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Transcript
Area: India
Civilizations: Indus-Sarasvati; Mauryan Empire; Gupta Empire
vocabulary
citadel:
caste:
karma:
dharma:
samsara:
Geography- Sarasvati River:
travel;
Indus River:
food supply Ganges River:
Himalayan Mts:
Social
Brahmins:
structure
Kshatriyas:
Vaishyas:
Shudras:
Government Ashoka’s edicts: Buddhist values:
General welfare:
Justice:
Security:
Religion
Hinduism:
Buddhism:
4 Noble Truths:
Eightfold path:
The Arts
I-S: stone beads:
G: cave murals:
G: sculpture:
Technology I-S: sewer system:
Writing
Economytrading;
products
Leadershipimportant
people
G: metalwork:
G: roads:
Puranas:
Mahabharata:
Bhagavad Gita:
G: traded from city to city within empire
G: traders moved goods from middle of country to important waterways;
to ship them to other countries.
G: Roads connected India to China and Middle Eastern countries.
Siddhartha/Buddha:
King Ashoka:
Mahinda-son of Ashoka: sent to Ceylon to spread Buddhism
Aryabhata:
Other points A: edicts:
of interest
G: mathematics:
G: universities:
G: medical knowledge: