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Highest mountain in the world and located in Northern India. The Himalayas
A lage landmass that is smaller than a continent. subcontinent
A seasonal wind patternsthat cause wet and dry season. monsoon
The most important language of ancient India. Sanskrit
Division of Indian society into groups based on person's birth, wealth, or occupation. caste system
Largest religion in India today. Hinduism
Process of rebirth. reincarnation
The effects that good or bad actions have on a personal's soul. karma
Teaching of a man named Mahavira Jainism
Avoidance of violent actions. nonviolence
Going without fruit. fasting
focusing of the mind on spiritual ideas. meditation
The "Enlightened One." The Buddha
A religion based on the teachings in Buddha. Buddhism
A statue of perfect piece. nirvana
People who works to spread their religious beliefs. missionaries
Leader who controled entire northern part of India. Chandragupta Maurya
Strong ruler who became king after Chandragupta died and also converted with Buddhism. Asoka
Leader who controlled Gupta Empire. Chandragupta II
The science of working metals. metallurgy
Mixture of two or more metals. alloys
The very numbers used Today. Hindu-Arabic numerals
Injecting a person with small dose of a virus to help him or her build up defences to disease. inoculation
The study of stars and planets astronomy
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