All Indians have the same genes
It is established through genomic analyses that people in north India were no different from those in the south and that all shared the same genetic lineage. It also established that people of north and south were part of the same culture. former CCMB director Lalji Singh and two US researchers analyzed over 500,000 genetic markers across diverse groups, including the traditional “upper” /” lower” castes and tribal groups and proved that there was no difference between tribal populations and castes.
Aryan Invasion — History or Politics?
By Dr. N.S. Rajaram
Aryans: race or culture?
The evidence of science now points to two basic conclusions: first, there was no Aryan invasion, and second, the Rigvedic people were already established in India no later than 4000 BCE. How are we then to account for the continued presence of the Aryan invasion version of history in history books and encyclopedias even today?
No foreign Genes or DNA entered India after 6000BC: Study [Myth Busted]
A paper published on American Journal of Human Genetics exposes the famous lie that Europeans systematically planted into Indian brains: Aryan Invasion/ Migration theory. According to the research Dr Gyaneshwer Chaubey, Estonian Bio centre, Tartu, Estonia “We have proved that people all over India have common genetic traits and origin. All Indians have the same DNA structure. No foreign genes or DNA has entered the Indian mainstream in the last 60,000 years,”
Dr Chaubey had already proved in 2009 that Aryan migration is a false theory just made to divide Indians. He says “The decoding of human genome and other advances in this area help us in unraveling the ancestry in 60,000 years”
If we think straight, we do not need any genetically science to prove that Aryan invasion is a false theory. None of our Vedic scriptures gives direct information about this theory and also the Vedas can be still older than 5th century BC. India was eternally an Aryan nation, Aryan only means Noble. Even Ravana, who is an iconic figure for Dravidian parties, was a Brahmin.