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  • 1. Ancient India
  • 2. MAP OF ANCIENT INDIA
  • 3. Ancient India consisted of Northern India located in the mountains of Himalaya and Northwest India located in Hindu Kush. Northern India was encircled by three parts of water: the Arabian Sea, the Indian Ocean, and the bay of Bengal in the Northeast. The name India came from Indus River in India. Those People who live near the wet area, such as oceans and rivers survived with seafood. The people who live in the mountains needed to make textiles for get warm and keep the are dry. They needed to figure out to how to transport and conserve water. They make big in height and length walls to save the water. They make underground pipes to transport the water to other places from river. Geography
  • 4. Time Period There were many things that were discovered in the time period of ancient India. This time period was between 4000 B.C.E to 100 C.E.
  • 5. Golden Age The golden age of ancient India is between 320-550 CE, which is the Gupta period. It happened because ancient India was safe, they had powerful military to protect all people. They used elephants in wars as it meant fewer people got killed in war. People got health care and they didn’t need to pay. Writers, artist and musician produce their art and they were paid. Ancient India would have lots of resources for war to get safe.
  • 6. Government In the large kingdoms in India, people who had more power would be chosen as king and that person would be king forever. The king would be the ruler until his death. After that, his son would rule the kingdom. The king chose additional kings to rule different states. No citizens or non-citizens had power or were opposed to the kings. Until the 6th century B.C.E, there were 16 great kingdoms in ancient India.
  • 7. Economy The economy in ancient India was mainly based on agriculture and artitecture but some people did some other work to get money such as pottery, carpentry, metal-work, glass-work, leather-work and some of them were merchant/traders and craftsmen.
  • 8. Religion The main religion in ancient India was Hinduism. Besides Hinduism, there were other religions such as Buddhism, Jainism, Islam, and Sikhism. Hinduism is believed to be the oldest major religion in ancient India. There were the three main gods in Hindu: ▪ Brahma the creator ▪ Vishnu the preserver ▪ Shiva the destroyer. Shiva, in his cosmic dance of destruction. He is a most feared god, whose followers beg him to create and preserve. This is called “Siva’s dance” but in myth, people say that if Shiva is angry, he starts to break things. The one guru gave Shiva a power that he has 3 eyes.
  • 9. Technology They invented a system of mathematics, which consists of numbers, symbols and equations. Numbers- they only use number 0-9 even they use larger numbers. Symbols- there are addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Equations- they use symbols and numbers to make a statement of equal expression. They advocated a medicine system that used human intervention instead of depending on the divine. They advanced surgery, they introduced Vaccination, rhinoplasty, and eye surgery to the west. they invented a logical system of alphabets. they advanced industries such as metalworking, textiles and shipbuilding.
  • 10. Knowledge Ancient India was the first one to find a time measurement. In Jaipur people make a thing called “Jantar Mantar” and it helps people to produce great works on astronomy, chemistry, geography, medicine, and mathematics. Also, it made for observe the angles of the sun, moon, and stars in relation to earth. Gurukul system - Students live together and teachers live near the students. Students are go to at school called “Gurukul” and study 7-8 hours per day and after that they work a farm and some of them work on cleaning the Gurukul. In good weather, The class takes place under the trees; in rainy weather, the class takes place under the roof. They studied the Sanskrit language. Education was free for students, that means students doesn’t need to pay any fee. students were expect to be self-disciplined and self control.
  • 11. Arts & Culture The history of art in ancient India begins with painting or rock painting. They also used symbols in their paintings. They also used art in architecture. Their art is an expression of their life and holds their passion. For the music they produce their own music and sing in festival, weddings, and when they were pray. They plays lots of instruments are bansuri, harmonium, pakhawai, rudra-vina, santur, sarangi, sarod, shehnai, sitar, tabla tanpura.
  • 12. Architecture Indian architecture is as old as its history of the civilization. They had many different types of architectures such as the cave architecture rock cut and temple architecture. There are lots of Temples, Golden temple, Masjids, etc. Find and explain each of the work what they do and how they do it.
  • 13. Rise and Fall The Fall of Gupta Empire: On the 6th century, the Gupta Empire was already weak. The government was almost powerless until the governors of provinces became stronger until they became same stronger then king with their territory. New invaders called “the white Huns”. The Huns massacred the population and they burned the houses. The Huns did not stay very long in India after massive slaughter and destruction. The Huns could not bear the warmer climate in India.
  • 14. Contributions There were many things that were discovered by ancient Indian. They had a huge influence of science math and medicine. They were the first one to perform surgery. They invented algebra and trigonometry.
  • 15. Sources/Websites : http://www.jeywin.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/Indian-History-1-Ancient-India.pdf http://www.indianetzone.com/39/education_ancient_india.htm http://www.culturalindia.net/indian-history/ancient-india/ancient-geography.html http://asiasociety.org/countries/traditions/math-science-and-technology-india-ancient-recent http://www.sanatansociety.org/hindu_gods_and_goddesses/brahma.htm http://india.tilos.hu/english_hangszerek.html