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Definitions

  1. The Indo-Aryans are the ethno-linguistic descendents of the Indic branch of the Indo-Iranians.
  2. The Indo-Aryans were nomadic or at least peripatetic, following their herds of cows around from pasture to pasture.

Russia

  1. The Persians apparently sprang from a people from the hills of Russia known as Indo-Aryans. (Web site)

Expansion

  1. Therefore he prefers to derive the Indo-Aryans from the intermediate stage of the BMAC culture, in terms of a " Kulturkugel " model of expansion.

Scythia

  1. Scythia was an area in Eurasia inhabited in ancient times by an Indo-Aryans known as the Scythians.

Eastern Afghanistan

  1. The Indo-Aryans in these areas established several powerful kingdoms and principalities in the region, from eastern Afghanistan to the doorstep of Bengal. (Web site)

Original Home

  1. The original home of Jats is possibly connected with the original home of Indo-Aryans, the Aryavarta, since the Jats are probably a tribe of Aryan origin.

Vanga

  1. After the arrival of Indo-Aryans, the kingdoms of Anga, Vanga and Magadha were formed by the 10th century BC, located in and around the Bengal region. (Web site)

History

  1. In any case, the branching of proto-Indo-Iranians to Indo-Aryans and proto-Iranians happened at the dawn of history, ca. (Web site)

Indus River

  1. The arrival of the Indo-Aryans led to the flourishing of the Vedic Civilization along the length of the Indus River. (Web site)

Central Asia

  1. Whether the Indo-Aryans came from Central Asia or not depends largely on the interpretation of the geographical allusions in the Rig and Yajur Vedas. (Web site)
  2. The idea of a simple split of proto-Iranians from Indo-Aryans and especially their origin in Central Asia poses some problems. (Web site)

Ancient Peoples

  1. An analogy is easily drawn between the Baltic mythology and the mythology of Indo-Aryans, Greeks, Romans and other ancient peoples. (Web site)

Place-Names

  1. A non-Indo-Aryan substratum in the river -names and place-names of the Rigvedic homeland would support an external origin of the Indo-Aryans.

Migration

  1. Indo-Aryan migration refers to the migration and expansion of the Indo-Aryans during the 2nd millennium BC or earlier. (Web site)

Original Homeland

  1. This could suggest that Indo-Aryans were sedentary and remained in the original homeland while other groups left.

Kambojas

  1. The above Mahabharata evidence reinforces Jataka's views that the Kambojas, in culture and customs, were different from the Indo-Aryans.

Asura

  1. But very soon, among the Indo-Aryans, Asura came to exclusively mean any of a race of anthropomorphic but hideous demons.
  2. Asura was the name by which the ancient Indo-Aryans addressed their ancient Iranian neighbors.

Mitanni

  1. It is believed that by 1500 BC, Indo-Aryans had reached Assyria in the west (the Mitanni) and northern Afghanistan in the east (the Rigvedic tribes).

Hittites

  1. In antiquity, the swastika was used extensively by the Indo-Aryans, Hittites, Celts and Greeks, among others.
  2. In antiquity, the swastika was used extensively by the Indo-Aryans, Hittites, Celt s and Greeks, among others.

Vedas

  1. The Vedic Period (or Vedic Age) is the period during which the Vedas, the oldest sacred texts of the Indo-Aryans, were being composed.

Indra

  1. The battle between Indra and Vritra is reflected in the Avesta, but only among the Indo-Aryans does Indra appear to have risen to the head of the pantheon.

Rig Veda

  1. The Rig Veda mentions the land of the Indo-Aryans as Sapta Sindhu (the land of the seven rivers in northwestern South Asia, one of them being the Indus).

Vedic Aryans

  1. The Indo-Aryans inhabiting northern India, the bearers of the Vedic civilization are sometimes called Vedic Aryans.

Iranians

  1. The term Indo-Iranian includes all speakers of the Indo-Iranian languages, i.e., Indo-Aryans, Iranians and the speakers of the Nuristani languages.
  2. During this period of the expansion to the west by the Iranians, the Indo-Aryans are suggested to have travelled eastwards through the Gangetic plains.

India

  1. Thus, after almost endless confusion, we must return to the conventional wisdom that the Romans are not Greeks and that the Indo-Aryans invaded India. (Web site)
  2. The Indo-aryans have borrowed the theory of re-birth after coming in contact with the aboriginal inhabitants of India. (Web site)
  3. The Sinhalese people are probably the result of aboriginal inhabitants mixing with Indo-Aryans who began migrating from India c. (Web site)

Vedic Religion

  1. The earliest ancestor of Dharmic religions was the Vedic religion of the Indo-Aryans who founded the Vedic civilization of ancient India. (Web site)
  2. Hinduism's origins include cultural elements of the Indus Valley Civilization, the Vedic religion of the Indo-Aryans, and other Indian civilizations. (Web site)

Arya

  1. The Indo-Aryans (Arya) spoke a variety IIr., Vedic Sanskrit, and produced a large volume of orally composed and orally transmitted literature. (Web site)

Aryans

  1. Aryans, or more specifically Indo-Aryans, make their first notable appearance in history around 2000-1500 BC as invaders of Northern India.

Indo-Aryans

  1. Asko Parpola and other scholars have proposed a two wave (or multiple wave) model for the migration of Iranians and Indo-Aryans. (Web site)
  2. Asko Parpola and other scholars have proposed a two wave (or multiple wave) model for the migration of Indo-Iranians and Indo-Aryans.
  3. The Finno-Ugrian contact with Indo-Aryans speaks of the movement of Vedic Aryans from India to that area. (Web site)

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