The Golden Age Of India And The Gupta Empire

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For the next 1,500 years, different parts of India were ruled by Middle kingdoms, among which the famous Gupta Empire stood out. This period witnessed an intellectual resurgence of the Hindu religion. It can be called the "Golden Age of India". During this time, aspects of culture and religion spread to a lot of Asia, while kingdoms in southern India had sea trade with the Roman Empire. During this time, the Indian cultural influence spread over large areas of Southeast Asia. This would lead to the institution of Indian kingdoms in Southeast Asia.
In some parts of North India, Muslim rule started in the 13th century. The central Asia Turks would establish the Delhi Sultanate in 1206. In the early 14th century, The Delhi Sultanate ruled
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Though Hinduism cannot be pinpointed to a specific time or founder, this makes it unique among the world 's religions. The Hindu religion has evolved over thousands of years. Hinduism can sometimes be referred to as henotheistic. This means it involves the devotion to a single god while accepting that other gods may exist. Though many Hindu texts refer to Brahman as god, others have been referred to as the one. One such text is the Nasadiya sukta (creation hymn) of the Rig Veda. In the Rig Veda, gods and goddesses are all praised equally, none more important than the other. The Hindu religion is as old as it is diverse. This is why over one billion people follow this religion today.
Sikhism was founded in the 15th century and is a monotheistic religion. Guru Nank is the founder of Sikhism and its first Guru. Since then, there have only been ten more Gurus. Punjab, India is the only state in the world to have a majority of Sikh. In Sikhism, it has been written that god is an omnipresent being with no gender and without form. In the western world, many people have converted to Sikhism through yoga introduced in 1968. These converts would become known as the white Sikhs. Today more than 30 million people follow Sikhism, making it the fifth largest religion in the
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The navy consists of all three air, land and sea components. They also have the Marine Commandos (MARCOS). MARCOS is a naval special operations group that was created to conduct such missions as amphibious warfare to direct action. The Indian Air force has just fewer than 130,000 service members. As far as aircraft, the air force has many different and modern platforms. These platforms range from mult-role fighters such as mig-29 's and Su-30MKIs, to unmanned aerial vehicles like the IAI Searcher II. In 2009, the Indian Air Force created the Garud Commando Force. This would be a special operations group created to help secure air bases and conduct disaster relief during

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