Was Assam ruled by a so called Dravidian dynasty before the Vermans

Nov 2012
3,847
#1
he Naraka and Danava dymasties were these the so called Dravidian, Aboriginal or were these Mongoloids or Indo Aryans(in the leftist sense). Was the modern Assam always consisting of Hindufied Mongolic race people or is there something else to this.
 
Sep 2017
1
London
#2
Not Dravidian dynasty

No, there was no Dravidian dynasty in Assam at any point of time. The British historians misinterpreted the Australoid group as Dravidians. There is genetic as well as linguistic proof of this claim.
These Australoid groups were the earliest settlers of India as well as Southeast Asia. They had migrated from Southeast Asia to India about 6000 years ago. Later after the arrival of mongoloids( around 4000 years ago), they mixed with the mongoloids to form the Ancient Assam dyansties. In the modern age, these Australoid genes are found in Khasis of Meghalaya and Keots of Assam mostly and in smaller numbers in the Bodo-Kachari groups like Bodos, Kacharis, Koch and Sutiyas of Assam.

The Dravidians arrived much later in Assam about 1000 years ago and are represented by the Dravidian Kaibartas (dooms) of Assam. Therefore, we don't find any Dravidian language in Assam as these Dravidian groups were already speaking Indo-aryan tongues when they arrived in Assam.
 
Apr 2019
1
Assam
#3
Not Dravidian dynasty

No, there was no Dravidian dynasty in Assam at any point of time. The British historians misinterpreted the Australoid group as Dravidians. There is genetic as well as linguistic proof of this claim.
These Australoid groups were the earliest settlers of India as well as Southeast Asia. They had migrated from Southeast Asia to India about 6000 years ago. Later after the arrival of mongoloids( around 4000 years ago), they mixed with the mongoloids to form the Ancient Assam dyansties. In the modern age, these Australoid genes are found in Khasis of Meghalaya and Keots of Assam mostly and in smaller numbers in the Bodo-Kachari groups like Bodos, Kacharis, Koch and Sutiyas of Assam.

The Dravidians arrived much later in Assam about 1000 years ago and are represented by the Dravidian Kaibarta of Assam. Therefore, we don't find any Dravidian language in Assam as these Dravidian groups were already speaking Indo-aryan tongues when they arrived in Assam.