In the light of these investigations our present Indian population is something like this. The first group was the first Homo sapiens and the Harappan people from Africa, with a mixture of genes from the Zagroz people of Iran: all of them became the Dravidian speakers of India. The second major group was the Harappan people who spoke Indo-European languages mixed with Aryans from outside. In addition, other small groups came from the southeast. In short, the search for the original Indian is futile. This fact is true not only for us, but the population of every country in the present world is a mixture of various colorful streams like the beautiful colors of the rainbow.
In the next episode, Yamnaya (Ymnaya) i.e. the Aryans who came to India will be mentioned.