Similarities And Differences Between Ancient India And India

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Register to read the introduction… They were being handled like second rate citizens and their equal rights were being taken away a little at a time. In Ancient India and Ancient China the father was always considered to be the head of the household and children were expected to be very obedient. The father had control over everyone in the family. Not only was the family dynamics in society very comparable between these two countries, but the classes with in the society were as well. In Ancient India as in Ancient China there were very distinctive classes amongst the people within the society. In Ancient India they were considered to be the Brahmins: the priests, teacher and judges, Kshatriyas: the warriors, Vaisyas: the farmers and …show more content…
This was considered to be the cast system to which Ancient India was run by. In Ancient China they were considered to be the Rulers: the Kings or other kinds of leaders, Nobles: the highest ranking class after the ruling family, Craftspeople: the bronze, jade, potters and stone workers, Farmers: largest class of workers taking care of the land, and lastly the Slaves: worked for the higher class citizens. This was considered to be the Shang dynasty separation of classes. In Ancient India and Ancient China though the classes throughout the society were named differently most of them were same in definition. The differences however were really seen by how these two systems operated. In Ancient India a person was born into their social class and that never changed. They also were not permitted to mix with anyone of a different class form the cast system. They must only socialize with, work with and marry someone of their same social label. In Ancient China the social classes were not as divided and closed off from one another. The Chinese were born into their classes just the Indians but they could under certain circumstances change from one class to another. They were also permitted to associate and

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