Origin of India1
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Origin of India2
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But a 2011 study of genetic evidence from 30 ethnic groups in India disproved this theory.
Are the Brogpas of Kashmir in India really the last bastion of purebred Aryans?
She has had clients from all over the world, including Ireland and India, who are drawn to her via word of mouth and her website.
When he is awarded Player of the Match while competing for India in England, he is given champagne at the ceremony.
The trouble is, Pakistan kept losing its wars with India and is indeed no match for India.
The monotheism which we find in Greece and India generally took this form.The Religious Sentiment|Daniel G. Brinton
There is a chasm between the consideration of letting Australia or letting India go, which is too wide to be bridged.Practical Politics; or, the Liberalism of To-day|Alfred Farthing Robbins
Many say that the use of opium is no evil, but those who say that have never known India, or else they are blind.Letters of a Javanese Princess|Raden Adjeng Kartini
The custom seems, however, more prevalent than in any part of India where I have been, the vicinity of Calcutta excepted.An Account of The Kingdom of Nepal|Fancis Buchanan Hamilton
No one need tell me that India has not got this power of suffering.Freedom's Battle|Mahatma Gandhi
British Dictionary definitions for india
Word Origin and History for india
Old English, from Latin India, from Greek India "region of the Indus River," later used of the region beyond it, from Indos "Indus River," from Old Persian Hindu, the name for the province of Sind, from Sanskrit sindhu "river." The more common Middle English form was Ynde or Inde, From French (see Indies). India began to prevail 16c., perhaps under Spanish or Portuguese influence.