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- Ancient Civilizations of India and China Indian Civilization The
- Decline of Buddhism, rise of Hinduism. ❖ Gupta Literature. – Kalidasa's Sakuntala.
- Chapter 11
- The three great classical civilizations of Rome, Han China, and Gupta India collapsed or declined. All Chandraguta II brought the Gupta dynasty to the high point of its rule in the . Monastic libraries preserved classical literature.
- Chapter 8
- The religious unfolding accompanied the rise of India's 1st empire.
- Summary: Ancient India
- science, art, and literature. Hindu and Buddhist beliefs inspired artists. Sanskrit literature blossomed during the.
- World Literature
- The best literature from around the globe written in the last 5000 Literature looks different because it is different.
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- Gupta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- 1.5 In journalism; 1.6 In literature; 1.
- [Regents Prep Global History] Golden Ages: Gupta Empire
- The Golden Age of India occurs under the rule of the Gupta Dynasty (320 - 550 CE) The Gupta literature consists of fables and folktales written in Sanskrit.
- MrDonn.org - Ancient India - Gupta Empire
- In the Gupta Empire, wheat was the main crop, and they kept cows for milk. This civilization produced great works of literature and marvelous works of art.
- The Gupta Dynasty and Empire
- Chandra Gupta and his sons reunite much of northern India.
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