Despite the propaganda of Adolf Hitler and the posturing of white supremacist groups in the United States, the true Aryan nation is to be found not in the woods of Idaho but in the words of ancient India.
The word Aryan comes from Sanskrit, the sacred and carefully preserved language of the Vedas, the oldest scriptures of Hinduism. Arya, the Sanskrit word, is not a racial designation but a term of respect, meaning "excellent, worthy, honorable, noble" or "lord, master, friend." Before a person's name it is used like "Sir," as in Aryaputra or Aryakanya.
Sanskrit is of great interest to linguists and historians, because it is the oldest preserved language of the Indo-European family.
"Early Humans Settled India Before Europe, Study Suggests"
Their model begins about 250,000 years ago.
Meanwhile in Africa, modern humans arose about 190,000 years ago, most archaeologists believe.
Scientists proved that all Asians, who constitute more than half of the world population, originated in India.
Indian maternal DNA is generally similar right across the country indicating that the mass of population has been in place there for a long period. It was also found that the Haplo group R1a gene previously associated with Indo-Europeans is also found in significant amounts in certain tribal populations, and may have originated in India.