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The Indus Aryans and Vedic Culture

Madhusudan Mishra (Author)
Synopsis The Indus language, originating on the banks of the river Sarasvati, before it was named as such, proceeding from the isolating stage, branched in V-shape at the agglutinative stage, one arm reaching the inflexional stage and the other dwarfed at the first knot splitting in two-fold ways, ultimately emerged as the socalled Aryan languages of the north, the Dravidian languages of the south, and the Munda languages of the center in India. The Aryan branch did not remain confined to India, but proceeded westward and reached Europe through Iran and Central Asia, branching as Centum and Satem groups. The chronology of the Vedic, Greek and Hittite languages has to be drastically reversed, pushing the Rigveda several millenniums earlier.
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About the author

Madhusudan Mishra

The author, Dr. Madhusudan Mishra (born 1964), passed his post-graduation in Sanskrit from Utkal University, Bhubaneswar (1985) securing the first class first position. A brilliant student throughout his career, he had his M.Phil (1987) and Ph.D. (1993) from the University of Poona. He also worked in the Vaidika Samshodhana Mandala, Pune, the premier Vedic Research Institute in India, in the Avesta and Kanva Samhita projects from 1987-1992. A regular contributor to the leading search journals, he continues to write on Puranic Mythology and traditional Archaeology, Indian Linguistics, Vedic literature and folk culture. He has already published three books and is presently engaged in his mega-project: Ganesa: Fictions and Facts.

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Title The Indus Aryans and Vedic Culture
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8175411570
length 152p.
Subjects History