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Ancient India

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Chapter 2 focuses on the ancient India and all that has been taking place. For instance, the chapter outlines the emergence of civilization in India over the years. Specifically,…
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The history of ancient India. Harppan Culture

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This research paper is discusses the history of ancient India. This paper has a specific focus on the Harppan Culture. For some period of time, there was a belief that the History of India started with the Aryans…
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Compare & Contrast Hinduism and Buddhism in Ancient India

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Southern Asia has long been regarded because of its history in the establishment of many of the world's renowned religions. In India which is a part of this rich culture becomes the melting pot of two important religions-Buddhism and Hinduism. The beginning of Buddhism in India is facilitated by the trades in Silk Road where exchange went beyond goods into more social aspects such as ideas, technology, and culture…
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World Civilizations To 1500

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1. Ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt and India passed a very long way of development, and there were many different important factors of progress took place in these civilizations. The most important factors of their development were economical, cultural and social changes, but geographical factor also played appropriate role in these civilizations functioning…
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Comparison and Contrast of Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and India

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The essay "Comparison and Contrast of Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and India" aimes to provide several reasons why it is important and interesting to compare and contrast the various aspects of culture between ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and India. One of the best ways of doing so is by using ancient texts…
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Sakoontala or the Lost Ring an Indian Drama
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The following paper under the title 'Sakoontala or the Lost Ring an Indian Drama' gives detailed information about a masterpiece which based on the episode the great epic of Mahabharata. Sakoontala is based on the Chapters 62-69 of Book 1 of Mahabharata…
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What Is Buddhism Is It A Philosophy Or Religion
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In the modern society, Buddhism is seen as a religion and more so as a way of life that is characterised by following the teachings of Buddha. With its origins in ancient India, Buddhism spread throughout Asia and is practiced the world over…
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Ramayana and Shakuntala: A Comparison
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Both Ramayana and Shakuntala are great works of artistic and philosophical merit. Originally written in Sanskrit close to two millennia ago, their authorship and date of origin are both speculative and mythologized…
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Influence of Hindu and Arabs in Mathematics
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The author of the essay under the title "Influence of Hindu and Arabs in Mathematics" touches upon the information concerning the appearance of the numeral system. The author analyses the history of this process, methods, and influence of different countries on it…
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Analogical paper on Gambling related to the Mahabharata or the Bhagavad-Gita
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Gambling can be a major entertainment in Las Vegas and Macao, and it is legal. However, public gambling is illegal in my home town, Taiwan. This gambling issue in Taiwan can relate to how Yudhisthira loses everything including himself in the dice gamble with Sakuni…
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Chines Artist Mr. Zhang Xin
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The writer of this paper states that Mr. Zhang Xin is a famous painter, in this picture, he tries to illustrate Chinese culture through his painting. The rooster was a universal solar symbol across Eurasia, the Near and Middle East, and Europe as a bird that heralded the dawn with its crowing…
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Is God a Man or a Woman

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Philosophical questions have been raised over the ages about the origin of God and His Existence if at all. Has anyone seen God or even spoken to Him Is God a Man or a Woman Although these questions are never ending and ceaseless, many religious philosophies have their different ways of looking at the existence of God and some even question the Almighty existence of God…
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Culture in The Ramayana: A Shortened Modern Prose Version of Indian Epic by Narayan
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The book review "Culture in The Ramayana: A Shortened Modern Prose Version of Indian Epic by Narayan " states that it is one of the illustrative and enlightened books compiled with rich language throwing light on the great Indian epic prose called Ramayana. …
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The earliest periods of Hinduism we have studied (e.g. Vedas and Upanishads) seek two conflicting goals: enjoyment within the world and liberation from the world. Describe how later Hinduism tried to synthesize these goals, paying special attention t
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It is true that the words of the Vedas and the teachings of the Upanishads can be rather confusing and often contradict one another. These elements will, likely, keep scholars…
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Zoroastrianism
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Zoroastrianism is a primeval, pre-Islamic religion and philosophy that was based in Ancient Persia. It was founded approximately in the sixth century BC by prophet Zarathustra, whom the religion was named after. …
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Prostitution: Evolution, Dilemma and Cultural Differences
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Name Subject Professor 18 March 2012 Prostitution: evolution, dilemma and cultural differences Prostitution has been rooted back from the early history of man and has taken many forms in many places worldwide. In many nations today, prostitution has been viewed with varying points of views and has been plagued with tons of social and moral issues and discussions since time immemorial until presently with regards to the health threats posed upon the society if such industry persists and what things could be done to address this issue…
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Prostitution: evolution, dilemma and cultural differences
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The paper "Prostitution: evolution, dilemma and cultural differences" contains the ancient trails of the historical background of the sex industry in India and how it was viewed socially, culturally, politically and economically and the impacts it brought to India and its society…
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Trade relations between India and China from the beginning to 1500 AD

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Both countries were considered to be the core contributors of the global economy. For that reason, India and China share an inherent sense as the greatest and flourishing civilizations. Trade…
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The Religious Views of the Ancient Civilizations

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"The Religious Views of the Ancient Civilizations" paper outlines five of the earliest religions that are known including those of Ancient Greece and India, the early Islamic religion and the early religious views of Africa. The author examines the religious views of early Chinese civilization…
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Caste System in India and Types of the System

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This paper 'Caste System in India and Types of the System" focuses on the fact that Singh (35) describes caste as a name given to a certain group or section of society having a certain commonality. The commonalities are aimed at the mutual exclusion of one group from the rest. …
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History final exam

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Discuss and describe the basic terms and concepts of Hinduism and the relevant castes at it was defined under the Law of Manu during the Mauryan Empire: karma, dharma, Brahmins, Kshatriya, Vaisya, Sudras, Untouchables, jati, and reincarnation (Brahma). Explain how Hinduism…
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History
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1 The Religious Views of the Ancient Civilizations The word religion comes from the Latin word religio, this can be literally translated as 'to bind anew'. In reality of course, Religion has been around for many centuries and has done so under many different guises…
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What is justice
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Justice, is the concept of having moral feedback to an individual's actions. In simple words, it is having one get what they deserve. Fairness on the other hand is to consider equally all options before a person. …
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Indian Culture
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The paper "Indian Culture" compares and contrasts several objects of the Indian societal integration. The culture that made them adopts a common religion, which they worship through symbolic representations. The relationships are quite fundamental for the coexistence of the cultural setting…
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Aryans and Dravidians

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This great mountain range, with its wings to east and west, isolates India from the world (Gottschalk 2000). Yet, the blockade was never an…
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Compare the heroes Gilgamesh and Rama
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Similarities between Gilgamesh and Rama: Text and Context The stories of Gilgamesh and Rama have certain sameness. These similarities can be observed in the narratives embedded in the epics of Gilgamesh and Rama. Further, their sameness transcends beyond the text itself…
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International Relations

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However, the focus of paper lies on international society, which is applied in terms of forms of interactions manned by certain regulations and practices…
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Siddhartha
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They set out to look for enlightenment. The setting of the story is ancient India during the time of Gotama Buddha. Later, he goes back to…
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Urbanization Problem in India and Ways of Solving It

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This paper is a discussion on the problem of urbanization in India and how the problem can be solved. This problem comes from the fact that the benefits brought about by urbanization are not fairly distributed over geographical space and across the various sections of the population…
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Indian and Southeast Asian art
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In the paper “Indian and Southeast Asian art” the author analyzes art and architecture in influencing South East Asian culture and architecture.  Indian art has continuously evolved through time and is still evolving. It begun with rock painting, moving onto rock cut caves and temple architecture…
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How is Indian Art and Southeast Asian Art are Connected
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This paper declares that the Indian history dates way back to 3300 B.C to 1300 B.C with the birth of the Indus Valley civilization such as Mohenjo-Daro, Harappa and the invasion by the Aryans. The Indo-Aryans and the late Harappa culture gave rise to the Vedic Period…
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The Analysis Of Moral Duty In India

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The essay "The Analysis Of Moral Duty In India" explains how the Bhagavad-Gita India’s religious text has been the subject of a broad and varied range of interpretations. Mahatma Gandhi the greatest leader the world has ever seen also lays claim that his non-violent doctrine has its roots in the teachings of the Gita…
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India

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Owing to the civilization formed along the Indus River Valley, technological society gradually emerged in ancient India as people became more exposed to richness of culture and resources which helped augment their intellectual capacity. Based on archeological findings, the…
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Supernaturalist View Found in Civilizations

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The term supernatural has extensive connotations in art, sculpture, paintings, architecture and literature in the culture of many countries around the world. It refers to myths that exist beyond our knowledge of the universe. Ever since the dawn of human civilizations, supernaturalist views are reflected in religious rituals, curses and in the belief of life after death in many religions…
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A good ruler

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The Bhagavad Gita, which is part of the classic Indian epic the Mahabaratha, records the dialogue between Arjuna, the Pandava warrior prince and Lord Krishna who is also his chariot driver. When faced with the prospect of fighting his own cousins in the field of battle, Arjuna…
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Comparative Study of Two Indian or Two Chinese Religions
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The spiritual legacy of India is diverse, ancient and well thriving. The ancient religion was Hinduism, which later split into different religions such as ‘Sikhism, Buddhism, and Jainism’. The bequest of these religions in India is spiritual as well as cultural…
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Karma
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Dr. Bert Strange Religion 201-W05 Chandra Nelson 25 September 2012 Karma Karma is referred to as the results from someone’s actions. The results come naturally without the influence of any human being. In most cases, karma is associated with punishing people with bad behavior…
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Hinduism Paper
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Name Instructor Task Date 1 Hinduism, unlike other religions, does not have one founder or doctrine, and this makes it different from other religions. Hinduism contrasts to other religions, which have the characteristics above, is more of a way of life and it is considered as one of the world’s most ancient religions…
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The Rig Veda and the Aryan Thinking
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In the paper “The Rig Veda and the Aryan Thinking” the author analyzes the teachings of the Rig Veda, which are very connected to the fundamentals of the Aryan ideology in Ancient India. This essay is going to discuss the 6th line in Book 2, Hymn 28 of the Rig Veda…
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Postmodernist Approach to Burial practice
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Postmodernist Approach to Burial practice Student School Name  Class  Teacher name. Date Table of Contents Introduction 3 Explanation 3 Conclusion 5 Works Cited 6 Postmodernist Approach to Burial Practice Post modern burial practices have evolved dramatically as the thought process of mankind changed from time to time…
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Art
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Drawing is a time of art that produces two-dimensional pictures using instruments such as pen and ink, graphite pencils, crayons, and charcoal. Drawing is mainly done on paper. Examples of famous drawers include Leonardo da Vinci and his drawings such as Study of Arms and Hands (1474) and the Grotesque Profile (1487-1490)…
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Ashoka and Emperor ashoka ( choose heading)
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The king had a son called Bindusar, who after succeeding his father became the king and had a son called emperor Ashoka (Joshi 59). King Ashoka ruled…
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Culture of India

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It is vital to note that communication and culture works in tandem. This is because communication allows for the transfer of culture from one generation to the next. This book is a…
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Cultural communication in relation to the culture of India

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This essay describes cross-cultural communication in relation to the culture of India. In addition to the fact that it is the second most populous country in the world brings with it a number of challenges when it comes to intercultural communication…
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The Worship Of Goddesses And The Place Of Women In Hinduism
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Various communities in the world profess diverse faiths and Hinduism are one of the most popular religious beliefs with such a great following. It has a great history and complex structural oligarchy in terms of form and leadership…
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The Jainist And Carvaka Approach Ethics Are They Compatible
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This paper talks about Jainism, just like the Buddhist and Hinduism theories was developed by ancient Indian philosophers and is based on a rational philosophical system. The Jaina concept of philosophy is based upon the ontological doctrine that regards the various philosophical views on reality…
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Critical analysis of life of the species

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Creation is closely associated with the sexual impulse, preservation is associated with the parental care and destruction is associated with the death of the old generation and the replacement of…
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Tomb of Itimad Al-Dawla
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Tomb of Itimad-ud-Daulah Name Institution Tomb of Itimad-ud-Daulah The tomb of Itimad-ud-Daulah is a seventeenth century architectural marvel located Agra city within Uttar Pradesh state (Gupta, 2003). The name of the tomb, translated in English as ‘the pillar of the state,’ or the ‘the Lord Treasurer’ derives from a Persian Amir, Mirza Beg, who lived in exile and was famously referred to by the name because of his leadership (Gupta, 2003)…
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The jainist and Carvaka approach to ethics Are they compatible
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Jainist and Carvaka approach to Ethics Instructor Date This paper will explore the Jainist and the Carvaka approach to ethics with a critical analysis of each approach to determine whether the two approaches are compatible. The paper will give a deeper insight into both the Jainist and the Carvaka approach to ethics and then give an analysis and critique of each approach to measure their practicality and compatibility…
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Report on a visit to a hindu temple/relgious place or worhship

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It was in a fine morning in December that I went to the Hindu temple in the outskirt village of the State of Kerala in India. The bounty of the nature had blessed its surroundings with all its grace. The temple had a pond in the proximity which was associated with the beliefs of the temple…
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