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The idea that the same culture
cannot produce two different language systems may itself be questionable. It
may have been the very power of Vedic culture and its sages, with their mastery of the
word, that they could have produced not only Indo-European like languages but
In any case the Aryan/Dravidian divide is no longer sufficient to
uphold the Aryan invasion theory. It leads to a more difficult to maintain
Dravidian invasion theory. The Dravidian invasion theory is just a shadow cast by
the Aryan invasion theory and reveals the erroneous nature of the latter.
Other aspects of the Aryan-Dravidian divide are predicated upon the invasion
theory. For example the idea that South India represents a pre-Vedic
Shaivite culture as opposed to the Brahmanical culture of the north follows only from this.