We're firm believers in the magic of Instant Articles, and constantly preach that it can tremendously help your social strategy.Big publishers like The Atlantic who have remained committed to using the format as part of their distribution strategy have reaped the benefits.The mighty Sarasvati River and it's civilization are referred to in the Rig Veda more than fifty times, proving that the drying up of the Sarasvati River was subsequent to the origin of the Rig Veda, pushing this date of origin back into antiquity, casting further doubt on the imaginary date for the so-called Aryan Invasion.
Apart from Dvaraka, more than thirty-five sites in North India have yielded archaeological evidence and have been identified as ancient cities described in the Mahabharata.
The drying up of the Sarasvati River around 1900 B. Marine archaeology has also been utilized in India off the coast of the ancient port city of Dvaraka in Gujarat, uncovering further evidence in support of statements in the Vedic scriptures.
An entire submerged city at Dvaraka, the ancient port city of Lord Krishna with its massive fort walls, piers, warfs and jetty has been found in the ocean as described in the Mahabharata "After all the people had set out, the ocean flooded Dvaraka, which still teemed with wealth of every kind. Rao, formerly of the Archaeological Survey of India, has pioneered marine archaeology in India.
Max Muller, perhaps the most well known early sanskritist and indologist, although later in life he glorified the Vedas, initially wrote that the "Vedas were worse than savage" and "India must be conquered again by education...
it's religion is doomed"Innumerable archaeological findings and their analysis have recently brought the Aryan Invasion Theory into serious question.