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    Indians are a people who are always a bit confused about their identity as “Indians” – maybe because the nation itself is a relatively recent construct not ignoring the mythical “Bharata” and the region

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    India has had a weird relationship with its history prior to Mauryan empire History by its nature is imprecise but in this case confusion is compounded by the fact that Harappan script remains undeciphered and there are very few archaeological remains of Vedic society The confusion has only been furthered by i

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    Everyone in our subcontinent Pakistanis Indians Bangladeshis please read EARLY INDIANS by Tony Joseph Understan

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    As India enters the third decade of the twenty first century one would presume that modern science would form t

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    Tony Joseph’s new book “Early Indians The Story of Our Ancestors and Where We Came From” attempts to sell the colonial Aryan Invasion Theory's insidious 21st century version the Aryan Migration Myth on the basis of racist Hinduphobic Harvard geneticist David Reich’s thoroughly discredited researchThe legendary Russian archaeologist

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    There is an image of the famous dancing girl of Harappa on the cover of this book as a nod perhaps to common knowledge that Early Indians for most of us refers to the Harappan Civilization Then we are told came the Aryans who somehow settled peacefully or not with the Harappans Think of it have you ever asked yourself where did the Harappan

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    The whole book was based on the Aryan Invasion theory It is good to note that there is some evidence which debunks this theory Rakhigarhi DNA study uestions Aryan invasion theory claims the authorThe findings are b

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    After Rakhigarhi study this book is very outdated now In his book he claimed there is decisive proof that Vedic Aryas were

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    Two terms that refer to linguistic groups are widely misunderstood in India and taken to be racial denominators that split the country into two demographic zones in the north and the south We know them as ‘Aryan’ and ‘Dravidian’ The former is broadly associated with the north and the latter with the south commonly in the state of Tamil Nadu Scholars are divided on the issue of paternity of the Harappan Civilization 2500

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    Where did the first Indians come from? Who were the Harappans really? Who were the ‘Aryans’ who wrote the Rigveda and are supposed to have fostered the ‘Brahminical culture’ that has been so integral a part of Indian life for so many centuries? In Early Indians Tony Joseph sets out to explore these uestio

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Who are we Indians Where did we come from Many of us believe our ancestors have lived in South Asia since 'time immemorial' But as it turns out 'time immemorial' may not have been all that long ago To tell us the story of our ancestry journalist Tony Joseph goes 65000 years into the past when a band of modern humans or Homo sapiens first made their way from Africa into the Indian subcontinent Citing recent DNA evidence he traces the subseuent large migrations of modern humans into India of agric. Everyone in our subcontinent Pakistanis Indians Bangladeshis please read EARLY INDIANS by Tony Joseph Understand where we re coming from how rich and diverse our roots are and how superficial our divisions are And it s all based on scientific evidence not ideological wishful thinking Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. recent DNA evidence he traces the subseuent large migrations of modern humans into India of agric. Everyone in our subcontinent Pakistanis Indians Bangladeshis please Burning Attraction read EARLY INDIANS by Tony Joseph Understand where we The Numbers Game re coming from how Tall man riding. rich and diverse our The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory roots are and how superficial our divisions are And it s all based on scientific evidence not ideological wishful thinking

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Ulturalists from Iran between 7000 and 3000 BCE and pastoralists from the Central Asian Steppe between 2000 and 1000 BCE among others As Joseph unravels our history using the results of genetic and other research he takes head on some of the most controversial and uncomfortable uestions of Indian history Who were the Harappans Did the 'Aryans' really migrate to India Are North Indians genetically different from South Indians And are the various castes genetically distinct groups This book relies. Tony Joseph s new book Early Indians The Story of Our Ancestors and Where We Came From attempts to sell the colonial Aryan Invasion Theory s insidious 21st century version the Aryan Migration Myth on the basis of racist Hinduphobic Harvard geneticist David Reich s thoroughly discredited researchThe legendary Russian archaeologist Leo Klejn has thoroughly debunked Reich s pro AIT researchThe New York Times has exposed Reich s dubious deeply flawed research methodology alleged unethical practices and unprecedented preferential treatment by scientific journals thereby obliterating the basic premise behind the book s conclusionsThis effectively consigns Joseph s book to the trash heapJoseph s book is a calculated calibrated neo colonial enterprise that was conceived designed and launched with a singular purpose in mind to revive the discredited Aryan Invasion Theory and thereby mislead Indians and alienate them from the truth about their historyBe warned dear reader Do not allow yourself to be misled Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic research he takes head on some of the most controversial and uncomfortable uestions of Indian history Who were the Harappans Did the 'Aryans' Earthfall (Homecoming, really migrate to India Are North Indians genetically different from South Indians And are the various castes genetically distinct groups This book A Daddy for Christmas relies. Tony Joseph s new book Early Indians The Story of Our Ancestors and Where We Came From attempts to sell the colonial Aryan Invasion Theory s insidious 21st century version the Aryan Migration Myth on the basis of Banned in Britain racist Hinduphobic Harvard geneticist David Reich s thoroughly discredited Hour of the Beast researchThe legendary Russian archaeologist Leo Klejn has thoroughly debunked Reich s pro AIT Dictionary Of Dreams researchThe New York Times has exposed Reich s dubious deeply flawed The Love of a Latino research methodology alleged unethical practices and unprecedented preferential treatment by scientific journals thereby obliterating the basic premise behind the book s conclusionsThis effectively consigns Joseph s book to the trash heapJoseph s book is a calculated calibrated neo colonial enterprise that was conceived designed and launched with a singular purpose in mind to Other Days, Other Eyes revive the discredited Aryan Invasion Theory and thereby mislead Indians and alienate them from the truth about their historyBe warned dear Deception Island reader Do not allow yourself to be misled

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Heavily on path breaking DNA research of recent years But it also presents earlier archaeological and linguistic evidence all in an entertaining and highly readable manner A hugely significant book Early Indians authoritatively and bravely puts to rest several ugly debates on the ancestry of modern Indians It not only shows us how the modern Indian population came to be composed as it is but also reveals an undeniable and important truth about who we are we are all migrants And we are all mixed. The whole book was based on the Aryan Invasion theory It is good to note that there is some evidence which debunks this theory Rakhigarhi DNA study uestions Aryan invasion theory claims the authorThe findings are based on the study of the ancient genome in the skeletons excavated from RakhigarhiRead ateconomictimesindiatimescomarticlesIn the later parts of the book the author claimed there was a shred of archaeological evidence that the native people of Indus valley worshipped a tall pillar like structure probably Lingam which is considered as phallus worship then Aryans dismantled the indigenous beliefs and points out the denouncing of SHISHNA DEVA literally phallus worship I was fortunate enough to be doing a course on Vedas and Upanishads in Oxford Centre of Hindu Studies Online and asked a scholar about the above claim Daniel Simpson who is one of the teachers replied to me As far as I am aware the Rig Veda only makes a couple of references to shishnadeva a compound formed from i na meaning tail or penis and deva a term for a deity related to the English word divine It can be understood as one whose god is the phallus but might just mean lustful One of these references in a hymn to Indra Rig Veda 7215 was translated in the 19th century as let not the lewd approach our holy worship A recent translation by the scholars Joel Brereton and Stephanie Jamison says Sorcerers do not incite us Indra nor sycophants with their knowing wiles o most powerful one He Indra will vaunt himself over the stranger over the race contrary to our ways Let the phallus worshipers not penetrate our truthThey explain this as follows Here various threats to the truth of our people are rendered helpless by our resistance and Indra s power threats internal to the community namely sorcerers and flatterers and the stranger an rya but an enemy people who deviate from our ways and phallus worshipers presumably non ryas outside itIt is not at all clear what this means There is no mention of lingam worship in the Rig Veda as it is understood today ie involving a symbol linked to Shiva It seems likely that this line just distinguishes the Vedic religion from pre existing folk traditions perhaps including what scholars call fertility cultsThe other reference again in a hymn to Indra Rig Veda 10993 is even obscure It includes a line about someone perhaps Indra smashing the phallus worshipers in the latest translation or saying he slew the lustful demons in the 19th century version However there is plenty of war like language in the text and it s not reserved for shishnadeva The nomadic tribes of early Vedic times were apparently asking gods for help in battlesWe know very little about earlier traditions because they left few records The free standing columns found in the Indus Valley don t really tell us much about the place of what Tony Joseph calls phallus worship so it seems a bit far fetched to conclude that the Vedas sought to stamp it out based on these verses and some damaged archeological relics