The first Human Literature of th world, The Rig Veda of the Hindu’s is dated around 5000 BC
It refers to River Sarasvati which flowed once in India and joined the Arabian Sea.
Satellite images have confirmed that river Sarasvati existed and there have research papers stating that a Civilization flourished on the banks of the River Sarasvati.Please
read my posts on this.
Now there are research papers quoting the Rig Veda , and the recent archaeological evidence , state that there existed another River from the Himalayaso joining the Arabian Sea.
And there were urban settlements , numbering around 800!
And the same research also states that The RigVeda has also been speaking of this Land mass’ culture.
And adds that the Hindus lived even 50, 000 years ago practicing Sanatana Dharma.
So, the scientists noticed that it
appeared to be older than the European cultures. Since the European
languages were related to the Indian language Sanskrit of the Vedas
that could only mean that the European peoples had to have come out
of India somehow and then gone to Europe with their languages that
differentiated into Russian, English, Spanish, German and the rest of
them. The European investigators didn’t like that idea because it would
have given the Vedic culture a position superior to their own. So, these
early cities in the Indus Valley like Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro have
been identified by archaeologists such as Richard Meadows and others
as being non-Vedic. They think the Vedic culture came into India maybe
3500 years ago.Isn’t that inconsistent with the concept of the Vedas of
the Krishna character who comes and says the universe is teeming with
life and appears to have knowledge about other habitations in the cosmos
and is talking from an age that would go back at least 9,500 years?In these
ancient Sanskrit writings, there is no hint at all that the culture came from
anywhere else.And if they are the prime source and if the Vedic literature
can be taken literally, then it implies that there were cities there inhabited
at least several thousand years ago.
Yes, and there has been other research going on in that area. For
example, the Rg Veda, which is one of the earliest Vedic literatures,
talks about a mighty river called the Saraswati that flowed from the
Himalayan mountains down to the Arabian Sea, down in that area of
northwestern India. And such a river doesn’t exist there today. So,
what happened is that people thought therefore the Rg Veda cannot
be talking about India. It has to be talking about some other place
outside of India where there was some kind of river.
But what happened that is quite interesting a few years ago is that
archaeologists in India started studying the satellite photographs from
American satellites like LANDSAT had been providing and they
noticed there was a dry river channel that began up in the Himalayas,
a huge river that went down almost to that Bay of Khambaht
(Cambay) we are talking about (the location of the underwater
city site). And then later, they found that on the banks of that river
there were 800 to 1000 urban sites, archaeological sites.So, it does
appear that what the Rg Veda was talking about, a mighty river lined
with cities in India over 5,000 years ago – that has to be true. The last
time that river had water in it was over 5,000 years ago?Is there a
possibility that there could have been some sort of non-human
co-habitation on the continent of India let’s say 50,000 years ago
that could explain all of the Vedas?
Yes. In Kashmir, the valley of Kashmir, it appears it was many years
ago a lake. Now, there is an ancient Sanskrit manuscript that tells of
a lake that existed in that area, so that account is there in some ancient
writings. Now, according to modern geological reporting, about 40,000
years ago Kashmir was indeed a lake in the valley of Kashmir in northern
India. It was covered by a huge lake and it was blocked on the southern
end by a little range of mountains. And at a certain point, something
happened and it broke open and the lake drained out. That happened
about 40,000 to 50,000 years ago. So, it is interesting that you’ve got
this ancient historical record that talks about this lake. And if it is to be
taken literally, then it means that somebody must have seen this lake
as it existed 50,000 years ago and wrote about it.”
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I shall be writing on this in detail.