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what documents from the aryan written tradition tell us about aryan society?
this is whta it tells about aryan society A major shift from oral to written tradition began with the arrival of the Aryans in India shortly after 2000 B.C. [ The Aryans developed the language of Sanskrit and it later became the canonical language of Hindu scriptures ]
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