In India specifically, a completely new culture and society emerged during 1500 BC-600 BC.It was not hard however since the country had been a spectator of the multiple developments of culture and society during the early Bronze Age. There are four different books to the Vedas and are often referred to as the Bibles of Hinduism. The first one being Rig
Population growth had played a large role in the urbanization of cities, and affected agriculture, placing a larger reliance on these systems to provide food for many. 4. Trade had served as a focal point in the economy of southern India, with interior trading occurring, affecting economic development largely. In terms of trade centers, temples had acted as a meeting ground, with large areas of traffic, as well as taxes, and banks existing. 5.
The imperial British thought that their influence on Indian society was furthering the evolution of the people. The growing authority of British was slowly rotating India into an oversea empire and some of the practices were having shocking effects on the welfare of millions of Indians. Since there were no recognized guidelines for working conditions, pay or work time, many Indians worked many hours in harsh situations with little or no food. This flashed one of the largest famines in world history. Even though the Indians shaped plenty of food to support their country, it was all sitting
In the era of imperialism, some countries seized the world hegemony by plundering the territories of others countries and developing their own economy and culture aggressively in their colonial countries. As an important fuse, the emergence and development of capitalism had a significant impetus of formation of imperialism. Just as the core-periphery geographical form conveys, these imperialist countries divided the world greedily, and the capitalist classes suppressed the lower classes unfairly in both their own country and colonial countries. Take the Great Britain as an example, since Columbus discovered the new route, the world have become more connected. Gradually, the Atlantic coast of Europe became the world’s major trading centre started
This myth represents moral and religious elements as one can notice the hero’s of the story Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Bharata, Hanuman, and Ravana are all faithful and conscious of the Indian and Nepal culture. This story also covers the regional country around India, such as Thailand and Indonesia. This concept covers all myths and cultural stories around the world because they don’t address a nation but a whole regent. We can find this in the Arabic myths and folks story. This explains the shared values and human concerns
GHATAM has found its place in ancient books on musical instruments. Ghatam is known as Noot in Kashmir and Mudki in Rajasthan, it was a folk instrument in olden days. In South India, Ghatam is highly sophisticated instrument raised to concerts status. Apart from traditional concert platforms, Ghatam instrument in India is also gaining prominent
It has been proved that the history of kings have been described in those Puranas. Jataka stories and other Puranas have undergone changes through the ages. The reason behind those changes are religious practices, divine things and cultural policy followed by those dynasties. Every dynasty and princely states( ? ), according to their cultural and political goals, manipulated or rewrote the
1. Indus Valley Civilization (2600-1900 BC) The Indus valley civilization was the earliest society, which had developed an elaborate urban system depicted in terms of streets, public baths, temples and granaries etc. They also had the means of mass production of pottery, houses of backed bricks and a script of their own. So we can say that the story of early chemistry in India begins from here. Pottery: It could be regarded as the earliest chemical process in which materials were mixed, moulded and fired to achieve desirable qualities.
It was the Egyptians who invented the very first alphabet in about 300 BC, which has been highly influenced for the origin of the English alphabet. In a comparison with the other nations it is envisaged that the history of the alphabet of Sri Lanka goes for years. It has been proved through a research conducted by the former commissioner of archeology Dr. Shiran Daraniyagala that there was a civilization comprised with literacy here in Sri Lanka. This fact was supported by the evidence in a piece of mud pot founded from an excavation in Anuradhapura Athugal Nuwara in which the word “ANURUDA” has been indicated in Aryan Prakrit language (Brahmi) letters somewhere in 500 BC. Those were quit similar to the ancient Indian Brahmi letters.
3.0 Discovery of Sanskrit Sanskrit can be defined as an ancient, classical language of India that was historically used to write scriptures and poems. However, it was mainly utilised in matters related to religion and science. The term ‘Sanskrit’ alone means “complete or perfect” (Robertson & O’Connor, 2000). Many Indian grammarians studied the language but the most prominent of them all was Panini. His works consisted of comprehensive notations in the areas of phonetics, phonology, and morphology.