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CHAPTER 4

Pirate Chart, Vocabulary Words, Chronology

QuestionAnswer
What was political about the Aryans ? They did not have a state or common government but, formed hundreds of chiefdoms/people of high rankings which were the leaders in that time, and so they organized around herding communities and agricultural villages.
What were the interactions within the Aryans ? Occasionally, ambitious chiefs sought to extend their authority/powerful by conquering regions and neighbors.
What was the religion of the Aryans ? The early of those transmitted were the Vedas, which were collections of hymns, songs, prayers, and rituals honoring the various gods of the Aryans. The Vedas represent a priestly perspective on events that have occurred.
What art and architecture were made by the Aryans ? Aryan migrants spread east and south and established communities throughout the Indian subcontinent. They also made kingdoms for tribal chiefs.
What technology were made by the Aryans ? The Aryans harnessed horses to carts or wagons to facilitate transportation. They also pulled chariots, which proved to be devastating war machines.
What were the economy of the Aryans ? The Aryans clashed repeatedly with the Dravidians. The Aryans practiced a limited amount of agriculture, but depended on pastoral economy.
What was the society of the Aryans ? Their society declined, bands of foreigners filtered into the Indian subcontinent and settled throughout the Indus valley. Their migrations took over place over several centuries, and Aryans conquered the Harappan society.
What was political about the Harappans ? The cities in Egypt were full of agricultural.
What were the interactions within the Harappans ? The cultivated wheat, which was one of the crops that grew in India.
What were the religion of the Harappans ? The Harappans believed in Hinduism, and worshiped the mother god. The principal god were the sun gods Amo and Re.
What art and architecture were made by the Harappans ? They built temples, where kings lived.
What technology were made by the Harappans ? The Indus civilizations built weapons for defense.
What was the economy of the Harappans ? They were developed in the valley of a river, "the Indus River" irrigated with crops. As agriultural yields increased rapidly, neolithic villages were evolving into cities.
What was society of the Harappans ? The Harappans civilizations population increased. The food supplies was cultivated from distant areas for Indus civilization.
What was political about the Dravidians ? A possible Dravidian displacement in the Indus valley due to an invasion or migration began to entertained.
What were the interactions within the Hardpans ? The Indus civilization collapsed due to environmental issues.
What was the religion within the Dravidians ? It was termed as "Deva Bhasha" because it was developed by highly spiritual Dravidian leaders. By practicing yoga, a form of intense and disciplined meditation, they could concentrate on the nature of Brahman and its relationships of their souls.
What were the art and architecture of the Dravidians ? They constructed cave paintings from an undetermined age, of early inhabitants of India.
What was the technology of the Dravidians ? Same as the Harappans they created granaries, warehouses, and public baths.
What was the economy of the Dravidians ? They produced agriculture from crops that grew from rich deposits of soil among the Indus. Most inhabitants of cities were artisans, merchants, and craft persons.
What was the society of the Dravidians ? They adapted to a language named" Sanskrit" and was spoken in common places.
What is the definition of Citadel ? Citadel is a fortress, typically a high ground/ protecting or dominating a city.
What is the definition of Harappan ? Harrappan is an ancient city of the Indus civilization.
What is the definition of Venerated ? Venerated is regard with great respect.
What is the definition of Pantheon ? Pantheon are gods of a set of religion.
What is the definition of Aryans ? Aryans is a hypothetical parent language of the Indo- European languages.
What is the definition of Rig Veda ? Rig Veda is the oldest and principal of the Vedas.
What is the definition of Indra ? Indra is a leader of the Vedas.
What is the definition of Caste System ? Caste System is a system of social stratification which has pre-modern orgins.
What is the definition of Brahmins ? Brahmins is a varna in Vedic Hinduism and a caste of people.
What is the definition of Kshatriyans ? Kshatriyans is a member of the fourth great Hindu castes/ military castes.
What is the definition of Vaishyas ? Vaishyas is a member of the third of the four Hindu Castes.
What is the definition of "Law Book of Manu" ? "Law of Book Manu" is the most studied of ancient legal text among Hinduism.
What is the definition of Braham ? Brahmins is a Varna in Vedic Hinduism and also a caste of people.
What is the definition of Doctrine ? Doctrine is a belief held by a taught by church.
What is the definition of Karma ? Karma is action. work or deed, and spiritual cause and effect where they intent actions.
What is the definition of Dravidian ? Dravidian is a native speaker on any Dravidian language of South Asia.
What is the definition of Varnas ? Raja is a monarch or princely rulers in South and Southeast Asia.
When did the beginning of agriculture in south Asian began ? 8000-7000 B.C.E.
When did the high point of Harappan society began ? 2500-2000 B.C.E.
When did the beginning of the Aryan migration to India began ? 1500 B.C.E.
When did the Vedic age began ? 1500 B.C.E.
When did the composition of the Rig Veda began ? 1400-900 B.C.E
When did the early Aryan migration into the Ganges river valley began ? 1000 B.C.E.
When did the emergence of Varna distinctions began ? 1000 B.C.E.
When did the formation of regional kingdoms in Northern India ? 1000-500 B.C.E.
when did the beginning of Harappan decline began ? 1900 B.C.E.
When did the composition of the principal Upanishads began ? 800-400 B.C.E.
When did the establishment of first Aryan cities in the Ganges valley began ? 750 B.C.E.
When did the early Aryan migration to the Deccan plateau began ? 500 B.C.E.
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