“ONE OF THE OLDEST CONTINUOUS CIVILIZATIONS IS INDIAN”: NSA AJIT DOVAL

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Ajit Doval, the national security adviser, stated on Tuesday that Indian civilization is one of the biggest and longest-lasting civilizations in history.

NSA Doval was speaking at the Vivekananda International Foundation (VIF) book launch in New Delhi, where the book “History of Ancient India, a Volume 11 series” was being released.

He stressed that nobody, not even our critics, had questioned a few points regarding Indian history.

One is its age, as it is among the oldest civilizations; it is likely that human life has progressed and society has reached an extremely high level of perfection at this point. Who did it now? They may have preconceived notions about who originated first or whether they were outsiders, but they all agree that this

“Continuity is the second thing about it. In other words, if it began 4,000 or 5,000 years ago, it has persisted to this day. That is not disturbed in any way. Thus, Doval stated, “It was a continuity.”

“Its vast expanse” was the third feature he emphasised.

Its enormous size was the third characteristic. It was not the kind of tiny village you see on a developed island or anywhere similar. The traces of the civilization were clearly visible all the way from the Oxus River to what is likely Southeast Asia and beyond,” the speaker stated.

He also emphasised that although Alexander’s visit to India was not significant in Indian history, it was for Western history.

“The problem here is that, when you consider this range of

Doval pointed out that Alexander was only able to get as far as the Indian border at Jhelum before being unable to continue.

In reality, he barely made it as far as the Jhelum border in India before most likely being unable to continue. And that was the last thing that happened to him,” he stated.

“But the fact remains that the entire history of Western industry you found when the history of India, or the history of the West is narrated, is about the history of Alexander,” he continued.

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