by Harsh Mahaan Cairae

  1. ISBN: 978-81-291-3258-1
  2. Pages: 460 pages
  3. Date: May 2014


The origin of the Indo-Aryans and their advent in India is shrouded in mystery to this day. An Aryan Journey is an attempt to bring out the early history of this ethno-linguistic group, using the literature they left behind as their legacy. This meticulously researched book culls evidence from ancient texts to prove that the Indo-Aryans came to India in trade ships and were helped by the people of Indus Valley to settle with them. Using sources such as the Veds and the Avestha, as well as Zoroastrian scriptures and the Shahnama of Firdausi, the author reveals that the Indo-Aryans and the founders of Zoroastrianism belonged to the same ethnic stock. Along with the origins of the Aryan race, he also dwells on the causes of the end of the Indus Valley Civilization. Informative and illuminating, An Aryan Journey is a must-read for those interested in knowing more about the Aryan civilization.


Harsh Mahaan Cairae is a student of philosophy and religion. He has studied the scriptures of several religions, out of which the Veds have been his special interest. He was trying to decipher the code in which they have been written when he stumbled on the history of the Indo-Aryans.