Aryan Invasion Theory

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Forget Manusmriti. We have differing versions of Ramayana and Mahabharata itself. Though not as significant. There are critical editions but I don't see the traditional guys using them. This was the case for bible and quran too though they are using standard versions now though.
 

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Several Kassite leaders and deities bore Indo-European names, and it is possible that they were dominated by an Indo-European elite similar to the Mitanni, who ruled over the Hurro-Urartian-speaking Hurrians of Asia Minor.
They were not Indoeuropean names. They were SANSKRIT dialect names. Coomers label SANSKRIT dialects sounding names as indoeuropan names to fill the larp of eurfags identity crises. There was a kassite dynasty in Mesopotamia before mittani. BHARAT had vast trade relations with mesopotamians (trade relations at such large scale are not teneble without people to people contacts).Although the kassites vanished from the scene by the close of the 2000bce or so, BHARTIYA groups remained in the general area for centuries sustaining their culture by links through trade. Clearly Bhartiya were present there. The ugaritic list 33 gods just like the count of Vedic Devtas. Thus sargon defeats one Bagdatti of Uisdis in 716 bce. The name Bagdatti (SANSKRIT "Bhagadatta") is BHARTIYA and it cannot be Iranian because of the double ‘t’. In fact, the Vedic memories appearing in the Mitanni texts were already remote, with only four Vedic Devtas mentioned amid a long list of non-Vedic Devtas. Clearly all of mittani language was middle-late Rigveda. Linguistically assimilated kassites preserved some purely Vedic names as Shuriash, Maruttash, Inda-Bugash, i.e. Surya, Marut, Indra-Bhaga Bhaga meaning effectively 'god' (not abrahamic god), slavic bog , Bhartiya BHAGWAAN.
 

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They were not Indoeuropean names. They were SANSKRIT dialect names. Coomers label SANSKRIT dialects sounding names as indoeuropan names to fill the larp of eurfags identity crises. There was a kassite dynasty in Mesopotamia before mittani. BHARAT had vast trade relations with mesopotamians (trade relations at such large scale are not teneble without people to people contacts).Although the kassites vanished from the scene by the close of the 2000bce or so, BHARTIYA groups remained in the general area for centuries sustaining their culture by links through trade. Clearly Bhartiya were present there. The ugaritic list 33 gods just like the count of Vedic Devtas. Thus sargon defeats one Bagdatti of Uisdis in 716 bce. The name Bagdatti (SANSKRIT "Bhagadatta") is BHARTIYA and it cannot be Iranian because of the double ‘t’. In fact, the Vedic memories appearing in the Mitanni texts were already remote, with only four Vedic Devtas mentioned amid a long list of non-Vedic Devtas. Clearly all of mittani language was middle-late Rigveda. Linguistically assimilated kassites preserved some purely Vedic names as Shuriash, Maruttash, Inda-Bugash, i.e. Surya, Marut, Indra-Bhaga Bhaga meaning effectively 'god' (not abrahamic god), slavic bog , Bhartiya BHAGWAAN.
Exactly! I hate it when they say its indo-European when it's clear as a daylight that they were sanskritic. Kassities+Mitannis and you have 7 of the prime Rig Vedic deities in Mesopotamia around 1900-1800bce.
 

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Forget Manusmriti. We have differing versions of Ramayana and Mahabharata itself. Though not as significant. There are critical editions but I don't see the traditional guys using them. This was the case for bible and quran too though they are using standard versions now though.
Manusmriti responsible for achoot thingy is larp.

Yeh dekhlo bc dalit practicing untouchability against themselves.

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Fyi this brothelwood has fried women brains.
BTW as per this new Armenian/Iranian hypothesis they aren't sure when and through which route Indo-Iranian entered India.

But as per Narsimanh around 6000bce this CHG like IranN ancestry entered North West India. But contrary to this Reich in many video's is claiming II entered through steppe route post 2000bce.

These guys are so confused.
What do you make of it?
 

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BTW as per this new Armenian/Iranian hypothesis they aren't sure when and through which route Indo-Iranian entered India.

But as per Narsimanh around 6000bce this CHG like IranN ancestry entered North West India. But contrary to this Reich in many video's is claiming II entered through steppe route post 2000bce.

These guys are so confused.
What do you make of it?
You already know how avestan was created from VEDA ki Bhrigu Agnirasa Samihta.
Only the last known Veda : ATHARVA VEDA is contemporaneous with Avesta.:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
See there are 2 types of Indologists who have published works on Itihas of BHARAT.
The first is those authors who have based their writings on archaeological and or genetic evidence and act as objective. These include names as Richard Meadow, Jean F Jarrige, Gregory Possehl, Kenneth Kennedy, Bridget Allchin, Jonathan Kenoyer (Most famous SINDHU SARASVATI archaeologiest I consider him only next to BB LAL and NICHOLAS KAZANAS other being KOENRAAD) , Lorenzo Costantini , Sandor Bokonyi, Paul Rissman , David Harris , C . Petrie , Peter Underhill, Stephen Oppenheimer , M.Mele etc etc etc. Also that littaeur and crauwel to some extent.

Then there is shitlectual masturbationists who do not follow evidence but create larps and fantasy flingings out of their own fried meth ridden brains on the basis of pre existing prejudices about BHARAT's magnificient Itihas. Coomers take help of spurious citations. Wild non existent hypotheses followed with next hypotheses followed by next hypotheses everytime they get stuck to keep the chooran running. In this category you can put coomer davidreich, fuller, kavita gangal, asko poopola, that wendy run d etc.
 

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It is well known that communities of speakers of a common language, say Gujarati, will share some similar genes because of blood relationships.
Multiple studies have shown us this is true.

Gujaratis form a distinct cluster. 100% bootstrap support for a Gujarati grouping:

"Cultural/Anthropological Gujarat is racially/radically a homogeneous area" (The Journal of the Anthropological Society of Bombay, 1966; Journal - Volume 12, Issue 1 - Page 44, Anthropological Society of Bombay, 1966; Dhirendra Nath Majumdar, Race Realities in Cultural Gujarat, 1950; All India Anthropometric Survey, North Zone: Gujarat, 1988).

Studies have been done where the lower and upper castes of one state are genetically more similar to each other than upper-castes across two different states (Gupta 2001). The Census of India declares that among Gujaratis, there are "definite associations between the Nagar and the Audich Brahmins, the Nagar Brahmins and the Brahma-Kshatri, and the Kathis and the Bania-Jains. Associations are also found between the Audich Brahmins and the Brahma-Kshatri, and between the Audich Brahmins, and the Kunbi-Patidars and the Kathis. The Kunbi-Pattidars however do not show any association with any other caste." (Census of India, 1931, Volume 1, Issue 3. PAGE XXVII)


 
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Rig Veda could possibly end up as a pre Harappan.

Proto-Indo-European genesis is now dated to 11kbp. With 2 migration models one of them being the steppe route but a highly unlikely one.
 

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An interesting pointer that I am getting through my understanding of various posts is that this Iran Neolithic like ancestry that contributed to Yamnaya both genetically and linguistically was Female driven.
 

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An interesting pointer that I am getting through my understanding of various posts is that this Iran Neolithic like ancestry that contributed to Yamnaya both genetically and linguistically was Female driven.
That is thought to be CHG related not IranN related.
 

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