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population of Southern India. Wayne Chandler in “The Jewel in the Lotus...” noted that “the

Black race is by far the oldest” race in India; and quoting Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Indian

historian and anthropologist, he says that these Black original inhabitants of India “appear to

have come from Africa through Arabia and the coastlands of Iran ...” 34. Runoko Rashidi says

that “India taken as a whole ... is a combination of Egypt and Ethiopians”, Ethiopia being a word

used to describe ‘East and West’ Africa in ancient texts.35 In They Lived Before Adam, we gave

evidence from the works of  Basil Davidson and Medieval Arab historians that Indian Naga

tribes sojourned in East Africa before continuing to the land of their present habitation.36

These revelations lend credence to our thesis that Dravidians were the original inhabitants

of Igbo Ukwu; that Igbo Ukwu was the lost African city of Rama and that it was Dravidians

who left behind the “Indian” artefacts unearthed  by Shaw. In fact  Dravidians  are  actually

known as the Igbos of  India.37 Our  findings  as confirmed  by  recent  research  findings  by

molecular Geneticists, Clyde Winters, of Governors State University, Illinois, USA, is  that

Dravidians of India are of West African origin. The study concludes, as have  a  number  of

other studies before it, that several cultural, linguistic and genetic threats among the Dravidians

of India suggest that they are of African origin.38 It further concludes that many traditional

Dravidian crops are of indigenous African origin, and bear indigenous African names, already

used in Africa before the Dravidian migrations. We quote Clyde Winters:

34 “The Jewel in the Lotus, Ethiopian presence in the Indus Valley“, in Sertima and Rashidi ed. African Presence in Early Asia, p. 82, 1988

35 Runoko Rashidi, “More Light on Sumer, Elam and India“, in Sertima and Rashidi, African Presence in Early Asia, p. 171, 1988.

36 Basil Davidson, Africa In History, 1991; The Lost Cities of Africa, 1997 quoted the greatest Medieval Arab geographer El Mas’udi about post-Deluge migrations of African Kushites.

37 According to Ajay Prabhakar, our Dravidian colleague.

38 Published in International Journal of Genetics and Molecular Biology, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. xxx-xxx, March, 2010 under the title,Y-Chromosome Evidence of an African Origin of Dravidian Agriculture”, by Clyde Winters.

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