valley Sind a Vedic civilization

valley Sind a Vedic civilization

valley Sind a Vedic civilization

 

Regarding this civilization, it seems that this civilization is probably Vedic, and I think there must be some information about it. Since it is an Aryan religion in which the number of deities is sufficient, about a quarter of the hymns were written in the Rig Vied in praise of ‘Indra’. But the study of the Rig Vied does not indicate that ‘Indra’ was superior to other gods. All the gods were given the status of the bar and were offered milk, butter, ghee, and meat to keep them happy.
 
Thus, the Aryans founded a religion in India that was different from the religion of the Indus Valley and emphasized the worship of elements in order to live a life free of the world and subjugate the enemies.
 

Vedic Period   (c. 1500 – c. 500 BCE)

 

 

The time of the Rig Ved continued as long as the Aryans lived in the area of five rivers. But when they arrived in northern India (the Ganges and the Valley of the Jumna) on the basis of abundant population and victories and established their civilization centers there, they called it the height of time, and the Ramayana and the Mahabharata are commemorative of that time. In the Rig Vied, there are many songs about farming, which indicate that plowing was done in the fields and water was used for irrigation and rivers. Barley and wheat were commonly cultivated in those days, meaning that the Aryans were well aware of the use of metals and began to make metal ornaments and weapons for themselves. At that time they were divided into different tribes and sometimes they started to fight among themselves but they all became one against the common enemy. They defeated the ancient people and either forced them out of Punjab or enslaved them. When the Aryans divided their society into four classes, at the bottom, they named the ancient people Shudra.
 
 
valley Sind a Vedic civilization
 
In view of Rig Veda history:
 
Regarding the Rig Vied, historians agree that the book is not written by a single religious leader (Rishi), but rather by different (Rishis) who have taken part in it from time to time. For a long time, his hymns and songs were remembered verbally but later when the Aryans made northern India their religious and political center, these hymns and songs were written. So it seems that this civilization is Vedic, but we can call it partially Vedic civilization.