Radiocarbon dating wrong
Because of Max Muller’s fatwa that the Vedas were not earlier than 1200 BC, it was argued that this civilization could not be associated with the Vedic people.Since the only other major language spoken on the subcontinent was the Dravidian it was but natural at that point of time to assume that the Dravidian‑speakers were its authors.One of the most controversial ideas about Hindu history is the Aryan Invasion Theory. Max Muller in 1848, traces the history of Hinduism to the invasion of India’s indigenous people by lighter skinned Aryans around 1500 BCE.The theory was reinforced by other research over the next 120 years, and became the accepted history of Hinduism, not only in the West but in India.Modern historians of the area no longer believe that such invasions had happened.It’s now generally accepted that Indian history shows a continuity of progress from the earliest times to today.It even teaches that some of the most revered books of Hindu scripture are not actually Indian, and it devalues India’s culture by portraying it as less ancient than it actually is.There is now ample evidence to show that Muller, and those who followed him, were wrong.
the Red Indians, may still be noted: for example, Chicago and Massachusett as those of towns and Missouri and Mississippi as of rivers.
Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Kerala do we have even a single site of the Harappan Culture !!
On the other hand, what we do have in South India about that time is a neolithic culture.
Thus, there is no case for a massacre; and Professor George F.
Dales of the University of California, Berkeley, has rightly dubbed it as a ‘mythical massacre’.