Ppt on buddhism in india

CLASSICAL INDIA FROM THE MAURYANS TO THE GUPTAS. THE LATE VEDIC AGE The Vedic Age: 1500 – 500 BCE The Vedic Age: 1500 – 500 BCE Name from Vedas, which.

Hinayana or Theravada Hinayana or Theravada Continued to view Buddha as human Continued to view Buddha as human Practiced in Sri Lanka, parts of India, SE Asia Practiced in Sri Lanka, parts of India, SE Asia Buddhism died out in India as it merged with Hinduism Buddhism died out in India as it merged with Hinduism RISE OF MAURYAN EMPIRE Western Intrusions Western Intrusions Intrusions of Persians (520 B.C/


CLASSICAL INDIA FROM THE MAURYANS TO THE GUPTAS. THE LATE VEDIC AGE The Vedic Age: 1500 – 500 BCE The Vedic Age: 1500 – 500 BCE Name from Vedas, which.

Hinayana or Theravada Hinayana or Theravada Continued to view Buddha as human Continued to view Buddha as human Practiced in Sri Lanka, parts of India, SE Asia Practiced in Sri Lanka, parts of India, SE Asia Buddhism died out in India as it merged with Hinduism Buddhism died out in India as it merged with Hinduism RISE OF MAURYAN EMPIRE Western Intrusions Western Intrusions Intrusions of Persians (520 B.C/


Chapter 5, Lesson 4 EQ: What factors define power struggles and stable periods of rule? India 550 CE-1500.

, Jr. Where People Live in India Today Many Indian people live in villages in rural India Many Indian people live in villages in rural India Where People Live in India Other people in India live in large cities, like Other people in India live in large cities, like – New Dehli, the capital – Mumbai (West) – Kolkata (East) – Deccan (Southern Plateau), with cities like Bangalore and Chennai India’s People Have Different Religious Beliefs Hinduism Hinduism Buddhism Buddhism Islam (Muslims) Islam/


Ancient India Jeopardy!. Jeopardy Scoring Sheet Scoring SheetScoring Sheet.

Enlightenment while sitting under a tree. Buddhism $100 BACK TO BOARD ANSWER Leader of the government in Tibet, this man is the 14 th ruler of his kind in history. Buddhism $200 BACK TO BOARD ANSWER If /India $500 BACK TO BOARD Bonus Round Buddhist mind puzzles that questioned logical thought were known as these. Back Bonus Round Considered the greatest king in India’s history. Back Bonus Round Back Lama who leads the religion in Tibet. Bonus Round Scoring Sheet Name one Hindu god. Reference: Ancient India/


Recognizing Religious Symbols. Hinduism Followers: Hindus When: the oldest religious tradition; 5500 BCE Where: India How many: 1 billion (900 million.

Recognizing Religious Symbols Hinduism Followers: Hindus When: the oldest religious tradition; 5500 BCE Where: India How many: 1 billion (900 million in India) Hinduism Judaism Followers: Jews When: 2000 BCE Where: East Mediterranean (where Israel and Lebanon are today) How many: 13 million (40% in US and 40% in Israel) Judaism Buddhism Followers: Buddhism When: 5th century BCE Where: Begins North East of Indian Siddhartha Gautama (The Buddha/


The Art of India Buddhist and Hindu Art and Architecture.

a box-shaped harmika The Ruwanweliseya stupa, (above) at Anuradhapura (3rd century BC) is an example Development of Buddhism in India Buddhism has evolved into a highly complex faith with an elaborate artistic culture Various ‘reminders” have been developed to make / of a mandala has been purified, uplifted, and enlightened by the sacred energies of the spirits. Development of Buddhism in India One of the most important reasons for the wealth of Buddhist art is that lay followers are granted merit (karma/


INDIA A Overview of Indian History. Historically, India’s geographic boundaries were bigger than they are today Bangladesh + India + Pakistan = India.

Path Nirvana Escape from the cycle of rebirth- you no longer exist Types of Buddhism  Theravada Buddhism  Mahayana Buddhism  Tibetan Buddhism  Zen Buddhism  Theravada Buddhism  Mahayana Buddhism  Tibetan Buddhism  Zen Buddhism The Spread of Buddhism Maurya Empire (322-185 BCE) Dynasty started by Chandragupta Maurya  Unified northern India  Indus River to Ganges River  First unified centralized government in India  Divided his empire into provinces, then districts for tax assessments and law/


Copyright © 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Permission Required for Reproduction or Display. State, Society, and the Quest for Salvation in India 1.

Buddhist Council under Ashoka ca. 250 b.c.e.  Instantaneous enlightenment  Pali Canon 42 Copyright © 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Permission Required for Reproduction or Display. The Spread of Buddhism in India and Southeast Asia  Asoka (273 BCE)  The Rock Edicts—35 :  Systematic moral education  Missionaries Copyright © 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Permission Required for Reproduction or Display. The Spread of/


Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…. Ancient India GeographyHinduismBuddhism and Golden Age India’s LegacyTerms 200 400 600 800 1000 Bonus Question: 5000.

religion did Hinduism grow out of? Answer Brahmanism Buddhism: 200 Question: What is the definition of Buddhism? Answer A religion that began in India and is based of the teachings of Siddhartha Guatama (Buddha) Buddhism: 400 Question: What do Buddhists and Hindus have in common? Answer They both believe in reincarnation. Buddhism: 600 Question: What are two basic beliefs of Buddhism? – Hint: Buddha found one by meditation under a/


Chapter 7: India and China Establish Empires Chapter 8: African Civilizations Chapter 9: The Americas: A Separate World.

good deeds paid for the construction of stupas.  Just as Hinduism and Buddhism underwent changes, so did Indian culture and learning. India entered a highly productive period in literature, art, science, and mathematics that continued until roughly A.D./What do you think was the most significant effect of the changes to Buddhism and Hinduism during this period? Explain. Brahma  In the caste-system established by the Aryans in ancient India, what was the title of the highest class, which consisted of /


South Asia in Transition

religion A worldwide religious tradition based on the Vedas and the beliefs and traditions of the various groups in India…Hinduisms origins include cultural elements of the Indus valley civilization (c.3300 BC) South Asia in Transition Birthplace of four major religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism Buddhism is a non-theistic religion, a philosophy and a system of psychology, also known as – comes from/


AP World Review May 3, 2006 afternoon.

(learned people and judges) Mixed with Persians connected with Northern India North Africa cultures mixed East Asia after the fall of the Han the short Sui (589- 618) built Grand Canal then Tang until 907. Equal field system and tributary states included Silla Korea and Vietnam. Characterized by rise and fall of Buddhism in east Asia. Wu’s Wu di + and Wuzong – Growth/


Part 1: Buddhism Part 2: Hinduism Theme: How religions adapt and change Lesson 13.

Theme: How religions adapt and change Lesson 13 Part 1: Buddhism Lesson 13 Early Buddhism in India Founded by Siddhartha Gautama (born about 563 B.C.) According to legend, Gautama was raised in a pampered lifestyle but then he encountered an old man, a/birth, life, and death. One is liberated from this endless cycle of rebirth when nirvana is achieved. Buddhism’s Popularity in India Did not recognize social distinctions based on caste Appealed strongly to members of lower castes Did not demand rigorous /


© www.dharmaavenue.com Module 01Sub Module Lesson : 3B / TG / 04 ●CHARACTERISTICS AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF BUDDHISM INTRODUCTION TO BUDDHISM Summary of Lesson.

status of people. In Buddhism one finds milk for the babe and meat for the strong, and it appeals equally to both the rich and the poor. ●Just And Supportive It was also the Buddha who raised the status of women and brought them to a realization of their importance to society. Before the advent of the Buddha women in India were not held/


Classical India 1. How did India’s government change during the Maurya Dynasty? 2. What are some of the contributions of the Gupta Dynasty? 3. Which belief.

punishments Hinduism Who ruled during the Maurya Dynasty? l Asoka: Grandson of Chandragupta Converted to Buddhism Improved daily life l How did he rule India? Rejected violence Ruled by Example Buddhism Which belief systems were practiced in Classical India? l Hinduism: Polytheistic Karma Dharma Ahimsa Reincarnation Moksha Caste System l Buddhism: Four Noble Truths Eightfold Path Karma Dharma Ahimsa Reincarnation Nirvana What should we know about/


Crash Course Religions of the World: Buddhism

) on their own without the help of priest or Gods has no founder believes in the caste system Seek moksha (salvation) with help of priests and deities Cause of Decline in India #10 Much was absorbed by Hinduism Muslim Invaders Today small population of Buddhists in India OTHER RELIGIONS Jainism Comes from Buddhism. Leader- Mahavira Focuses on Ahimsa- strictly adheres to nonviolence. Sikhism- is a religion/


Early India AP World History. The Indus River Valley (India)

pleasure (kama) Salvation of the soul (moksha) 29 Popularity of Hinduism Gradually replaced Buddhism in India Gupta dynastic leaders extend considerable support 30 Classical India Indian Empires: Mauryan & Gupta The Mauryan Empire of India Indus River Valley After the river valley era, India transitioned into the Mauryan Empire Chandragupta Maurya became king of India in 321 BC, created a vast army, & conquered new lands Chandragupta’s empire controlled/


CLASSICAL INDIA FROM THE MAURYANS TO THE GUPTAS. RISE OF MAURYAN EMPIRE Ganges Republics Ganges Republics Prior to Alexander, kshatriyan (noble/warrior)

Hinayana or Theravada Hinayana or Theravada Continued to view Buddha as human Continued to view Buddha as human Practiced in Sri Lanka, parts of India, SE Asia Practiced in Sri Lanka, parts of India, SE Asia Buddhism died out in India as it merged with Hinduism Buddhism died out in India as it merged with Hinduism POPULAR HINDUISM The epics The epics Mahabharata Mahabharata A secular poem revised by brahmin/


Recognizing Religious Symbols. Hinduism Followers: Hindus When: the oldest religious tradition; 5500 BCE Where: India How many: 1 billion (900 million.

Recognizing Religious Symbols Hinduism Followers: Hindus When: the oldest religious tradition; 5500 BCE Where: India How many: 1 billion (900 million in India) Hinduism Judaism Followers: Jews When: 2000 BCE Where: East Mediterranean (where Israel and Lebanon are today) How many: 13 million (40% in US and 40% in Israel) Judaism Buddhism Followers: Buddhism When: 5th century BCE Where: Begins North East of Indian Siddhartha Gautama (The Buddha/


Introduction to Buddhism

its development Basic Doctrines : Four Noble Truth ( 四 聖 諦) Five Aggregates ( 五 蘊) Three Dharma Seal ( 三 法 印) Dependent Origination (緣起法) Karma , Rebirth (業,輪迴) Buddhist Meditation Brief history of Buddhism in India Buddhism originated in India. It not only played a predominant role at one time in India, but also spread to countries outside India. Nowadays, Buddhism is the world’s fourth largest religion -- it is estimated that about six per cent of the world’s population are/


Objectives Outline the essential beliefs of Hinduism.

focusing on priests, ritual and deities, Buddhism encouraged each person to seek self- enlightenment. The religion spread and the Buddha’s teachings were recorded. Buddhism continued to spread beyond the sub-continent. As it spread it split into two major sects: Theravada Buddhism Mahayana Buddhism. Buddhism eventually declined in India as it took root in other parts of Asia. Religions Founded in India Section Review QuickTake Quiz Know It, Show/


Geography and Early India

Path could lead any individual to nirvana. The Buddha’s teachings reached all classes. Buddhism began in India and then became a major religion. Buddhism branches out Asoka, one of the most powerful kings in India, became a Buddhist and spread Buddhism in India and foreign lands. Buddhist missionaries traveled the world to teach enlightenment. Buddhism splits Buddhism split into two main sects: Theravada and Mahayana. Members of the Theravada followed/


Chapter 9: Hinduism and Buddhism Examining Religious Beliefs

was for warriors and businessmen who felt scorned by Brahmins Decline paralleled decline of Gupta empire Many Indians could not easily distinguish Mahayana Buddhism from Hinduism Buddhists relied on Hindu priests to conduct life-cycle ceremonies Buddhism Decline of Buddhism in India [cont.] Hinduism became more attractive to Buddhists Hindu religion built on common folktales Could be Hindu and Buddhist at same time Neither group/


BUDDHISM.

"Ashoka Chakra" from its base has been placed onto the center of the National Flag of India. Greco-Buddhism Syncretism of Hellenistic culture and Buddhism in areas of modern-day Pakistan and Afghanistan and Indian border states Influenced the artistic expression and conceptual development of Buddhism The Silk Road In the second century bce, caravans began traveling a 4,000 mile route linking Southeast Asia with/


The Birth of Buddhism. In addition to Hinduism, another of the world’s major religions developed in ancient India. That religion was Buddhism. Much of.

Teachings not written down until first century BC; helped preserve, spread teachings throughout India Buddhism in India The Spread of Buddhism 200s BC, Buddhism reached peak in India during reign of emperor Ashoka Ashoka became Buddhist, helped spread Buddhism into all parts of India Ashoka Traders Trade also helped spread Buddhism beyond India 200s BC, merchants traveling routes from India to Central Asia introduced Buddhist teachings Traders from Central, Southeast Asia took Buddhist/


Buddhism Spreads to the West Buddhism in America.

personas into different manifestations of a single supreme deity or principle. Hinduism Indus Valley: renunciation, monks, meditation, passive Buddhism in India Aryan: caste, priests, family, scripture, aggressive China Japan Burma, Laos, Viet Nam, Sumatra, Thailand, Cambodia Tibet A majority religion in India A minority religion in India Buddhist values rooted in Indus Valley Civilization: renunciation, meditation, karma and rebirth, ultimate liberation. The Buddha Himself indicated the Indus Valley/


Chapter 6 – Ancient India

Path could lead any individual to nirvana. The Buddha’s teachings reached all classes. Buddhism began in India and then became a major religion. Buddhism branches out Asoka, one of the most powerful kings in India, became a Buddhist and spread Buddhism in India and foreign lands. Buddhist missionaries traveled the world to teach enlightenment. Buddhism splits Buddhism split into two main sects: Theravada and Mahayana. Members of the Theravada followed/


Chapters 2 and 3: The Classical Period in China and India AP World History, Mr. Bartula.

s One of Asoka ’s Stupa s During Ashoka’s reign Buddhism became dominant in India and threatened to wipe out Hinduism During Ashoka’s reign Buddhism became dominant in India and threatened to wipe out Hinduism After Ashoka’s death, Hinduism revived and Buddhism declined After Ashoka’s death, Hinduism revived and Buddhism declined Reasons for India’s Religious Shift After Ashoka Hindu syncretism: Brahmins accepted Buddha as/


Ancient India Origins of Buddhism. Siddhartha’s Search for Wisdom.

the masses. Lower castes liked the idea of having power to change their lives. The rich and powerful also followed embracing the idea of avoiding extreme behavior while seeking salvation. Buddhism Spreads in India According to tradition, 500 followers met after Buddha’s death to ensure his teachings were preserved and spread. They spread his teachings all over/


Ancient India and China-4 Mrs. Cox Paisley IB World History.

first century BC. The Spread of BuddhismBuddhism reached its peak in India in the 200s BC during the reign of the emperor Ashoka. Ashoka helped spread Buddhism into all parts of India. He encouraged missionaries to carry the Buddha’s message to lands outside of India.  Trade also helped to spread Buddhism beyond India into Central Asia and China. The Spread of BuddhismIn China, Buddhism slowly spread and blended with native/


Chapter 4 India and China. Section 1 Hinduism and Buddhism Hinduism and Buddhism.

as compassionate and more personal Described many heavens and hells Described many heavens and hells Decline in India Decline in India Hinduism ultimately absorbed some Buddhist ideas Hinduism ultimately absorbed some Buddhist ideas Buddhism generally driven out of India Buddhism generally driven out of India Section 2 Powerful Empires of India Powerful Empires of India The Maurya Empire Rival Rajah’s fought over control of Ganges Valley Rival Rajah’s/


WHI.04: India, China, and Persia. Objectives p. 043 WHI.4The student will demonstrate knowledge of the civilizations of Persia, India, and China in terms.

, Indian people made significant contributions to world civilization. 4.Hinduism was an important contribution of classical India. 5.Hinduism influenced Indian society and culture and is still practiced in India today. 6.Buddhism was founded by Siddhartha Gautama in a part of India that is in present-day Nepal. 7.Buddhism became a major faith when Asoka sent missionaries throughout Asia. 8.Classical China was centered on the/


Chapter 7 Review and Discussion. Ancient India Ganesha Hinduism is generally regarded as the worlds oldest organized religion.

complex social hierarchy, to politically unify India. Legacy Legacy The Mauryan Empire’s longest-lasting impact was to expedite the formation of a common Indian civilization. The Mauryan Empire’s longest-lasting impact was to expedite the formation of a common Indian civilization. Particularly important was the conversion of the Mauryan ruler Ashoka to Buddhism, resulting in the spread of Buddhist influence. Particularly/


Classical India 600 BCE-600 CE I. Analyze how the further development of Hinduism continued to provide a bond among the people of India and an ethical.

Asia, from there to East Asia Gupta Hindu, claim to have been appointed by Hindu gods Leads to decline of Buddhism in India How did Buddhism and Hinduism change? Early Buddhism stresses asceticism, community of monks, Buddha seen as human being, not a god Mahayana Buddhism -Becomes popular during early centuries CE -Begins to worship Buddha as god -Boddhisatvas (enlightened beings) as examples of spiritual excellence/


CLASSICAL INDIA. RISE OF MAURYAN EMPIRE Ganges Republics Ganges Republics Prior to Alexander, kshatriyan republics dominated, vied for power Prior to.

Hinayana or Theravada Hinayana or Theravada Continued to view Buddha as human Continued to view Buddha as human Practiced in Sri Lanka, parts of India, SE Asia Practiced in Sri Lanka, parts of India, SE Asia Buddhism died out in India as it merged with Hinduism Buddhism died out in India as it merged with Hinduism HINDUISM Comes from the blending of Aryan and Dravidian (IRV) beliefs Comes from the/


Title: Buddhism. In addition to Hinduism, another of the world’s major religions developed in ancient India. That religion was Buddhism. Much of what.

Teachings not written down until first century BC; helped preserve, spread teachings throughout India Buddhism in India The Spread of Buddhism 200s BC, Buddhism reached peak in India during reign of emperor Ashoka Ashoka became Buddhist, helped spread Buddhism into all parts of India Ashoka Traders Trade also helped spread Buddhism beyond India 200s BC, merchants traveling routes from India to Central Asia introduced Buddhist teachings Traders from Central, Southeast Asia took Buddhist/


Chapter 4: Empires of India & China Section 1: Hinduism & Buddhism Section 2: Powerful Empires of India Section 3: Pillars of Indian Life Section 4: Philosophy.

attracted many followers After his death, missionaries spread his teachings across many parts of Asia Although Buddhism took root in other parts of Asia, it slowly declined in India Section 1: Hinduism & Buddhism HinduismBuddhism -No 1 founder -Supported Caste System -Developed over 3,500 years -Important in India today -Told people to live moral lives -Accepted reincarnation -Goal was union with an all- powerful spiritual force -Founded/


Unit 1: From Pre-History to Early Civilizations Chapter 3: Ancient India.

page 61: Compare and Contrast: we ’ ll do this at the end. The Main Ideas… The Main Ideas… And… In India: Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism are have some similarities, but some differences in beliefs and practices. And… In India: Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism are have some similarities, but some differences in beliefs and practices. Meanings of all the above symbols Hinduism Hinduism One of the most complex religions/


THE END OF THE CLASSICAL ERA A REVIEW. The three great classical civilizations, Rome, Han China, and Gupta India either collapsed or declined. The three.

declined. The major world religions, Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam, rose or expanded as the great empires declined. UPHEAVALS IN EASTERN AND SOUTHERN ASIA The key transition in Asian civilizations came with the decline of the Han in China, the Gupta in India, and nomadic pressures. The key transition in Asian civilizations came with the decline of the Han in China, the Gupta in India, and nomadic pressures. DECLINE AND FALL/


Religions of South Asia Buddhism in the Subcontinent  Buddhism has roots in northern India and Hinduism.  It began as a reform movement within Hinduism.

” or “the heart of the teaching” Relieve Stress & Meditate: Get a Mandala! Ohm...mani...padme...hum... Hail to the jewel in the lotus! Spread of Buddhism During Buddha’s lifetime, Buddhism gained a significant foothold in India During Buddha’s lifetime, Buddhism gained a significant foothold in India Emergence of hundreds of monasteries further spread the message of Buddha Emergence of hundreds of monasteries further spread the message/


CLASSICAL INDIA FROM THE MAURYANS TO THE GUPTAS. RISE OF MAURYAN EMPIRE Ganges Republics Ganges Republics Prior to Alexander, kshatriyan republics dominated,

Hinayana or Theravada Hinayana or Theravada Continued to view Buddha as human Continued to view Buddha as human Practiced in Sri Lanka, parts of India, SE Asia Practiced in Sri Lanka, parts of India, SE Asia Buddhism died out in India as it merged with Hinduism Buddhism died out in India as it merged with Hinduism POPULAR HINDUISM The epics The epics Mahabharata Mahabharata A secular poem revised by brahmin/


Chapter 5. Bell Ringer Explore the Time Line: Page 127 1.About when may the Old Kingdom of Egypt and Harappan civilization of India have overlapped? 2.What.

people feel like they had power to change their lives. The Rich liked the idea that they didn’t have to live in extreme poverty. Essential Question What made Buddhism so popular in India? The poor received it because it gave them worth The rich liked it because it didn’t require giving up things Asoka sent missionaries The Silk Road & trade spread ideas/


AP World Review May 3, 2006 afternoon. Who takes the test s 21,000+ students took the test in 2002. s This was the most popular first-year exam in the.

judges) s Mixed with Persians connected with Northern India s North Africa cultures mixed East Asia s after the fall of the Han the short Sui (589- 618) built Grand Canal then Tang until 907. s Equal field system and tributary states included Silla Korea and Vietnam. s Characterized by rise and fall of Buddhism in east Asia. Wu’s Wu di + and/


Ch. 6- Early India Section 1- India’s First Civilizations Section 2- Hinduism and Buddhism Section 3- India’s First Empires.

) Ch. 6 Section 2- Hinduism and Buddhism One of oldest religions in the world One of oldest religions in the world Today it is the 3 rd largest religion Today it is the 3 rd largest religion Is the mix of the original Aryan belief in many Gods along with the belief of the people the Aryans conquered in India Is the mix of the original/


Chapter 5: India’s First Empires: Cultural Cohesion in a Divided Subcontinent (1000 BC – 500 AD)

: saints Turned to for help and salvation Fellow humans who would help others achieve nirvana China, Tibet, Korea, Japan III.Buddhism D.Major Sects Tibetian Buddhism Dalai Lama Opposition to Communist China III.Buddhism E.Decline in Buddhism in India Peaked w/ Asoka… why decline? 1.Rulers: liked stability of Hinduism & support of priests 2.Common people: preferred stability & rituals/ feasts of Hinduism (stable: caste system) 3/


Buddhism in its initial phases an introduction. Buddhism spread in all directions from India but nearly disappeared in India itself by the 13th century.

life and had some sort of unsatisfactory religious/spiritual experience This caused him found the religion of Buddhism. He spread this, beginning at Sarnath, through teaching, gaining a few followers, for a number of years. He died at an older age, somewhere in India and was cremated in accordance with the funeral rite of Indus Valley culture at the time. Why are we here/


Rise of the Mauryan Empire Remember: Geography kept out invaders, but left did not unify India. Rulers under the Magadha kingdom were the first to unity.

I—founder Empire spread due to conquest and intermarriage Empire included all of northern India Gupta Rule Indian civilization flourished Favored Hinduism but allowed Buddhism; however Hinduism is the dominant religion “Golden Age”  early years of Gupta/ rule where the Indian civilization flourished Chandra Gupta II Progress made in the arts Gupta political system was/


Unit 10 India Ancient Indian Dynasties and Empires Objectives: 1.Explain how the Mauryan rulers increased their power. 2.Examine the reasons for the decline.

of Hinduism. Chandra Gupta I-founder Empire spread due to conquest Empire included all of northern India Gupta Rule Indian civilization flourished Favored Hinduism but allowed Buddhism; however Hinduism is the dominant religion “Golden Age”  early years of Gupta rule where the Indian civilization flourished ▫Chandra Gupta II  Progress made in the arts Gupta political system gave much power to the local rulers.


Unit 1: From Pre-History to Early Civilizations Chapter 3: Ancient India.

61: Compare and Contrast: we’ll do this at the end. The Main Ideas… The Main Ideas… And… In India: Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism are have some similarities, but some differences in beliefs and practices. And… In India: Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism are have some similarities, but some differences in beliefs and practices. Meanings of all the above symbols Hinduism Hinduism One of the most complex religions. One/


Unit 3 Empires of India and China  Write all words, phrases or sentences in bold on your side notes  Answer questions as indicated on slide in your notes.

China and discover how we are the same and different.  Let the fun begin!! 2 India’s First Empires Mauryan Kushan Gupta 1000 B.C.–500 A.D. 3 Hinduism and Buddhism  Two of the world’s major religions, Hinduism and Buddhism, began in India. Both were crucial in shaping civilization in India. Aryan beliefs blended with the religious practices of the Dravidians to form Hinduism.  Ayran settlers/


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