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

300 years. Because it was peaceful, the people could concentrate more on developing art, music, writing, literature, and architecture. Because it was peaceful, the people could concentrate more on developing art, music, writing, literature, and architecture. The empire was set up different than the Mauryan Empire Divided into territories – each governed by a member of the royal family, Divided into territories – each governed/


Where did humans originate from 100,000 to 400,000 years ago? A. Africa Africa B. North America North America C. Fertile Crescent Fertile Crescent D.

Buddhism throughout India? A. Harappa Empire Harappa Empire B. Aryan Empire Aryan Empire C. Gupta Empire Gupta Empire D. Mauryan Empire Mauryan Empire Which group of empires established free hospitals, veterinary clinics, and spread Buddhism throughout India? A. Harappa Empire Harappa Empire/ is not a way in which China influenced Japan? A. Buddhism Buddhism B. architecture architecture C. government government D. writing writing Which of the following is not a way in which China influenced Japan? A./


Early 500sBC.... India was not a unified country India was not a unified country 16 kingdoms existed in northern India.16 kingdoms existed in northern.

Maurya ruled, his son Bindusara ruled.  Then Asoka, the grandson of Chandragupta, became the most famous ruler of the Mauryan Empire. He took the throne about 270BC.  Asoka fought bloody wars to increase the size of his empire.  He/learned astronomy, math and government.They also learned astronomy, math and government. Gupta Art Greatly influenced Southeast Asian art & architecture. Mathematics Indian mathematicians of this period invented the number system we use today. We call our numerals the “Indo- /


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.

, Buddhist teachers were able to spread Buddhism far and wide. 28 Ancient Indian Architecture. Famous Hindu Akshardham temple in South Delhi Intricate architecture is similar to what other culture? 29 The end of the Mauryan Empire and a return to the city-states  After the death of Asoka, the Mauryan empire entered a period of decline. His successors levied heavy taxes on the people/


Chapter 1 and 2.

of women’s rights. You will also learn about the most important cultural achievements of the Gupta period in art, architecture, mathematics, astronomy, and medicine. Back Print HRW/World History ©2003 Audio Summary/Chapter 3/ page 16 Section 5 Summary/people barely survived. During the Indo-Aryan period, the rajas drew wealth from the farmers who worked the land. During the Mauryan Empire, the rulers claimed one-fourth of each harvest. In southern India many people made their living through foreign trade. /


Ancient Indian Civilizations WHI. 4b. Geography of India Physical Barriers that protected India from invasion: - How did people migrate to India? The.

System The Caste System told people who they could interact with and what occupations they could do Mauryan Empire Greatest Ruler= Emperor Asoka Unified the people of India Spread Buddhism Created: free hospitals, veterinary/index.cf m?guidAssetId=752BA39F-CB19-48CB-B2ED- 8DF9909CA24D&blnFromSearch=1&productco de=US Architecture HinduBuddhist Architecture HinduBuddhist Gupta: Art and Architecture Hindu TemplesBuddhist Temples Reflect cosmic powers Squared shape inscribed in a circle to symbolize eternity/


Ancient Indian Civilizations WHI. 4b. Geography of India Physical Barriers that protected India from invasion: - How did people migrate to India? The.

System The Caste System told people who they could interact with and what occupations they could do Mauryan Empire Greatest Ruler= Emperor Asoka Unified the people of India Spread Buddhism Created: free hospitals, veterinary/index.cf m?guidAssetId=752BA39F-CB19-48CB-B2ED- 8DF9909CA24D&blnFromSearch=1&productco de=US Architecture HinduBuddhist Architecture HinduBuddhist Gupta: Art and Architecture Hindu TemplesBuddhist Temples Reflect cosmic powers Squared shape inscribed in a circle to symbolize eternity/


Achaemenian Empire. Based in Western Asia, founded by Cyrus the Great Its maximum extent was from the Balkans and Eastern Europe proper in the west, to.

between India and Europe Establishment of Indo-Bacterian and Indo- Parthian states which at a later stage influenced Indian architecture (Gandhara architecture), astronomy and coinage Indian king thought of unity for the 1 st time. As a result Chankya stressed on/ or to his son Bindusara.(It is believed) Seleucus sent Megasthenese as his ambassador to the court of Chandragupta. Mauryan Empire Mauryas Kashmir Assam Karnataka Afganisthan Chanakya Born in 350 BC Father’s name was Chanaka and his Gotra was /


AP World History Review Important People, Places, & Things

Architecture Name the society or region that created the art & architecture shown on each slide Art & Architecture #1 Art & Architecture #2 Art & Architecture #3 Art & Architecture #4 Art & Architecture #5 Art & Architecture #6 Art & Architecture #7 Art & Architecture #8 Art & Architecture #9 Art & Architecture #10 Answers to Art & Architecture/ Asia Southeast Asia West Africa Western Europe Abbasid Caliphate Han Dynasty Mauryan Dynasty Mali Empire Mongol Empire Ottoman Empire Portuguese Empire Roman Empire /


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ARCHITECTURE SHOWN ON EACH SLIDE Round 3: Art & Architecture Art & Architecture #1 Art & Architecture #2 Art & Architecture #3 Art & Architecture #4 Art & Architecture #5 Art & Architecture #6 Art & Architecture #7 Art & Architecture #8 Art & Architecture #9 Art & Architecture #10 Answers to Art & Architecture/ Asia I. Southeast Asia J. West Africa K. West. Europe Abbasid Caliphate Han Dynasty Mauryan Dynasty Mali Empire Mongol Empire Ottoman Empire Portuguese Empire (Blue) Roman Empire Spanish Empire (Red/


AP World History Review Important People, Places, & Things.

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Archeological evidence indicates that during the Paleolithic era, hunting- foraging bands of humans gradually migrated from their origin in East Africa.

tombs for dead Egypt unified for most of history Queen Hatsheput Achievements Mathematics especially geometry; architecture Astronomy and medicine Hieroglyphics Developed in isolation Along lower Yellow River Rich loess soil Constantly flooding/ – tough in India Geography, rigid social hierarchy, diverse languages, customs, varied economies, castes 324-184 BCE – Mauryan Empire – all of India except southern tip Founded by Chandragupta Maurya – Arthrashastra (political handbook) Coinage, govt controlled mines/


PERIOD 2: ORGANIZATION AND REORGANIZATION OF HUMAN SOCIETIES c. 600 BCE – c. 600 CE Ch 5, p. 55 Source: AP World History Crash Course by J.P. Harmon.

s death But because of the Greek influence on the Italian mainland, Romans adopted many aspects of Greek Culture architecture Philosophy literature Romans traded many of their gods for Greek gods, but gave them Roman names Rome Roman Classical/ Declining political, social and economic areas caused by ▫ Internal disruptions Outside invasions Patterns of Decline Order of decline Mauryan Han Western Roman Gupta Events leading to decline included Long but serious decline in political, social & economic influence/


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MR. MILLHOUSE AP WORLD HISTORY HEBRON HIGH SCHOOL AP World History Review Important People, Places, & Things.

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MR. STEPHENSON AP WORLD HISTORY RARITANHIGH SCHOOL AP World History Review Important People, Places, & Things.

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MR. MILLHOUSE AP WORLD HISTORY HEBRON HIGH SCHOOL AP World History Review Important People, Places, & Things.

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MR. MILLHOUSE AP WORLD HISTORY HEBRON HIGH SCHOOL AP World History Review Important People, Places, & Things.

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By Amy Zimmerman and Kathleen MacNabb.  322 to 185 BCE  After Alexander the Great  Chandragupta Maurya captured Alexander’s former states.

Dynasty, Chandragupta Maurya, Bindusara, Ashoka, AshokaS Dhamma." All about India. Web. 02 Oct. 2010.. "Mauryan Art,mauryan Empire,mauryan Dynasty,mauryan Architecture,mauryan Empire Art Objects in Mauryan Period." Civil Services India. Web. 02 Oct. 2010.. "Mauryan Empire Timeline, Features,economic, Political Structure of Mauryan Empire." Indianchild.com. Web. 04 Oct. 2010.. "Mauryan Empire, Mauryan Dynasty, Chandragupta Maurya, Bindusara, Ashoka, AshokaS Dhamma." All about India. Web. 04 Oct. 2010..


Kushan Empire 30 C.E. – 375 C.E. The Kushan Empire The “Forgotten Empire” The Kushan Empire The “Forgotten Empire” 3 CE – 375 CE.

astronomy, astrology, and currency in India Bactrian Currency Blended Greek and Indian Influences © 2011 Maharaj Mukherjee As the Mauryan Empire collapsed, India again divided into many regional kingdoms. These kingdoms differed in the north and south. Invaders from/the Gandhara school of Greco-Buddhist Art and the Mathura school of Hindu art. His greatest contribution to Buddhist architecture was the Kanishka stupa at Peshawar. Archaeologists who rediscovered the base of thes stupa in 1908-1909 ascertained /


History of India Divided in 10 Periods 1. Indus Valley Civilization: led by the city states of Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa 2. Aryans (2500BC – 322BC)‏ Hinduism.

hospitals. Ashoka’s empire died out slowly after he died The Sanchi Stupa (Buddhist temple) by Ashoka Similarities between Buddhist Stupas and Pagotas Buddhism architecture spread from India when Buddhism spread over the next 1000 years The Mauryan Empire at its Height Social The Caste System limited social opportunities & determined who people could marry Families are patriarchal—headed by the eldest male/


Early Civilizations of India, Pakistan and China.

by the god Krishna about taking action because of the moral rightness of it Indian Culture pages 85-86  Buddha inspired architecture of Asoka.  architecture of the Mauryan Dynasty served religious purposes.  stupa, the pillar and the rock chamber examples of Indian architecture.  Pillars- most famous examples of Asoka’s reign. placed along roads had the sayings of the Buddha, marked sites in the/


Cultural Cohesion 1500 B.C.E.-600 C.E. Cultural Cohesion 1500 B.C.E.-600 C.E.

as a lasting feature of Indian life.During the classical era(324-650 B. C.E.), the Mauryan, Kushan, and the Gupta Empires founded centralized, imperial states that embraced much of India, but neither /famous play was Shakuntala.  During the reign of Chandra Gupta II. Gupta Art Greatly influenced Southeast Asian art & architecture. Medicine Literature Mathematics Astronomy Printed medicinal guides 1000 diseases classified Plastic Surgery C-sections performed Inoculations 500 healing plants identified/


South Asia in Transition

to deal effectively with administering the empire, and over time it eventually declined and fell For 500 years after the Mauryan Empire collapsed, the subcontinent was broken up politically – trade links grew and Buddhism flourished South Asia in Transition Brief /cultures they conquered – Hindus and Muslims rose in the Mughal system of hierarchy and rank Impressive achievements in art and architecture – the Taj Mahal, the mausoleum built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for his wife By 1707 the empire was /


India during the Classical Period

Even though religion (Hinduism & Buddhism) played a major part in classical Indian culture (both during the Mauryan and Guptan periods) it was not the only enduring part. India developed a tradition of mathematical and scientific/first universities (in the town of Nalanda). The curriculum included religion, history, philosophy, medicine, mathematics, astronomy, architecture, and agriculture. India during the Classical Period Indian astronomers accurately calculated a solar year (365 days) and calculated/


Cultural Cohesion 1500 B.C.E.-600 C.E. Cultural Cohesion 1500 B.C.E.-600 C.E. Originally created by Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.

rule of the entire subcontinent as a lasting feature of Indian life.During the classical era, the Mauryan, Kushan, and the Gupta Empires founded centralized, imperial states that embraced much of India, but neither/play was Shakuntala.  During the reign of Chandra Gupta II. Gupta Art Greatly influenced Southeast Asian art & architecture. Medicine Literature Mathematics Astronomy Printed medicinal guides 1000 diseases classified Plastic Surgery C-sections performed Inoculations 500 healing plants identified/


Classical India By 600 BCE, India had passed through its formative phase.By 600 BCE, India had passed through its formative phase. A classical civilization.

brings rains. Sometimes too little, and famine causing. Sometimes torrential and flood causing. THE MAURYAN DYNASTY Mauryan Dynasty: Chandragupta In 327 BCE, Alexander the Great, after conquering Greece and much of/CE  Profitable trade with the Mediterranean world!  Hindu revival. Gupta Art Greatly influenced Southeast Asian art & architecture. Medicine Literature Mathematics Astronomy Printed medicinal guides 1000 diseases classified Plastic Surgery C-sections performed Inoculations 500 healing plants /


Chapter 19 – History of Ancient India Section Notes Early Indian Civilizations Origins of Hinduism Origins of Buddhism Indian Empires Indian Achievements.

India Section Notes Early Indian Civilizations Origins of Hinduism Origins of Buddhism Indian Empires Indian Achievements Video Impact of Buddhism as a World Religion Images Harappan Art The Great Departure Mauryan Troops Gupta Art Temple Architecture Quick Facts Chapter 19 Visual Summary Maps Ancient India, 2300 BC-AD 500 Harappan Civilization, c. 2600-1900 BC Aryan Migrations Early Spread of Buddhism/


W3 WHG Era 3 – Classical Traditions, World Religions, and Major Empires, 1000 B.C.E./B.C. to 300 C.E./A.D. Part Two: INDIA WHGCEs Middle School Series.

possessed unlimited power Lived in palaces and collected tribute to sustain their courts and armies, plus construct monumental architecture Maharaja of Cooch Behar coochbehar.nic.in Indian Villages www.reelproductions.net evangelbible.org/ photos Indian villages consist /while having his daily massage Chandragupta also feared conspiracies and lived a secluded life Treatise on Material Gain: Mauryan Economy Chandragupta’s chief adviser (Kautyala) left evidence of the era in a book called Treatise on Material/


Ancient India History & Geography Lesson 1

500 BC. Alexander the Great of Greece invaded India in 326 BC changing the Indian culture forever. Mauryan Empire 321 BC- 188 BC In 321 B.C. a military leader by the name of Chandragupta Maurya overthrew the ruling king/long and prosperous Mogul Empire. Under the Moguls, Hindu and Muslim traditions combined to make important contributions in poetry, music, and architecture. Islam is the second largest religious group in modern India. Compare the Great Mogul Emperors Name Dates Ruled Leadership Style Contribution to/


Early Societies in South Asia

70 smaller sites excavated (total 1,500) Mohenjo-Daro Ruins Population c. 40,000 Regional center Layout, architecture suggests public purpose Broad streets, citadel, pool, sewage Standardized weights evident throughout region Specialized labor Trade Harapan Society/of power vacuum left by Alexander Overthrew Magadha rulers Expanded kingdom to create 1st unified Indian empire Mauryan Dynasty Chandragupta’s Government Advisor Kautalya Recorded in Arthashastra, manual of political statecraft Foreign policies, /


By: Ashley Cloer, Phoebe Bumsted, and Amanda Farzad

the middle of a temple. Temples as a place for gathering, feasting, and celebrating; not necessarily direct worship. Art and Architecture- Hut circles, burial chambers, roads, and traces of irrigation found. Art found such as paintings and sculptures that heavily /CE. Chandragupta II conquered many smaller tribes and spread his empire to the north. Ashoka, an important emperor of the Mauryan empire, was Buddhist, but recognized Hindus as equals. The Gupta empire lasted from 320 to 500 CE. The Gupta empire/


ART OF THE NON WESTERN WORLD INDIA. INDIA LOCALE.

Columns topped with magnificent seated sea lions, mark of Asokan art Elephants as decoration MAURYAN ERA, CONT… Mauryans constructed first objects of Buddhist architecture Stupas- round burial mounds containing relics of Buddha’s body, surrounded by wall / new distinctly Indian style emerged Golden age of Buddhist Indian art Drama, literature, painting, sculpture and architecture flourished Beautiful and elaborate cave temples Style of temples mixes both Buddhist and Hindu designs with distinctly Indian /


Empires of India Unit 3 RMS IB 2011-2012 Ms. Hunt.

Mauryan empire was (Pataliputra) Empire of Luxury/ Golden Age of India Use of The Silk Road in trading – Salt, cloth, and iron trade Decline- Invaded by the Huns, 5 th Century Accomplishments Education Flourished Literature – Kalidasa wrote Shakuntala Astronomy- use of a calendar, developed weeks and hours Architecture/wife *Overthrown by his own son Indian Empires Accomplishments 200 B.C.- 1600 A.D. Architecture- Stupa, Taj Mahal Preservation of Ancient classics Large system of road ways (including pit /


WARM-UP: COME IN AND SIT IN YOUR ASSIGNED SEAT SILENTLY AND ANSWER THIS QUESTION Based on the Vocabulary words, how do you think Ancient India has changed.

India. It also established some control over central India, making it the largest Indian empire since the time of the Mauryans. The Gupta empire actively traded with China, Asia, and the Mediterranean. They also encouraged religious pilgrims to come visit/built in the form of burial mounds. They eventually became a place for devotion and the most familiar form of Buddhist architecture. Rock chambers were carved out of rock cliffs to house monks or for religious ceremonies Ajanta Caves (rock chambers) /


Classical India. Ajanta Caves Buddhist Stupa Buddhist Stupa.

B.C. – Chandragupta’s grandson Ashoka – 269-232 B.C. – Chandragupta’s grandson Greatest ruler of Mauryan Greatest ruler of Mauryan Following a bitter battle with heavy casualties, he coverts to Buddhism. Following a bitter battle with heavy casualties, he/number 10 Calculated the value of pi (3.14) Arabic Numerals (0-9) Medicine Herbal remedies vaccine against smallpox Architecture Stone temples to gods Stupas (shrines) Arts & Literature Gupta literature consists of fables and folktales written in Sanskrit./


Ancient India 6th Grade.

Aryan society into groups based on wealth and occupation. Later societies in India developed hundreds of different social classes. Mauryan Empire The Mauryan Empire was founded in approximately 321 B.C. by Chandragupta Maurya. Around the year 326 B.C., Alexander /Gupta Empire… The Gupta Empire emerged in India around 320 A.D. and existed for approximately 300 years. Indian art, architecture, and civilization reached a pinnacle during the Gupta period. Government One of the main goals of Gupta leaders was to /


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

Buddhism but preached tolerance of other religions Promoted Buddhism but preached tolerance of other religions Mauryan Empire. (324 -184 B.C.E) The Mauryan Empire The Mauryan Empire overcame natural and geographic obstacles, as well as India’s complex social hierarchy,/zero. The Golden Age of the Guptas Under the Guptas, India enjoyed a period of great cultural achievement. 2 Architecture… Builders designed magnificent stone temples and dome- shaped shrines called stupas. Family Life The ideal was the joint /


Early Indian Empires. LEARNING GOALS and QUESTIONS Before European influence, India had established itself as a major empire with incredible religious,

by Chandra Gupta I (no relation to Chandragupta Maurya) Why do you suppose the India’s territory shrunk since the Mauryan dynasty? HEY! WHAT HAPPENED TO ALL OUR LAND?! Gupta Rule Fair and prosperous Religious Tolerance: Rise in Hinduism ↑ TRADE/NOT practice religious tolerance Did NOT practice religious tolerance (he was MUSLIM) The TAJ MAHAL Indian, Persian, and Muslim architectural styles Tomb for Shah Jahan’s beloved wife SHAH JAHAN New Capital City = DELHI PEACOCK PEACOCK THRONE THRONE The Beginning/


World history By: Lily Andrade Chapter 6 Ancient India (2,300 BC-AD 500)

Noble Truths 15. The Buddha Challenges Hindu Ideas 16. Early Spread Of Buddhism 17. Mauryan Empire, c. 320-185 BC 18. Gupta Empire, c. 400 & Hinduism 19. Asoka 20. Temple Architecture 21. Indian Science India: Physical 1. India: Physical India is huge. In fact,/ temples, some of which became models for later Indian architecture. They also promoted a revival of Hindu writings and worship practices. Asoka (uh-SOH-kuh) (ruled 270–232 BC) Ruler of the Mauryan Empire, he extended his control over most of India /


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

Architecture: Hellenistic India 4 Copyright © 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Permission Required for Reproduction or Display. Hellenistic – Greek Indian styles 5 Copyright © 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Permission Required for Reproduction or Display. Greek Style Indian Temple 6 Copyright © 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Permission Required for Reproduction or Display. Mauryan/. Permission Required for Reproduction or Display. Temple Architecture 67 Copyright © 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies/


Aim: What were the defining features of Classical Indian Empires? DO NOW: -Identify the empires which flourished in India from 600 BCE to 600 CE… India.

by Chandra Gupta (no relation to Chandragupta Maurya), c. 320 CE Slightly smaller than Mauryan EmpireSlightly smaller than Mauryan Empire Highly decentralized leadershipHighly decentralized leadership Foundations for studies in natural sciences and mathematicsFoundations for/spices spices gold & ivory rice & wheat horses cotton goods silks Gupta Art Greatly influenced Southeast Asian art & architecture. KalidasaKalidasa  The greatest of Indian poets.  His most famous play was Shakuntala.  During the reign/


Period 1 AP World History Notes ANCIENT STUFF: AROUND 8000 BCE TO AROUND 600 CE.

river valley- disproves the idea that river valleys are necessary MESOAMERICA  MesoAmerica  Maya  India and China  Mauryan Empire  Gupta Dynasty  Qin Dynasty  Han Dynasty  Mediterranean  Greece  Rome CLASSICAL CIVILIZATIONS  Southern / HAN DYNASTY  Greece  Rome  Beginnings of “western civilization”  Representative government  Contributed to art, architecture, literature, science and philosophy. MEDITERRANEAN  Peninsula – Agean and Mediterranean Seas  Mountainous – not good for agriculture/


By: CZ World Studies A. The Geography of South Asia Main Idea: Geography helped shaped the development of the Indus Valley Civilization.

gentleness. Asoka devoted the rest of his life to practicing and spreading the teaching of the Buddha.  Mauryan Society  The Mauryan Empire was greatly improved by Asoka’s conversion to Buddhism.  Asoka had wells dug along the major roadways/began during the reign of his son, Chandragupta II’s grandson, Skandagupta.  Art and Architecture  The rulers of the Gupta Empire supported arts, architecture, mathematics, and science. Art expressed Hindu and Buddhist beliefs.  Gupta rulers built magnificent stone/


Where did humans originate from 100,000 to 400,000 years ago? A. Africa Africa B. North America North America C. Fertile Crescent Fertile Crescent D.

Great Job! Which of the following empires migrated to India and asserted a caste system? A. Harappas Harappas B. Mauryans Mauryans C. Aryans Aryans D. Guptas Guptas Great Job! Which group of empires established free hospitals, veterinary clinics, and spread/Next Question Which of the following is not a way in which China influenced Japan? A. Buddhism Buddhism B. architecture architecture C. government government D. writing writing Great Job! What was the only African kingdom to remain Christian after the/


AP WORLD HISTORY Exam Review Session 2 Classical Civilizations (600 BCE – 600 CE)

, slaves at the bottom) Pax Romana (control of trade through force; time of economic stability) Art, architecture, aqueducts, domes, road network for troops and trade Polytheistic with gods based on the Greeks until Christianity in/and finally became the dominant power in the Mediterranean region Constantine’s conversion to Christianity changed Europe forever MAURYAN EMPIRE of INDIA Mauryan Empire 321 BCE- 185 BCE Centralized government w/ bureaucracy Chandragupta Maurya – founder, Hindu Strong military/


Ancient India Chapter 7. Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa Archaeologists discovered two 4000-year-old cities, 400 miles apart, along the banks of the Indus River.

some of the richest rulers in the history of the world. The Moguls Islamic art, culture and architecture became an important part of Indian culture during the Mogul Dynasty. The Taj Mahal, in the northern Indian city of Agra, /Chandragupta left his throne to his son Bindusara in 301 BC and slowly hungered himself to death in a Jainistic monestry. The Mauryan Empire 324 Chandragupta drives the Macedonian grassisons away 305 Seleukos Nicator invades, Chandragupta gains 3 provinces and the Empire is secured /


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