indoaryans

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    Sources for Indo-Aryans?

    I don't know a lot about Asian history, so this is probably a very basic question. I'm listening to a history course on CD, and it gives some details about Indo-Aryan life and culture in modern day India and Pakistan between 1500-1000 BC. The presenter says that at least some of the...
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    What if the ruling elite of Mittani were not Indo-Aryans?

    There are three main branches of Indo-Iranians: • Iranian • Indo-Aryan • Nuristani Proto-Indo-Aryan is said to have been spoken from 1500-1300 BC. This means that Proto-Indo-Iranian would have split into Proto-Indo-Aryan, Proto-Iranian, and Proto-Nuristani around that time...
  3. Rakshasa

    Indo-Aryans are not the only Caucasoids of India

    In fact, they do not even form the dominant Caucasian group in India. There are other Caucasian ethnicities in India who have migrated to India after the Nirvana of Buddha, such as: 1. Indo-Scythians - Jats mostly, also called Sakas. Their warlords Mihirkula was probably a Christian. 2...
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    Indo-Aryans and Semites

    If I understand current theory regarding the spread of the Indo-Aryan languages their original speakers spread out over all of Europe, through Persia and into India. Supposedly they did this from an area near the Caucacus Mountains. I am curious as to why they weren't able to penetrate into the...