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In this regard the great Dravidian
and Munda (aboriginal) connections inherent in the Vedas and in ancient
India need to be examined. Not only does this reinterpretation of the
Vedas push Indo-European civilization back further, it also
breaks down the divide between Indo-European and other cultures.
Vedic literature may therefore allow us to link up many ancient cultures
and see the greater commonality of ancient civilization.
Fourth it indicates that traditional
literature and ancient calendars all over the world have to be taken
more seriously, not only Hindu but Chinese, Mayan and others. It
shows that the ancients are not as bad historians as we have thought,
but that we are bad interpreters of their literature. It would require a
totally different look at the ancient world.