FC: Conner Peloquin | India Travel Guide
1: What a beautiful view! | Modern Indian farmer.
2: The Taj Mahal was built between 1632 and 1653 by Shah Jahan in memory of his third wife.
3: Mohenjo Daro was an ancient city in the Indus river valley | The Grand Anicut is an ancient dam that was built in the 2nd century AD by the king Karikalan
4: Sanscript writing used in ancient and modern times.
5: Mumbai is the most populous city in modern day India
6: Hinduism is the most popular religion in modern and Ancient India.
7: The parliament of India
8: Asoka was an ancient Indian emperor.
9: A physical map of India.
11: A political map of India.
12: Indian cities today are very different from ancient times, except in their religious beliefs and their traditions which remain the same. | The Indian government now is run by a president instead of a kings like it was in ancient India. | Religion in India has stayed pretty much the same since ancient times after the Vedas. They are still mostly Hindu and follow the same beliefs.
13: Public works have been similar in ancient and modern times, both have dams, and bridges due to the major rivers that run through India. | Architecture in ancient India was different than now. They had most of their architecture as symbols of kings or gods, and society was based on religion. Now they have buildings like the Taj Mahal that were built for religious purposes, but are now popular tourist attractions. | Sanscript is a form of writing that was used both in ancient times and is still used in modern times, even though many people in India speak English, this is still the primary form of writing.
14: The caste system has been the only class system of India since ancient times. If you are in a class then you have to do the jobs that the class is allowed to do, and you cannot marry out of class | In ancient India, jobs were given by whatever class you were in and you could not get out of it. Now jobs are not always given by class, but also by skill.