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Ch 4 India
Hinduism Buddhism, Gupta Empire, Trade, Delhi Sultanate, Islam in India, Mughal Empire, Akbar
Terms in this set (41)
People who visit holy sites
a religious way of life in which one renounces worldly pursuits to devote oneself fully to spiritual work.
A building or other built object.
In Hinduism, a loyal devotion to a dependence upon a chosen god
A wise teacher
In Buddhism, a state of perfect happiness and peace
In Buddhism especially compassionate individuals who delay entering nirvana to do good deeds and help others on Earth
Arabic for "the holder of power"
Symbols 0-9 which were developed by hindu scholars
uniting many kingdoms into a new empire
Chandra Gupta succeeded in _____.
Chandra Gupta's son conquered all of northern India from the __________ mountain ranges to the __________ River.
invented the symbols for zero through nine that we use today, created advanced metalworking techniques, and used algebra in scientific exploration
Scientists and mathematicians of the Gupta Era...
Buddhism and Hinduism
The two main religions practiced in India during the Gupta era were
What important game that we play today was invented in India during this ime?
Several ____________ states adopted Indian culture and religion from the Chola Empire merchants who traded in that region in the late Middle Ages.
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