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Chapter 3: Shifting Agrarian Centers in India

by: Dylan Marrandino

Chapter 3: Shifting Agrarian Centers in India His 151

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Dylan Marrandino
La Salle
Global History to 1500
Charles A. Desnoyers

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Date Created: 10/14/15
Chapter 3 Shifting Agrarian Centers in India 3000 BCE 600 BCE The Vanished Origins of Harappa 0 Thought to start in Baluchistan a city within Iran Geography of Indian Subcontinent 0 South surrounded by Arabian Sea Indian Ocean amp Bay of Bengal 0 Northeast region consists of forested mountains with high annual rainfall 0 Internal topography varies from internal highlands to the northwest deserts 0 Agriculture was heavily in uenced by the monsoon cycle of rain and wind patterns Agriculture on the Indus River 0 D Indus Valley Civilization 0 Flourished from c 25001700 BCE then vanished 0 Cities were built on Indus ood plain and thus built on high arti cial hills City Planning 0 Cities are uniform with streets on north south and east west axes o Streets paved with brick and standard widths o Drains and gutters connected to elaborate sewer systems 0 Homes are uniform in construction of brick with elaborate plumbing features Harappan MassProduction and Trade 0 Traded many items of pottery 0 Major trade port was Lotha on the Sabarmati River Harappan Religion 0 Exact nature of Harappan religion uncertain but there are clues to speci c 0 H Harappan Decline and Abandonment 0 Between 1900 and 1700 BCE Harappan cities go into decline and are abandoned 0 Perhaps caused by ecological problems such increased sat levels in the Indus 0 Village agriculture continued to expand into east and south Interaction in Northern India 0 Traditional Aryan narrative was that the lndo Europeans came from the north and fought battles to conquer India 0 Migratory groups originated in the Caspian Sea area and spoke ProtolndoEuropean The Aryans o Settled in India 0 Carried oral tradition that became the Vedas o Composed between 1400 to 800 BCE o The earliest is the Rig Veda which was compared by 900 BCE o Onefourth of the Rig Veda honors the god lndra Aryan Society Broken Up 0 Brahman Holy Men 0 Kshatriya The Kings The Nobles o Vaishya The Merchants Trader 0 Shudra Everyone Else 0 The Aryans 0 Had advanced skills in bronze weaponry use of chariot and after 1000 BCE the use of iron 0 Domesticated cattle sheep and goats o Aryans excelled at horsemanship and used wagons and chariots in battle Janapadas o Agrarianbased states developed in northern India by 800 BCE o By 500 BCE there were sixteen large states or Mahajanapadas


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