Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Disintegration of Indus Valley Civilization

Just read an email forward with a source pointed to - Huge Ancient Civilization Collapse Explained

The researchers have claimed to work a step towards Solving the Mystry of Indus Valley Civilization and tracing the reasons of its disintegration.  The scientists detailed their findings online May 28 in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
I am not detailing the complete article here as it is a Copyright 2012 of LiveScience, a TechMediaNetwork company. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

It indeed is an Interesting Article, however the researchers are swaying away from the aspect of Aryan Attack on the Harappan Civilization around the same duration of 3900 to 3000 BC.  If we read Hindu Mythological books that have scientific knowledge buried in the depths of their verses, we would find the other aspect.  It is very interesting that during Harappan culture or what we say Indus Valley Civilization, the residents were always identified for the Stature that meets "Dravidian" clan's stature.  It was after the Aryan's started migrating they are said to disrupt the peace of the Indus Region and the community migrated not just to the East, but more towards the southern Part of Peninsula.  The overall description of various Clans - Dev, Manav, Gabdharv, Naga, vanar and danav can be well related to the various clans in the various region of India.

It is pretty interesting that the concept of Aakash, Dharati and Pataal came into the picture for the residence of Dev, Manav and Daanav.  Pretty interesting is the point that all these could travel between Aakash, Dharti and Pataal in their respective vehicles including aircrafts.  

I had done some sort of research and the above points are from that research. Let me work back into that case and will love to write a detailed Blog post regarding the same with interesting pointers. 

We all know sometimes the researchers and the Historians can mislead us.  The way they have already done in case of the Indian History!!!

Special Thanks to Freddie Desai to have forwarded me the Article.  He is a a regular reader of this Blog and an avid critic for me to help write better.

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