What happened in India before the Aryan invasion? Did the Indians look different back then, or was the Aryans a very small minority that did not influence much?
the Aryans were the conquering nordic races that subjugated the more beast-like races of the Indian peninsula. They did not exterminate all the scum, but instead installed a caste system. Even today the Hindu brahmins are much whiter, almost European looking, when in contrast to those castes that collect shit, trash and feces etc.
>the Aryans were the conquering nordic races that subjugated the more beast-like races of the Indian peninsula.
This board has gone to the shitters..
They were dravidians, which still live in India today. As far as I know they were creators of indus culture, which was latter adopted by the indo-Iranian people, in the same way that indo-Iranian people adopted the culture and conventions of the Babylonians/Assyrians after the it was conquered by the medes
You have to remember that the Iranian/aryan tribes were a lot like the Mongolians or other steppe tribes before they settled in adopted civilization
It was a long period of migration over time, the IVC died out, if you can call it that because the bloody river dried up.
they just moved east and set up similar cities in the doab and the gangetic plains instead.
Could you be any more obvious that you visit reddit?
Oh in that case I have it on High Authority from WS Burroughs transmigratory investigations that Red Haired Albino Skinned hanging suicide sex cultists in seven great central asian cities settled India through reincarnation by orgasm at the moment of death.
are you guys sure you aren't thinking of the andaman islanders? the islands fall under india but the people are very distinct from the rest of the country and even the rest of the world, and probably the only peoples in that area which were not touched by the aryan invasion. i'm pretty sure even south indians have small bits of aryan DNA
You do realized that the Indu valley civilization, which existed prior to the arrive of the Vedic-Aryan invaders in Pakistan and north west Indian was among the most advances on the planet for its time?
They had sewers, toilets and pulic baths, and the urban planning was pretty impressive too.
what part of southern india are you talking about?
>roomie is South indian and he says its unique
well of course south india is unique.
they speak different languages, and belong to different cultural groups.
its more like europe than burgerland.