First of all, hi there Indigo (don't fret, I am NOT here to cause you any trouble, I have learned that I am totally incapable of doing that in the
I just wanted to point out a few facts you did get right this time.
Fact #1: ALL humans are from India
Fact #2: ALL culture/civilization/achievements/technology/perfection is of India
Fact #3: Alexander the Great (why the name, he didn't do anything notable after all) NEVER even reached India (he is NOT referred to in any Indian
text, is he?), nor was there ANY Greek (or with significant Greek influences) settlement in the west coast of India (and it is historically proven
that Hyphasis river is NOT in India, nor is Indus river where Alexander found Alexandria on the Indus). I truly doubt if he ever ventured east of
Granikos river (propaganda that defiles Indian supremacy was at play even then). The fact that he died 3 years after this campaign can fall in the
category of "shortly after" (we're talking human years, not Brahma years, so it IS shortly after)
Fact #4: When the THEORY is contradicted by facts, we deface the facts - the THEORY HAS to be correct since it is about India.
Fact #5: Texts, religious texts, ARE evidence enough, no material finds are necessary (they ARE essential AND demanded if someone tries to disagree
Fact #6: No other translation of a dead language is acceptable but the enlightened one, all contradicting translations are the fruit of propaganda and
Fact #7: In mathematics, proof has no value at all, since in Indian texts and by Indian idiosyncrasy no proof is given whatsoever - all those
generations of mathematicians simply wasted their lives trying to prove...what? The obvious!
Fact #8: A "nobody" is someone, anyone, who says something, anything, contradicting the greatness of India.
Fact #9: In 10AD both the Muslim religion (and invasion) and the Ottoman empire were there, for all the world to see.
I believe there are other facts that I omitted and I apologize for that, it only took 3 hours of my life (that I am never getting back) to read
through all this and since I am no Indian (TG) I am prone to errors such as this (and more severe I am sure).
I have only one request. Since neither my English nor my Indian is strong enough, can you please abstain from using Indian words that I don't
understand? Words such as "ethos", "Astronomy", "Astrology", "Democracy", "emphasis", "philosophy", "technology", "mathematics",
"economy/economic", "planet", "centric", "myth/mythology", "grammar", "theory", "politics/political", "demonize", "hymn",
"mono/polytheistic", "sophisticated", "surgery", "academic", "chronology", "metallurgy", "tyrannical", "archaeological/archeology". It
may make it more difficult to confer your message across but that is the price you pay for having such an influential civilization as origin. Plus,
the English language is rich enough in its own right so you won't have problems finding alternatives.
Thanks for bearing with me. Congrats on the effort. This African salutes you