2500 BC Rakhigarhi skeletons have no traces of ‘Aryan gene’, finds DNA study

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Let me make this easy to understand - You and the rest of anglosaxon, azkenazi jews races are jealous.
That's why we're all migrating to Asia in droves.

But seriously, there are some finds that are inexplicable without alien intervention.
 

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That's why we're all migrating to Asia in droves.

But seriously, there are some finds that are inexplicable without alien intervention.
You made your fortune in Asia, Paddy. It provided the capital, resources & market for your goods thus propelling the industrial revolution forward. It's awesome to see UK returning the favour by taking in large number of migrants especially from Muslim countries. Allah o Akbar!

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A very important point I have always maintained is that we need to rename Indus Valley civilization as Saraswati River Cicilization.
India continues search for Saraswati river

BR Mani, former director general of the National Museum, and a member of the standing committee of CABA, said that all the evidence that the Centre has gathered till now suggests that the Saraswati sites far outnumber the Indus sites. “The Indus Valley civilisation should be renamed Saraswati Valley civilisation because of the 3,000 sites along the area, only 1,200 have been found to be along the Indus. The rest are on the Saraswati river,” said Mani.
As DG of the National Museum, Mani spearheaded a year-long excavation along the river bed in Haryana’s Fatehabad. “Our findings were of potteries, which were proven to belong to as far back as 6000 BC,”said Mani. The ASI first started looking for the river in 2003 under the Vajpayee government.
 

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That's why we're all migrating to Asia in droves.

But seriously, there are some finds that are inexplicable without alien intervention.

Jealous of race history and lineage and scientific achievements (real science based on vedic quantum fractal understanding of the world, not your wrongly plagiarised buffoonery version). Knowing that they are the fraud race that came into prominance through faking things through monopolised intellectual institutions and looting things.
Sooner or later the west will reduce and their control on monopolized mainstream media and education will fall.
Then they can hide themselves in shame that the foundation (electronics, communication, nuclear sciences, quantum science, mathematics theorems) of all that they claim to have invented were rather shameless uncredited plagiarisation from the texts that they looted from India.
They can go on coming up with as many theories as they want in the meantime and we just enjoy the insecurity, but we will be the one to stand tall again in the end.
We are the authentic ones, you are the fraud.
That is what your intellectual are jealous about.
They somehow try to claim race lineage so that they can keep all the credit.
All this jumping after every swastika and aryan DNA in the west is subconscious acknowledgement that they are imposters and somehow trying to find evidence to prove otherwise to ensure their narrative succeeds.
Pathetic.
Indians by bringing up don't respect people who don't give credit to the original creators or achievers, because we are taught that it is bad karma, being ungrateful and the height of culturelessness (real culture is values by the way, not the way you dress up, if you didn't know).
And that is pretty much what we think of you. I pity those Indians who didn't have the privilage to learn real history, but for those who have, the only reason they don't strip you down (yet), is only because they pity you untill now and are generous. But seeing the repeated vulgur display of arrogance and shameless attempt to claim race lineage, you'll have a strip down sometime in the the future (I think before 20 years from now before Bharat celebrates the Booting Out Of Pirates (Independance Day as it is officially called) day again) Your arrogance and false sense of superiority and shamelessness can go on untill then. But you really need that shock therapy and shown your place in the order of things.
But then again, I might be wrong, because the anglor saxons are shameless by birth, they might just look the other way when the pants come down.
 

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Jealous of race history and lineage and scientific achievements (real science based on vedic quantum fractal understanding of the world, not your wrongly plagiarised buffoonery version). Knowing that they are the fraud race that came into prominance through faking things through monopolised intellectual institutions and looting things.
Sooner or later the west will reduce and their control on monopolized mainstream media and education will fall.
Then they can hide themselves in shame that the foundation (electronics, communication, nuclear sciences, quantum science, mathematics theorems) of all that they claim to have invented were rather shameless uncredited plagiarisation from the texts that they looted from India.
They can go on coming up with as many theories as they want in the meantime and we just enjoy the insecurity, but we will be the one to stand tall again in the end.
We are the authentic ones, you are the fraud.
That is what your intellectual are jealous about.
They somehow try to claim race lineage so that they can keep all the credit.
All this jumping after every swastika and aryan DNA in the west is subconscious acknowledgement that they are imposters and somehow trying to find evidence to prove otherwise to ensure their narrative succeeds.
Pathetic.
Indians by bringing up don't respect people who don't give credit to the original creators or achievers, because we are taught that it is bad karma, being ungrateful and the height of culturelessness (real culture is values by the way, not the way you dress up, if you didn't know).
And that is pretty much what we think of you. I pity those Indians who didn't have the privilage to learn real history, but for those who have, the only reason they don't strip you down (yet), is only because they pity you untill now and are generous. But seeing the repeated vulgur display of arrogance and shameless attempt to claim race lineage, you'll have a strip down sometime in the the future (I think before 20 years from now before Bharat celebrates the Booting Out Of Pirates (Independance Day as it is officially called) day again) Your arrogance and false sense of superiority and shamelessness can go on untill then. But you really need that shock therapy and shown your place in the order of things.
But then again, I might be wrong, because the anglor saxons are shameless by birth, they might just look the other way when the pants come down.
Wow, somebody got out the wrong side of the toilet this morning.
 

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@S.A.T.A, there are no arynas in the world. This is an imagination of Nazis and lapped up by idiots of the world. The word is RYA which means general population. The superior among the po;pulation are ARYA and inferior are ANARYA. Togther they are RYA. We have Arya Brahmins, we have Arya Kshatriyas and we have Arya Vaishya. Pls, pls, pls, pls come out of the stupidity of the western world and for once read your own ancient litrature. This word Arya does not find mention in any civilization or culture other than Indian till 19th century. WHILE it had existed in our ancient litrature for more than 8k years or more.

"RYA" is the root word for Sun. "SURYA" is the supreme Sun, which also represents our "Soul" in Vedic Astrology. "ARYA" the one who follows ""RYA" and "ANARYA" is what @vstol Jockey explained.
 

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"RYA" is the root word for Sun. "SURYA" is the supreme Sun, which also represents our "Soul" in Vedic Astrology. "ARYA" the one who follows ""RYA" and "ANARYA" is what @vstol Jockey explained.
Rya is a sanskrit word which is used to denote people who are in pursit of riches and are therefore common people. Arya in sanskrit means a wise and nobelman and Anarya is one who is neither. Arya is an out and out Sanskrit word. It appeared in european languages only in medieval times.
 

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Scientists reconstruct faces of Indus Valley people


A team of 15 scientists and academics applied craniofacial reconstruction (CFR) technique using computed tomography (CT) data of two of the Rakhigarhi skulls, to recreate their faces.

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In what can be considered as an achievement, scientists from the UK, Korea and India have successfully reconstructed the faces of two individuals from the Indus Valley Civilization generating an accurate facial representation of the people from the ancient times. The two individuals are from the 37 people who were found buried at the 4,500-year-old Rakhigarhi cemetery.


The feat was achieved by a team of 15 scientists from the UK, Korea, and India from six different institutes from the above-mentioned countries. The scientists have used computed tomography data of the two individuals to recreate their faces using the craniofacial reconstruction technique. The study of these scientists has been published in the Anatomical Science International journal.


“The report is very significant because till date we have had no idea about how Indus Valley people looked like. But now with this report, we got a very clear picture”, said Vasant Shinde who heads the Rakhigarhi archaeological project located in Haryana, as reported by Times of India.


So far, the Indus Valley cemeteries have not been investigated sufficiently creating difficulty in making the physical appearance. The anthropological data which was taken from the skeletons found at the site also falls short for an establishment of physical appearances.


The lack of advanced or developed arts from the Indus Valley civilisation also stands in between the representation of morphology of its population.


“The CFR technology generated faces of the two Rakhigarhi skulls, therefore, is a major breakthrough. By the 3-D video representation of the faces, the two individuals appeared to have caucasian features with hawk-shaped and Roman noses, said Shinde as reported by Times of India.


The report published in Anatomical Science International journal, however, has paid heed to draw any general conclusions.
 

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Who Were the Warriors of Sanauli, India’s Largest Burial Site That’s 4000 Years Old​

One day in 2005, Shriram Sharma, a farmer from Sanauli village Uttar Pradesh’s Baghpat district, was carrying about his day, and ploughing his field. Little did he know that what was otherwise part of his daily routine would lead to an accidental discovery of skeletons and copper pots, which would one day raise questions on ancient global history.

He alerted the local media about his discovery, and soon, a team from the Archeological Survey of India (ASI) had arrived at the scene, to begin digging deep into three bighas (0.40052356 acres) of Sharma’s land. The first round of excavations lasted for 13 months, during which they found chariots, coffins, pots, skeletons, what could arguably be the world’s oldest copper helmet, and more, tentatively dating back to 2000 BCE.

Interestingly, most wooden artefacts were layered with copper sheaths, inlays, and wires, which prevented them from decomposing for nearly 4,000 years. “In the area where we excavated furnaces, we suspect that the superstructure was made of wood. But the sediment is very difficult to work with, and to retrieve wood impression is particularly tricky. Thank God for the copper inlays and covering, which helped us identify the findings,” Disha Ahluwalia, who was appointed the site-in charge in February, tells The Better India.

The carbon dating tests confirmed that the burial site — where 125 burials were discovered — is 4,000 years old.

The most striking aspect of the excavation has been the discovery of three chariots, which bring up questions regarding the Aryan Invasion theory. The design and size of the chariot indicate they were horse-driven and were contemporary to the Mesopotamian and Sumerian culture. According to historians, the horses were brought from Central Asia by the invading Aryan army around 1500 BC. Besides, the Harappan civilisation had chariots driven by bulls.

The ASI carried two more rounds (in 2018 and 2019) of meticulous digging thereafter, bringing forth several intriguing theories and discoveries about the Sanauli burial site.

Needless to say, Sanauli has caught everyone’s attention, as these discoveries could be a major chapter piecing together history in this century. Discovery Plus recently released a 55-minute documentary called ‘Secrets of Sanauli — Discovery of the Century’, made by director Neeraj Pandey and compered by Manoj Bajpayee. It follows the archaeological findings and questions the western hegemonic narratives. The theories, history and language have been simplified by experts including Dr VN Prabhakar – IIT Gandhinagar, Dr BR Mani – National Museum, and so on.

Did Sanuali coexist with the Harappan civilisation?

The archaeologists found a slew of antiques such as chariots, a torch, an antenna sword, highly decorated coffins, and helmets. The astonishingly well-preserved remains are similar to those found in the late Harappan phase. However, the Orche-Coloured Pottery (OCP) and copper-coated items are reasons enough to dismiss that Sanauli was part of the late Harappan phase. Hence, it could be that Sanauli was another Chalcolithic culture that existed alongside Harappa.

“The 2005 excavations helped us discover pottery of different sizes, besides beads and other material that were similar to those used in the Harappan civilisation. However, a chariot near a coffin is not seen anywhere in the Harappan sites,” Dr Sanjay Kumar Manjul, director of the ASI’s Institute of Archaeology and in-charge of the excavation, told Outlook.

Further, the bricks found on the in-situ site are different as well, “The Harappan bricks are smaller than Sanauli, but excavators could not identify the alignment or make sense of the structure. This has left many questions unanswered,” says Disha.

Explaining the process of identifying the bricks and discovering a new element with Dr Manjul, she says, “After days of strenuous work, we noticed one brick in the structure was perfectly horizontal, and others which were falling. This one brick gave the impression that it is supported by some sort of structure or more bricks underneath. I decided to undercut the section and we found the fourth side of the collapsed wall. We understood that there are two layers to this structure, and that it’s not a platform, but instead a walled structure. What was interesting was that two sides of the structure had collapsed inwards, whereas the third wall that I found after undercutting the section was outwards. As the level of the base was the same as that of the burial pits, it suggested that this was a structure built in a pit, where the two sides that collapsed inwards were supported by the natural sediment and then the rest of the structure was above the ground with a wooden superstructure. We could see the heavy use of wood everywhere.”

Of royalty & warfare

In 2018’s digging, the ASI team unearthed other items that gave further insight into the culture of Sanauli including warfare and royal borough.

The fresh evidence, comprising eight burials, screams of evidence of an elite class. A decorated horn comb with a peacock motif, copper mirror, armlet made of agate beads, vases, and bowls are a few examples of this. One royal coffin had a decorated lid with eight anthropomorphic figures such as headgear, and pipal leaf. A copper armour shaped like a torso was another item. Besides, ceramic pots were found next to the coffins, suggesting the possibility of rituals that were performed before the person was buried.

The burials also hinted that the tribe consisted of warriors who used technologically advanced weaponry. For example, the antenna sword was placed in an upright position next to the skeletons of both, male and female (yes, women also may have fought wars as per Dr Manjul). Additionally, the swords have copper-covered hilts and medial ridge, which are sturdy enough for war.
The three chariots made of wood and covered with thick copper sheets also denote wars. Unlike the ones found in Harappan culture, these chariots were smaller in size with thinner carts. This means that they could accommodate a maximum of two people according to Dr Manjul. Hence, they weren’t used as carriers. The chariots are two-wheeled and are fixed on an axle. This was supposedly linked to the yoke of a pair of animals by a long rope.
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Helmets and shields further affirm the possibility. Interestingly, the ASI team believes that the helmet could be the world’s oldest. “If you see the documentary, the excavator says ‘helmet’ or ‘copper pot’. But earlier, the excavator suggested that it’s a copper helmet. We are yet to be sure. It could be the earliest, because if it is a helmet, then no other such object predates Sanauli. The ones in the West are of later dates. But in my opinion, we should conduct more analysis,” says Disha.
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Meanwhile, the shields had two gender-specific designs. The ones found next to women had steatite inlay work and men burials had ones with copper designs.
According to Dr Manjul, the ASI team had used modern and scientific techniques such as X-Ray, Handheld XRF, 3D scanning, CT scan and drone and Magnetometer surveys to analyse the startling findings. Both Dr Manjul as well as Disha reiterate that more studies will be conducted to unearth specific historic events and significance in future.