313 World Languages From India World Migration from Bharatvarsha 


People do not look beyond what has been noted by the Western writers and that too what is prescribed to be read by our erstwhile British colonists and the pseudo secularists,who,in the garb of Intellectuals,name given to them by themselves advocate misinformation.

When you look at history from architectural remains,archeology and references in world literature,you would find that the present date of Neolithic,Paleolithic and other age stretch farther back in time than what has been assigned to them.

Shall be writing on these anamolies with evidence.

Thanks to Internet, one can delve deep and find information.

To human presence in the world.

I have written quite a few articles proving that the First human was from India and how the people have migrated from here to other parts of the world.

In fact, there were no other parts,it was only Bharatavarsha.

Please read my articles on Bharatavarsha and Hinduism for details.

Science has advanced.

We now have Archeo-astronomy,that studies archaeology with astronomy,Linguistics as a Science,and archeogenetics.

These tools have helped in identifying the migration of peoples and the cultural and linguistic mother of present peoples ,language and culture.

The languages ,which the west consider as ancient,like Latin,Greek,the cultures like Mynecian,Siberian,Hitties and Anatolian are from India.

During prehistoric times,there was a common language and culture from which all other cultures sprang from.

It was Proto-Indo-European.

Indo European languages distribution .image.

Indo European Languages,Proto Indo European origin. Indo-European branches map.png: Hayden120 Georgia (orthographic–projection).svg: Giorgi Balakhadze, Flappiefh derivative work: Alphathon • CC BY-SA 3.0

Map legend.

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English: A map showing the approximate present-day distribution of the Indo-European branches within their homelands of Europe and Asia. The following legend is given in the chronological order of the earliest surviving written attestations of each branch:

   Hellenic (Greek) 

   Indo-Iranian 

   Italic (includes Romance) 

   Celtic 

   Germanic 

   Armenian 

   Balto-Slavic (Baltic) 

   Balto-Slavic (Slavic

   Albanian 

   Non-Indo-European languages

Dotted/striped areas indicate where multilingualism is common (more visible upon full enlargement of the map).

The people were also classified as such and they lived in Eurasia,comprising of present Asia and Europe.

The root of their languages were either Sanskrit or Tamil.

Most of them belong to Indo Iranian language,which is from Sanskrit,Brahmi,Prakrit from India.

Their Cultural practices were from Sanatana Dharma/Tamis.

The concept of Cow Worship,Shiva,Sky God is found.

Their land division is akin to Tamils Division of Land.

The Tamils classified regions into five.

Kurinji,mountainous terrain,

Marutham,Agricultural,

Mullai,Pastoral,

Neydhal,Seashore and

Deser regions.

Curiously,Snow region is missing.

This is because the,Tamil land Kumari Kandam was located below the Vindhya Ranges in India and extended to Antarctica.

The land of MU formed its periphery.

Even then no Ice!

Only Ocean!

More of this in a later article.

The land divisions,the evolution of world cultures,language forces me to postulate that th the people of the world were indeed from Bharatavarsha,India.

The Indo-European languages are a language family of several hundred related languages and dialects. There are about 445 living Indo-European languages, according to the estimate by Ethnologue, with over two-thirds (313) of them belonging to the Indo-Iranian branch.The most widely spoken Indo-European languages by native speakers are Spanish, English, Hindustani (Hindi and Urdu), Portuguese, Bengali, Russian, and Punjabi, each with over 100 million speakers, with German, French and Persian also having significant numbers. Today, about 46% of the human population speaks an Indo-European language as a first language, by far the highest of any language family.

The Indo-European family includes most of the modern languages of Europe – with the notable exceptions of Altaic languages such as Turkish and Azeri; of Uralic languages such as Hungarian, Finnish, Estonian, and others spoken in parts of Russia; and of the language isolate Basque. The Indo-European family is also represented in Western, Central, and South Asia. It was also predominant in ancient Anatolia (present-day Turkey), the ancient Tarim Basin (present-day Northwest China) and most of Central Asia until the medieval Turkic and Mongol invasions. With written evidence appearing since the Bronze Age in the form of the Anatolian languages and Mycenaean Greek, the Indo-European family is significant to the field of historical linguistics as possessing the second-longest recorded history, after the Afroasiatic family, although certain language isolates, such as Sumerian, Elamite, Hurrian, Hattian and Kassite are recorded earlier.

All Indo-European languages are descendants of a single prehistoric language, reconstructed as Proto-Indo-European, spoken sometime in the Neolithic era. Although no written records remain, aspects of the culture and religion of the Proto-Indo-European people can also be reconstructed from the related cultures of ancient and modern Indo-European speakers who continue to live in areas to where the Proto-Indo-Europeans migrated from their original homeland. Several disputed proposals link Indo-European to other major language families.’

Source. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indo-European_languages

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4 thoughts on “313 World Languages From India World Migration from Bharatvarsha 

  1. The statements made by the author are already available in the form of books on Comparative Philology, by Indian and foreign authors. Even Panini, the author of Astadhyayi refers to his predecessors and the alternate forms. The Niruktam of Yaska records derivation of words, not even thought over by the “modern” scholars. The ancient authors on Tamil and Sanskrit does not hesitate to identify or acknowledge the borrowing of the language. It was through the language, the migration and spread of the civilizations have been marked. This was one of the tools used by Hitler to claim himself, an Aryan. Asia was called Arya-aavarta (aasamantaat aaryah vartante yatra iti – aaryaavarta – note the r – s change in Arya – Asia pronunciation). Every student of Sanskrit grammar knows these small details.

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    • I have written on this. The DNA evidence links the earliest DNA to Madurai in Tamil Nadu. If you have some information please share. Africa was a a part of Lemuria/ Atlantis. Kindly check my articles on these. Regards.

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