One thing that stands out clear and unmistakable is that the civilization revealed at Indus Valley is not incipient, but one already age-old and stereotyped on Indian soil, with many millenniums of human endeavor behind it
The word 'Hindu' does not occur at all in our ancient literature
The most beautiful, perhaps the only true philosophical song existing in any known tongue
At this dawn of India's story, she does not appear as a puling infant, but already grown up
Out of the synthesis of Aryans and Dravidians grew the Indian races and the basic Indian culture, which had distinctive elements of both.
A Muslim or Christian Indian is as much a “Hindi” as a person who follows Hinduism as a religion
Caste began with a hard and fast division between Aryans and non-Aryans, the latter again being divided into the Dravidian races and the aboriginal tribes.
In Rig Veda we can find the first outpourings of the human mind, the glow of poetry, the rapture at nature's loveliness and mystery. And the beginnings of the brave adventures