Bharat: Lost Land, Lost History The Aryan Invasion Theory has been challenged again and again by in numerous writers and historians. However, not many understand the importance of this. What was so special about these Aryans that scholars are so vehement about? Why is establishing the truth about the ancient civilisation so important to so many? I feel that there is a lack of work on this. Works on the invasion theory, the Aryan scriptures, Aryan cultures, and their sciences are all distributed and broken up.
There is no compendium of collective information about the achievements of India’s great ancestors. This work attempts at bringing all that information together. It starts where the whole controversy started: the excavation of the cities of Mohenjodaro and Harappa. From there it moves on to the Aryan Invasion Theory and in a few pages brings together the efforts of various scholars whose work on the issue has been nothing short of extraordinary.
It then tells the reader of the various scriptures and writings of the Aryans. This includes the 2 great epics, the Vids which include the Pura ans and the philosophical prize-winners the Upanishads. From there we tackle the claims of many that in the Aryan culture we find the beginnings of modern religion, science, mythology, and culture. This perhaps is the most biased part of the work as the writer himself feels deeply on the issue.
However, an attempt has been made to inform the reader of both the bias of the writer and the questionable by nature validity of the information presented. One must remember that an account of history is always biased due to the emotions of the person involved in the telling. This is precisely why writings like this find birth today. The work also deals with various myths and fantastic stories related to the Aryans. While the issue of Hitler’s Arianism has not been dealt with in detail, the root of that cause has been examined. The claim of many that ancient India was the cradle of civilization has been examined.
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It has been shown how the Aryan tradition and literature influenced the Greeks, as can be seen in the remarkable similarity between Ramayana and Mahabharata on one side, and the epics of Troy and Thebes on the other side respectively. The reader is informed of Vedic sciences and philosophy along with its daughter religions Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism’s vast beliefs. This work does not intend to insult, offend, or defame any other culture or religion. However one must realize that due to India’s continuous invasion by raiders and kings from many corners of the world, much destruction can be attributed to outside forces. It has been my keen intent not to put blame on any group, religion, race, or culture, but to bring to light the wrongdoings (intended or chance) of various individuals, many of whom inevitably are associated with collective groups.
The ancient Greeks dreamt of a Utopia. This essay tries to substantiate the writer’s belief that perhaps in ancient Bharat one did in fact find Utopia, which in turn instilled desire within the Greeks to form their own, perhaps a better one. In no way should this work be considered a scholarly presentation, it is an attempt by a student of history and religion to throw light on what the world ignored and is now forgetting: the ancient land of Bharat.