Aryans are nomadic people with a horse culture that came from the Northern part or Central Asia that travelled through the Khyber pass during 1500B.C. which possibly settled in the northern part of India and created the Brahmins, Kshatriyas, and the Vaisyas5 according to the Vedic documents. They spent almost 1000 years in India thus founded Hinduism and other cultural traditions and religions like Jainism and Buddhism. With the fast development of India, the neighbouring areas were attracted specifically Cyrus that leads the Persian Empire. This marks the second part of invasion in the Indian subcontinent.
In 90 AD Vedishri, son of the Satavahana king, Satakarni, the "Lord of Dakshinapatha, wielder of the unchecked wheel of Sovereignty", made Junnar, thirty miles north of Pune, the capital of his kingdom.The land of Maharashtra was also ruled by Kharavela, Western Satraps, Gupta Empire, Gurjara-Pratihara, Vakataka, Kadambas, Chalukya Empire, Rashtrakuta Dynasty, and Western Chalukya before Yadava rule In the early 14th century the Yadava dynasty, which ruled most of present-day Maharashtra, was overthrown by the Delhi Sultanate ruler, Ala-ud-din Khilji. Then Muhammad bin Tughluq occupied some parts of the Deccan, and he shifted capital from Delhi to Daulatabad in Maharashtra. He ruled this region up to 1347, later the local Bahmani Sultanate of Gulbarga took over this region under his control for next 150 years. Bahmani Sultanate was ended. And the religion of Bahamani Sultanate was run up to 1518.
The reign on Wang Mang and his dynasty did not last long, as he was overthrown by a peasant revolt in 25 CE. This initiated the reestablishment of the Han dynasty, commonly referred to as Eastern Han (25-220 CE). It received its name based on the relocation of the capital from Chang’an to the city of Loyang, which was located further east in China. It is important to identify the different time periods for which the Han dynasty ruled because several factors contributed to the collapse of the early Western Han dynasty, Wang Mang’s ruling, and then the later Eastern Han dynasty. All of which, in some way or another, were influenced by catastrophe, intruders, class conflict, societal contradiction, elite mismanagement or misbehaviour.
1854 William Cooper establishes his own practice in London, which seven years later becomes Cooper Brothers. 1865 Price, Holy-land and Waterhouse join forces in partnership 1874 Name changes to Price, Waterhouse & Co. 1898 Robert H. Montgomery, William M. Lybrand, Adam A. Ross Jr. and his brother T. Edward Ross form Lybrand, Ross Brothers and Montgomery. 1957 Cooper Brothers & Co (UK), McDonald, Currie and Co (Canada) and Lybrand, Ross Bros & Montgomery (US) merge to form Coopers & Lybrand. 1982 Price Waterhouse World Firm formed. 1990 Coopers & Lybrand merges with Deloitte Haskins & Sells in a number of countries around the world.
After being expelled from Chakanputun in 848 A.D., a group of Itzaes returned to Chichen Itzá and reestablished themselves in the city and brought back hybrid Toltec influences (Herrera 3). Chichen Itzá lies in the north central part of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, surrounded
• The year electricity was introduced in Delhi, the tram service was also started (1903). • The term Delhi is derived from the word ‘Dhilika’ which was made up of the sites of 18 different kings. • Delhi has been utterly destroyed and rebuilt seven times. • Some of the famous rulers to have ruled Delhi (dynasties) are: Tomaras, Mamluks, Khilji, Tughlaqs, Sayyids, Lodhis, Mughals, and British.
Babur, which in Arabic means “Tiger”, original name Ẓahir al-Din Muḥammad. He was born on the 15th of February 1483 and died the 26th of December, 1530 in Agra [India]. He was the first Mughal emperor, hence the founder of the Mughal dynasty of India, and ruled for a short period from 1526 to 1530. A descendant of the Mongol conqueror Chinggis (Genghis) Khan and also of the Turkic conqueror Timur (Tamerlane), Babur was a military adventurer, a soldier of distinction, and a poet and diarist of genius, as well as a statesman. Babur is rightly considered the founder of the Mughal Empire, even though the work of amalgamating the empire was done by his grandson Akbar.
At this point, Egyptians had spent 350 years as a province of The Ottoman Empire, when Napoleon comes in with a modern army, modern laws, and a printing press; you can see the shock to Egyptian society—and indeed, the whole of the Ottoman Empire (Tv tropes History of modern Egypt). In 1805, an Albanian officer in the Ottoman Army named Muhammad Ali became governor. Based on what the French had done, Muhammad Ali began modernizing Egypt, creating a European-style bureaucracy, establishing a military on Western lines, building a navy, constructing arsenals for the manufacture of modern weapons, building schools, and adopting a new cash crop for Egyptian farmers to raise and sell to Europe, and particularly Britain, whose cotton-hungry textile mills were leading the Industrial Revolution. From this point on, Egypt was more or less independent of the Sultan (Tv tropes History of modern Egypt). However, Muhammad Ali was also something of a traditionalist, regarding Egypt as his own personal domain and was more or less a traditional Middle Eastern despot.
He was born on 26th May 1954 in Belbas in Khoplang VDC of Gorkha district. In the civil war, more than 17000 Nepalese were killed. His main objective was to establish republican system in the country by terminating monarchy. He couldn’t achieve it by civil war ultimately elections were held in 2008 and it emerged parliamentary party. When we study about Mahatma Gandhi (02-10-1869 to 30-01-1948) he was a leader who believed in peaceful revolution and non-violent campaigns.
In 1350 AD different parts of the Awadh region were ruled by the Delhi Sultanate. Then for about eighty-four years (from 1394 to 1478) Awadh was part of the Sharqi Sultanate of Jaunpur, Emperor Humayun made it a part of the Mughal Empire around 1555. During the Mughal period, the emperors began to appoint Nawabs to ensure good governance of their provinces. Mohammad Amir Saadat Khan also called Burhan-ul-Mulk a Persian adventurer was appointed as the Nazim of Lucknow, one of the crucial provinces’ of that time.  In 1722 he established his court in Faizabad, near Lucknow.