Why is indian civilization so succesful and superior compared to ancient western civilization?

Why is indian civilization so succesful and superior compared to ancient western civilization?

  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

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    I'm sorry sirs must taugh dealing with this stupid imposter.

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    sage&report

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You do know the Greeks had Mycenae, complete with underground water cisterns, Cyclopean masonry, chariots and bronze armor right? And that this was in 1300-1100 BC right? You do know they had ships and controlled most of the Aegean by that time right? You do know illiad and odyssey are based on that time period? So they teach Pajeets anything besides tech support at schools?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >You do know the Greeks had Mycenae, complete with underground water cisterns, Cyclopean masonry, chariots and bronze armor right? And that this was in 1300-1100 BC right?

      Nice larp. Ancient Greece began in 800 BC you historically illiterate snow nagger. Or are you too low IQ to understand how chronology works in regards to BC? Is there any other lies and delusions you want to make up to make your pathetic race look superior?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Rent free

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          K

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >literally says Mycenean Greece
        I know you're trolling at this point

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Ancient Greece is a term that refers to the time span from the Archaic to the Hellenistic period, and is followed by Roman Greece. The time between 1600 BC and 800 BC is referred to as Mycenaean Greece and the Greek Dark Ages, and it followed Minoan Greece (1900 - 1450 BC) which in turn followed Cycladic Greece (2600 BC - 1700 BC) which followed Neolithic Greece (7500 BC to 3000 BC). Both Minoans and Mycenaeans descended mainly from Neolithic farmers (8000 BC) with the Mycenaeans having some Indo-European admixture from c. 2200 BC. The Greek language emerged c. 2200 BC and it has a substratum of the pre-Greek language which can date as far back as 7000 BC. Greek culture as well is mainly Neolithic with some Indo-European motifs appearing in it (Divine Twins, stories about pastoral animals, a Sky father...) So here you have it. The Indus Valley civilization in contrast was destroyed by climate change and Indo-European invaders, and nothing was left of it, as evidenced by the fact that they had impressive sewage systems for the time, while you sir, have not.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Indo-European invaders

          Old out dated theory that holds no wait today. Cope.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Weight*

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Your own literature is specifically about them invading c.1500 bc and destroying the Indus Valley people. The vast majority of linguists, archeologists, comparative literature scholars, and historians agree. No matter what some call center employee poo with too much free time believes.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >Your own literature is specifically about them invading c.1500 bc and destroying the Indus Valley people. The vast majority of linguists, archeologists, comparative literature scholars, and historians agree.

              Lol no. The Saraswati River was mentioned in the Rig Veda numerous times and it was active. Historians, archeologists and geologists note that the Saraswati River dried up over 4000 years ago. At the very least, at 1978 BC.
              That's 478 years before your illogical and retarded theory about the Aryans invading in 1500 BC and introducing Sanskrit and the Vedas to the subcontinent.

              Now cope.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                The area in which the Vedic Sarasvati River exists, Sapta Sindhu, literally "7 rivers", refers to the home of the Rigvedic people, which has been identified with Punjab. There is also a river with the same name in Afghanistan, and it makes sense since migrating people tend to name new rivers they encounter based on old ones they are familiar with. The genetic and archeological record clearly shows an eastward migration from the west, so the river in Afghanistan obviously gave its name to the one in India and not vice versa. The Sarasvati River specifically has been identified with the Ghaggar-Hakra and Sarsuti River system, all those rivers used to be connected, and still exist today. Also the later Vedas mention Iron, which first appears in India c. 1200 Bc like the rest of the world, so they can certainly not be dated to the Late Harappan Era. The funny thing is, I respect all ancient civilizations, you just had to take a shit on mine, because I guess your house doesn't have a toilet.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >The Sarasvati River specifically has been identified with the Ghaggar-Hakra and Sarsuti River system, all those rivers used to be connected, and still exist today.

                Never go full retard. See pic related.

                >There is also a river with the same name in Afghanistan, and it makes sense since migrating people tend to name new rivers they encounter based on old ones they are familiar with.

                Nope, the Helmand River in Afghanistan was already given a name; haraxvati/haetumant.

                Attributes given to the Saraswati River:

                Sarasvati has a tributary named Drishadvati, and Kurukshetra is supposed to lie between Sarasvati and Drishadvati (this is as per Mahabharata).

                Sarasvati of Rigveda is a river that flows from mountains to the sea.

                Does Helmand flows into the sea? No.

                Sarasvati has a tributary named Drshadvati - is there any river in Afghanistan which once had the name Drshadvati? No.

                Sarasvati is described as being between Yamuna and Shutudri (Sutlej).

                Are there any rivers between Helmand which had names similar to Yamuna and Shutudri? No.

                Do you have any sacred sites on banks of Helmand like Kurukshetra? No.

                >muh toilet

                Not an argument. Toilets were literally invented in the IVC. Your scat and piss obsession and fetish doesn't help your arguments. Try again.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                It still is not an identified river. It is your only argument and it is not even based on a consensus or an agreed upon fact. How does the rest of archeology support your argument? Because everything else, including linguistics and genetics points to the opposite. You still haven't explained the many references of Iron which could not be smelted before c. 1200 bc, except from bog and meteoric iron. What is your argument regarding the language families, as well as the fact that the vedas clearly mention non-vedic people in India itself? And also, what's the archeological record of the Indus Valley civ AFTER the Harappans collapsed? Because, besides the Harappans everything else you provided (pics) date after 700 bc.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >It still is not an identified river.

                The area in which the Vedic Sarasvati River exists, Sapta Sindhu, literally "7 rivers", refers to the home of the Rigvedic people, which has been identified with Punjab. There is also a river with the same name in Afghanistan, and it makes sense since migrating people tend to name new rivers they encounter based on old ones they are familiar with. The genetic and archeological record clearly shows an eastward migration from the west, so the river in Afghanistan obviously gave its name to the one in India and not vice versa. The Sarasvati River specifically has been identified with the Ghaggar-Hakra and Sarsuti River system, all those rivers used to be connected, and still exist today. Also the later Vedas mention Iron, which first appears in India c. 1200 Bc like the rest of the world, so they can certainly not be dated to the Late Harappan Era. The funny thing is, I respect all ancient civilizations, you just had to take a shit on mine, because I guess your house doesn't have a toilet.

                >The Sarasvati River specifically has been identified with the Ghaggar-Hakra and Sarsuti River system, all those rivers used to be connected, and still exist today.

                Never go full retard.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Oh no no no hahahahaha

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Those dates are completely off

    Stupas are from like 100 bc- 100 ad

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    I don’t give a shit if he’s a retarded Argentinian loser or not, he’s still retarded

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Bait thread.

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >When were the Caryatids built?
    >Resultado de imagen de The Caryatid columns Erechtheion when were they built
    between 421 and 406 BCE
    >The most famous Caryatids are the six which support the roof of the false south porch of the Erechtheion on the Athenian acropolis. This building was constructed between 421 and 406 BCE as part of Pericles' great project to rejuvenate the architecture of the great city.29 oct 2012

    >joomer poster

    No need to trash other cultures, unless you have an agenda, off course, in that case, yes, you should kys.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      this is a fantasy reconstruction made on the 16th century though, the rest is specultive

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        is that so? where's the proof that those statues specifically were not the way we see them today

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        The original Caryateides are in the Athens Acropolis Museum you fucking retard,and they are identical.

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    That is Greece, from 1700 bc (New palaces after an earthquake damaged the previous ones) up until the Bronze Age collapse c. 1100 BC. Go shit behind a car now.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Go shit behind a car now.
      I'd be surprised if joomers weren't behind this new culture fighting
      >be joomer
      >LARP as different cultures antagonizing yts
      >easily recruit a bunch of yts to shit on those cultures
      >easily recruit a bunch of other cultures to shit on yts
      You anons have to think a bit more.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        What’s a joomer?

        But yes you’re right. It’s ONE guy making all these threads. Another anon linked every thread yesterday and it was really obvious OP is false flagging to make Indians or whoever look bad.

        OP is also an idiot who made the same threads on /int/ so everyone saw he was posting from a Brazilian IP. He claimed to be Portuguese lol

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