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Ancient India Politics & Economics

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Miranda Bergemann

on 15 November 2013

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Transcript of Ancient India Politics & Economics

Ancient India Politics and Economics
Maintaining Loyalty
Power passed father to son
Administration structure
Caste system
Elements
With Major Effects
Rivers
Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, and Indian Ocean
Mountians
Major Effects
Environment of
Ancient India
India is located in central Asia.

Surrounded by Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka
Location
Rivers, mountains, plains,
and deserts
Chandragupta
Maurya
Ashoka
Accepted Buddhism
Subjects treated equally
Samudra Gupta
Chosen by father
Great military leader
Devoted to Hindu god
Chandragupta II
Supports religion
Artists highly valued
Mauryan Empire
Gupta Empire
Economics
Agricultural Products
Rice
Spices
Cotton
Livestock
Non-agricultural Products
Tools and weapons
Craftsmen
Labor Systems
Caste system
Men worked
Women cleaned
Children learned
Trade
Traded with middle east countries
Barter system
Traded with coins
Exported items
Transport
Money System
Money trees
"Punch marked" coins

Government
Participation
King
Officials and council of ministry
Governors
Local officials
How Law is Made
How Law is Enforced
Soldiers
Empire divided into provinces
321-185 BCE
Fertile land
Trade
320-550 CE
Founder of Maurya Empire
Brought India together
Strong military
Jainism
Advisors
King made final decision
The Kalinga War
Political and economical
Ashoka
200's BCE
The Golden
Age
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