Indian Empires and Influence: Map it!
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Scientific Dating and Chronology of Mahabharat, History of India
The Mahabharat (महाभारत) has exercised a continuous and pervasive influence on the mankind for millenniums. The Mahabharat, originally recalled by Sage Ved Vyas and composed by Bhagwan Ganesh in Sa…
UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES in INDIA | Buddhist, Hindu, Islamic, and Colonial Architecture
CULTURAL HERITAGE IN INDIA registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List
What The World Thinks Of Indian States, According To Google
Google Auto-complete is a great way to find out what the hive-mind is thinking. The feature has been around for more than 10 years; the suggestions are b...
Map of Ancient Mehrgarh west of the Indus River Valley, in Balochistan, Pakistan. Mehrgarh predates the Indus Valley Civilization and may have influenced it. The earliest site is in the N.E. corner, a Neolithic and aceramic small farming and herding village made by semi-nomadic people dated to between 7000 BCE to 5500 BCE. For the first time a continuous sequence of dwelling-sites has been established from 7000 BCE to 500 BCE.
The Top 10 Greatest Empires of India
they controlled most of the subcontinent—extending from Bengal in the east to Balochistan in the west, Kashmir in the north to the Kaveri basin in the south. Its population at that time has been estimated as between 110 and 150 million, over a territory of more than 3.2 million sq.km
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*Indus Valley - Afghanistan, Pakistan and India. A great deal of our history stems from this area of the world. The Sarawati river ran through supplying water to Harappa, Ganeriwala, Mohenjo-Daro and Lothal until a great earthquake took away the river and these people were forced to leave.
Sometimes it is worth pondering how many ancient Indus cities and settlements we actually know, and how many have left no traces. (Photo Credit www.harappa.com)