Presentation on theme: "North East Asia and Indian Culture Dr Preeti Awasthi."— Presentation transcript:
North East Asia and Indian Culture Dr Preeti Awasthi
World Culture - various forms
Culture of Asia Central Asia East Asia South Asia North Asia West Asia South- East Asia
North- East Asia CHINAINDIAJAPANKOREAHONGKONGMACAUTAIWAN
Ancient Cultures of the World Culture of India Culture of China Culture of Korea Culture of Japan
Indian Culture Indus Valley Civization Vedic Age Buddhism
Introduction of Buddhism to China
Culture of China Major culture of Neolithic China. Role of India in influencing the religion in China. Spread of Buddhism among the Chinese. Establishment of Buddhism in China. The development of Chinese Schools of Buddhism. Xuan-Zangs pilgrimage to India. Further development of Buddhism in China.
Culture of KOREA A stronger partner of India in North- East Asia. Spread of Buddhism in Korea. Period of suppression of Buddhism in Korea. Revival of Buddhism in Korea. Koreas unique historical role of harmony between different religious and philosophical streams. Koreas unique historical role of harmony between different religious and philosophical streams. Strong historical connections and shared common values.
Culture of Japan Introduction of Buddhism to Japan. The Nara Period (8 th century The Heian Period ( towards the end of 8 th century) The Kamakura Period ( towards the 12 th century) Japanese Buddhism Sects- a) The Jodo Shinshu Sect. b) The Nichiren Sect. c) The Zen Sect. Buddhism from the 16 th to 19 th century. Development in the present century.
Description of magical creatures, flora and fauna in the North- East Asian cultures. JAPAN a)Nekomatas - cats with two tails and having magical powers. *INDIA *INDIA b) Pishachas – haunting the cremation grounds to eat half burnt human corpses.
Magical creatures in Indian mythology
North – East Asian Literature INDIA- Kalidasa, Panini, Shudraka, bhasa,Sri Harsha and Jayadeva. CHINA- Li bai. JAPAN- Murasaki Shikibu, Matsuo Basho and Kobayashi Issa.
Indian Philosophy and Chinese Philosophy
China and India - Related yet different civilization.