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More recent research suggests that there actually emerged two distinct Aryan-speaking cultural centres: the Vedic culture (North-West India, first half/ Western part of Ganges) (Wikipedia link) and the Greater Magadha culture (Eastern part of Ganges from the Yamuna

Ganges confluence) (Wikipedia link) (Bronkhorst 2007, Samuel 2008).

The Vedic culture had clearly Iranian roots. As some of the Aryan-speaking Vedic people settled, they further developed and refined their culture maybe under some influence of indigenous non-Aryan groups.114 Vedic culture’ is a name based on old religious hymns: the four Vedas dating from probably 1500-1000 BC. The Vedas are mainly poems about a range of gods and description of rituals of how to serve these gods. The Vedas were initially orally transmitted from generation to generation until writing came into use much later on (about 300 BC). The Greater Magadha culture, however, developed traditions such as Buddhism, Jainism and Ajivikism. This area became the dominant power centre from where the empire impulse radiated.

Perform the identical movements with the left leg extended. Hold Yoga quest tulsa your extreme position for a count of 10. When you have completed the movements straighten up Yoga quest tulsa very slowly and repeat the entire routine. Perform the Chest Expansion twice, without pause. 10 Now slowly and gently bend forward and bring your arms up and over your back. Keep the arms and legs straight. Continue to bend forward as far as possible without strain. Hold your extreme position for a count of 10.

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