The Importance Of Ancient Indian Civilization

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Since ancient time to modern, ancient Indian civilization is a valuable and very interesting topic for Archeology to excavation and research. Ancient Indian culture is mysterious, where many hidden of mysteries and which so far archaeologist can’t even proved. Ancient Indian civilization evolved by the Vedas. The Aryans is the creation and promotion of Vedic and integration of an important element of Indian culture.

Indus civilization is estimated that appear early in 3000 BC. Indian River area is relying on agriculture to maintain the subsistence for the entire city. In Harpa era, the Ganges basin covered with large tracts of forest. Indian culture was decline the main reason is due to overgrazing residents, and deforestation. Addition the climate change, increased amounts of rainfall. Rain flooded most of the plains, at the same time, also raises important issues of agricultural decline. Although rainfall has receded to normal level but then once again to enhance rainfall led to decreased crop yields. Resulting food can’t support this size of the city, forced to migrate eastward into the Ganges River and south to migrate to the Indian subcontinent. This will become a major transit point for the loss of
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Instead, save the important Harappan cultural features assimilate into their own national culture. “However this “absorbed” population may have become the upholder of an Indo Aryan cultural systhesis, combing Indo- Haaraooan(and therefore perhaphs also Dravidian) elements with their Central Asian Aryan heritage. It is quite likely that this population was responsible for the continuity of certain traits of Harappan civilization like the worship of animas and trees which changed and enriched the vedic culture during the subsequent two millennia.” Kulke, Hermann,and Dietmar Rothermund, A History of India, 4th ed. London&New York: Routhledge (U. of M. Electronic resource) page

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