Presence of Dhāna and Absence of Godhuma in Ṛg-Veda; The Implication of Archeobotany on Indian History

Rupa Bhaty

Anthropology of Ṛg-veda

I have taken up the anthropological issues of Ṛg-veda and they are very original in the sense that they were not covered by any author previously, like absence of tiger and elephants still shy beasts, not yet properly named. We already saw that anthropologically Tiger is absent in India from before 22000 BCE and also from Ṛg-Veda (read here) while Lion’s imagery, profoundness and metaphorical representations can instantaneously be felt in Ṛg-Veda. We already studied that trying to naming of elephants began in Ṛg-Veda but has not yet evolved with a matured noun or nouns, if the blog here made some sense to my conjecture. We also have now begun to understand the fan pan geography of Saraswati–IndavaH in the blog here. These all will remain conjectures until these propositions find a solid ground, which is already present in my mind, with the help of…

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