Ancient Civilizations Origin of Ind-Aryans and their Settlement in Indian Subcontinent
The coming of Indo-Aryans has been a turning point in the history of the Indian subcontinent. Indo-Aryans settled at the northwestern and northern Indian subcontinent and talked archaic or Vedic Sanskrit, the language of the Vedas that is closely related to Avestan, a primitive Australian speech. However, the migration of Indo-Aryans which mostly according to linguistic evidence remain topics of debate.
Nearly all scholars agree that Indo-Aryans came in the steppes north and east of the Caspian Sea and migrated across the Iranian plateau into the northwestern and northern Indian subcontinent. There’s not any firm evidence for this concept in addition to for the concept that Indo-European talking people had a frequent homeland from where they drifted into areas of Asia and Europe. Indo-European concept largely foundations on the similarity of Sanskrit and a few European languages but there are also archeological evidence and historic resources. Because of this, the concept of a typical Indo-European homeland has many fans among the scholars. However, later became popular and the hypothesis which claims that Indo-Aryans didn’t migrate from Central Asia but were indigenous cultural and linguistic part of the Indian subcontinent.