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The Mystery of the Chinese Dragon

Paramesh Choudhury (Author)
Synopsis This book is extraordinary in the sense that it throws new light on Sino-Indian relationship. In fact, this is a discovery. India was very much present in China some three thousand years before Buddhism was introduced. Scholars hardly dare say so. The Chinese believe that the Dragon is their progenitor and this Dragon was Budha, the Indian Dragon, the progenitor of the Yadu race (the race of Sri Krishna) or the Scythians who after the Mahabharata War and the submergence of Dwarka under the sea marched towards Central Asia and from their to China to colonise the land (2700 B.C.) Then another wave of Indian migrants, the Chins entered China at about 1100 B.C. from North East India. The first emperor of China who gave birth to the Chinese nation belonged to this group. The Chinese are not Mongoloids. They are an amalgamation of four groups of Asian people. They have neither the yellow skin nor the Mongolian eyes. They have black hair. Dr. Shikorogoroff asserts that the Chinese are not the ‘Mongol Race’ because this does not exist. According to genetic scientists to group mankind into different races is most unscientific.
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Bibliographic information

Title The Mystery of the Chinese Dragon
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Sagnik Books
Language: English
isbn 8190192515
length 288p., Notes; References; Index; 23cm.