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Understanding The Background Of Ancient History of India and Culture


When we talk of the Ancient History of India and Culture, the first and foremost thing that comes to our mind is its ancient lineage and heritage.

Ancient History of India and Culture indeed is a very old, vast and magnificent. Indian culture is full of all its gracefulness and magnetizing flavors. The oldest civilization perhaps is said to have evolved on the land of ‘Akhand Bharat’.

The ancient civilization has manifested into a unique culture and traditions which we talk today as the history of its ancient culture.

India in the olden days was not limited to its present boundaries. Instead, it ruled and had expansion up to the whole of Afghanistan and even parts of Iran in the north, Srilanka and beyond to the south, Myanmar or Burmese regions in the east and Pakistan boundaries to the west.

Such magnanimity and diversity had brought with it uniqueness of cohesiveness in the bonding and formulation of Indian culture.

Slowly with evolution and migration of other population like Mughals, Persians, and English who left their impression on the native Indian History and Culture and the original culture evolved with enhancements. Latest Chinese aggression and its influence have its own imprints on Indian Culture.

The geographical location and demographical diversity have huge impressions on the face of Indian Culture.

Ancient History of India and Culture

Ethnic Relationships of Indian History and Culture

Prehistorical eras of hundreds of thousands years in the past right up to the Paleolithic hunting ages can witness the presence of unique Indian Culture which clearly stands out of the global cultures of different regions.

Birth of some of the largest religions like Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, and Sikhism had wider repercussion on the Ancient History of India and Culture.

The culture of India evolved and amalgamated with its surroundings. Ethnic relationships in India takes us to the vivid cast system among Hindus and their lifestyle and practices. Similar things with diversities can be found in the people practicing different religions.

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Literary Advancement of Ancient History of India and Culture

When you examine, explore and read the various features of the Indian Culture and examine its gradual advancements in the literary arena, you will be mesmerized with the sheer magnitude of the developments in ancient India.

If one says that India has been the origin and the birthplace of several prominent thinkers, philosophers, scholars, and sages who illuminated not only the minds of the people of ancient India but the whole of the world itself, it won’t be wrong.

Great literary works of ancient times which find no parallels around the world includes legendary Vedas and Upanishads, Puranas, Gita, Ramayana, and Mahabharata etc. The list is endless and includes almost all arena of life like astrology, space science, medicine etc.

Art literature like Shakuntalam by Kalidas even surprise people in modern days for its depth of artistic deliberations.

To summarize, we can safely conclude that the Ancient History of India and Culture is the blend of best cultures of the world and draws its origin from the roots of ancient India.

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