During the classical period, the Indian Ocean Basin was filled with diversity and assortment. The development of cross-cultural exchanges in the Basin brought new ideas, technologies, items, and different ways of thinking. During this evolving new era, multicultural exchanges of trade and religion were the most prominent in the Indian Ocean Basin. Cross-cultural exchange in the Indian Ocean Basin mainly included trade and religion. Firstly, document one and four explained the cross cultural interaction of the Indian Ocean Basin through trade.
The Vedas, the sacred text, can also be referred as the Shruti. Veolas, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, and Agamas are major scriptures that support Zaehhner R. C. (1992) The Four Puruṣᾱrthas. These four principles can also be seen as the proper goals of one how practices the religion that include Dharma, Artha, Kama, Moksha, and Samsara. Klostemaier (A Survey of Hinduism 2007) The beginning, or start of the religion is very complex. They had 3 social functions that were shown to them by the Aryans, the priesthood, warriors, agriculture, and slaves.
Religion had become increasingly important by the turn of the 16th century because of the desire and race to expand the religion. Religious
There are many examples on how the Greek culture spread. The first example, is that the religion most directly influenced by Greek art and ritual was Buddhism in India. (Doc E) Second, is that there were about 900 years after Alexander that Greek literature and theater remained strong cultural influences in the eastern Mediterranean and Middle East. (Doc E) Finally, the last example is that the Greek language remained official in Jordan for 1,000 years (Doc E). Alexander spread culture with some help too.
Buddhism spread much more differently from the Islamic culture. The Budha is reported to have exhorted his monks to spread Buddhism. Monks are people who travel through land and sea to spread their religion. They were in the company of traders and royal emissaries. The first mission was to the land of Sri Lanka and led by son of Asoka found all in document 7.
In general, Asceticism describes an abstinent life from worldly pleasures. Jainism is an ascetic religion with its origins in the prehistory of India. It is still practiced today by several million people. The goal of Jainism is to liberate the soul from matter. The philosophical basic views the flesh as being evil, because it traps the spirit.
Their military was very tactical and the man in their military were train in the ways of achy and lead by a conn. The relationship between the Byzantine Empire and the Turkish nomads, the defeat the Byzantine Empire. They influence India repassed the chosen their religion at the time was Buddhism and Hinduism and faced Islamic religion on to the India’s. Turkish rule had great social and cultural implications in India, as it did in Anatolia. Mahmud of Ghazni was a zealous foe of Buddhism alike, and his forces stripped Buddhist and Hindu establishments of their wealth, destroyed their buildings, and often slaughtered their residents and
Buddha Siddhartha Gautama was born in the clan named Shakyas in Lumbini. His father was the King to the tribe, which was economically poor. (Buddha Biography.com) His mother died 7 days after his birth. A holy man prophesied great things for him. Siddhartha Gautama will become a great king or a military leader.
Ashoka had to ask himself this question too. Ashoka ruled India from 268 BCE until he died in 232 BCE. Ashoka had edicts written on pillars, boulders, and walls. Ashoka became a Buddhist and worked on spreading the beliefs and faith throughout his reign. Ashoka is considered to be either a ruthless warrior or an enlightened ruler.