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  • 1. Social Science project
  • 2. Submitted to:Sudeep MamSubmitted to:Vishal Sharma andJatin Gaur
  • 3. GuptaEmpire320 CE – 647 CE
  • 4.  Chandra Gupta I Gupta Rulers  r. 320 – 335 CE  “Great King of Kings” Chandra Gupta II  r. 375 - 415 CE  Profitable trade with the Mediterranean world! Hindu revival. Huns invade – 450 CE
  • 5. Fa-Hsien: Lifein Gupta India Chinese Buddhistmonk traveled alongthe Silk Road andvisited India in the5c. He was followingthe path of theBuddha.
  • 6.  He reported the people to be happy,relatively free of governmentoppression, and inclined towardscourtesy and charity. Other referencesin the journal, however, indicate thatthe caste system was rapidlyassuming its basic features, including"untouchability," the social isolation ofa lowest class that is doomed tomenial labor.
  • 7. Chandra Gupta 11
  • 8. International Trade Routes during the Guptas
  • 9. Extensive Trade: 4c sp ic es srice & silk ood s g whea t on horses t co t s spice ry & ivo gold & ivorygold s on good co t t
  • 10. GuptaAchievements
  • 11. Gupta Art Greatly influencedSoutheast Asian art & architecture.
  • 12. Medicine Printed medicinal guides• 1000 diseases classified• 500 healing plants identified Plastic Surgery C Sections Performed Inoculations
  • 13. Mathematics Decimal System Concept of Zero Hindu-Arabic NumeralSystem Pi = 3.1416 The beginnings of Algebra
  • 14. Literature Panchatantra- most famousstory book with 87 stories Many fables and folktales suchas the Tale of Sinbad the Sailorwere translated and becameknown in Persia and in EuropeKalidasa- often compared withShakespeare
  • 15. Kalidasa The greatest of Indian poets. His most famous play was Shakuntala. During the reign of Chandra Gupta II.
  • 16. Astronomy Solar CalendarCalculated thesize of the moonand Indianastronomerswrote ongravitation
  • 17. Bhartrhari 5c India court poet and philosopher.Knowledge is mans crowning mark,A treasure secretly buried,The source of luxury, fame, and bliss,A guru most venerable,A friend on foreign journeys,The pinnacle of divinity.Knowledge is valued by kings beyond wealth---When he lacks it, a man is a brute.
  • 18. The Decline of the Guptas Invasion of the White Huns in the 4csignaled the end of the Gupta Golden Age,even though at first, the Guptas defeatedthem. After the decline of the Gupta empire,north India broke into a number of separateHindu kingdoms and was not really unifiedagain until the coming of the Muslims in the7c.

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