"According to earlier research, India’s initial settlers arrived around 60,000 years ago. Speakers of Dravidian languages arrived roughly 5,000 years ago, followed by Indo-European speakers approximately 3,500 years ago. If the new analysis holds up, these early populations wouldn’t have contributed to modern mainland India’s genetic makeup. And founding populations of today’s Indian groups wouldn’t have reached South Asia until well after Indo-European speakers"
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Which means that the Aryans (genetically) have nothing to do with the modern Indians who came after them. Since we know what genetic groups were involved in early India, both the indigenous as well as the inward migrating groups, this still invalidates the AIT.