The History of Hindu India, 300-1000 ce
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The History of Hindu India, 300-1000 ce

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40 thoughts on “The History of Hindu India, 300-1000 ce

  1. Thanks for sharing this documentary about India…
    Luck of unity = independence mind,
    I always preferred Aryans & Indians Religions to the Semitic ones…there's more freedom for human beings among Aryans thoughts than the 3 Semitic ones.
    I am from USA…

  2. MUCH love and respect, for you making and sharing this video and for your awesome homeland. I have often told people, as an American, that maybe the reason why indigenous peoples of North America, don't make a big deal about being called 'Indians" is, because it is a great compliment….om namah Shivaya, आप मेरे भाई को कई आशीर्वाद

  3. यदा यदा ही धर्मस्य ग्लानिर्भवति भारत I
    अभ्युत्थानमधर्मस्य तदात्मानम सृज्याहम II
    परित्राणाय साधूनां विनाशाय च दुष्कृताम्‌ ।
    धर्मसंस्थापनार्थाय सम्भवामि युगे युगे ॥

    Whenever, O Bharat, righteousness (dharma) declines
    and unrighteousness is rampant,
    I manifest myself.

    I manifest myself from age to age to defend the pious,
    destroy the wicked, and strengthen dharma

  4. Very informative programmes.
    Request you to dub all these productions in Hindi & other regional languages like Gujarati, Marathi and all other languages for the benefit of larger masses to know our great nation's history and culture.
    Do consider this request for the benefit of masses who do not u derstand English, but want to know our grand history and culture.
    Regards.
    – Vitthal Gharpure / 25-04-2020 / Saturday / 08:14.

  5. This kind of information is very much needed for the present day generation. Before 300CE India was evolving with different religious influences …that is from mourya's time. But during Gupta period and onwards India has come to terms with great religious tolerance which has led to prosperous and glorious cultural phase in the subcontinent.

  6. When there was belief among North people, there were people in South with different culture and belief. The recent Keeladi excavation reveals that people in South had faith in nature and no castism was practiced then. It is the people of North followed castism as a method of exploitation. All other religions had been thrusted upon. Even during Vaishnava was thriving in the North, another faith found among South ie Saivaities, Jainism, Buddhism which were diagonally opposite to Vaishnava and there fierce fighting among them. It was Kings then instrumental for spreading Vaishnava in South by spreading stories of Mahabharata and Ramanya along with sanskrit(not spoken language but as God language). The British did not know the meanings of different religions practiced but a common was invented as Hindus. Many excavation to be carried out in order to bring out the truth.

  7. 3:12 I don't understand why in the map they don't show anybody in Europe while it was already very populated in areas such as Greece or in Italy where there was already a huge pre-Roman population that started way before 300, and the romans as well… Does 300 ce correspond to 300 BC or do I have this wrong?…

  8. And why there is no mention of pre 300 CE
    Culture and religious practices. Those were the original culture of this land and forcefully destroyed by Manu dharma which from 18 century CE became hindu. If you talk about history there are lot more to say.

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