Ever since you study the history of this nation through the lenses of conventional education, you probably encountered this term Aryan Invasion that a legion of blue-eyed fair skinned folk invaded this land and pushed the indigenous populace down south and they brought with them the Vedas. This very theory has been propagated by colonials in order to get the imprint for the people to accept the rule of a fair skinned community. Even after India asserted Independence, the education system kept on emphasising the very same theory.

But when we study the ancient scripts and stories of our great kingdoms, this invasion theory can be found nowhere! The Word Arya simply means ‘Noble’, not a race. The recent archaeological discoveries at the Indus Valley site prove that the Aryan Invasion can be a blatant hoax told to people in order to control them. In our education curriculum, they say that Aryan race invaded India during 2000 – 1500 BCE and brought Vedic tradition with them and forced the indigenous to adopt it. But the DNA of the Indus people is much more ancient than they say.

True knowledge of Vedas speaks of Unified Field, quantum theory, existence of God within man, but Vedic literature in no attempt speak of discrimination such as gender, caste or creed which polluted the higher society of ancient India, through the repeated invasions by various invaders. It stands as a proof that no external legion brought Knowledge to the people of this land nor did they try to educate them any further.

If we’re to assume the southern people were not Vedic, why did the culture flourished with rich Vedic tradition and full of Siddha Saints who predate the era of Mahabharata? Even the discovery of the Ancient City of Dwaraka which dated back to more than 7000 BCE tells us a different story. So, the proofs of archaeology and open minded historians suggest that the civilization of this land stood unbroken for more than 17000 years. So, a more careful study of our history is needed before accepting any of the theories imposed through the education curriculum.  

-Viswanath Venkat Dasari.