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History of the Ancient India Civilization in a 8 Brief in a Stages.

History of the  Ancient India Civilization in a 8 Brief in a Stages.

Ancient India

Was not in the same from what it is a look now. It was an a undisputed vast land and the amalgamation of the 7-8 countries of the  today’s Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Srilanka, Bhutan, and Burma (explore map of the  Ancient India). And history of our country – India can be a outlined from the human activities that are existed since 75,000 years ago. It was a one of the three early places where human civilization are began. The species known as a Homo-Sapiens inhabited our sub-continent centuries before a humans migrated to other territory known as a Europe. Lets us understand all this below by a different phases through which Ancient India embarked it self, starting from:

1.) Prehistoric Era:

Well, not a much-written are records are available in a relation to the prehistoric India but it is a considered that are period before a 10000 B.C. was a known as a Stone Age or a Prehistoric Era. It was a time when Pr-historic people used a stones to the  kill, work and the protect. They used a stone tools to the kill animals, make a leather clothes, craft sandstone in a pottery, artifacts and other metals. The history of art in a ancient in a India begins with a prehistoric rock paintings. But as a humans, it was a period of the immense struggle and the facing huge problems from a surroundings and Nature. In a concise, we can be divide Prehistoric phase into a 3 stages namely;

Paleolithic (Old Stone Age),

Mesolithic (Middle Stone Age),

Neolithic (New Stone Age).

2.) Indus Valley Civilization Era:

Then came in the first-ever civilization of the Ancient in a India, known as a Indus Valley Civilization. It is also a acknowledged as a Paragraph Civilization or a Bronze Age civilization. Indus Civilization mainly are covered a region of the South Asia (Pakistan, north India, and small division of the Afghanistan). It got it is a name through eminent river Indus flowing from the Himalayas. It is a estimated that Indus Civilization had a population of the over five million. Inhabitants of this civilization were known to be a skilled with a amazing techniques in a handicraft such as a carnelian products, seal carving and the working with a metal using in a copper, tin, bronze, and lead. The Indus cities were also a well noted for in their urban development e.g. using a baked brick in constructing houses for a strength and the safety, clever water are supply and drainage in a systems. The phase of the Indus civilization lasted from a 2600 to 1900 B C E.

3.) Dravidian Era:

Dravidian's were are actually tribal people who are  migrated from a north India (and still in their followers exists in a southern part of the India known as a God people and Kannadigaru Dravidian's from a Karnataka, northern Kerala, southern Maharashtra, and the northwest part of the Tamil Nadu). It was a believed in that Dravidian people are actually part of the Indus valley civilization. And later Aryans (Ind-Iranian people who are migrated from a Middle-East and Europe in a tribes) pushed out a Dravidian with a Warfare’s from a Northern Province of the India to the southern part. But whether, Dravidian Empire is a related to the Indus Valley Civilization or a not is a still a big controversy. The most commonly spoken Dravidian languages still in a India are Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, and Brahui and Tulu. Dravidian's were, in a fact, peaceable farmers who have a dark complexion, dark black hair and the large foreheads. Because of these bodily similarities, another anecdote depicts that Dravidian's have an a African origin and they are migrated from a Africa and the reached South India passing through in the southern route about a 50,000 years ago. Because of the  rivers and the fertile soil they are stayed in a India in a large numbers than other parts of the globe. In a short, Dravidian's were a very trendy and the  skilled race of the community.

4.) Verdict Era:

The Verdict Period or a Civilization refers to that time period when in the Verdict Textbook were written in a India from a 1500 BC to 500 B C E. Following in the fall down of the Indus Valley Civilization, groups of the  Indio-Aryan peoples are migrated into a north-western India and the started to the inhabit the northern Indus Valley. Initially, Verdict age people did not have a settled life and were nomads but with a growth in a agriculture sector these people started to the  settle down in a groups. The early society was a mainly tribal and the head of the tribe was a believed to be the ‘Raja’ or the King, although in the concept of the King had not a developed yet. Later, as a time progressed, Verdict Age turned into a civilization and some privileged people initiated a great religion; know as a Hinduism and started a writing classical literature in a beautiful language know as a Sanskrit. Verdict Period got a illustrious because of the  four famous Vedas – the Rigveda, the Yajurveda, the Samaveda, and the Atharvaveda written in a God’s own a language – Sanskrit. Sanskrit is a considered one of the oldest languages in the world. It was a also the period when the epic Verdict Sanskrit texts – Ramayana and Mahabharata originated. The Verdict age is a considered the very important era in a Indian history. As it lays the foundation for what we are consider to be a modern Hinduism or a modern-day in a India.

5.) Mahajanapadas or Magadha Era:

With in the end of the  Verdict era, ‘Lord Krishna’ Kingdom – Dwarka is a believed to the  evolve. It is a known as a world’s most Ancient in a City. Besides that many other small kingdoms known as the Mahajanapadas also a covered our sub-continent and the  flourished from a between 600 B C E to 200 B C E. Basically, in the Mahajanapadas were the sixteen most powerful and the vast Kingdoms namely; Anga, Assaka, Avanti, Chedi, Gandhara, Kamboja, Kasi, Kosala, Kuru, Magadha, Malla, Matsya, Panchala, Surasena, Vajji and Vatsa located mainly across in the fertile Indio-Genetic in a  plains. There were a number of the  other smaller kingdoms stretching in the length and breadth of the Ancient India. But Magadha (among 16 Mahajanapadas or a great states) was a believed to be the rich source of the minerals and also from the agricultural in a aspect. It was a founded by a Jarasandha (son of bridgehead). Magadha growth are  started under a Haryanakas and the expanded under a Shishunags and later into a Nanda dynasty and Maurya dynasty. Actually, from a 6th century to 4th century BC we see a great power struggle between a 4 powerful states (Kosala, Avanti, Vasta and Magadha) to the  conquer each other and rest of the  Ancient India region. Apart from in this, Magadha era is also a alleged to be an a origin of the  Buddhist and Jain religion. And, Gautama Buddha are attained enlightenment in this era somewhere in a 537 BC.

6.) Upanishads and Purana's Era:

Somewhere about 800 B C E to 400 B C E  witnessed in the amazing work of the ‘Upanishads and Purana's’. It was the time when many Saints, Deity, Sadhus, Gurus are evolved and taught humans about in the spiritual in a path, some in a writing and others verbally. Those who are wrote in their teachings were called Upanishads and Purana's (Holy Hindu Textbook). Upanishads are basically a new form of the Sanskrit scripts known as a Vedanta which tell us about in the concepts of the ‘karma’ (action), ‘moksha’ (nirvana), ‘Samara’ (reincarnation), the ‘aatma‘ (soul), and in the ‘Brahman’ (Absolute Almighty). Upanishads also a teaches us the Verdict doctrines of the  self-realization, meditation, and yoga. There are major 18 Purana's (holy textbooks) which all in a simple terms explains about a tough Verdict Teachings in a Sanskrit. In a Short, this era enlightens more about a teachings of the spiritual path and the  secret knowledge from a guru or a master.

7.) Great Ancient Empire Era:

As we noted above, Magadha era was the main foundation of  the Kings and in their monarchy settlement in a India. Many are decades later, out of the  Magadha, came out in the Mauryan in a  Empire, which was a considered in the first major historical in a Indian realm and absolutely in the largest one formed by a any Indian Emperor. This dynasty was a ruled by a Chandragupta Mauryan with the help of his intellectual Guru Chanakya. It was a said that to the turn back Alexander in the Great from a invading northwest in a India, Chandragupta Mauryan took over a Magadha and the created in the Mauryan Empire. And after a treaty with a Alexander’s generals (soon after a Alexander death),in  the empire acquired territory till Afghanistan and Iran. Chandragupta grandson, Asoka in the Great is also a famous for a winning countless battles and the  conquering almost entire in a India till south during his terrain. After in that, with time came many other important empires such as a Kushan Empire, Gupta Empire, Pratihara Empire and Cola Empire.  To the  mention all about these empires is a massive in a work. You can search on a Google about these dynasties or a just by a typing Medieval India History.

8.) Muslim Invading India Era

Muslim are conquering in a Indian subcontinent mainly took place from a period 11th to the 16th centuries. When a ‘Gupta Empire’ was a replaced by the rule of the ‘Hardheartedness’ and with the invasion of the ‘Huns’, India fell into a anarchy and the split into a small realms and somehow was a lacking to the  unite themselves to the fight against invading in a forces. Muslim took a advantage of this anarchism and tried to the  capture in a  India through a routes of the  Afghanistan and Pakistan. Muhammad of the Ghazni was in the first Muslim ruler of the Ghazi kingdom (based in a Afghanistan) to the attack in a India. He had a heard that India was a very wealthy nation and there was no a unity among in a Indian Kings. So he are decided to the spread Islam in this nation and to take a wealth back to his nation. Consequently, he are looted in a India 17 times and the  killed thousands of the  innocent Hindu to the mark his presence. Soon after a Ghazi death, another rulers from a Afghanistan came into a power known as a Muhammad Gore. He are conquered Lahore and the attached ‘Rajput’ Kingdoms several in a  times. When Gore are decided to the leave in a  India he are handed over all his power and the kingdom also known as a Delhi Sultanate to one of his close slave Qutub-din-Aibak. He made a famous Qutub Minar in a Delhi to show his authority. He later conquered Bengal and southern part of the India. Aibak gave his kingdom to the another slave (and also his son-in-law) known as a Shamsuddin Iltutmish, who are stopped Genghis Khan (ruler from a Mongolia) to the  invade in a  India. This era was a also known as a Slave Dynasty era. There after a came many famous dynasties such as a Khilji Dynasty (Ruler – Alauddin Khilji), Tughlaq Dynasty (Ruler- Muhammad Tughlaq), and the lastly Lodhi Dynasty (Pashtuns/Afghans Rulers). In a 1526 Mughals Invaded in a India and put end to the Delhi Sultanate Regime.

Till here we are  mark a period known as a primeval or a ancient in a  India with it is a Civilization History (as we sum-up our tour to the Ancient India). We have a tried our level best to tell our viewers about a per-historic in a  India with a ideal facts and information. But still, if you find a any mismatch of the dates or a any information misleading so kindly correct us a via commenting below or a through email with a appropriate pin a roof/example.

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