It turns out there’s an interesting movement afoot in India. There seems to be many who are discovering that India’s history is mostly an edited and over simplified version dictated by the various colonists who’ve had great success dominating a culture of hindu buddists who’s non materialist lifestyle has made them an easy target in the past. The bias of the history, that still exists today in school history books in India 70 years after their independence is described by an ancient African saying:
“Until the lions have their own story tellers, the history of the hunt will always glorify the hunter”
One of the most high profile individuals of this movement is Sanjiv Sanyal, the Principal Economic Adviser in the Ministry of Finance, for the Government of India. His talks are revealing, factually based and supported, and present the case for an unreliably ‘broken telephone’ interpretation of past events, nearly all of which have been shoe horned into very limited span of time in India’s past.
I was very interested in some of the Youtubes you linked in your posts about India’s megalithic works, and one person in particular seemed to come up often. His name was Nilesh Nilkanth Oak. One of the most interesting talks he does is about the multidisciplinary evidence for new theories about more accurate dating of certain events listed in Vedic texts, (specifically the Mahabharata text events), that demonstrates that India’s civilization goes back nearly unbroken conservatively over 17,000 years. Among the various listed evidences the he discusses are the following :
1. Chronology evidence, (Mahabharata text)
2. River Sarasvati, (textual evidence of epics)
3. River Sarasvati, (hydrology, geology evidence)
4. River Sarasvati, (climatology evidence)
5. River Sarasvati, (relative chronology of Rigveda – evidence)
6. Geneologies of King & Sages, (Epics & Rigveda – evidence)
7. Dwarka, (oceanography evidence)
8. Dwarka, (seismology evidence)
9. Calender updates, (Surya – siddhanta evidence)
10. Ancient events: non-epic events, (epic evidence)
11. Biological discontinuities, (craniometrics & cranial non-metrics)
12. Archaeology, paleontology, genetics, domestication of grains & animals, etc.
He presents a very interesting case using all modern updated evidence establishing links to much older dating, as compared to old colonial sourcing that is considerably scrutinized and questioned in light of what this exploration is now revealing. Here is the link to that discussion:
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