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"India was the mother of our race and Sanskrit the mother of Europe's languages. She was the mother of our philosophy, mother through the Arabs, of much of our mathematics, mother through Buddha, of the ideals embodied in Christianity, mother through village communities of self-government and democracy. Mother India is in many ways the mother of us all."

- Will Durant

"If there is one place on the face of this Earth "where all the dreams of living men have found a home "from the very earliest days when Man began the dream of"existence, it is India."

- Romain Rolland - French Philosopher 1886-1944

It is opposed to their (Hindus) foreign origin, that neither in the Code (of Manu) nor, I believe, in the Vedas, nor in any book that is certainly older than the code, is there any allusion to a prior residence or to a knowledge of more than the name of any country out of India. Even mythology goes no further than the Himalayan chain, in which is fixed the habitation of the gods... .To say that it spread from a central point is an unwarranted assumption, and even to analogy; for, emigration and civilization have not spread in a circle, but from east to west. Where, also, could the central point be, from which a language could spread over India, Greece, and Italy and yet leave Chaldea, Syria and Arabia untouched? There is no reason whatever for thinking that the Hindus ever inhabited any country but their present one, and as little for denying that they may have done so before the earliest trace of their records or tradition.

- 1841 M.S. Elphinstone, the first governor of the Bombay Presidency

History Of Ancient India: Horses

Thanks for being my guest. You are going to read about the history of a country which is at least 32, 000 years old as per archaeology and at least 100, 000 years old by hindu history texts. This page is showing paining of horses on rocks in India which is 12 000 years old. This paining is called Shankha Lipi. Horses, cows and elephants are commonly referenced animals in Indian culture.

 

 

 

 

32, 000 years old Lord Krishna's Dwarka city found in India in year 2001 by marine archaeologists. It is near same spot where Hindu history texts Purans have been telling. It is older than its own Mohanjodoro and Harappa.
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The Indian department of Archeology in year 2013 has found 12, 000 years old rock paining known as "Shankha Lipi". It is found near the border of states Maharastra and Madha Pradesh in Batool city in Satupura mountain range. This paing is depicting horses. Horses rferences are commonly found in Vedah, Mahbharath and in Ramayana.
The Indian department of Archeology in year 2013 has found 12, 000 years old rock paining known as "Shankha Lipi". It is found near the border of states Maharastra and Madha Pradesh in Batool city in Satupura mountain range. This paing is depicting horses. Horses rferences are commonly found in Vedah, Mahbharath and in Ramayana.
The Indian department of Archeology in year 2013 has found 12, 000 years old rock paining known as "Shankha Lipi". It is found near the border of states Maharastra and Madha Pradesh in Batool city in Satupura mountain range.
The Indian department of Archeology in year 2013 has found 12, 000 years old rock paining known as "Shankha Lipi". It is found near the border of states Maharastra and Madha Pradesh in Batool city in Satupura mountain range.
The Indian department of Archeology in year 2013 has found 12, 000 years old rock paining known as "Shankha Lipi". It is found near the border of states Maharastra and Madha Pradesh in Batool city in Satupura mountain range.