Flashcards in Chapter 7 - India and Southeast Asia 1500 B.C.E. - 1100 C.E. Deck (20)
Buddhism that follow Sri Lanka which put imporatance in search of enlightenment and focus on higher beings (Way of the Elders)
Stone monument in Java which is created by the Sailendra Kings.
Liberation from the circle of life in which hindism focus on.
Religion which embodies India and its culture
People who migrated from south China and South east Asia to Malay Peninsula. (they spread to indonesia, phillipines, and other western islands)
Person who reached enlightenment. People followed him to be like him and created religion called Buddhism. It is believed through out the South, East, and central Asia.
Southern Indian kingdom used Dravidian language. famous for focusing on the poety and literature arts.
Mauryan Empire king who spread the words of Buddhism. He transcribed words of enlightenment on stones.
Captial of Indian state at Pataliputra controlled by military and convoluted social culture.
Adapted Indian technology to control trade routes of India to China. Those with great diplomatic skills who held to gather the mercantalism between two discerning cultures.
Rice growing region for Southern Vietnam. They traded through the Malaysian Isthmus.
Buddhism that concentrated on revering the founder, Buddha.
State which unified Indian Subcontinent.Chandragupta Maurya found the state and concentrated on agriculture, and mining.
people who are willing to interact with other cultures and mingle cultures.
Division of social status of Indian society. Priest- Soldiers - Government/Admin - Merchant - Farmer/Labor
Sacred text of India which is a conversation between ARjuna and Krishna.
Brahmin Priests' holy thoughts
states that grab attention of others by developing cultures and putting effort to hold various ceremonies.
Epic that writes about the battles. Bhagvad-Gita is included in the this epic.