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Test Your Knowledge on Aryans -Vedic Age -Part II

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AryansTen question to test your knowledge of Vedic age and Aryan’s time. The Aryans are said to have entered India through the fabled Khyber pass, around 1500 BC and  adopted the settled agricultural lifestyle of their predecessors, and established small agrarian communities across the state of Punjab.Their language was sanskrit  and cavalry warfare facilitated the rapid spread of Aryan culture across North India.

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Vedic Age Part 2

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16 Comments
  1. Jonatan Serna says

    There are so many names for money:
    Money,dollar,pound,yen,platta,gold,silver,jewels,even black-pepper, have been used as payment for services in towns and cities and villages since the day that the agricultural community lifestyle gave some of the citizens the freedom to become thinkers; but what was the very first term or name given to this trade standard ? In the Flintstones and other movies we see cave-man call it clams.
    What’s my point ?: well the money, what is the universal term for money ?; I say the universal term should be it’s very first name, so what is that name ?
    You can post opinions and food for thought and discussion; but I am hopeful someone will post the actual answer. Maybe the answer is so prehistory we can’t have it ?

  2. Henrique says

    How did the agricultural revolution of the Neolithic Age affect lifestyle?

  3. Kang says

    Advantages and disadvantages during the Paleolithic Age. Please help me. ALso know as agricultural lifestyle

  4. JULIANA CARDOSO says

    why seeing documentaires of Germany from Nazi period,,you still see females wearing dresses ,,walking cows and horses, etc. (even in big cities such as Berlin)

    and then you see pictures such as these from modern Germany (also, from Berlin 60 years later)

    http://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Datei:Sozialpalast-b.jpg&filetimestamp=20070927121926

    http://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Datei:Pallasseum_Berlin_Blick_vom_Kleistpark.jpg&filetimestamp=20091129175203

    WHY IT SEEMS SO “FUTURISTIC BUNKER STYLE”? IT LOOKS LIKE A BOMB SHELTER WITH NEAT , DULL LOOKING HOUSING NEXT TO IT? HAS THIS ALSO AFFECTED THE ATTITUDES OF MANY GERMANS? ARE THEY NOT CONSIDERING THEMSELVES AS “AGRICULTURAL” THESE DAYS OR HOW THEY THINK OF THEMSELVES AND THEIR COUNTRY?

    please explain what you can how this differs from britain? and do these pics look similar to near London? or how compared? why they look so “depressing”? if you agree, why for that?)

    thanks for your answers!
    WHEN WERE MOST OF THESE STYLES OF BUILDINGS BUILT ? AND WHY? WAS THIS IN WESTERN AND EASTERN GERMANY OR JUST EASTERN YOU THINK AND WHY PEOPLE WOULD CHOOSE THIS TO BUILD?

  5. NinjaTommy says

    What are some major barriers to improving agricultural productivity, employment and earning a living wage, and gaining access to food markets and adequate nutrition in Angola, Africa??

    I just had corruption, military rule, poverty, droughts, not having water available and an unstable economy. Any more barriers to improving their lifestyle? Tell me any facts or ur own thoughts! Thanks 🙂

  6. Vera says

    Modern agricultural techniques and harvesting machines like combines kill millions of small animals each year such a field mice and other small rodents. Is a person who advocates a vegetarian lifestyle based on non-cruelty to animals merely choosing the lesser of two evils? Are certain animals more worthy than others? Or, should a person advocating vegetarianism based on non cruelty also pursue a lifestyle that turns its back on modern agricultural production methods?

  7. Hiago says

    Define agricultural lifestyle and explain it a little bit. =]

    p.s this is for a test

  8. Fern Gibson says

    I chose Macintosh as mine because i’m a “brony” (a guy who is into “my little pony”).

    Macintosh is one of the guys in the show (did not want to be mistaken for a girl), and plus we have similar personalities. Plus his families agricultural lifestyle reminds me of my own, since I live in Nebraska.

  9. Tony Garsow says

    only relying on what they hunt and gather

  10. Jennifer Naranjo says

    Im doing this research paper/essay for school and I have a few questions about a typical poor urban family in Angola, Africa?? Im a little confused on where to find the info..

    Whats the average family size and composition?
    Whats their typical diet consist of?
    Employment and wage?
    Where do they purchase their food? How?
    Any major barriers to improving agricultural productivity, employment & earning a wage, gaining access to food markets and adequate nutrition?

    I would be very thankful if you could help me with some answers to these questions. Thanks 🙂

  11. Kaylin Weisman says

    My homework is due tommarow and i cant think straight! please help thanks!

  12. hunderttausend An says

    Why blame high food prices on the poeples cultures?

  13. JACQUI S says

    is it true that after WW2…that the “Industrial Revolution” finally spilled all over Europe? how, why this was? how WW2 changed many regions of europe and the lifestyles of average people?

  14. Jayla Hill says

    a.Neolithic Revolution
    b.Precambrian
    c.Hominid Revolution
    d.Cenozoic Revolution
    E.none of the above

  15. Chad Floyd says

    How did lifestyles, culture, and technologies change from the Paleolithic societies to the first river valley civilizations?

    Thank you so much to anyone who helps in the least 🙂

  16. Falcon163 says

    I am doing a project for history and i need some help. I already have the econemy, lifestyle(where they live ex:farms and cities) and the population. Anything about the fashion or laws or anything else (pllllease let it be real info) i need at least 5. thank you!

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