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subcontinent a landmass that is very large yet smaller than the continent
monsoon seasonal winds that blow across the Indian subcontinent.
Vedas religious texts of Hinduism
caste a social class in ancient India.
Ganges River holiest river to Hindus. They believe bathing in this river will wash away their sins
Aryan nomads from Europe and asia who migrated to India and settled there. Vedas suggest this was the beginning of the caste system
untouchables lowest class of people in the caste system of Hinduism who do all the dirty work of society
Indus River river in India that flows through the Himalayan mountains
migrate move from one area or country to another
citadel a fortress, typically on high ground, protecting or dominating a city
Created by: cindywells