posted on Jan, 14 2013 @ 11:15 PM
It's is a mystery, a very good one. If one subscribes to the theory of the two land masses being together at some point you would have to go millions
of years back and perhaps something like this can give one certain ideas.
More likely imo, which by no means is an expert one, if we're only looking at 4000 ago then it would have to be a migration from present day India's
position and down through what is now Burma,Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Which is by no means an easy feat, and for those new
arrivals on Australia's shore to then go from the very north to the very south and again across the sea to Tazmania is mind boggling, but then, 4000
years is a considerable length of time.
The Australian Aboriginals and in particular Indians of the Northern Punjab areas certainly share a an ancestor just by looking at their features.
edit on 14/1/13 by Ramcheck because: typo