Researchers in Britain have revealed that climate change was not the cause of the very cruel Mongol ruler Genghis Khan, who was responsible for ending the civilization found in Central Asia some 700 years ago. For this research, researchers studied the banks of rivers near the Aral Sea in Central Asia, which were huge at that time but have shrunk to a large extent.
According to the news of the Daily Mail, hundreds of years ago the Aral Sea and the rivers falling in it were at the center of the Central Asian civilization that used their water for irrigation in the fields. The fall of this region has often been attributed to the Mongol attacks and was led by the brutal ruler Genghis Khan in the early 13th century.
‘Changing climate causes destruction of Central Asian civilization’
New research on rivers has revealed that the changing climate and bad conditions were the real reason for the destruction of Central Asian civilization. Experts had studied the impact of climate change on floodwaters in the region. They found that the declining water level and drought in the rivers ended the civilization found here.
Please tell that Genghis Khan was the founder of the cruel Mongol Empire. Genghis Khan established his rule in neighboring countries and Asia by killing 4 crore people. Professor Mark Macklin, the author of this latest research, said that our research shows that the great civilizations of Central Asia were not destroyed by Genghis Khan but because o