Ice Age Indus Valley Civilization’s Sanskrit Similar to Balochi Tongue Southwestern Pakistan & Kurdish of the Medes Madai


Indo european (japhetic) language had been brought when the Indus Valley Civilization began, become known as Sanskrit, similar to the Balochi language of the Sistan basin region to the west, also much like Kurdish, the language of the Medes of Iran, named for Madai, a son of Japheth. That Kushites (progeny of Ham) adopted the indo european tongue at the founding of the Indus Valley Civilization is apparent in the name Kushasthali, Kush’s thalassocracy (indo european for sea power), a great city submerged in the Gulf of Kutch since circa 1400 b. c.