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Anonymous

Well, dont pay to much to Indian phantasies.
From Wikipedia:

The Out of India theory is the proposition that the Indo-European language family originated in the Indian subcontinent and spread to the remainder of the Indo-European region through a series of migrations. A notable proponent was Friedrich Schlegel (1772–1829). Still, the Out of India theory today builds primarily on the idea that Aryans are indigenous to the Indian subcontinent[7][8] rather than on the archaeogenetic and other academic developments. The theory's recent revival in Hindu nationalist writing has made it the subject of a contentious debate in Indian politics.

However, it is just revival of discontinued and obsolete theory by Indian nationalist. That theory dont have academic credibility among modern scholars.

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