The main focus of Aryan Invasion theory is to say that even the Sanskrit language came from abroad. Which is an utter and complete lie. Dr. Shiv Sastry explains in this episode.
The Aryan Invasion theory, designed to divide India, falsely claims Sanskrit is foreign to India. Dr. Shiv Sastry explores, “why is it a lie?”
Indus Valley Civilization was the main hurdle for Europeans to prove Aryan Invasion theory. So the Europeans created another lie and claimed that Aryans destroyed Indus valley civilization. Dr. Shiv Sastry exposes this lie.
In Bharat, we never had any problem with languages. all recognized their languages' roots in Sanskrit, both in the north and south. Dr. Shiv Sastry explains this in his video.
The European claim linking the Avestan language to the Vedas is untrue. Dr. Shiv Sastry disproves their assertion about the Vedas mentioning Avestans in this episode.
Genetic research debunks the Aryan Invasion theory, yet Europeans manipulate Indian genetic data to uphold their false claim. Dr. Shiv Sastry exposes this fraud.
Europeans labelled the R1a Gene as "Aryan" due to its presence where Indo-European languages are spoken. Dr. Shiv Sastry refutes this claim in his episode.
The existence of the Sarasvati River completely contradicts the Aryan Invasion Theory, this is why the Europeans denied it. However, recent evidence and Hindu text references, as explained by Dr. Shiv Sastry, debunk this falsehood.
Ancient Hindu texts describe terrestrial and extraterrestrial objects, predating the Aryan Invasion Theory (AIT) by thousands of years, all in Sanskrit. Dr. Shiv Sastry uses these references to challenge AIT.
The Aryan Invasion Theory (AIT) had a political, not academic, agenda: to linguistically and culturally divide India and Hindus. Dr. Shiv Sastry uncovers the Europeans' ulterior motive in this conclusive episode.