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A Vedic Aryan Homeland in the Steppes? A Critique of the Kurgan Hypothesis
Archives, Indology

A Vedic Aryan Homeland in the Steppes? A Critique of the Kurgan Hypothesis

Akshay Shankar- July 4, 2020

While the mainstream Kurgan theory could explain initial Indo-European expansions into Europe from the Yamnaya culture through later cultures like corded ware and catacomb cultures, ... Read More

The surprising un-Indianness of BORI’s course on Indian heritage
Archives, Identity (Distortion & Appropriation)

The surprising un-Indianness of BORI’s course on Indian heritage

Omkar Sathe- June 30, 2020

BORI has great potential, and there is tremendous respect for their work. However, with great power comes great responsibility. BORI comes from a place of ... Read More

Resolving the Aryan Question: A Comprehensive presentation of Out of India Case – II
Archives, Indology

Resolving the Aryan Question: A Comprehensive presentation of Out of India Case – II

Shrikant Talageri- April 2, 2020

The beginnings of this new culture of the New Books of the Rigveda must go back at the very least to 2500 BCE and even ... Read More

Resolving the Aryan Question: A Comprehensive Presentation of Out of India Case – I
Archives, Indology

Resolving the Aryan Question: A Comprehensive Presentation of Out of India Case – I

Shrikant Talageri- April 1, 2020

The Pūru, and particularly the Bharata Pūru among them, are the "Vedic Aryans", composers of the Rigveda and speakers of the Vedic dialect. Read More