Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 6: The valley of the Thar

Part 4: The Indo-European, Chapter 6: The valley of the Thar

Published May 10, 2010

The carnelian beads were popular in the Indo-European civilization … They manufactured and exported in huge quantities …

DESTINATION EARTH

Book Two: The peoples

Part 4: The Indo-European

Chapter 6: The valley of the Thar

The arrival of Indo-European

The Indo-Europeans came to -4000, at the same time that the Sumerians, Egyptians and ases, but just a little before them Arrived first, they are installed as close to Sanchi, in the valley of the Thar Other ethnic groups have gone further … They were able to be part of the pantheon of the Rig Veda, written in -3900 Like the Sumerians, Egyptians and ases, they moved into a city state

Valley of the Thar

Valley of the Thar was then, in -4000, composed of rich alluvial plains located on both sides of the Indus, the Sarasvati and its tributaries We can say that the implementation of Indo-European in the valley of Thar included the entire present-day Pakistan, Afghanistan and even inside Turkmenistan, east The west, in India, included all the north-east India: Kashmir in Maharashtra, through the Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Gujarat, Mumbai and up

The Sarasvati

The Sarasvati was a river of more than 8 km wide, -4000, according to the Veda Given that everything we tell is true in the Vedas as and when there is no reason not to consider these texts The Vedic texts speak of the river Sarasvati and describe a prosperous world that lived on its banks, but also describe his disappearance Sarasvati received the waters of its tributaries now flow into the Indus and the Ganges Around -2000 BC. AD, the Sarasvati disappeared Today it is nearly established that the Sarasvati is the Ghaggar River Indian This is a seasonal river that flows only during the monsoon It originates in the Shivalik mountains in Himachal Pradesh It passes through Haryana, Punjab and then disappears into the sands of the Thar Desert in Rajasthan Its dry bed, conspicuous in flight, leads us to Pakistan where the river is called Hakra

The Indo-European civilization

The Indo-Europeans have founded there in 6000 years a nation of city-states These city-states had modern agriculture developed and practiced the trade by sea and land as far as Anatolia and Africa to the west, north to Mongolia and South America to the east There are about 5000 years, exchanges between the Valley and the Thar Middle East include Sumerian tablets attested by Much other evidence of exchanges have been discovered since The Valley Civilization Thar should be very productive to feed hundreds of thousands of citizens, or even millions Indeed, to date more than 1000 sites of city-states were discovered today, and it seems that the list is far from complete … The size of most cities is enough to support thousands and perhaps tens of thousands of people … The rational exploitation of the fertile alluvial soils in response to seasonal flooding could not be sufficient to ensure the needs of all these city-states … We did not find traces of irrigation systems, but they have been destroyed by frequent floods, but even so, it would not be enough to feed a large population … This leaves us to discover their real livelihood, but also the logistics that goes with an affluent population as numerous … Especially as the population of regular classroom also seemed very well off … It would be a good find, because today it is not yet solved this problem: How to have a rich population and a very large middle class, without the use of countless poor? The Indo-Europeans seem to have solved the problem …

Remains of the Thar valley

We found many clay female figurines: Women in labor, engaged in household chores, or naked with jewelry: earrings, necklaces, belts, or accompanied by a child But also in bronze: A famous bronze statuette represents a slender dancer with big bracelets around his left arm and collar Some clay figurines representing animals like bulls harnessed to carts The National Museum of New Delhi has a bronze chariot dating from 2500-2300 BC It is pulled by two horses fitted with a harness driver holding a long whip The front part of the chariot is decorated with a small representation of a horse

Writing of Indo-European

Writing of Indo-European is now almost universally recognized as a proto-Sanskrit Over 4000 steatite seals were discovered in the excavated areas of the valley of the Thar They are composed of pictograms Have been identified to date over 400 different signs, often representing animals unicorns, zebus, buffalo, tigers, elephants, crocodiles, etc. … But some are also a man with a horned headdress, a tree in front of which another person prostrate It is also shown seated and surrounded by animals This pictographic writing strangely resembles that of the Maya … We now know the freedom of expression of the scribes in the representation of signs of Mayan writing, where up to over 12 different designs are used to represent the same syllable This seems to be the same in these icons … The Mayan writing is deciphered recently, we should try to apply the same principles to the Indo-European symbols: Sanskrit based and approximation of multiple figures I am confident that the result will be surprising …

Indo-European mathematics

Mathematics is an integral part of the Indo-European culture Excavations at Harappa, Mohenjo-daro and the Thar valley, revealed a system of weights and measures decimal precise The weight of approximately 28 grams, are used in factor: 1/20, 1/10, 1/5, ½, 1/3, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 Lengths are measured with very precise rules A rule of ivory found at Lothal uses spaced lengths of 1.7 mm The bricks are in fixed proportions of 4:2:1 At Lothal, an instrument for measuring angles can divide the sky into 8 or 12 sections, was discovered They knew the Pythagorean Theorem, square the rectangle and in approximate that of the circle They know the values of π accurate to two decimal places, 3.14, and the square root of 2 to the fifth decimal But also the nine digits of the decimal system and zero: Sunya, a void In the Yajur-Veda, infinity: purna, fulfillment, is defined as: when you subtract purna from purna, there is still purna

The civilization of the Thar

Thar civilization, which the Vedas speak, is now confirmed by the excavations which show up in seniority – 7000 BC, and extended from the border from Iran to Mumbai (Bombay) The most active period and most modern technologically corresponds to -3300 to -1900 BC The streets of the city-states were oriented in the cardinal directions and at right angles The brick houses had several floors and each apartment had its own bathroom! The bricks were used for wells, walls and floors of tubs and swimming pools and water pipes For all other buildings, were used bricks … Wastewater is discharged through a sophisticated sewage system They knew the grain, livestock, pottery, porcelain, ceramics, metal and adorned with magnificent jewels For these jewels they did not hesitate to use beads, lapis lazuli and other precious and semi precious they imported, often from far away … But they were also writing, weights and measures standardized, astronomy and mathematics sophisticated …

History of the valley of the Thar

The first inhabitants of the valley of the Thar began to build sedentary villages to the seventh millennium BC Between 4000 and 2600 BCE, with the arrival of Indo-European, is planning The cities are divided into two areas, inhabited by distinct social classes Then, between 3200 and 1800 years BC, were built large cities The walls of Harappa, to protect the city from flooding of the Indus, date from between 2700 and 2600 BCE Between 2600 and 1 900 years BC, we find that this is only one great civilization The cities are scattered within several thousand kilometers They use the same script and same soapstone seals The vessels have the same drawings Weights and measures used are the same throughout the Indo-European From 1 900 to 1600 years BC, the cities have been abandoned

The Indo-European

In large cities, there was found temples or palaces No large building, outside the warehouse to store supplies, goods and equipment … No traces that would prove the existence of a king, or armies of priests or even slaves Immediately, two different neighborhoods, showing a difference of social class And this is normal: the Indo-Europeans are gods The million gods of Hindu mythology … Thus they are regarded by local people If tomorrow we are establishing on the moon, or much further in March, we will build a temple or warehouse? If there exists a population, a level much lower than our technology, we would have something to fear? And it’s not the walls that will protect us from nuclear missiles from our friends … We obviously will build two neighborhoods: one for us and one for the people we use labor We will ensure a high standard of living for these people to get quality work and loyalty This is exactly what we find in the valley of Thar, where Indo-Europeans settled in approximately -4000

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