The latest findings by Remote Sensing kAgency,Hyderabad,India,Computer simuation of Indian coast line and by National Institute of Oceanography,India, studied together make a startling revelation.
The Vedas,contrary to what is being informed,is, are at least 10,000 years old.
It is found,by simuation of flood in India,by Dr.Milne of Durham University that the land mass off the coast of Cambay,Gujarat,India,might be between 9000 and 12,000 years old.
To understand this better one should know that the date of Indus Valley civilization,must be dated back fom the present,500o years ago concept ,which was based on the debunked Aryan Invasion theory..
(I have written on the Fraud called Aryan Invasion.Shall be writing more on this.)
The civilization was so advanced that it could be dated back in time.
The answer lies in Dhola Vira,Rann of Kutch,Gujarat,India.
Dhola Vira is dated, at least, about 4,500 years ago,according to Archeologist Sri. Bisht
The well deveoped structures and advanced water storing wells indicate a civilization which has been there for quite sometime.
The answer lies in the river Saraswathi.
According to Sri. Gupta, Remote Sensing Agency,Hyderabad,India,the Saraswathi River flowed from the Himalayan Galciers through Gujarat and joined the Arabian Sea in Gujarat.
The river was 22 km wide!
It flowed in Parallel to River Indus( Sindhu)
This was found from the Satellite Images.
And based on the melting of Himalayan Glaciers,Saraswathi River had flown between 10000 and 6000 years ago.
Read this research paper in Nature.
‘The lost Saraswati River mentioned in the ancient Indian tradition is postulated to have flown independently of the Indus River into the Arabian Sea, perhaps along courses of now defunct rivers such as Ghaggar, Hakra and Nara. The persistence of such a river during the Harappan Bronze Age and the Iron Age Vedic period is strongly debated. We drilled in the Great Rann of Kachchh (Kutch), an infilled gulf of the Arabian Sea, which must have received input from the Saraswati, if active. Nd and Sr isotopic measurements suggest that a distinct source may have been present before 10 ka. Later in Holocene, under a drying climate, sediments from the Thar Desert probably choked the signature of an independent Saraswati-like river. Alternatively, without excluding a Saraswati-like secondary source, the Indus and the Thar were the dominant sources throughout the post-glacial history of the GRK. Indus-derived sediment accelerated the infilling of GRK after ~6 ka when the Indus delta started to grow. Until its complete infilling few centuries ago, freshwater input from the Indus, and perhaps from the Ghaggar-Hakra-Nara, probably sustained a productive marine environment as well as navigability toward old coastal Harappan and historic towns in the region.’
* ka), a unit of time equal to one thousand (103) years.
The above is an abstract of conclusions in a paper in Nature.
Department of Geology, The M. S. University of Baroda, Vadodara, 390002, India
- Nitesh Khonde
- , D. M. Maurya
- & L. S. Chamyal
Physical Research Laboratory, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad, 380009, India
- Sunil Kumar Singh
- & Vinai K. Rai
Geology and Geophysics, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, USA
- Liviu Giosan
- Source of the article wanted above.
ThecRig Veda,one of the earliest of the four Indian texts mentions Saraswathi repeatedly.
Featured image of Dhola Vira Well. Wiki.