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Bhupendra Theory on Origin of Caucasian

As per Bhupendra Theory in Southern part of India due to hot climate most of the people are dark with black eyes, still maintaining their ancient culture and traditions and they don’t have the Aryan profile, while in Northern India and as we go further up in Kashmir valley people are more fair with blue eyes as Caucasian. Probably Caucasian world is drived from Kashmiri Asian ( Cashmir + Asian = Caucasian - "Bhupendra"). That is why some Indian God such as Vishnu, Brahma, and Indra are portrait fair while others such as Shiva, Krishna, and Ram are portrait in darker complexion. Most of the Gods and Goddess are portrait with some or the other ammunition such as Bow and Arrow, and sword, which was to protect non-violence pious Hindu farmers from local tyrants, robbers, outlaws, and invaders. In fact they were good people who were always ready to protect innocent rule bound citizens who were devoted to meditation, art, literature, research, farming and other humanitarian work.

The race which lived in and around the Indus Valley was known as the Indus. Later they were called Hindus. During their huge and long historic migrations they developed many new cultures, traditions, and rituals based on local trends, habitat, and environmental conditions in regions such as the Iranian plateau, Turkey, Armenia, and Europe. These rituals and ceremonies later developed into different religious beliefs and distinguished one community from the other based on their lifestyle and religious beliefs. For example, those who opted for Islam had to go under circumcision and others were converted to Christian faith and beliefs by under going Baptism. Probably Islam and Christianity are both derived from Judaism. The origin of Judaism may be connected to Zoroastrianism, based on the Prophet Zoroaster philosophy and teachings. Hinduism remained a separate entity based on a certain lifestyle and beliefs system. Even in Hindus distinctions were made among different communities and people opted for Jainism, Sikhism, Brahmanism, Buddhism etc, as per their instincts and beliefs, and had to undergo a process of so-called purification through certain rituals, and ceremonies to be accepted into the community. Buddhism discipline, faith, philosophy and religion were introduced by Gautam Buddha who was born in Kapilavastu Kingdom to its ruler King Shuddhodan, when neither Nepal nor India existed. Archeological ruins prove that Kapilavastu was in Southern Nepal. Buddhism is more than 2600 year old religion while Christianity is 2000 years and Islam only 1400 years old. The Great King Ashok promoted the spread of Buddhism in India and Fareast countries in 563 BC. Islam was founded by Mohammad in Saudi-Arabia 622 AD with I million followers. Jainism which was founded by Saint Mahabir in Eastern India is 550 years old and Sikhism is 500 years old founded by Guru Nanak.

People from the Southern part of India who preferred a warmer climate, migrated by sea to Southern and Eastern regions such as Sri-Lanka, Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, and the African continent, while people from the North, particularly from the Kashmiri mountainous area who were used to a cold climate liked to migrate to the North and West towards Iran, Armenia, and Europe. South Indians, as they are today also, have always been very God-fearing religious people, believing in non-violence with the attitude of forgive and forget. Their main livelihood was agriculture, so wherever they migrated they carried their culture and beliefs. That is the most likely reason probably for many Hindu temples in Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Bangkok, though in some of these countries there are more followers of Islam. It seems that in this region many Hindus were converted into Islam, while some others opted for the Hindu way of life and later were influenced by the Buddhist movement.

Those who were living in the Northern and hilly parts of India were more of a hawkish nature and hunted animals for their skin and meat to protect them from the cold climate. Since these people were living in a colder climate their skin, hair, and eyes gradually lost their melanin content, making them light-coloured. They liked a colder climate, so they migrated to Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Israel, Iran, Iraq, Turkey, and the European Continent. They were exposed to Judaism, Islam, and the Christian Faith and later converted to Judaism, Muslims, and the Christianity. Buddhism spread more in the fare-astern countries. The names of certain persons, cities, and places still sound like Indian names even though mainly dominated by the followers of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism followers. For example, “Ramallah” in Palestine means “Ram is Allah”.

This can help to explain the difference in facial profile, skin colour, temperament, and attitude of the two different migrations. It May be the Aboriginal in Australia have their roots in the southern pattern of Indian migration and the native Indians in the U.S and Canada are the result of Indian migration towards East., since there is a strong resemblance in the both skin colour and facial profile to present South Indians. Later their appearance, skin colour, and life style were influenced by the local cultures and climatic conditions. Since Hinduism which is also called has never been considered as a religion, but a life-style so Hindus have never tried to covert anyone to their life style, it remains for one to choose whatever one likes, based on free will.