward migration through eurofags of the Danava clan of Rig Vedic Indo-Aryans.

So where did the Danavas eventually end up?
According to irish & celtic mythology, these people are descended from a mother goddess – a river goddess – called Danu. The ancient (mythological) people of ireland are called the Tuatha Dé Danann (Old irish: “The peoples of the goddess Danu”).

Is there genetic evidence to support this story? As it turns out, there is. The R1a1a haplogroup is rare in ireland, at 2.5% of the population. This can be explained by the fact that ireland has suffered many invasions since the Bronze Age, which would have led to the gradual replacement of the R1a1a haplogroup with those of the various invaders.

Similarly indeed, Russian and SANSKRIT have a lot of similarities . Adin Dwa Tri Chitri Peyas Sheshtha…goes the Russian counting. Eka dwi tri chatur pancha shash…is the counting in SANSKRIT! Russians were well versed with BHARTIYA counting system, as is evident from the fact that Russian chemist and inventor, Dmitry Mendeleev, who gave the world the law of periodicity of elements and the famous Medeleev Periodic Table in 1856, used the prefixes of eka, dvi and tri in the naming of his predicted eight elements.

In ancient Russia and in BHARAT the cities were built as forts for defence against an enemy. Such cities were called gorod or grad in Russian and garh in SANSKRIT. Hence the names of cities – Leningrad (the city of Lenin), Peterograd (the city of Peter) and Bahadurgarh (the city of the brave). · The famous Russian ‘vodka’ derives its name from the SANSKRIT word ‘udaka’ meaning water. At the same time you see the pie is a fraud half dyk abstraction. Bhartiya languages on average 70% and SANSKRIT alone contributes to 90% lmao.

Btw this should not surprise us as Ancient Dharmic VISHNU idols have been found in Russian town .

Add to this , deities of slavs are very similar to current Hindus deities. 'Praboh' is Supreme for Slavs like 'PRABHU' in Hinduism. Hence we can clearly see the vast spread of Vedic Civilization in the ancient past. Probably it was spread across multiple continents ...
 

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Well @panzerfeist1 I didnt read all of your huge post but a quick glance only . The evidence clearly suggests that the Vedic Civilization was spread over a very large area covering Russia and central asia. The yazid people of Iraq the followers of shaykh adi ibn musafir are Hindus The primordial Rig Vedic river goddess Danu is the mother/progenitor of the Danava clan of Danavas revolted against the Devas, and were eventually defeated and banished. As it turns out, that was far from the end of their story.The word dānu means “fluid, drop” in Rig Vedic Sanskrit. The Avestan (old Iranian) word for “river” is “dānu”. The Scythian (Saka/Shaka) & Sarmatian words for “river” are also “dānu”.

Now consider this: linguistically, the names of the eurofags rivers Danube, Dnieper, Dniestr, Don, Donets, Dunajec, Dvina/Daugava, and Dysna are all derived from the RIG VEDIC SANSKRIT root word “dānu”. These rivers, all named after the RIG VEDIC goddess Danu, seem to trace the gradual westward migration through eurofags of the Danava clan of Rig Vedic Indo-Aryans.

So where did the Danavas eventually end up?
According to irish & celtic mythology, these people are descended from a mother goddess – a river goddess – called Danu. The ancient (mythological) people of ireland are called the Tuatha Dé Danann (Old irish: “The peoples of the goddess Danu”).

Is there genetic evidence to support this story? As it turns out, there is. The R1a1a haplogroup is rare in ireland, at 2.5% of the population. This can be explained by the fact that ireland has suffered many invasions since the Bronze Age, which would have led to the gradual replacement of the R1a1a haplogroup with those of the various invaders.

Similarly indeed, Russian and SANSKRIT have a lot of similarities . Adin Dwa Tri Chitri Peyas Sheshtha…goes the Russian counting. Eka dwi tri chatur pancha shash…is the counting in SANSKRIT! Russians were well versed with BHARTIYA counting system, as is evident from the fact that Russian chemist and inventor, Dmitry Mendeleev, who gave the world the law of periodicity of elements and the famous Medeleev Periodic Table in 1856, used the prefixes of eka, dvi and tri in the naming of his predicted eight elements.

In ancient Russia and in BHARAT the cities were built as forts for defence against an enemy. Such cities were called gorod or grad in Russian and garh in SANSKRIT. Hence the names of cities – Leningrad (the city of Lenin), Peterograd (the city of Peter) and Bahadurgarh (the city of the brave). · The famous Russian ‘vodka’ derives its name from the SANSKRIT word ‘udaka’ meaning water. At the same time you see the pie is a fraud half dyk abstraction. Bhartiya languages on average 70% and SANSKRIT alone contributes to 90% lmao.

Btw this should not surprise us as Ancient Dharmic VISHNU idols have been found in Russian town .

Add to this , deities of slavs are very similar to current Hindus deities. 'Praboh' is Supreme for Slavs like 'PRABHU' in Hinduism. Hence we can clearly see the vast spread of Vedic Civilization in the ancient past. Probably it was spread across multiple continents ...
So sad after arrival of evil kalyugi religions dharmic religion became very weak.
 
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So sad after arrival of evil kalyugi religions dharmic religion became very weak.
From a pagan past that only us heathen hold.
From the far end of the world and of times untold.
I bring message to your mids of the ways of old.
Ways reluctantly abandoned if truth be told.
Ways abandoned for a scavenger of our souls.
Living on malicious lies, hiding in the holes.
Cruel and credible as any our tale of trolls.
Hold the heathen hammer highest of all your goals.

(From tyr hold the heathen hammer high song).
Me and my Dharmic bois just love to troll them at local chuch here after parking our cars during sunday at their gathering and blasting the shit out of our speakers kek.;)
 
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Pliocene horse skeleton in Tibet. The delusion of equus caballus import again BTFO :

Locomotive implication of a Pliocene three-toed horse skeleton from Tibet and its paleo-altimetry significance.
Four Millions Years ago in Tibet.....

Zanda horses in their habitat of the Tibetan Plateau.
The discovery of a well-preserved horse skeleton that lived 4.6 million years ago on the Tibetan plateau, north of the Bhartiya border of Himachal Pradesh is a great progress in the knowledge of the history of Tibet.

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The Zanda Basin is just north of the high Himalayan ridge crest. The Sutlej River has cut through to the basement, exposing the entire basin fill in a spectacular series of canyons and cliffs.
The horse skeleton was discovered in the eastern bank of the main wash of Daba Canyon west of the Zanda county seat and south of the Sutlej River.The skeleton of the Zanda horse preserved all limb bones, pelvis, and partial vertebrae, which provided an opportunity to reconstruct its locomotive function.

Like modern horses, which may stand erect for over 20 hours a day, even in their sleep, the Zanda horse could remain on its feet for long periods of time without fatigue. On the other hand, the forest three-toed horses, such as the eurofags hipparion primigenium, have an obviously smaller femur mtr than the Zanda horse. The Zanda horse has a strong keel, so it can better minimize the lateral movement of the foot articulation, thereby strengthening the anteroposterior movement more effectively. The locomotive function shows that the Zanda horse has the ability to run fast and stand persistently, which is beneficial only in open habitats, because close forests would encumber running.

See - https://www.horsetalk.co.nz/2012/04/25/ancient-horse-skeleton-offers-glimpse-into-tibetan-past/
See - https://www.pnas.org/content/109/19/7374
See - https://phys.org/news/2012-04-three-toed-horses-reveal-secret-tibetan.html
 
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Carbon Dating Shows Uttar Pradesh’s Sanauli Had Chariot-Riding Warriors In 4000 BCE :

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Folks , carbon dating tests have confirmed that Bharat's largest known necropolis in Uttar Pradesh’s Sanauli— where 126 burials have been discovered until now — is 4000 years old. The elaborate burials, which included underground chambers, decorated legged coffins and rice in pots buried with the bodies, belong to an indigenous warrior tribe which inhabited the region, according to the Archaeological Survey of India.Excavations in Sanauli, 68 km from Delhi in Uttar Pradesh’s Baghpat district paving the way for discovery of horse-drawn chariots, burials, four-legged wooden coffins, pottery, a copper antenna sword, war shields.

The burials bear similarity to Vedic rituals, said officials. “What is startling is the impressions of cloth found on bodies that suggests purification of bodies similar to what we practice in Hindu religion,” said Manjul.The joint director added that three chariots found at the site “have a fixed axle linked by a long pole to the small yoke” and were run by a pair of animals. “The size and shape of the chariots indicate they were pulled by horses. The axle, chassis and wheels show similarities to contemporary chariots,” he said.

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Vijay Kumar notes that the pottery found at the Sanauli site is of Ochre Coloured Pottery (OCP) culture.

The OCP is a 4000 BC to 2000 BC Bronze Age culture of the Indo-Gangetic plain. It was a contemporary neighbour of the Sindhu-SARASWATI civilisation.

OCP is an independent ceramic tradition different from mature Harappan pottery and eastern chalcolithic and Neolithic ceramic traditions.

Kumar notes that the OCP culture had a “local beginning” that would go back to 9,000-10,000 BC.

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See - http://www.ijarch.org/Admin/Articles/9-Note on Chariots.pdf

“The material found from excavations in western Uttar Pradesh shows potsherds with Harappan script. It indicates that between 2500 BC and 2000 BC, the people of Saraswati and Upper Ganga valley were using common script”

Kumar also notes that the OCP weapons can be seen all over BHARAT.

“It appears that they were importing copper and finished copper objects from all over BHARAT”.

“They imported copper from Himalayan zone, Rajasthan, Central India and Eastern India. They also imported ready-made vessels, weapons and other artefacts made of copper..from Harappans”

Also the burials at Sanauli bear similarity to Vedic rituals. Anthropomorphic figures on coffin indicate religious belief, and the gold, copper anthropomorphic figure associated with Vedic gods are also found.

Add to this even “The size and shape of the chariots indicate they were pulled by horses. The axle, chassis and wheels show similarities to the contemporary chariots,” Manjul said.

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“This clearly indicates that these horse riders and foot soldiers can be associated with the people of OCP culture. The horse riders wielding harpoons indicate that OCP people were using horse for their war machinery,” says Kumar.Other finds show that the OCP people were using the copper hoard battle axes, harpoons and antennae swords. He also notes that the chariots buried in Sanauli are “horse driven light chariots used in wars, sports and game”, and therefore, reinforce this conclusion. He also noted that the chariots were light and seems to be made for carrying two persons.

The weapons recovered from the Sanauli site also match with those drawn in these cave paintings.
 

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“The Indo European languages actually come from Sanskrit.”

None of that “steppy homeland” business in popular media also.
 

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Carbon Dating Shows Uttar Pradesh’s Sanauli Had Chariot-Riding Warriors In 4000 BCE :

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Folks , carbon dating tests have confirmed that Bharat's largest known necropolis in Uttar Pradesh’s Sanauli— where 126 burials have been discovered until now — is 4000 years old. The elaborate burials, which included underground chambers, decorated legged coffins and rice in pots buried with the bodies, belong to an indigenous warrior tribe which inhabited the region, according to the Archaeological Survey of India.Excavations in Sanauli, 68 km from Delhi in Uttar Pradesh’s Baghpat district paving the way for discovery of horse-drawn chariots, burials, four-legged wooden coffins, pottery, a copper antenna sword, war shields.

The burials bear similarity to Vedic rituals, said officials. “What is startling is the impressions of cloth found on bodies that suggests purification of bodies similar to what we practice in Hindu religion,” said Manjul.The joint director added that three chariots found at the site “have a fixed axle linked by a long pole to the small yoke” and were run by a pair of animals. “The size and shape of the chariots indicate they were pulled by horses. The axle, chassis and wheels show similarities to contemporary chariots,” he said.

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Vijay Kumar notes that the pottery found at the Sanauli site is of Ochre Coloured Pottery (OCP) culture.

The OCP is a 4000 BC to 2000 BC Bronze Age culture of the Indo-Gangetic plain. It was a contemporary neighbour of the Sindhu-SARASWATI civilisation.

OCP is an independent ceramic tradition different from mature Harappan pottery and eastern chalcolithic and Neolithic ceramic traditions.

Kumar notes that the OCP culture had a “local beginning” that would go back to 9,000-10,000 BC.

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See - http://www.ijarch.org/Admin/Articles/9-Note on Chariots.pdf

“The material found from excavations in western Uttar Pradesh shows potsherds with Harappan script. It indicates that between 2500 BC and 2000 BC, the people of Saraswati and Upper Ganga valley were using common script”

Kumar also notes that the OCP weapons can be seen all over BHARAT.

“It appears that they were importing copper and finished copper objects from all over BHARAT”.

“They imported copper from Himalayan zone, Rajasthan, Central India and Eastern India. They also imported ready-made vessels, weapons and other artefacts made of copper..from Harappans”

Also the burials at Sanauli bear similarity to Vedic rituals. Anthropomorphic figures on coffin indicate religious belief, and the gold, copper anthropomorphic figure associated with Vedic gods are also found.

Add to this even “The size and shape of the chariots indicate they were pulled by horses. The axle, chassis and wheels show similarities to the contemporary chariots,” Manjul said.

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“This clearly indicates that these horse riders and foot soldiers can be associated with the people of OCP culture. The horse riders wielding harpoons indicate that OCP people were using horse for their war machinery,” says Kumar.Other finds show that the OCP people were using the copper hoard battle axes, harpoons and antennae swords. He also notes that the chariots buried in Sanauli are “horse driven light chariots used in wars, sports and game”, and therefore, reinforce this conclusion. He also noted that the chariots were light and seems to be made for carrying two persons.

The weapons recovered from the Sanauli site also match with those drawn in these cave paintings.
And cultural continuity for 1000s of years
 
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𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐆𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐭 BHARTIYA 𝐭𝐫𝐚𝐝𝐢𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧 𝐨𝐟 𝐅𝐢𝐫𝐞 𝐰𝐨𝐫𝐬𝐡𝐢𝐩, 𝐬𝐭𝐢𝐥𝐥 𝐛𝐮𝐫𝐧𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐟𝐫𝐨𝐦 𝐌𝐚𝐭𝐮𝐫𝐞 𝐇𝐚𝐫𝐚𝐩𝐩𝐚𝐧 𝐞𝐫𝐚, 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝟒𝟓𝟎𝟎 𝐲𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐬 :

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Archaeological data from the Bhartiya Subcontinent shows very early presence of spoked wheel vehicles:

The map below (Via anthony) shows the distribution of words associated with wheeled vehicles among Indo-European Languages. Note , The complete set of words are only preserved by the Bhartiya and Iranians( Indo-Iranians). Not to forget is many parts of Iran belong to Greater Bharat.
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Which clearly hints on presence or even likely origin, of Wheeled Vehicles, in the vast Indo-Iranian area!. Spoked wheel* chariots, which were so crucial in Bronge Age, Iron Age battles / wars are said to be invented by the Indo-Iranians.

See how huge the expanse of the Arya languages once was!. With the Iranian branch reaching and controlling the Vast areas of Central Asia and also reaching Eastern europe neighboring balto slavs & others.

See - https://www.academia.edu/41275548/Invention_and_Development_of_Spoked_Wheel_A_Harappan_Perspective
 
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Spices, fruits and oils from BHARAT had reached the Mediterranean several centuries, in some cases even millennia (3000 years before present), earlier than had been previously thought. " This is first direct evidence to date of turmeric, banana and soy outside of South and East Asia.

Article also mentions interesting info : "Even if the extent to which spices, oils and fruits were imported is not yet known, there is much to indicate that trade was indeed taking place, since there is also other evidence of exotic spices in the Eastern Mediterranean—Pharaoh Ramses II was buried with peppercorns from BHARAT in 1213 bce . They were found in his nose.
See - https://phys.org/news/2020-12-food-south-asia-revealed-east.html

This one other research paper , mentions :

Chumash Bhartiyas were using highly worked shell beads as currency 2,000 years ago :

See - https://phys.org/news/2021-01-archaeologist-chumash-indians-highly-shell.html
 
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Here is fascinating map of all the places of ancient Bharat as mentioned in Mahabharat. This map is put on display in Purana Qila, which is the ancient Indraprastha of Mahabharat :
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And dhimmis retards whine Mahabharat is mythical...
 
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Folks, our aitfags delusions have already been screwed by the RIG VEDA,HARAPPAN ARCHAEOLOGY & SARASWATI hydrology. But here is the deadliest blow from genetics...

The haplogroup R1a-M417 has the HIGHEST diversity in BHARAT !!!!

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In a video lecture , renowned scientist Shri Gyaneshwar Choubey whos friend and fellow researcher along with Neeraj Rai (Head of Genetics of cell paper 2019)has revealed the broad conclusions of his upcoming paper.The implications of the results are HUGE. With modern samples from all over BHARAT, he has demolished the BIGGEST delusion of aitfags.

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R1a - z93 is Bhartiya Origin as already cleared in previous posts.

And this is just the beginning! Our foremost geneticists Neeraj Rai (head of genetics cell paper 2019)and Gyaneshwar Choubeyji are working on much more exciting & deeply significant studies. Follow them!Take the effort to read their publications!

Please watch the complete video here -
 

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