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W.H Chpt. 3;Sect. 1

TermDefinition
monsoons winds that marked the seasons of India
citadel strong central fortress of a city
epics long poems based on historical or religious themes
raja prince who ruled an Indo-Aryan city-states
caste system form of social orginization that began after the Indo-Aryan mirgration
varnas social classes in indian society
monoism belief of unity of god and creation
maya one of the most advanced early people of the America's occupying most of Yucat√°n Peninsula
reincarnation belief of rebirth in souls
nirvana perfect spritual place; as taught in Hinduism
polythestic based on belief of many gods
polygyny practice where men can have more than one wife
suttee practice where women commit sucide after husband's death
inoculation practice of infecting people with a mild form of diseases to protect them from more harmful ones
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