इन्डो-ईरानी गण

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Map of the Sintashta-Petrovka culture (red), its expansion into the Andronovo culture (orange) during the 2nd millennium BC, showing the overlap with the Bactria–Margiana Archaeological Complex (chartreuse green) in the south. The location of the earliest chariots is shown in magenta.

इन्डो-ईरानीयन गण, वा इन्डो-ईरानीक गण[१] र काहिले काहीं आर्य वा आर्यन (स्वघोषित नाम), एक भाषिक-जातिय समुह थियो जसले भारोपेली भाषा परिवार को ठूलो शाखा इन्डो-ईरानीयन भाषाहरू यूरेसियामा ल्याएका थिए ।

नामाङ्करण[सम्पादन गर्ने]

आर्यन शब्दको अर्थ इन्डो-ईरानीयन हो किनकि आर्य इन्डो-ईरानीयन भाषाहरू बोल्ने प्राचीन जातिको एक स्वघोषित नाम हो, विशेषतः ईरानीइन्डो-आर्य गणहरूलाई सामुहिक रूपमा इन्डो-ईरानी भनिन्छ ।[२][३] यस जातिय समुहलाई जनाउन केही विद्वानहरू इन्डो-ईरानीयन शब्द को प्रयोग गर्दछन् भने केही "आर्यन" शब्द को प्रयोग गर्दछन् ।[४][५][६][७]

भाषा[सम्पादन गर्ने]

इन्डो-ईरानी भाषाहरू

सन्दर्भ[सम्पादन गर्ने]

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