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  • ...949), 55</ref> <ref> Robert Gordon Latham, as cited in J. P. Mallory. ''In Search of the Indo-Europeans: Language, Archaeology, and Myth.'' (New York, NY: Th ...n languages into India maintains that the first wave went over the [[Hindu Kush]], forming the [[Gandhara]] grave (or [[Swat]]) culture, either into the he
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  • ... system which includes the Himalaya proper, the [[Karakoram]], the [[Hindu Kush]], and a host of minor ranges extending from the [[Pamir Knot]]. The name " ... system which includes the Himalaya proper, the [[Karakoram]], the [[Hindu Kush]], and a host of minor ranges extending from the [[Pamir Knot]]. The name i
    38 KB (5,572 words) - 20:54, 24 December 2017
  • ...'' is derived from ''Indus,'' which is derived from the Old Persian word ''Hindu,'' from [[Sanskrit]] ''Sindhu,'' the historic local name for the [[Indus Ri India is home to four major world religions, [[Hinduism]], [[Buddhism]], [[Jainism]] and [[Sikhism]], whose spiritual patrimony
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  • ... the country are the icy peaks of the [[Himalaya]], Karakoram, and [[Hindu Kush]] mountain ranges, many of them over 7,000 m and covered in [[snow]] and [[ ...[[jackal]]s, [[hyena]]s, wild cats, [[panther]]s, and [[leopard]]s roam in search of food. In the north, some of the rarest animals in the world can be seen
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  • ...f [[Varanasi]]. It runs through northern [[Pakistan]] and over the [[Hindu Kush]] mountains, into [[Afghanistan]], to rejoin the northern route briefly nea The unification of [[Central Asia]] and Northern India within the [[Kushan]] empire in the first to third centuries reinforced the role of the power
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