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Name: Emily Delgado_________________________Topic 1.3 NOTES: Developments in South and Southeast Asia Directions: Read through the “Know This KC” (AP Key Concepts) and define/explain the rest of the terms/concepts IN DETAIL using the AMSCO book. Due:_______Note: The underlined terms are AP illustrative examplesLearning Targets:Explain how did various belief systems and practices of South and Southeast Asia affected society over time.Explain how and why various states of South and Southeast Asia developed and maintained power over time. Political Structures in South AsiaKNOW THIS KC: State formation and development demonstrated continuity, innovation, and diversity, including the new Hindu and Buddhist states that emerged in South and Southeast Asia. Political centralization was not common in South Asian history (as it was in China). Northern and Southern India had separate political structures and many local rulers had power in their regions. Southern India was also more stable than Northern India. Political Structures in Southern India: Chola Dynasty: : Chola dynasty reigned over the southern parts of India for even morethan 400 years. In the 11th century this dynasty extended its ruling to sail on which was a large island South of India .Vijayanagara Empire: The Vijayangara empire Developed its name from the word “for the victorious city”. this empire began with two brothers their names were Harihara and Bukka. These brothers came from Delhi Sultanate which was located in North Central India. the brothers were sent here because the Delhi Sultanate Wanted to spread his ruling to southern India. the brothers were born in the Hindu religion, but then converted to Islam for the sake of upward mobility. As they left the Delhi Sultanate, they returned to their original believes and established their own Hindu Kingdom.Political Structures in Northern India:Rajput kingdoms: The Rajput kingdoms was formed after the 1500s as a group of Muslim kingdoms overthrew the Vijayanagara Empire. This Kingdom formed in northern India and present Pakistan. These kingdoms were Hindu kingdoms that led to a myriad amount of clans, these clans were always at war with each other. However, a centralized government never arose this ended up making the kingdoms extremely vulnerable to attacks from Muslims.Islamic Rule in Northern India: Islamic religion grew as in this time there were many invasionsby Muslim armies. Then in the 8th century, the Islamic armies decided to invade what Pakistan

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