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Contact and Interaction<br />
Reasons for Interaction - India<br />Trade<br />Overland trade<br />Maritime trade<br />Territorial expansion<br />Buildin...
Trade in IndiaOverland trade<br /> As early as 4000 years ago in the Indus civilisation<br />Evidences of variety of goods...
Trade in IndiaMaritime Trade<br />Indus people traded in Mesopotamia by boats<br />Evidences of seals, weights, silver<br ...
Trade in IndiaTerritorial Expansion<br />Aryans travelled to the Ganges plains and spread the Sanskrit language, the caste...
Trade in IndiaBuilding relationship<br />Sent ambassador to learn about other kingdoms and civilisations<br />
Trade in ChinaOverland Trade<br />The Silk Road<br />Interaction with foreigners began<br />Worried that the foreigners wo...
The Silk Road <br />Importance of silk trade discovered by Han Wudi<br />Linked Asia to Europe<br />Traded items such as t...
The Silk Road<br />Exchange of inventions and ideas between people <br />Sports and culture were also exchanged<br />Lost ...
Trade in ChinaMaritime Trade<br />Developed after overland trade<br />Offices were set up in the southern ports of China (...
Trade in ChinaNaval expeditions<br />Admiral Zheng He led 7 expeditions with the purpose of forming friendships<br />Ruler...
Trade in ChinaTerritorial Expansion<br />Under Han Wudi, military conquests extended chinese control<br />Trade routes wer...
Trade in ChinaDiplomacy<br />Tribute system<br />Foreigners visit the emperor and kneel to show respect<br />Bring gifts f...
Trade in Southeast AsiaMaritime Trade<br />Due to geographical constraints, maritime trading was more common among the peo...
Trade in SEASpice Routes<br /> network of sea routes linking Asia and Europe<br />Port cities such as Palembang and Melaka...
Trade in SEAShipping<br /> built large ships called jongs (using teak)<br />Carried cargo and sailed as far as the Persian...
Trade in SEATerritorial expansion<br />Rise and expansion of kingdoms<br />Ayudhya dynasty<br />Majapahit kingdom<br />
Trade in SEADiplomacy<br />Cambodia and Melaka paid tributes to China <br />
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Contact And Interaction

  1. 1. Contact and Interaction<br />
  2. 2. Reasons for Interaction - India<br />Trade<br />Overland trade<br />Maritime trade<br />Territorial expansion<br />Building good relationship<br />diplomacy<br />
  3. 3. Trade in IndiaOverland trade<br /> As early as 4000 years ago in the Indus civilisation<br />Evidences of variety of goods<br />Overland routes were difficult and dangerous<br />Routes were more established by the Mauryan dynasty and the Gupta dynasty<br />Towns grew and prospered - Jaisalmer<br />
  4. 4. Trade in IndiaMaritime Trade<br />Indus people traded in Mesopotamia by boats<br />Evidences of seals, weights, silver<br />New sea routes were founded - use of monsoon winds<br />Dangers on the sea - pirates<br />
  5. 5. Trade in IndiaTerritorial Expansion<br />Aryans travelled to the Ganges plains and spread the Sanskrit language, the caste system and their religion across India<br />Alexander the Great opened the pathway for other Indian invasions such as the Mauryan empire<br />
  6. 6. Trade in IndiaBuilding relationship<br />Sent ambassador to learn about other kingdoms and civilisations<br />
  7. 7. Trade in ChinaOverland Trade<br />The Silk Road<br />Interaction with foreigners began<br />Worried that the foreigners would threaten confucian values<br />Chinese emperor banned people from travelling outside the empire<br />
  8. 8. The Silk Road <br />Importance of silk trade discovered by Han Wudi<br />Linked Asia to Europe<br />Traded items such as tea, pottery, salt, spices, perfumes, gold, wine and glass<br />Chinese traders need not travel out of China to trade<br />China grew rich through the trade of silk<br />
  9. 9. The Silk Road<br />Exchange of inventions and ideas between people <br />Sports and culture were also exchanged<br />Lost its importance as a trade route after the establishment of more advanced sea route<br />
  10. 10. Trade in ChinaMaritime Trade<br />Developed after overland trade<br />Offices were set up in the southern ports of China (Hangzhou, Guangzhou, Xiamen) to encourage trade with foreign traders<br />traders travelled out of China to Southeast Asia and India and became entrepreneurs<br />
  11. 11. Trade in ChinaNaval expeditions<br />Admiral Zheng He led 7 expeditions with the purpose of forming friendships<br />Rulers paid tribute to China<br />
  12. 12. Trade in ChinaTerritorial Expansion<br />Under Han Wudi, military conquests extended chinese control<br />Trade routes were established <br />Culture spreads<br />
  13. 13. Trade in ChinaDiplomacy<br />Tribute system<br />Foreigners visit the emperor and kneel to show respect<br />Bring gifts for the emperor in return for trade along the Silk Road<br />Used as a form of protection against other kingdoms<br />
  14. 14. Trade in Southeast AsiaMaritime Trade<br />Due to geographical constraints, maritime trading was more common among the people in SEA<br />Ports in SEA became convenient resting points<br />Valued spices were available in SEA<br />
  15. 15. Trade in SEASpice Routes<br /> network of sea routes linking Asia and Europe<br />Port cities such as Palembang and Melaka grew<br />Religions, cultures spread (especially indianisation)<br />
  16. 16. Trade in SEAShipping<br /> built large ships called jongs (using teak)<br />Carried cargo and sailed as far as the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea<br />
  17. 17. Trade in SEATerritorial expansion<br />Rise and expansion of kingdoms<br />Ayudhya dynasty<br />Majapahit kingdom<br />
  18. 18. Trade in SEADiplomacy<br />Cambodia and Melaka paid tributes to China <br />

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