Hinduism,Cosmos ,Sanatan Dharma.Ancient Hinduism science.

India is India , not south north west east. Common evolutionary language- one root.

“Prakrit” is origin of modern language in India, and surrounding, Indo-Aryan, the Dravidian and the Munda languages.

In recent years studies have been made to correlate genetic background of populations with languages.

These studies have had some success in describing the spread of languages. It is significant that on many counts the vast majority of the Indian population, in North as well as South India, is classed as a single group.

The attested migrations of the Indo-Iranians into Europe explains the presence of several Dravidian features in the European languages.

From the Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, vol. 75, 1994, pp. 185-195.

Read more Commonality of Indian language by Dr. Subhash Kak, PhD.

Indian language are one – Dr Frawley, David

4 comments on “India is India , not south north west east. Common evolutionary language- one root.

  1. Sanatan Dharm and Hinduism
    December 10, 2017

    Reblogged this on GLOBAL HINDUISM.


  2. Tom Stratzi
    December 11, 2017

    May I suggest you remove the ‘falling snow flakes” effect from your background.
    It is very distracting for the mind and weakens ones eyes – especially older people.
    I recently sent your blog to a 75 year old researcher at Harvard who refused to read it because of the background movement that hurt his eyes.
    I agree too.
    Please consider changing to a more ‘ey-friendly’ – blue, green or white background.


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