Indo-Aryan


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Indo-Aryan,

variant name for Indic languages. Broader uses referring to racial stocks are now obsolete. See Indo-IranianIndo-Iranian,
subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages, spoken by more than a billion people, chiefly in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Iran, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka (see The Indo-European Family of Languages, table).
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Although it is now evident that the Central Asian invasion theory for the collapse of the Indus Civilization does not fit with current archaeological data, the fact remains that Indo-Aryan languages were spoken in South Asia by 1500 BC.
He claims that his 'alleged' DNA findings of the 'petrous bone' section of a skull points to a strange finding, and that being that the population of Northern Indians was Dravidian in origin nearer South Indian Dravidians and not the Indo-Aryan origin found in nearby Harappa and Taxila and all other northern Indian sites.
We have conducted various experiments with different combinations of features and the average f-score obtained by 10 fold cross-validation for the combination of best feature sets for Dravidian, Indo-Aryan and Indo-European languages are given in Table II, Table III and Table IV respectively.
The locative suffix -/e/ can be traced back to the Old Indo-Aryan reconstructed form <*-a-dhi> which is not found in Sanskrit but is attested from Middle Indo-Aryan (Pali) <-dhi> and from Greek <-thi> which was used in the sense of 'by, along with' mostly in locative, ablative and instrumental cases in Greek and other Indo-European languages (Chatterji, 1926).
The Kolhi tribes are primarily concentrated in the lower Thar Desert and speak their own Indo-Aryan languages.
Most of its people spoke a dialect of Burmese, but a big minority spoke Rohingya, an Indo-Aryan language related to Bengali.
Noting that Kashmiri is perhaps the least studied of the major Indo-Aryan languages, Verbeke explores its grammatical differences from the others, beginning with pronominal suffixation, but moving into the many other questions that circulate around the issue.
Victory would bring a global empire ruled by various Indo-Aryan tribes; thus, in the run-up to World War II, India had a crucial role in Nazi diplomatic and military thinking--as did Tibet.
Asean is home to peoples of various racial origins, including the Han Chinese, the Indo-Aryan and Dravidian peoples of South Asia and the Malay-Austronesian race.
for all the population that fled to Bangladesh and to the areas of origin - not to be placed in camps, not having access to the places where they left." Guterres emphasized the importance of addressing the root cause of the problem, which relies largely on the problems related to citizenship for the Rohingyas - an Indo-Aryan Muslim minority in overwhelmingly Buddhist Myanmar - and to the legal status of this population "that has been discriminated and that is stateless at the present moment."
"Expansion of Indo-Aryan Culture during Pallava Rule, as Evidenced by Inscriptions".
The Rakhine being the descendents of the Indo-Aryan stock is the well accepted Rakhine legend.

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