Hinduism. By: Daniel W. The Menu. Himalayas and Hindu Kush. The Aryans lived in between two mountains, the Hindu Kush and the Himalayas. Herders and farmers?. The Harrapans were herders and farmers. How it started. The Aryans came to The Indus River Valley and Brought Hinduism.
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By: Daniel W.
The Aryans lived in between two mountains, the Hindu Kush and the Himalayas.
The Harrapans were herders and farmers
The Aryans came to The Indus River Valley and Brought Hinduism.
Hinduism grew from Aryans myths.
The Aryans migrated to the Indus River Valley from Central Asia.
The Aryans came to the Indus River Valley because the land was very fertile.
The caste system is sort of like your life rating.
If you do good in one life you come back better in the next.
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The high priest was the highest and 1st caste.
Warriors and rulers were the 2nd most important caste.
They were the 3rd caste and 3rd most important.
They were the last caste and the least important.
The untouchables were not considered a caste.
They could not come in contact with anyone.
The Dravidians lived there first.
The Aryans moved to India from Central Asia.
The Muslim invaded the Hindu because the two religions were different.
One of the intentions for this drum is to produce a meditative state.
Another on was to be played at certain times of the day.
Extended as far as Mesopotamia.
Had many gods.
A lot of animal gods.
A group called the Harrapans lived at the Indus river valley first.
They disappeared once the Aryans came.
Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa were the two cities that were most important during the Harapan time.
Mohenjo-Daro a Harrapan city had a public bath called the Great Bath.
The Great Bath was at the citadel.
Was the founder of Buddhism but was a Hindu prince.