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Family life of Ancient India

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Karen Racheal

on 6 February 2014

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Transcript of Family life of Ancient India

Phase 1
Family life of Ancient India
The average ancient indian house was home to children, parents, grandparents, and aunts and uncles. The husband/father was the head of household. He can marry up to 2 or more wives. Once there was a long period of time the wife will loose their own status one by one, she will get what she want very slow or even not. before the marriage, her father would give a dowry to support her in the marriage. The wife has more freedom because she doesn't have that much to worry about. so she often do anything she wants. children played with toys and stuff monkeys. Some children have to stay at home helping her mother or father, which means dismissing school.
Buddhism is a religion founded by Siddhartha Gautama around 550 B.C.E
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