Indian Empires - Mr. Lenhard's Page

Indian Empires - Mr. Lenhard's Page

How would you define an empire? Indian Empires Today you will be able to Define empire and golden age Explain the achievements of Ancient Indian

Empires Analyze whether or not the United States is or has gone through a golden age EMPIRE A group of states or territories controlled by one ruler. What are some

famous Empires in history? Maurya 321-185 BC Maurya 321-185 BC

1st empire of India Maurya 321-185 BC 1st empire of India Set up a bureaucracy system of managing government through departments run by appointed officials

Maurya Asoka Leader of Empire Converts to Buddhism Sent missionaries across Asia

Created peace and prosperity Dies and empire declines Missionaries spreading Buddhism Spreading

culture/ideas This is an example of what? Edicts of Ashoka Rupee

Gupta 320 550 AD Has a Golden Age period of great cultural achievements GOLDEN AGE Period of Cultural

Achievement. Usually because of stable government Gupta 320 550 AD Has a Golden Age:

Which of the achievements below is false?

Concept of zero Decimal system Arabic numerals Vaccinations against small pox Set bones

Plastic surgery Refrigeration Stupas large dome shaped shrines Pillars of Indian Life The Caste System The Complex Caste System

Pillars of Indian Life Family Life Joint family Patriarchal Dowry Womens Lives/Status Shakti

Arranging Marriages Pillars of Indian Life Village Life Throughout historythe heart of life Each village depends on roles of different caste members

Villages are SelfSufficient Planned for monsoons MONSOONS! www.mrdowling.com/612-monso on.html IDEAS?

Remember- Info and pictures! Caste System Aryans- Founders Hindu beliefs Hindu Priests, Gods Village Life Monsoons Self-sufficient

Council of Elders Family Life Shakti Dowry Graded on Creativity, effort,

information OUTSIDE INFO???

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