The battle of the ten kings happened in around 1400bc
The battle of the ten kings
The battle took place during the middle or main Rigvedic period, near the Ravi River in Punjab. It was a battle between the Puru Vedic Aryan tribal kingdoms of the Bharatas, allied with other tribes of the north west India, and the Trtsu-Bharata (Puru) king Sudas, who defeats other Vedic tribes.
1400bc. click on this link and look over to the right side of page
600 years after the arrival of Aryans
The battle was fought between Aryans, the Puru, the vedic and other tribes.
The battle took place 600 years after the arrival of Aryans.
Aryans arrive 2000bc
relating to or denoting a people speaking an Indo-European language who invaded northern India in the 2nd millennium BC, displacing the Dravidian and other aboriginal peoples.
Though Aryans are associated with Norse folk. It was not actually norse folk that the puru and vedic were fighting, but instead Iranian Persians, that were/are descended from europeans that are in turn descended from norse people that migrated south during the younger dryas/last mini ice-age between 15,000bc and 9000bc, in Northern regions.