An unknown Indian has taken on proponents of Aryan invasion/migration theory, demolished their case, and
established that northern India is the original home of
the Indo-European family of languages. The importance of
this remarkable achievement cannot be exaggerated. In
course of time, it can compel the revision of the history
not only of Indian but also world civilization.
The truth is invariably simple and convincing once one is
able to cut through the maze of misinterpretation and
obscurity. Indeed, one then wonders why other scholars
could not grasp so obvious a proposition. This is so in
the case of Srikant G. Telageri's Aryan Invasion Theory
and Indian Nationalism 1.
This is, of course, not the first conclusive repudiation
of the invasion/migration theory in the English language.
David Frawley too has made nonsense of it in his
invaluable work Gods, Sages and Kings: Vedic Secrets of
Ancient Civilization 2. But he has not taken note in
detail of what various proponents of the theory have
written. The scope of his work is also much larger and
in parts it is rather speculative. (Frawley is,
incidentally, a recognized Vedacharya and has written
extensively on various aspects of Vedic civilization).