B)The dates of early 17th century for presence of Mittani in north Mesopotamia
C)As terminus ante quem for all the Vedic texts,Ramayana & Mahabharata, Buddha and Mahavira
Out of total of 143 hymns & 942 verses in the last section,93% of hymns and 84% of verses show exact 100% match with corresponding hymns of Rig Veda.
There is no mention of Atharva Veda in Yajur Veda, Aitareya Brahmana and Shatapatha Brahmana. The Rig Veda, Sama Veda & Yajur Veda are mentioned 14 times in Atharva Veda,the Brahmanas on 4 & Purana on 2 occasions.
Verse (K5.22.14) shud leave no one in doubt that A-Veda was composed when the Vedic tradition had moved farthest east beyond the ‘kuru’ and ‘panchal’ lands or the modern state of Haryana in north-west India & the neighbouring western part of the state of U.P.
2)Mujavat’ as yet unidentified mountainous region east to Gandhara, where the soma of Rigveda is said to have grown.
3)‘Magadha’ modern Bihar province of north-east India. 4. ‘Anga’ modern Bengal in the extreme north east of India.
“Finally, our research points to a perennial monsoonalfed Sarasvati river system with benign floods along its course, which could well be considered imp for early agricultural civilizations such as the Harappan...
Let’s move to second question.
I illustrate with following points:
Firstly,the position of Sindhu in their life was so important that it became a generic name for body of waters, rivers & even a celestial deity.
Two components of genetic material have been used to obtain genetic information, mitochondrial DNA or mtDNA (maternal) and the male gene, the Y chromosome and of the two, mtDNA has a longer life span.
the late Pleistocene genetic differentiation of the western and eastern Eurasian gene pools’ (Kivisild et al. 2003)