Genetic scientists confirmed invasion of Indo Europeans from Russian steppes to India
The authors of the study have analyzed genomes of 362 peoples from graves in Eastern Iran, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and Tadzhikistan, as well as Kazakhstan and countries of Indostan.
According to the obtained results, genetic traces of breeders of Yamna culture who lived in 3000 year B.C. in the regions of Don and Volga, expanded then not only to the West but also to the East up to the Altai Mountains. After this period, their movement to the East ceased, and they migrated to the South, through Middle Asia, to the right and left from the lake Balhash, through the territory of modern Uzbekistan. Approximately in 1500 A.D., the Yamna people through the area of modern Afganistan invaded the peninsula Hindustan.