Mauryans Buddhism and Janism were spread Ashoka unified the empirepeople and

Mauryans buddhism and janism were spread ashoka

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Mauryans Buddhism and Janism were spread. Ashoka unified the empire/people and conquered territories to convert to
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Buddhism. - Called non-violence, and moderation and religious toleration were inscribed on towns and pillars. Reincarnation is real, and believed the actions you do for personal benefits instead of the gods can determine your next life. Mauryans were mostly Buddhist. Guptas Mostly filled with Hinduism. Had Hindu temples where the high platforms equals house of gods - Gods represented inherit orders and the universe. - Temples were houses of worship. Empire is known as a “theater state” - Constant rounds of rituals, cultural events, and events that benefited the empire. Economic: Creation, expansion, and interaction of economic systems -Agricultural and pastoral production -Trade and commerce -Labor systems -Industrialization -Capitalism and socialism India After the collapse of the Indus Civilization, there was no central authority to direct irrigation efforts, thus becoming a home for kinship groups and depended on animals for food. Advantage in agriculture because of its location such as, monsoons, and dramatic source of moisture. Traded popular with cloth, ivory, metalwork, Chinese animals, and Indonesian spices. Mauryans Played influential role because of wealth in the economy in trade and agriculture. Tax increased because of foreign policy as tax supported the kings, government, and imperial army. Tax was eventually reduced involving trade. Standard coinage issued to help government and military personnel and promote trade. Growth in trade, crafts, and coinage, and still useful in trade routes and sea trade with many other civilizations. Guptas Exchanging gifts and goods from religious events helped in trade, which benefits the empire. Subordinate kingdom’s tribute made donations. Mauryans and Guptas benefited one another as they formed a relationship involving a little of their religion;
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Had a good vibrant of commerce. Gupta’s central parts on Arabian Sea and decline trade with weakened empires such as Rome.
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