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Old December 27th, 2017, 11:40 PM   #21
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Aryans were Barley people and not Oats people. We still offer that to Agni, our messenger and priest of Gods.

अग्निमीळे पुरोहितं यज्ञस्य देवं रत्वीजम l होतारं रत्नधातमम ll
अग्निः पूर्वेभिर्र्षिभिरीड्यो नूतनैरुत l स देवानेह वक्षति ll

aghnimīḷe purohitaṃ yajñasya devaṃ ṛtvījam l hotāraṃ ratnadhātamam ll
aghniḥ pūrvebhirṛṣibhirīḍyo nūtanairuta l sa devāneha vakṣati ll

I Laud Agni, the chosen Priest, God, minister of sacrifice, The hotar, lavishest of wealth.
Worthy is Agni to be praised by living as by ancient seers, He shall bring hitherward the Gods.

Rig Veda: Rig-Veda Book 1: HYMN I. Agni. (Book 1, Hymn 1, Verse 1-2)
Original Arya could not possibly be barley people. They were milk people riding horses and chariots into which they put their women and children. They used fruits and certain vegetables in their diets. But not barley. Barley came to them with farming practices.
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Old December 27th, 2017, 11:44 PM   #22
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The earliest known Indo-Iranic speakers are people of Sintashta. Genetically, people of Sintashta are strikengly similar to Belarusians, Poles, Swedes. This has been proven by archaeologists, linguists, geneticists.

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The Sintashta culture, also known as the Sintashta-Petrovka culture[1] or Sintashta-Arkaim culture,[2] is a Bronze Age archaeological culture of the northern Eurasian steppe on the borders of Eastern Europe and Central Asia, dated to the period 2100–1800 BCE.[3] The culture is named after the Sintashta archaeological site, in Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia.


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Agni was also a minister? No frekkin wonder these days some ministers seem to think that they are Agni.
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Milk alone cannot fulfill the nutritional requirement. People started eating grains long time before that. Before agriculture came up, humans just cut and processed wild grass bearing pseudo-cereals. What we eat today is the product of breeding for thousands of years.

"Barley (Hordeum vulgare), a member of the grass family, is a major cereal grain grown in temperate climates globally. It was one of the first cultivated grains, particularly in Eurasia as early as 10,000 years ago."
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Milk alone cannot fulfill the nutritional requirement. People started eating grains long time before that. Before agriculture came up, humans just cut and processed wild grass bearing pseudo-cereals.
Roots & tubers wud hv been an obvious staple too, especially around the tropical regions. Yam, potato, tapioca (cassava) in all their varieties. They're all easy to grow. You just throw some all around your homestead, and you hv a self-sustaining, self-renewing supply of tasty carbs. No need for overly sophisticated cultivation either, like wud be required with grain.

And then you also get certain wild trees with fruits that look like vegetable, and can be taken raw as a salad, but when you boil them they become more like starch. You can do that with certain types of banana too.

Like this fruit here. We call it jering. You might hv it in southern India, I reckon. Kind of a large bean, I guess.

Boiled, to be eaten with grated coconut, as a snack
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The raw fruit
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If you want to know about the original cuisine cooked by northern European take a look at this video. The cold soup is cooked in summer in Belarus, Lithuania, certain regions of Poland.


The video is around 2 minutes long.






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The earliest known Indo-Iranic speakers are people of Sintashta. Genetically, people of Sintashta are strikengly similar to Belarusians, Poles, Swedes. This has been proven by archaeologists, linguists, geneticists.

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The Sintashta culture, also known as the Sintashta-Petrovka culture[1] or Sintashta-Arkaim culture,[2] is a Bronze Age archaeological culture of the northern Eurasian steppe on the borders of Eastern Europe and Central Asia, dated to the period 2100–1800 BCE.[3] The culture is named after the Sintashta archaeological site, in Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia.
Any possible link between Sintashta & Pelasgian?
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Depends on what era of history of Anatolia, I guess. Perhaps ancient Anatolians were a bit like your ancestors in Central Asia, a people invaded by Turkic people. Difference being, the ones having invaded your ancestors were relatively much vaster, in relation to the invaded population.

Plus also, the Turkic invasion of Anatolia only occurred relatively very recently, like about a thousand years ago.

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If you want to know about the original cuisine cooked by northern European take a look at this video. The cold soup is cooked in summer in Belarus, Lithuania, certain regions of Poland.
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Beetroot Pudding: Indian Recipes in Hindi | ??????? ?? ???? - Beetroot Halwa
Beetroot Curry: https://zaykarecipes.com/chukandar-k...ka-recipe.html, ??????? ?? ????? - Beetroot Fry Sabzi Recipe - Chukandar Ki Sabji Recipe, ?????? ?? ?????? - ?????? ?? ????????? ????? ????? ?? ????- 22 ????? 2014
Beetroot Chutney: https://lazizkhana.com/beetroot-chutney-recipe-hindi/
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Any possible link between Sintashta & Pelasgian?
Pelasgins were indigenous Greek. As I understand it, Ionians were 'Northern invaders'. I have tried to find about Indo-European entry in Greece but I am not satisfied with my research.
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