Scientists reconstruct faces of Indus Valley people

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I am amazed that no one points this out:

Old world civilizations like Egypt and Mesopotamia worshiped wide range of God's linked to Sun Wind Thunder etc.

These were in no way creation of Nomadic people from steppe. Highly likely similar God's were worshiped in Harappa too.
 

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Old news but may be forgotten



Leather straps on the statue indicate that it was carried as a talisman by merchant traders. Historians hypothesize that the Buddha was carried over thousand of miles, up and down the rivers and steppes of Eurasia, before arriving on the mantlepiece of a Viking home in Sweden, perhaps after two or three hundred years of travel.


Dated to 6th century AD
 

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From shoebil stork

SWAT samples - Anatolian type ancestry
Indo-Aryan speakers - absent
BMAC/CA/Post IranN Iran has it.

SWAT samples too little steppe to explain modern levels.

Lack of eastern component in Indo-Aryan speakers puts a question mark over ancestry contribution by Scythians-Kushanas-Huns.

What to make of it?
 

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DFI'ians does anyone know if TrueIndology has plans to or has made any attempts at a comeback. That guy/gal was a one-man-army at destroying the lies of our marxshit historians. TrueIndology was supposed to launch a Youtube channel, but all we have is a wordpress site created by one of they fans archiving old tweets.

PS: In light of this AIT v/s OOI debate, this would be a good time for TI to reincarnate.
 

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DFI'ians does anyone know if TrueIndology has plans to or has made any attempts at a comeback. That guy/gal was a one-man-army at destroying the lies of our marxshit historians. TrueIndology was supposed to launch a Youtube channel, but all we have is a wordpress site created by one of they fans archiving old tweets.

PS: In light of this AIT v/s OOI debate, this would be a good time for TI to reincarnate.
He is already back as Bharadwaj Speaks
 

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Another lie busted



This study illuminates in detail the origins of the Bronze Age human populations in the Dzungarian and Tarim basins of Xinjiang. Notably, our results support no hypothesis involving substantial human migration from steppe or mountain agropastoralists for the origin of the Bronze Age Tarim mummies, but rather we find that the Tarim mummies represent a culturally cosmopolitan but genetically isolated autochthonous population. This finding is consistent with earlier arguments that the IAMC served as a geographic corridor and vector for regional cultural interaction that connected disparate populations from the fourth to the second millennium BC (refs. 24,25). While the arrival and admixture of Afanasievo populations in the Dzungarian Basin of northern Xinjiang around 3000 BC may have plausibly introduced Indo-European languages to the region, the material culture and genetic profile of the Tarim mummies from around 2100 BC onwards call into question simplistic assumptions about the link between genetics, culture and language and leave unanswered the question of whether the Bronze Age Tarim populations spoke a form of proto-Tocharian. Future archaeological and palaeogenomic research on subsequent Tarim Basin populations—and most importantly, studies of the sites and periods where first millennium AD Tocharian texts have been recovered—are necessary to understand the later population history of the Tarim Basin. Finally, the palaeogenomic characterization of the Tarim mummies has unexpectedly revealed one of the few known Holocene-era genetic descendant populations of the once widespread Pleistocene ANE ancestry profile. The Tarim mummy genomes thus provide a critical reference point for genetically modelling Holocene-era populations and reconstructing the population history of Asia.
 

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Natural Selection at work

My Shins Forearms and Head are couple of shades darker than my Chest Belly and Shoulders.

Just think about our ancient tropical ancestors who were barely clothed and had to spend hours and hours under direct Sun tilling fields or shepherding their cattle.

It will not be long when our cloths will lead us to state/Natural selection where we would be pretty close to zebra 😂
 

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Any idea as to how Vedic word Nakt for night changed to classical Sanskrit word ratri?

This seems like a too drastic a change for me that too in what would be considered a same language.
 

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Have anyone ever met a person belonging to Ror caste? Them and Jats have the highest steppe ancestry and comparable to North Europeans yet Jats don't look Nordic.

Rors I haven't come across.
 

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Another lie busted



This study illuminates in detail the origins of the Bronze Age human populations in the Dzungarian and Tarim basins of Xinjiang. Notably, our results support no hypothesis involving substantial human migration from steppe or mountain agropastoralists for the origin of the Bronze Age Tarim mummies, but rather we find that the Tarim mummies represent a culturally cosmopolitan but genetically isolated autochthonous population. This finding is consistent with earlier arguments that the IAMC served as a geographic corridor and vector for regional cultural interaction that connected disparate populations from the fourth to the second millennium BC (refs. 24,25). While the arrival and admixture of Afanasievo populations in the Dzungarian Basin of northern Xinjiang around 3000 BC may have plausibly introduced Indo-European languages to the region, the material culture and genetic profile of the Tarim mummies from around 2100 BC onwards call into question simplistic assumptions about the link between genetics, culture and language and leave unanswered the question of whether the Bronze Age Tarim populations spoke a form of proto-Tocharian. Future archaeological and palaeogenomic research on subsequent Tarim Basin populations—and most importantly, studies of the sites and periods where first millennium AD Tocharian texts have been recovered—are necessary to understand the later population history of the Tarim Basin. Finally, the palaeogenomic characterization of the Tarim mummies has unexpectedly revealed one of the few known Holocene-era genetic descendant populations of the once widespread Pleistocene ANE ancestry profile. The Tarim mummy genomes thus provide a critical reference point for genetically modelling Holocene-era populations and reconstructing the population history of Asia.
Ice age people from pre 10000bce and genetically isolated group like Andamanese and Kalash.

It's funny some people claimed their presence to be a proof of blond white Aryan race but guess what these guys genetically predate them by whooping 8000 years

😂😂😂
 

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Between the years 1500 and 1660, up to 80,000 suspected witches were put to death in Europe. Around 80 percent of them were women thought to be in cahoots with the Devil and filled with lust. Germany had the highest witchcraft execution rate, while Ireland had the lowest.


How many cases of Sati?
Barely 500-1000.
 

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2100bce-1700bce

Tarim Mummies culture.
Hypothesized to be Proto-Tocharian
Scientific data - Descent from Ice Age Europeans

Another nail in the Kurgan hypothesis/Theory.
 

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Between the years 1500 and 1660, up to 80,000 suspected witches were put to death in Europe. Around 80 percent of them were women thought to be in cahoots with the Devil and filled with lust. Germany had the highest witchcraft execution rate, while Ireland had the lowest.


How many cases of Sati?
Barely 500-1000.
Sati is a propaganda by mlecchas to hide their witch hunting crimes and to blame us.
 

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