This was possible just 4000 years ago since we learned farming. before that we lived in mountains, caves and forests. We collected our foods from there not on the plains. We live in the villages, in the cities for only 30% of our tenure.

There are different religions, cultures today. Only 4000 years ago, there was mainly nature worshipping. They have been practicing traditional religion for only 1.5% of a human period. Before that, there was no conventional religion on earth even 40,000 thousand years ago. That is, totalitarianism, we are worshipping nature about 12% of our time- span.


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Human colour varied from just 3-5 thousand years ago. That is only 2% of its total time period. Before that everyone was black. The ethnic groups are a mixture of many people. The Continuation of mixture is going on. North Indian communities have been created only 3 thousand years ago.

But before emerging conventional religions these populations have learned farming, the bricks that is used to make houses, they knew how to build castles, draining systems also. They erected Pyramid, the Sindhu Valley has also been created. Businesses have started trading on waterways and land routes.


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They have learned how to write, to read, to use metal from copper, to use bronze, gold, silver. Also learned to draw pictures, to dance, to sing, to play chess and dice. Europe's pride has been developed without conventional religion - Greek and Roman civilization. Nothing has been stuck before the invention of conventional religions.


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We do not know how to get the form of ethnic groups only after one thousand years. What would happen if the conventional religions exist at all? What will happen with its evolution! What will be occured with the countries! There is any thought about this? Discuss elaborately.


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Information courtesy

David Reich, ‘Who we are and how we got here’: Oxford University Press, 2019

২. Yuval Noah Harari, ‘Sapiens, A Brief History of Humankind’: Penguin Random House, 2015