Sunday, 10 April 2011

CONTRIBUTION OF CIVILIZATION INDUS



Group Members :
Megala D/O Raman
Thenmozhi D/O Velan
Suganthi D/O Rajagopal
Jayamarthi D/O Shanmugasundaram


INDUS VALLY CIVILIZATION

  • The Indus Valley civilization, India's earliest known civilization (2500-1700 BC),  is identified by its interesting culture as well as its artifacts.  The strength and basis of Hinduism is attributed to the Vedic culture (about 1500), as well as the origin of the caste system.
Priest-king

 
Archaeologist once named this sculpture the 'Priest-King'. They thought that the sculpture may have been of a ruler who was an important man or priest.
He is wearing a headband. Gold headbands like this have been found in Mohenjo-Daro. This band has a circular ornament. There is a similar band on his right arm.

Communication
Adopting the nature of openness
  •    Excellence will not be achieved without making contact and exchanging views with other parties

  •   Relations with Mesopotamia Civilization & Ancient Egyptian Civilization have benefited the   Indus civilization, especially in technology transfer.

  • Indus civilization shows that a society will not be able to excel without making contact and exchanging views with other parties.
  • Relations with the civilizations of Mesopotamia allows all outside influences adapted tolocal conditions
  • Indus Civilization has been shown to the public disclosure of the nature of the modern world is in the process of building a civilization, including security.

  • Indus Civilization has taught us that peace and security is the cornerstone of a nation toachieve progress and excellence.

DEVELOPMENT IN CONTRACTION 

  • Civilization Indus-famous city with a plan like Mohenjo-Daro & Harappa.

  •   Excellence is closely related to urban development in the areas of geometry and construction.
  • Understanding the science of geometry is the result of the Indus civilization IndusDisplaying clash with Mesopotamian Civilization & Ancient Egyptian Civilization.
  •   Planning the city is prepared based on the rectangular shape who followed the roadwith a straight reply.
  • Construction of a unique pool known as the center of the public baths. Measuring 11.8m long, 7 m wide and 2.4 m deep.
  • Having a closed drainage system to ensure hygiene.



  • Civilization Indus-try to improve the quality of construction materials
  •    Community Indus civilization does not depend on the temperature of the sun butproduces a brick with a high temperature combustion.
  •   Construction of the temple. (Vishnu Temple in Deograrh).
  • Gupta-empire was the precursor to the construction of a Hindu temple that has the beauty of art & then spread to the rest of India.
  • Construction of the fortress-flood barriers.
  • The construction of windmills and canals are good.
  •   Houses made ​​from clay, hard mud.
  •   Building and the city wall built with bricks of the same size and weight.
  • Dishes made ​​with good and decorated with paintings.


ECONOMICS



  • Agriculture is the main economic activities are carried out.
  • Among the cultivated cropsare rice, barley, wheat & cotton.
  •   Breeding livestock such as cattle, sheep, & pigs.


  • Commercial activity is not restricted to areas in northern India but also carried out with foreign countries, especially Mesopotamian civilization.



THE ACHIEVEMENT OF THE INDUS RIVER VALLY CIVILIZATION

 

CONCLUSION



  • Overall, the Indus civilization teaches us that a peace and security is the cornerstone forthe nation for strength & excellent progress.

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