More than a thousand years before the foundation of Greece and Rome, proud and industrious Black men and women known as the Dravidians of the Kush Kingdom created a powerful civilization in the Indus Valley of India around 4,000 BC. The Indus Valley is in northwest India in what is now Pakistan. They became the African kings in India which was shared in the previous blog and drove the region’s commerce, culture, and belief systems. They were the Ethiopians of the ancient Cushite Empire…sometimes referred to as Nubia of the Kush Kingdom and/or of the Kush-Punt region of Ethiopia. They were also known as Puntites. People from this region were also named Nagamada, NagaNuda, or Naga. Dravidian is not considered a religion but a system of various beliefs.
The Yamuna & Ganges Rivers showing the migration to the Dekkan Plateau in the South of India. The City of Harapppa is at the top of the rivers in India.
The earliest mention of the Naga appear in the Ramayana and are mentioned in the Mahabbarata which described the Naga were in the Dekkan Plateau, the southern grasslands of India; however, this was after they migrated from the north to the south through other cities along the Yamuna and Ganges Rivers as early as 1300 BC. The Dravidian classic, the Chilappathikarm, clearly states that the first great kingdom of India was Nagamada.
The Puntites were the greatest sailors of the ancient world. Dravidian literature dating back to 500 BC shares information about them. The Aryans describe the Naga as “half man and half snake”. They were known as warlike people who used the bow and noose. The first God of India was a “dreadlocked” Black man called Shiva. Modern Dravidian Indians bear the close similarity to East Africans.
Art found at the Harappan Excavation Site
After Ethiopian Africans came to India, the Harappan Civilization followed and brought their culture with them. There was a DNA study of a woman who lived in a Harappan site 4,600 years ago. This site in India that was excavated in the 1920s was also known as the Indus Excavation. The cells of DNA came from the Harappan study and matches the excavated material discovered at the site of Shahr-j-Sokhta which dated to the period of 2700-2300 BC. The city had trading routes that connected Mesopotamia and Iran with the Central Asian and Indian civilizations and as far away as China.
The Dravidians and Harappans came to North India before the Aryans and later they all migrated to South India due to a climate change disaster caused by a drought. There was a city named Harappa which was named for the Harappan culture. These cultures began using clarified butter, also known as “ghee” before the rest of the world. The Dravidians taught the Aryans about city life, and the Aryans taught the Dravidians their culture of Sanskrit. The merging of these cultures became a complex new Indian culture.
The Iron Age was dated between 1200 BC and 600 BC, and it began with the clank and clatter of the blacksmith’s anvil. The Aryans or Kuru Kingdom arrived in India around 2000 BC and 1500 BC. It is the period of the origin of Sanskrit and Vedism in India.
The Hindu religion is based on the Vedas. The Aryan language is close to Vedic Sanskrit. The Vedas were composed in Sanskrit and define the Hindu religion. Veda means “knowledge and wisdom” which is defined as “to know” from the Proto-Indo-Euro root…the root of all languages. The surviving Vedas may be the ones written in the 16th Century AD. The transmission of the knowledge of four of the Vedas was accomplished orally until 500 BC when it was written. In one of the lessons this author was taught by Spirit, it was shared that we should “learn, understand, know, and then teach”.
“Ari” is from the Sanskrit language and way of life. Ari means faithful, devoted, and kind people. They came from European Germanic or Nordic people who wandered or migrated through India and Iran and into what is now North America. However, before this they also wandered to Europe from other lands (it has been stated they lived in Atlantis and left that land before people began experiments). They came to North America before the American Indian…leaving their Aryan legacy. Along the way through India and Iran, some established a home in Iran and are the Indo-Iranian people. However, Peruvian people also wandered North and South, up and down, up and down over years, from Peru to land that is now Western America.
There were Aryan tablets found in Iran detailed with flowers and vines. They were described in symbols meaning:
Oh Man, where is our crown, From eternity it passes on, Where is your soul, but from the infinite it grew, Forever and forever, If it but select to you.
-From the volumes of “The Life and Teachings of the Masters of the Far East” by Baird T. Spalding. The tablets have been moved from Persia (now Iran) to Tibet for safe keeping.
Language scholars do not agree on the origin of the Indus Script. Linguist Asko Parpola proclaimed that the Indus Script and Harappan language are “most likely” to have belonged to the Dravidian family of languages; however, a person cannot make something true by stating that it is”most likely”.
As stated in this author’s treatise “The Larger Spiritual Order & Universal Scheme of Things-Simplified”, Aryans used Sanskrit in all their writings, and it is my innate belief that they were the authors of Sanskrit and not the Dravidians. The Dravidians learned the Aryan language. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dravidian_languages/
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