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India: Myth Of The Aryan Invasion
N.S. Rajaram first wrote me in 1993 in the context
of ancient India, an issue that he was beginning to take up. He
shortly returned to India from Houston, where he had worked at NASA
(National Aeronautics Space Industry). We exchanged many letters and
came to common views and a common plan of action.
Rajaram and I collaborated on several projects,
particularly the book Vedic Aryans and the Origins of Civilization,
which first came out in the Canadian edition in late 1994, with a
later India edition through Voice of India. He highlighted my
correlation of Vedic literature and Harappan civilization, which is
otherwise a literature without a civilization and a civilization
without a literature! Later he helped promote the decipherment of
the Indus script by Natwar Jha that may unravel the remaining
riddles of the ancient Harappan/Saraswati culture.
is a very cogent thinker on modern issues as well as on ancient
India. Like myself he was drawn into journalistic role by
circumstances, finding how little articulation of a Hindu point of
view existed even in India. Having lived in American for twenty
years he was not intimidated by the West but had mastered its
thinking and its objectivity as well as maintaining his connection
to the spiritual culture of India.
Rajaram brought out the
information on the Dead Sea Scrolls and modern Biblical scholarship
that questioned the historicity and accuracy of the New Testament.
While such books are commonly available in the West, they are almost
unknown in India, where the average Hindu believes that the Bible is
an accurate historical document that has never been tampered with!
He also brought to attention in India important critiques about the
Vatican well known in the West that reveal the underlying political
nature and global aggression of that institution.