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What were the boundaries of Bharata Khanda?

Asked by rani sadasivamurty, 22 Jul '07 07:40 am
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Mongoloid stock who are racially dissimilar to Indians, became enamoured of an Indian culture based on the mythology of the puranas and the observance of dharmasastras. Though the precepts of Hinduism and Buddhism were viewed on Indian soil as being incompatible, both these religions had however co-existed peacefully, complementing each other in their roles of forging an overall Indian culture. The long- sustained process of Indianisation, for more than a millennium beginning from the early centuries of Christian era , was accomplished by Brahman priests, Buddhist monks, scholars and artisans who were introduced into the Southeast Asian native societies by Indian merchants time and again. This facet of history exemplifying the long-sustained trade and cultural contacts between India and Southeast Asia owes much to climatic changes characterized by reversals of the monsoon winds that facilitated navigation across the Bay of Bengal. The Arakan Yoma mountain ranges deterred any possibil ...more
Answered by L KINI, 22 Jul '07 09:42 am

 
  
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Answered by BT SHIVA KUMAR, 22 Jul '07 07:42 am

 
  
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Russians found some artifacts and manuscripts to show
that much of Russia was the extended kingdom under
ancient Indian emperors.

Answered by DRSiva, 23 Nov '07 08:34 pm

 
  
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