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History of India full post भारत का इतिहास

 History of India Hello friends welcome all of you in our MY WEBSITE MATHQUESTION.IN  In which we give you a lot of interesting unsolved secrets 
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 History of India 
 And watch this  POST till the end So Friends, Let's start Friends, if you want to write history of India, our blog will take many years to complete it Because India's history is so huge and old that it is difficult to tell completely History of India is considered the oldest history in the world Jawaharlal Nehru has told the history of India in his book "Discovery of India" Some pages of Indian history are still under development Indian history is considered from the time of human species Homo sapiens History of India 

 Which is 75000 years old today But the authenticity of Indian history is believed to be 5000 years ago today Let's summarize the history of India in short The Pre Historic Era The Stone Age Friends, as we read about the Stone Age in the book of childhood In this era, man had learned the art of making tools with stones Stone Age is estimated 5 lakh to 2 lakh years ago Its evidence was found near the Narmada Valley of Central India Some samples of authenticity of India's history are found in Tamil Nadu This credential is believed to be 75000 years ago 
 History of India 
When there was a volcanic eruption here Bronze Age The beginning of the copper era is considered before 3300 AD which is also called the Indus Valley Civilization Indus river is the center of Indus Valley civilization Which stretched up to Ghaggar valley, Yamuna river, Gujarat and Afghanistan After this, the dispersion of this civilization has spread to the states of Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab and Rajasthan And spread to Pakistan, Sindh, Punjab and Balochistan Indus Valley civilization with the mesopatamia and the ancient Egyptian civilization One of the oldest civilizations in the world is considered Harappa, residents of Indus Valley Civilization, developed new techniques of metallurgy, Handicrafts and neo metals were started to produce copper, brass, lead and zinc

 The development of the Indus Valley Civilization occurred before 2600 BC to 1900 AD Whose center is considered as Dholavira-Kalibanga of present-day India and Harappa-Mohanjodaro of Pakistan This civilization is known to make a house from bricks, to make a drainage road and build a multi-storey building End of Indus Valley Civilization Begins By the end of 1700 BC And slowly this civilization disappeared Early Historic Period Vedic Period The time of Vedic period is considered from 1750 BC to 500 AD The construction of the Vedic period began with the Arya civilization In which the Vedas of Hindu religion were described In the current texts,

 the Vedas are considered the oldest scripture Historians considered the Vedic civilization spreading to the Punjab region and the Ganga plains Peepal trees and cows were considered holy in the time of Atharva Veda In Vedic times only the concept of religion and action came into Indian civilization Rigveda is considered the oldest treatise in the Vedas Which is considered to be second century BC In Vedic times, Arya Samaj was considered as the most tribe Because at that time the bone culture had disappeared By the end of the Rig Vedaic period,

 Arya Samaj had begun to expand Which were spread from the northwestern part of India to the Ganga plains In this period the characters began to form And on the basis of the same character arrangement, they started splitting the society During this period the importance of farming had increased greatly In this period, the smallest tribal people were also organized and started the monarchy Sanskrit language was born during Vedic period And started learning from the Sanskrit texts the importance of Hindu Goddess Devtao 

The Kuru kingdom is considered the first provincial empire in the Vedic period Beginning with the beginning of the Iron Age from 1200 BC to 800 BCE In the Vedic period, the origin of Ramayana and Mahabharata were the major texts of Hindu religion By the end of the Vedic period, the rise of the Videha empire The center which was present in Bihar and Nepal in present day India After the end of the Vedic period, the creation of Mahajanapadas started Mahajanapadas From 800 BC to 200 BC, Jains and Buddhists were created and Upanishads were written 500 BC is called "Second urbanization" 

During this period the Maurya Empire had emerged In 500 BC, together with 16 monarchs and republics were called Mahajanapadas Which came to Kasashi ,Varanasi, Koshal Shravasti, ang, Champanagari, Magadha, Vajji, Mall, Chhedi, Vatsa, Kuru, Panchal, matsy, Shursen, Ashmak, Avanti, Gandhar and Kamboj These 16 Mahajanapadas are present in the Ganga plains Afghanistan to Bengal And Maharashtra to spread Maurya Empire Maurya Empire was the first such empire that transformed entire India into a state And in Indian history, 

India became the largest empire of the subcontinent You can see the detail of the Maurya Empire in the above mentioned map The establishment of this empire, Chandragupta Maurya of Magadha defeated the river empire After Chandragupta Maurya's death in 272 BCE, Bindusara commanded the Maurya Empire And he also kept the dream of chandragupt unbroken India Only Kalinga region presently Orissa was not included in the Maurya Empire Shunga Empire From 187 BC to 78 AD, the Shung empire had occupied many areas of the Indian subcontinent Pushyamitra Shung, established the empire by killing the last ruler of the Maurya Empire Pushyamitra Shung, who cleared for 36 years, 

and his son Agnimitra took over the empire 10 empowers the Shung empire and won many wars He defeated Kalinga, Satvahan, Greek, Panchalo and Mathura Shashko Their governance also developed education And many buildings like Sanchi stupa were made Kushan Empire The rise of the Kushan empire began with the present Afghanistan Whose first king Kujula Kadphisas was crushed in India in the middle of the 1st century BC These were the members of the mix of Indian-European peoples King Kuzula's Grandson Kanishka occupied much of northern India Including Saket, Pataliputra, Gangat Plains and Bay of Bengal

 He preached Buddhism to Central Asia and China Kanishk was the first such Indian ruler after Ashoka Who understood the importance of Buddhism and expanded it Gupt Empire The golden age of India's history was called the Gupt Empire Who reconstituted the states of India This empire was founded by Chandragupt I After Chandragupt I, Samudragupt, Chandragupt II, Kumaragupt I and Skandagupt Like The rulers took over the empire and took the history of India towards development In this era, science, technology, art, math, religion, philosophy and astronomy emerged

 In this era, the invention of zero was the rest before it used to number only 1 to 9 Harsh Empire Harshavardhana ruled many parts of northern India from 606 AD to 647 AD Harsha was the son of Prabhakrishvardhan of Haryana and the younger brother of Rajyavardhana In a short time he had spread his empire to Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Bengal and Orissa After the fall of the Gupt dynasty, northern India was divided into smaller states Harsh had adopted Buddhism At the age of 16,

 he collected small dynasties of Punjab and Central India and gave himself the title of king Harsh was a resident of Kanauj, but he got around many parts of northern India There was talk of peace and prosperity in his court Chalukya and Pallava From the sixth to the eighth century, the Chalukyas and the Pallavas were dominant in South India 

The Rashtrakutu took the power of Chalukyo and the Chola dynasty from the Pallavas Pal dynasty in Bengal ruled into 8th and 9th century And after that people of Sen's descendants became the governor of Bengal The Chol dynasty was very effective in the south Their kingdom was up to Sri Lanka and Maldives By the time of the attack of the fourteenth century Kafur, they ruled in the south So friend,

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