by Prof. Uthaya Naidu
The Bible of Aryan Invasions, Vol. IIIby Prof. Uthaya Naidu
During this period of the Brahmanic Dark Ages (1500 BC - 1000 AD), further waves of white-skinned Vedic Sanscrit-speaking Aryans invaded India, further exterminating the native populations of Negroids, Semites and Mongoloids.
Several episodes exist in this conflict, which merged with the Mahabharatan Wars. Thus, Bahu the 7th king in descent from Harishchandra, was defeated by the Haihayas and forced to flee. His son Sagara,
" Being vexed at the loss of his paternal kingdom, he vowed to exterminate the Haihayas and other enemeis who had conquered it. Accordingly he destroyed nearly all the Haihayas."Krishna is also noted for many other distinguished features:
-- [ Vis.Pur. 3.18 ] [ Muir I.486 ] [ cf. Hari.773 ]
The Aryan king of Hastinapur, Yudhishitra, consolidated the Aryan Kingdom of Panchala and embarked on an enormous military build-up. Shortly after his coronation, he launched the massive Digvijay Aryan Invasions, subjugating all the non-Aryans of India to the Aryan yoke. The subjugated races then united and rose against the Aryan conquerors, leading to the Great Battle of Kurukshetra between the Aryans on the one hand and all the non-Aryan & mixed races on the other. The ensuing Aryan victory ensured Aryan dominance for several centuries.
The Mahabharatan Wars include these long drawn-out conflicts (ie. Digivjay Aryan invasions etc) in addition to the Battle of Kurukshetra, and represent several Aryan invasions that are loosley grouped as the Fourth Aryan Invasion.
The Nakulite Aryan Invasion of Western India
Nakul was another ferocious conqueror, destroying several non-Aryan races and indulging in senseless genocide. General Nakhul set out from Panchala with a massive army, and annexed Western India [ Alld.938 ]. Several aboriginal black races were exterminated, and the remnant Indus Valley people consisting of `Panis' (Phoenicians) and `Asuras' (Assyrians) slaughtered.
The Bhimaite Aryan Invasion of Eastern India
General Bhim invaded Eastern India, subjugating the Mon-Khmer races of Bengal to the Aryan yoke [ Alld. 937-8 ]. Several of these native races were exterminated by `Bloody Bhim', as he is referred to by the Nagas today. The long-running war between the Nagas and the Republic of India is a continuation of the Aryo-Mongoloid Wars of Bhim. Indeed, the antagonism of the mainly Mon-Khmer-Aryan Bengalis to Aryan Brahmavartins from Kannauj is another aspect of this conflict.
The Arjunite Aryan Invasion of Northern India
General Arjun set out for the conquest of Northern India, conquering the independant nations. Scythian races were subject to genocide, as were Dardic peoples living in the mountains. The sheer numbers of non-Aryans slaughtered beggars belief.
The Sahdevan Aryan Invasion of South India
General Sahdev embarked on the invasion of South India with a massive army. He enslaved the nations there to the Aryan yoke, including Dravida itself. Several Dravidian cities were demolished by the Vandal Aryans, and countless Dravidians massacred.
Hence, the Kauravas represented the mixed and non-Aryan races, while the Pandavas represented the pure Aryans who eventually won against thier foes.All accounts refer to the Mahabharat Wars, and especially the Battle of Kurukshetra as the most horrible of ancient times. The Pandavas raised 7 armies as opposed to the Kauravas' 11. On the 14th day of the battle Arjun annihilated 5 of the 11 armies ( `akshoumin' ) amassed by the Kauravas. Attacking the Pandavas, Drona destroyed 1 army, Karna 2, and Bhishma 1. Al-Beruni has estimated that the total of 18 akshouhinis add up to 8,267,094 humans [ al-B.i.408 ]. A description of one of these Aryan invasions follows below :
" Saineya, destroying thy host, converted the beautiful earth into a mass of mud with the flesh and blood of thousands of Kambojas, Sakas [ Scythians ], Shabaras, Kiratas [ Mongoloid Keraits ] and Varvaras. The ground was covered with the shorn and hairless but long-bearded heads of the Dasyus [ Chadic Dajus ], and their helmets, as if with birds bereft of their plumes. "
-- [ MBh.Dron.4747 ] [ Muir I.483 ]
It is now becoming generally accepted that the Mahabharatan Wars actually took place & and are not myths :
Genocide of Mongoloids
From the Mahabharata we learn that there were Naga kingdoms between the Jumna and the Ganges about the 13th century BC [ 1800,p.39 ]. When the kings of the Lunar race of Aryans wanted to found a second capital near the spot where Delhi stands at present, they had to dislodge the Nagas who occupied it [ 1800,p.39 ]. This is the first reference to a conflict with the Nagas, and it occurred before the Mahabharata War. This was soon followed by a much larger-scale genocide under Krishna, Arjun and Agni.
The Khandav Massacre
The first genocide of Mongoloids occurred in the Panchala region near Indraprastha. Arjun, Krishna and Agni burned the Khandav forest, and, making sure that there was no route left for their escape, they burnt all the Nagas (ie. Mongoloids) alive in that forest [ Mah.wh.141 ].
Janamejaya's Genocide of Mongoloids & Concentration Camps
The second genocide of Mongoloids was by Janameya, in revenge for the death of his father, who had been killed by a Naga. Thus `an ancient race of serpent worshippers known as Nagas, are said to have been forced by certain Brahmaical incantations to enter the fire of a great sacrifice' [ Mah.wh.46.n1 ]. Thus, according to the Mahabharata the Nagas were burnt alive en masse in the manner of concentration camps. In another account, Pariskhit, the grandson of Arjuna was killed by Takshaka, a Naga king, and hence "Janmejaya, the son of Parikshit had to wage a long and bloody war with the Nagas and killed thousands of them" [ 1800,p.40 ].
All this was still in the upper Ganges valley. The Digvijay Aryan invasions involved the conquest of Eastern India itself. Thus, Arjun invaded eastern India and conquered Manipur. In fact, Arjun fought many wars against the Daityas of the sea following his training in arms in the Himalayas. Indra, the now divine ancestor, is said to have helped him [ Mah.wh.192 ]. These Daityas inhabited the islands of the sea, and possessed horses of the colour of peacocks, and since peacocks are the sacred emblem of the Buddhists, the Daityas have been identified with the Buddhists [ Mah.wh.193 ]. Probably they were originally a Mongoloid race, which then embraced Buddhism. During subsequent renderings of the Mahabharata, the wars with the Nagas were moulded onto the contemporary conflicts with the Buddhists. Since many Mongoloid races embraced Buddhism, this is more than likely.
The hatred evinced by the Brahmans towards the Mongoloid Nagas is almost beyond belief:
" The great historic fact in connection with the Nagas, whcih stands prominently forward in Hindu myths, is the fierce persecution which they suffered at the hands of the Brahmans. The destruction of serpents at the burning of the forest of Khandava, the terrible sacrifice of the serpents which forms one of the opening scenes of the Mahabharata, and the supernatural exploits of the youthful Krishna against the serpents sent to destroy him, are all expressions of Brahmanical hatred towards the Nagas. Ultimately this antagonism merged into that deadly conflict between the Brahman and the Buddhist, which after a lengthened period of religious warfare terminated in the triumph of the Brahman."Some Vedic apologists cannot accept that the Nagas represent the Mongoloid natives of India. Hence, for the illumination of these persons, the proof is given below:
-- [ Mah.wh.147 ]
The military build-up set the stage for wars of aggression against neghbouring states for several generations. Mithi, grandson of Iskhvaku, launched a massive invasion of the region now known as North Bihar, subjugated the inhabitants and named the region after himself. Down to this day this region is known as Mithila and is entirely Brahmin-dominated.
The Brahman sovereign Parasurama embarked upon an enormous program of arming Brahman militias in preparation for a war of extermination against the Kshatriya races. Parasurama then embarked upon a full-scale conflict with the Kshatriya races, plunging Northern India into massive civil war.
Racial Nature of the Conflict
The wars were not between nation-states (janapadas), whcih by then had become stablished, but between two races: the Brahmans and the Kshatriyas. The entire Midland (Madhyadesa or Aryavarta) comprising Brahmavarta, Braj, etc.plunged itno civil war as the hordes of Brahman warriors of Parasurama marched throughtou the land, fighting and exterminating the Kshatriyas.
Genocide of Kshatriyas
The armies of Parasurama marched throughtout the entire subcontinent of India, waging endles warfare against the Kshatriya races. He invaded kashmir and Dardistan, exterminating the native populaitions, who were mainly of the warrior (Kshatriya) races. He also invaded Rajastan, masssacering the local peoples. The following list of races were exterminated by Parasurama, who formed five lakes of bllod from the bodies of the slain:
To this effect Parasurama and his hordes destroyed the whole Kshatriya race 21 times from all of the Earth and formed 5 lakes of blood [ MBh.Van.10201 ] [ Muir I.451 ] [ Bhg.Pur. IX.16.17 ff ] [ MBh.Dron.2427 ff ] [ Ram.wh 65 ]. The `Kshatriyas' slain were of course of non-Aryan races, viz.
Creation of the New Kshatriya Race
The list also includes the Aryan Kshatriyas, who had opposed the rights of the pure Aryan Brahmans, as well as the non-Aryan Kshatriyas. Of course the Brahmins then cohabited with the Kshatriya widows to propagate a pure Brahmin-fathered race of obedient Kshatriyas. Needless to say, no such charity was done for the non-Aryan widows, and many of the races exterminated by Parasurama are never heard of since, nor do they exist today.
Aryan Vaishnavite Invasion of Kerala
There was an Aryan invasion of Kerala shortly prior to Parasuram's wars. This is recorded in the legend of Vamana, the dwarf incarnation of Vishnu, who invaded Kerala and defeated the indigenous black Malabari King. The native Malayali population worship and adore their ancient king, Bali, but the Aryans of the North worship Vamana:
" Or take the legend around the festival of Onam celebrated in Kerala: The people of Kerala celebrate the annual return of their favourite King Maha Bali, who is described in the Aryan version as the king of Asuras (demons) who had to be killed by Vishnu in the form of Vamanaavatara."This is exactly analogous to the `Ravayana' tradition in nearby Tamil Nadu: the Dravidians there revere Ravana instead of the Aryan Rama.
-- [ Yech ]
The Ramayana is a historical account as is evidenced by:
Invasion of Central India
At the time of Rama's Aryan invasion of South India, the Deccan was already Aryanized. Initial conflicts occurred in Gondwana, where Ram fought several wars with the Sudroid Negroes. During the first war with Rakshasas Ram fell upon the sacrifice-destroying Rakshasas and slew them all [ Ram.wh 44 ] near the hermitage of Visvamitra in the beginning of his exile. The Dandakaranya Battle occurred between the Dravidians and Rama. During this engagement Rama cut off Dushashan's hands and then killed him [ Ram.wh 274 ]. The total number of Rakshasa caualties in the Dandakaranya battle between the forces of Rama and the Rakshas Dravidians is put at 14000. After Rama's victory in this battle in Gondwana, the poet delights in the vast numbers of Dravidians killed :
" The exhausted, the killed and the wounded, and the mangled were scattered here and there in the thousands. The field of battle, dreadful to behold, was strewn with turbaned heads, with heads and arms and legs .. horses and elephants."
-- [ Ram.wh 274 ]
In addition Rama and Laxman fought with individual Rakshasa Negroids as a continuation of their genocide. Thus Rama and Laxman buried alive the Rakshasa Viradha, `hideous to the sight' `mouth widely gaping', `tall as a mountain top', with a `deep voice', Prior to this Laxman broke his arms after firing 7 arrows at him and then burnt him alive, His semi-live body was then buried into the ground. His sole crime was that Viradha had charged Sita with polyandry and wanted to marry her [ Ram.wh 341-3 ].
Invasion of East India & Cowardly Murder of the Kol King
In need of allies, Rama treachorously killed Bali, the monkey-king and installed Sugriv on the throne. The `monkeys' are evidently the pygmy Negritos who were called monkeys in derision by the Aryans & because the Negritos worshipped monkeys. The `bears' under Jambuvat, father-in-law of Krishna, in Ram's army were introduced to imply that Krishna helped Rama. The bears are thus a later invention.
Invasion of Dravidia
Initially Hanuman invaded Lanka and offered to carry away Sita, but she refused to be touched by anyone except Rama. In fact Laxman could not identify Sita's ornaments since he had never looked above her foot [ Ram.wh 303 ]. Subsequent to this Rama invaded Lanka, the capital of the Dravidian empire. A bridge was built to span the straits separating Lanka and India. This was followed by Rama's invasion of the island. The objective was clear: to strike at the very heart of Dravidian civilization. Ram's army commenced hostilities [ Ram.wh 362 ]. The terrible conflict followed, in which the Dravidian heroes, outnumbered by the mobs of bloodthirsty Aryans, stood their ground successfully for several days. Yet the sheer numbers of Aryans, aided by the Pygmy traitors, soon overwhelmed the Dravidians, who became martyrs. Eventually Ram defeated Ravana and the bulk of the Dravidian army was mercilessly annihilated. Countless Dravidian heroes perished in the conflict.
The Fall of Lanka -
However, the plan of Ram was to accomplish the complete genocide of the black Dravidian population. To this effect, he " ordered Hanuman to fire the city of Lanka " [ Ram.wh 369 ] after the victory. There was no need for this, since he had already won the war, killed Ravana and obtained Sita. However, this monster wished to exterminate the entire Dravidian nation. The unarmed Dravidians, men, women and children, the elderly, the infirm, were thus burnt alive when the splendid capital of the Drvaidian empire, Lanka, went up in flames, an episode still celebrated in Aryan areas, yet mourned in Dravidistan as one of the greatest catastrophes to have afflicted their race.
The Apartheid Varna System was introduced in Dravidistan as a result of Ram's invasion. Dravidians could not live in the same quarter of the city as the Aryan Brahman. They were maintained in enforced illiteracy, and if a Dravidian heard the Vedas, molten lead was poured down his ear, and if he recited it, his tongue was cut off. For questioning a Brahman, a red-hot iron rod was thrust into his mouth. He was not even allowed to come anywhere near an Aryan, and an Aryan Nair warrior would shoot a Dravidian at sight even in the 19th century. This Vedic apartheid system is elaborated in the appendix.
As another fossil of the Aryan conquest, Sanskrit is called the northern language, `vatamoli', in South India, while Dravidian is called the southern language, `ten moli' [ Opp.25 ].
The Ramaite Aryan Invasion was the greatest disaster that befell the Dravidian races. The Lanka Dravidians were exterminated and the survivors forcibly Aryanized, their women raped, partly through the Devadasi system, by the Aryan invaders to give rise to the mulatto Sinhalese castes. Lanka became permanently Aryan-dominated with the harshest apartheid caste system, rivalling Black slavery in the US South. The rest of Dravida remained Dravidian dominated, with an Aryan minority.
Aryanization and Spoilation
In contrast to north India, the number of Dravidian blacks was much higher, and the number of Aryans low. Thus, extermination of the non-Aryan native population was not possible here as it had been done in north India. Hence, a course of Aryanization of the non-Aryans and thier incorporation into the varna system of apartheid was undertaken.
Aryan Treachery & Conspiracy
One of the main features of the Ramaite Aryan Invasion was the abundant use of treachery and deceit. Thus, the Kol king was murdered and a pro-Aryan puppet installed in his place. In addition, the help of Dravidian traitors was made use of during the invasion. One such trator was the sage Agastya. He was the carrier of Aryan culture into the South. Pulastya is mentioned as the father of Agastya and Vishvara; the latter had 4 sons, including Ravana and Kubera. Thus Agastya is the uncle of Ravana, and it is due to inter-family rivalries that Agastya helped Rama to attack Ravana [ Opp.87-9 ]. Thus Agastya betrayed his own Dravidian kin for the Aryan invaders, thereby sowing the destruction of his own race. It was due largely to the treachery of Agastya that Ram could invade southern India. He showed no regard for the life of his kinsmen. Thus the self-hating Agastya consumed and digested his Rakshasa relative Vatapi [ Opp.24 ]
Following the victory over the Dravidians, Bharata, half-brother of Rama, and Yudhajit destroyed the Gandharvas (ie. Gandharans) and established the 2 capital cities of Taxila and Pushkalavat. Indo-Aryan rule was thus established over Afghanistan.
War of the Marwari Succession
Marudesha is the modern Marwar tract in Rajasthan. The throne fell vacant, and the annexionist Koshala Raj of Brahmavarta thus interfered in the internal matters of this sovereign state. As per the generally accepted conduct of statesmanship of the age, the independance of each Aryan state was scrupulously respected. However, the Koshala Raj did not, and Laxman's son was installed on the throne of Marudesh after the Koshalan victory in the War of the Marudeshi succession [ Alld.920 ].
The long series of wars finally ended when Ram, Laxman and Shatrughna drowned themselves in a river. Thus ended this wave of slaughter.