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The Great Bath at Mohenjodaro. Is this Dravidian? Is this Vedic? Is this

The Great Bath at Mohenjodaro. Is this Dravidian? Is this Vedic? Is this

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This paper argues against the Dravidian, Vedic and Paramunda Indus theories, and shows why Dravidian languages, Sanskrit or Paramunda languages could not have been candidates for the Indus Valley Civilization which flourished from 2600 BC to 1900 BC in the North-West of India and Pakistan. Supporters of these three hypotheses are welcome to pro...

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