Rigveda on Conquest of India by Vedic Aryans.

Mar 2019
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KL
#71
yes,

archaeologically the properties of indus valley civilization reappear in the second urbanisation. the pottery culture for instance painted grey ware, black northern polished ware, black and red ware are considered local and not imported foreign pottery culture.

it is argued that painted grey ware represent nomadic or agriculturalist or non urban migrant aryan culture but we do see this pottery in the early urban phase, we also see this pottey in the indus period as far back as 2000 BC

if it needs to be proven that there was any foreign intrusion, it would be justified using foreign material culture and not local culture.

the linguistics can only be proven using indus inscription which is still undeciphered.

but considering that, the previous notions of aryan intrusion using materia culture has been severely challenged based on new archaeological evidences for instance, previously it was consdiered that aryans brought iron working, but based on modern archaeological finds, iron working may have begun in the indus civilization period itself with mass scale production beginning in 1400 BC. Another notion is urbanization which is dated very late to 600 BC, but new evidences do indicate them to begin between 1200-1000 BC, NBPW which is a sign of urbanization has been now dated from 1200 BC.

the kikata evidence from the rigvedas also prove that aryans knew of the eastern territories so it was actually not confined to the indus area and these were other religions in india which were not aryan but not considered alien to the aryans or declared mlecchas/foreigners/strangers.

there are even some art depictions form the indus showing indra like figure, which match with the indra like statues from the mauryan periods. the coins obtained from Kausambi and dated to 9th century BC also shows remarkable continuity with the indus period seal symbolism and representations.

from mitanni texts alone we can see the elements of prakrit which is generally considered as an innovation which happened after old indo aryan/sanskrit appeared in india after a long time, presence of middle indo aryan characteristics already during the 'migration period'' itself debunks the migration notion, now there are also sanskrit texts found from Assam/kamarupa region which also shows this anamoly, although prakrit is not attested in kmarupa from the early 4th century AD period, its texts do indicate prakrit presence, due to the vernacular use of prakrit in that era, so it can be concluded that prakrit already existd during mitanni 1500 BC period as well which totally debunks migration period of 1500 BC.

some scholars such as BB Lal, Sanjay Manjul have dated copper plate inscription of an anthropomoprhic boar to 15th century BC as well or atleast end of second mil BC

regards
 
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Jan 2019
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I am not referring to outside of Historum. He's a banned user with previous accounts on this site. You can find previous threads of his similar to this in content and language:

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Literally the exact same topic pushing the same agenda with the same style from multiple banned accounts.
 
May 2019
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I am not referring to outside of Historum. He's a banned user with previous accounts on this site. You can find previous threads of his similar to this in content and language:

Story of Vishvamitra in Rigveda and Purana?

Solving the origin Mystery of Vishvamitra and Kaushika clans.

Kaushikas and Bhargavas, separate Indo-Aryan Clans from Vedics.

Literally the exact same topic pushing the same agenda with the same style from multiple banned accounts.
Challenging mods decision publicly I see..

It's a history forum of course people are gonna talk about Great historical people and wars of India.

Next thing you will say that I am rajeev as well considering he posts regularly on these kind of threads and he is the one who invited me to one of those threads yesterday.

Let's see what mods say, if I am not the same guy I request mods to take hard action against you for posting under tomarrajput, Ashoka maurya and this 3rd sock account.
 
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Naomasa298

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Apr 2010
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I am not referring to outside of Historum. He's a banned user with previous accounts on this site. You can find previous threads of his similar to this in content and language:

Story of Vishvamitra in Rigveda and Purana?

Solving the origin Mystery of Vishvamitra and Kaushika clans.

Kaushikas and Bhargavas, separate Indo-Aryan Clans from Vedics.

Literally the exact same topic pushing the same agenda with the same style from multiple banned accounts.
The next time you suspect a multi-account, you report it instead of making accusations in public.
 
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