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cannot be a Dravidian invasion changing the language but not the population of
India just like the Aryan invasion, as the idea is far-fetched to happen
once but to happen twice in a row in the same region and by the same
route is ridiculous.
If both the Aryan and Dravidian languages of India have
affinities with those of Central Asia, and to peoples of different ethnic groups
(the Indo-Aryan with the lighter skinned European and the Dravidians with both
light-skinned Finns and Hungarians, and Mongolian race Turks) a phenomenon is created that is too
complex to be explained by mere migration alone.