How about epigraphical evidence or even archeological?Got some source? Or FBI bombed the towers? What kind of theories are you putting across?
You mean a Gujarati is not an Indian? Your last sentence would need a wholesale re-writing of world history.
You better keep to Rors.
Prove Alexander's battle on Jhelum for real
That's all I'm asking for
I've read the Greek accounts used by the British to reconstruct the whole thing and they seem so filled with mythology that the very primary sources look doubtful.
I'll give you examples, they say he reached some place even Herakles failed to, the very reference to Porus (Puru, the ancient companion of Kuru etc) appears mythical
As said, till I don't see epigraphical or archeological evidence, I reject the idea that such a campaign reached present day Pakistan
Iran, I'd say yes, as we have some sort of archeological evidence as they say he destroyed Persepolis (although, even that could be the result of a local Indo-Iranian conflict)
So, prove it for real instead of relying on Greek accounts or folktales and modern writings based off those sources
@Aupmanyav - World history is not affected by this as reaching Alexandria and even Persepolis in Western Iran from Macedonia seems more plausible for those times but Indian and Pakistani history may need correction if there is zero archeological proof of this episode. We already have evidence to negate a lot of ancestral relationships the colonial era historians proposed, for instance, between Kalash and Greeks, Swatis and Greeks, most hilariously even Gujjars and Greeks
All of these can be rejected on the basis of whatever we know of these tribes from a science we don't discuss here