In his research, the researcher discussed the emergence of vedic civilization in India by the Aryan peoples (Indo-European) migrating from Central Asia after the decay and collapse of the Indus Valley civilization (2800-1500 BC). Their heritage did not refer to a stable life as in the remnants of the cities ofHarappa and Mohenjo-daro ,the capitals of Indus Valley civilization.and the main source of this stage is the Aryan Bible.
Search by: Dr. Hussein Hassan Al-Enezi.
Research published in: Journal of the College of Education / University of Wasit / Issue (3) / Part III / for the year 2019.
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