ANCIENT INDIA AND MEDIEVAL INDIA BY R.S.SHARMA PDF

Ancient Indian History by R. It tells us how, when and where people developed the earliest cultures in our country. It indicates how they started agriculture which made life secure and settled. It shows how the ancient Indians discovered and utilized natural resources, and how they created the means for their livelihood We come to know how they took to farming, spinning, weaving, metal-working, and so on; how they cleared forests, and how they founded villages, cities, and finally large kingdoms. People are not considered civilized unless they know writing The different forms of writing prevalent in India today are all derived from the ancient scripts This is also true of the languages that we speak today The languages we use have roots in ancient times, and have developed through the ages. Ancient Indian history is interesting because India proved to be a crucible of numerous races.

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Ancient Indian History by R. It tells us how, when and where people developed the earliest cultures in our country. It indicates how they started agriculture which made life secure and settled. It shows how the ancient Indians discovered and utilized natural resources, and how they created the means for their livelihood We come to know how they took to farming, spinning, weaving, metal-working, and so on; how they cleared forests, and how they founded villages, cities, and finally large kingdoms.

People are not considered civilized unless they know writing The different forms of writing prevalent in India today are all derived from the ancient scripts This is also true of the languages that we speak today The languages we use have roots in ancient times, and have developed through the ages.

Ancient Indian history is interesting because India proved to be a crucible of numerous races. Each ethnic group contributed its mite to the making of Indian culture All these peoples mixed up so inextricably with one another that at present none Pf them can be , identified in their original form India has since ancient times been the land of several religions Ancient India witnessed the birth of Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism, but all these cultures and religions intermingled and acted and reacted upon one another in such a manner that though people speak languages, practise different religic observe different social customs, the certain common styles of life through country.

Our country shows a deep u unity m spite of great diversity. The ancients strove for unity. The upon this vast subcontinent as one 1 name Bharatavarsha or the land ol was given to the whole country, after of an ancient tribe called the Bharata people were called Bharatasantati or tl dants of Bharata Our ancient poets, ph and writers viewed the country as an ml They spoke of the land stretching from alayas to the sea as the proper domain universal monarch The kings who triei-lish their authority from the Himala Cape Comorin and from the vallt Brahmaputra m the east to the land t Indus in the west were Universally pra were called chakravartins.

In century B C Asoka extended his er the whole country, except for the extr Again, in the fourth century A. San carried his victorious arms from the borders of the Tamil Land.

In t century the Chalukya king, Pulakesi Harshavardhana who was called tl the whole of north India. In spite political unity political formations a country assumed more or less the s The idea that India constituted one single geographical unit persisted in the minds of the conquerors and cultural leaders.

The unity of India was also recognized by foreigners. They first came into contact with the people living on the Sindhu or the Indus, and so they named the whole country after this river. We find continuous efforts for the linguistic and cultural unity of the country. In the third century B.

Prakrit served as the lingua franca of the country. The process became prominent in the Gupta period in the fourth century A. Although politically the country was divided into numerous small states in the post,-Gupta period, the official documents were written in Sanskrit. Originally composed in Sanskrit these epics came to be presented in different local languages. The converts belonged to some caste, and even when they left Hinduism to join the new religion they continued to maintain some of their old caste practices.

In what ways does ancient Indian history show the basic unity of India?

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