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The most basic division of the Indian society is of Aryans and Dravidians According to this division nearly 72 of Indians are Aryans and 28 are Dravidians The north Indians are the descendants of Aryans and the south Indians are Dravidians The languages spoken in five states of south India are considered Dravidian languages and most of the languages spoken in the north are considered Aryan languages The general script of the Aryan languages is different from the general script of Dravidian languages The Indians also distinguish themselves by the general north Indian accent and general south Indian accent According to general Indian legend the Aryans arrived in north India somewhere from Iran and southern Russia at around 1500 BC Before the Aryans the Dravidian people resided in India The Aryans disregarded the local cultures They began conquering and taking control over regions in north India and at the same time pushed the local people southwards or towards the jungles and mountains in north India According to this historical fact the general division of Indian society is made North Indians are Aryans and south Indians are Dravidians But this division isnt proper because of many reasons Many Indians immigrated from one part of India to other parts of India and not all local people of north India were pushed southwards by the Aryans Some stayed and served the Aryans and others moved to live in the forests and the jungles of north India Before the arrival of the Aryans there were also other communities in India like Sino-Mongoloids and Austroloids There were also other foreign immigrations and invaders who arrived in India from time to time There are many that completely doubt that there was ever any Aryan invasion in India This skepticism is based on the dating of the Aryan invasion of India and the
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