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  • Early Indian sculpture
  • Early India
  • The Indian Subcontinent
  • FOUNDATION MAP 3.1 India’s Geography and Early Cities, Third Millennium B.C.E.
  • Harappan India: Early Indus Valley Societies
  • Excavations at Mohenjo-Daro, with citadel in background.
  • One of many inscribed square seals found in the Indus Valley cities.
  • Bronze statuette of a dancing girl, found at Mohenjo-Daro.
  • Vedic India: The Aryan Impact
  • MAP 3.2 Aryans Migrate into India, Second Millennium B.C.E.
  • The Religions of India
  • Hindu deities Vishnu and Lakshmi depicted in stone sculpture as sensuous lovers.
  • Post-Vedic India: Connections and Divisions
  • MAP 3.3 Persian Empire Connects India with West Asia and North Africa After 518 B.C.E.
  • MAP 3.4 Mauryan Empire Unites Much of India, 321–184 B.C.E.
  • MAP 3.5 Trade Routes Link India with Other Lands by Late First Millennium B.C.E.
  • MAP 3.6 The Kushan Kingdom (50–240 C.E.) and Buddhism’s Spread
  • Statue of the Buddha from Central Asia, third century C.E.
  • MAP 3.7 The Gupta Empire in 413 C.E.
  • Indian Society and Culture
  • The Great Stupa at Sanchi in India, commissioned by Emperor Ashoka.
  • Key Dates and Developments
  • Judge ch03 lecture

    1. 1. Connections: A World History Second Edition Chapter3 Societies and Beliefs of Early India, to 55 C.E. Connections: A World History, Second Edition Edward H. Judge • John W. Langdon
    2. 2. Early Indian sculpture
    3. 3. Early India
    4. 4. Societies and Beliefs of Early India, to 550 C.E. • The Indian Subcontinent • Harappan India: Early Indus Valley Societies • Vedic India: The Aryan Impact • The Religions of India • Post-Vedic India: Connections and Divisions • Indian Society and Culture
    5. 5. The Indian Subcontinent
    6. 6. FOUNDATION MAP 3.1 India’s Geography and Early Cities, Third Millennium B.C.E.
    7. 7. The Indian SubcontinentA. Geography 1. Geographic diversity and political disunity 2. Ganges and Indus Rivers
    8. 8. Harappan India:Early Indus Valley Societies
    9. 9. Harappan India: Early Indus Valley SocietiesA. Early Cities 1. Emergence of urban society 2. Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro
    10. 10. Excavations at Mohenjo-Daro, with citadel in background.
    11. 11. Harappan India: Early Indus Valley SocietiesB. Farming, Culture, and Commerce 1. Farming, fertility, and family 2. Cross-cultural connections
    12. 12. One of many inscribed square seals found in the Indus Valley cities.
    13. 13. Harappan India: Early Indus Valley SocietiesC. The Decline of Harappan Society
    14. 14. Bronze statuette of a dancing girl, found at Mohenjo-Daro.
    15. 15. Vedic India:The Aryan Impact
    16. 16. Vedic India: The Aryan ImpactA. Aryan Incursions and the Rise of Vedic Culture 1. Aryan arrival 2. Vedic culture 3. Aryan society
    17. 17. MAP 3.2 Aryans Migrate into India, Second Millennium B.C.E.
    18. 18. Vedic India: The Aryan ImpactB. The Emergence of Caste 1. Caste and subcasteB. Family, Status, and Stability 1. Stability and mobility
    19. 19. The Religions of India
    20. 20. The Religions of IndiaA. Brahmanism 1. Samsara, dharma, and karmaB. Jainism: Reverence for All Living Things 1. Ahimsa and mokshaC. Buddhism: The Path to Inner Peace 1. Siddhartha Gautama 2. The Four Noble Truths 3. Appeal of Buddhism
    21. 21. The Religions of IndiaD. Hinduism: Unity and Diversity 1. Vedic origins 2. Hinduism and caste 3. Devotional practices
    22. 22. Hindu deities Vishnu and Lakshmi depicted in stone sculpture as sensuous lovers.
    23. 23. Post-Vedic India:Connections and Divisions
    24. 24. Post-Vedic India: Connections and DivisionsA. Conflicts and Contacts with Persians and Greeks 1. Persian conquest of Indus Valley 2. Alexander the Great
    25. 25. MAP 3.3 Persian Empire Connects India with West Asia and North Africa After 518 B.C.E.
    26. 26. Post-Vedic India: Connections and DivisionsB. The Rise of the Mauryan Empire 1. Chandragupta MauryaB. Ashoka’s Reign: Buddhism and Paternalism 1. War and conversion 2. Ashoka’s rule
    27. 27. MAP 3.4 Mauryan Empire Unites Much of India, 321–184 B.C.E.
    28. 28. Post-Vedic India: Connections and DivisionsD. India After Ashoka: New Connections and Conflicts 1. Mauryan collapse 2. Southern India 3. Northern kingdoms and connections
    29. 29. MAP 3.5 Trade Routes Link India with Other Lands by Late First Millennium B.C.E.
    30. 30. Post-Vedic India: Connections and DivisionsD. India After Ashoka: New Connections and Conflicts 1. Buddhism’s spread and division
    31. 31. MAP 3.6 The Kushan Kingdom (50–240 C.E.) and Buddhism’s Spread
    32. 32. Statue of the Buddha from Central Asia, third century C.E.
    33. 33. Post-Vedic India: Connections and DivisionsD. India After Ashoka: New Connections and Conflicts 5. Hinduism’s evolution and enduranceD. The Gupta Empire and Its Commercial Connections
    34. 34. MAP 3.7 The Gupta Empire in 413 C.E.
    35. 35. Indian Society and Culture
    36. 36. Indian Society and CultureA. Caste, Family, and Gender 1. Caste and family 2. Marriage 3. Women’s rights and rolesB. The Visual Arts 1. Influences
    37. 37. The Great Stupa at Sanchi in India, commissioned by Emperor Ashoka.
    38. 38. Indian Society and CultureC. Science and MathematicsD. Philosophy and Literature: Upanishads and Epics 1. Upanishads 2. Epics
    39. 39. Key Dates and Developments

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