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Darker skin color is commonly
found in peoples living in more southern regions and appears as an adjustment
mechanism to hotter climates and greater sunshine. For example southern Europeans are
darker in skin color than northern Europeans, though they are not a different race
because of this.
This suggests that the Dravidian branch
of the Mediterranean race must have lived in South India for some thousands of years to make
this adjustment, and the same thing could be said of the people of North India
as well if we would make them originally light-skinned invaders from the north.