India is a country in southern Asia whose
name comes from the river indo the name bharata is used as a designation for
the country in its constitution that does reference to the former emperor
mythological Bharata, whose history is account in part in the Indian epic
mahabharata, according to known writings like the Puranas religious texts
historical writings in the fifth century after christ bharata conquered everything
the subcontinent of india and ruled the earth in peace and harmony the earth was
therefore known as bharatavarsha the subcontinent of Bharata, the influence
aria claim some scholars gave place to what is known as the period
Vedic in India between 1700 and 150 before Christ characterized by a
pastoral lifestyle and adherence to the religious texts known as the
vedas, society was divided into four clans the popularly known varnas
like the caste system that were composed by the brahmana on top
priests and scholars the Kshatriyas who they were the warriors, the Vaishya farmers
and merchants and the Shudra workers, the lowest caste were the
dalits the untouchables that drove the meat and waste although there is
certain debate about whether this class existed in ancient times at the beginning
it seems that this caste system was simply a reflection of the occupation
of people but over time it interpreted more rigidly and not
allowed them to change caste or marry with a caste other than your own, this
understanding was a reflection of the belief in an eternal order for life
human dictated by a supreme deity, numerous social changes had
place during the early Vedic period the concept of varna along with the
marriage rules became quite rigid to cows and bulls they are
gave religious significance the importance of agriculture began to
grow families became patriarchal and people began to pray
For the birth of a son. The other castes were degraded
slowly around 500 before Christ the later Vedic period
began to give rise to the period of Middle kingdoms of India. The family was considered the
social and political unity was the core of the social life of the first years the
father was the head of the family and was known as Grihapati, they had
joint families and the father had great authority over the children position of the
woman in the early vedic age the women enjoyed an honest place
in society in all ceremonies religious participated with their
husband girls education was not neglected in the Vedic period
subsequent women’s position decreased they were given one more position
low in society were considered inferior and subordinate to men
women could not participate in political assemblies and no longer accompanied
to their husbands in religious vajnas, marriage was considered a link
sacred the girls were getting married after reach puberty the practice of
Swayamvara also prevailed in the society this was the practice of choosing
a husband among a list of suitors in this practice
the father decides to drive the Swayamvara of his daughter in a place and time
auspicious generally the kings sent messengers to their
borders while commoners are they managed to spread the news
in your community, in the day and place chosen
the girl chooses from an assembly of suitors or the suitor who
complete a task when the girl identifies the suitor of his
choice she pointed to him by putting garlands and
immediately a marriage ceremony, monogamy was
general practice if the widowed woman was allowed
marry again women were not independent people in the eyes of the
law had to remain under the one that goes protector of your male relationships
people in ancient india passed your free time in various amusements
like gambling, dancing, racing cars, hunting, boxing and music women
they showed their dancing ability and music.
In the Vedic era great importance was given to education all instruction was
given orally vedic education aims at the proper development of the
mind and body to the disciples will He taught them about ethics, art of
war, metal art and concept brahma and philosophy besides science
basic as farming farming animals and crafts the place of
learning was called Gurukula where it He performed a ceremony called Upanayana.
this upanayana ceremony display your mind and soul after
this ceremony the student was called as brahmachari a new individual and
changed both internally and externally from which he began his life
student learning was almost monopolized by custom brahmins
what was going on the other two Kashatriya castes and the
Vaishya also had the right to receive education but Shudras in general is
He denied them studying the sacred scriptures the home of the teacher or guru
it was the learning center in the Vedic period that was located in a
natural environment not artificially constituted it worked
In solitude and silence. In ancient India they wore dresses of
wool cotton and deer skin garments consisted of three parts a
underwear called nivi a garment called Vasa or paridhan and a cloak
known as ahivasa, atka or dropi the women carried two pieces of
clothes a stretch of cloth was wrapped around the bottom and a
baggy fabric covered the top later women started using
skirt a large wrap around the Waist rich women used to wear
jewelry and leather shoes garments they were also embroidered with gold so much
men like women wore gold ornaments and both men and
women greased and combed the hair, men kept beards and
mustache but sometimes they also shaved them. The food was varied so much
vegetables like animals, rice, barley beans and sesame formed the
staple food they also ate bread cake milk butter butter and
curd together with fruits, fish birds, goats and rams consume cows
it was forbidden practice that still canned they also drank known liquor
as sura a brandy made of barley and the Soma plant juice. In ancient India a life was taken
simple religious continued to follow the faith and the rituals that prevailed
between them before arriving in india this ancient religion is represented in
oral and prose poetry collections hymns, spell chants prayers and
comments known as the vedas these were composed around the
time of the entrance of the Aryans in the india, much of what we know about
this period of the ancient history of india is the result of the
faithful transmission of the mouth vedas in mouth from one generation to another, they worshiped
the forces of nature the number and the importance of the goddesses was less
compared to the gods the deities worshiped by the Vedic Aryans
they were quite numerous and have grouped under three heads gods
Terrestrial Prithvi, Agni and Soma Gods Heavenly Dyaus, Varauna, Surya Gods
Atmospheric Indra, Vayu, Parjanya, for please these Aryan gods
vedicts offered prayers and sacrifices however in that period
no temples were built for worship their gods or prepare idols
of these gods after this the deities of the
Aryan nature lost much of its importance and three new gods
Vishnu the conservative took his place Shiva the destroyer and Brahma the creator.
In these cities it was found that houses were made of cooked brick
and they had flat roofs they were one or two plants with patio with grounds and bathrooms
cities had streets with a system of well connected drain had a great
central storage building great the discovery of the pool
public leads to infer that the religious bath It was common during that time. The main food crops
it was wheat and barley that they sowed in spring when the waters
from the flood they receded and grew with minimal effort
they also cultivated sesame, legumes dates and melons practiced the
spinning and wool and cotton textile a piece of woven cotton from
by Mohenjo Daro is the oldest proof of the use of cotton textiles in the
ancient world being this the most textile important of india today
the men of the civilization of the Indo they raised a wide range of animals
domestic among others the donkey the ox the river buffalo the elephant and so on,
animals that have since considered as typical elements of
Indian rural setting, however the horse did not know the cities of
Indo marketed not only products agricultural but metals like gold, silver
lead and tin, jewelry and stones semiprecious lapis lazuli and turquoise
utensils and ceramics tools, their footprints have appeared in documents
Sumerians and Akkadians who recorded the gold trade, ebony
and carnelian with ships that some historians identified as
from this region.

52 thoughts on “¿COMO era VIVIR en la ANTIGUA INDIA?

  1. Muy buen video mi estimado amigo! me gustaria mucho si fuera posible que por favor hagas un video sobre la vida en Venezuela del siglo 20 ya que la juventud de ahora no conoció ese estilo de vida tan diferente al de ahora, muchas gracias de antemano!

  2. Si, tristemente aún están las castas llena de discriminación y violación de los derechos humanos. Nadie debe ser superior a nadie todos somos seres humanos.

  3. Excelente video, esas civlizaciones de Asia son muy interesantes, su cultura, costumbres son tan diferentes que hace que sea muy curioso aprender sobre esto.

  4. siempre crei que la india era un pais asqueroso y muy ignorante es decir supersticioso, despues de averiguar y ver videos como este , ya no creo que sea asqueroso, ahora estoy seguro que lo es.

  5. La verdad es que no entiendo a la india, llevan cuatro mil años de civilización, mucha sabiduría,mucha historia y mucha cultura, pero que mal, la India ha tenido tres mil años para organizar un sistema de producción y distribución de alimentos de manera que la comida se vuelva accesible a toda la población, mas sin embargo la gente sigue muriendo de hambre,(estados unidos garantizo la alimentación básica para su población en solo doscientos años). Después de tres mil años de historia todavía tienen un mugroso estado que no es capaz ni de defender a su población campesina rural contra las acechanzas de las multinacionales gringas como monsanto. La verdad es que que mal la india,que mal. Después de tres mil años deberían tener un sistema de salud publica perfectamente organizado, pero no lo tienen y la gente sigue muriendo de cólera y disentería, que mal la india, que mal,no entiendo nada.

  6. Resumen: Machismo, dioses a montones y agua con germenes ¿? … Vaya, me sorprendió saber que antes las mujeres tuvieron importancia.

  7. Llegue por casualidad a este video no lo vi, porque si hoy en dia esos malditos miserables viven como viven, no me imagino antes.estuve alla en el 2011 y casi muero intoxicado. Asquerosos inmundos adoradores de ratas y de todo.

  8. Dicen también que las primeras sociedades que poblaron estás tierras fueron familias que salieron de Africa pero que después estas sociedades pacificas fueron obligada a descender hacia las islas , oceania, Australia etc.

  9. Ni una palabra sobre el SATI? Cuando la mujer enviudaba (los maridos solian ser mas viejos) la mujer era QUEMADA VIVA en la pira junto con el cuerpo de su marido, hasta que llego el imperio britanico y lo prohibio. A pesar de ello hoy en dia se dan casos, el ultimo conocido en 2008.


  11. Si te gusto este video por favor apoyame con un like, compartelo y no olvides suscribirte, mira la vida de otra civilización aqui: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U09jNaAVhWM&t=387s

  12. Mi primo fue y volvió lleno de parásitos y calvo!!
    No es un país, es un antro.
    Además respecto al tema de las castas: no surgió como división según las ocupaciones, sino como división racial. Los invasores arios lo crearon para no desaparecer (fracasaron).

  13. Hace poco tiempo!! Estaba meditando y en esas meditaciones pude escuchar una voz de una mujer que me dijo * hijo ya vamos por ti* eso me desconcertó un poco pero después se me vino una imagen de una mujer muy parecida a las Diosas de la india así tipo azul con joyas y ropas ! Etc!!! Creo que tenía como un bastón con una luna !! Y pues solo quería compartir eso !! Ah y venía como del espacio en una estrella tipo cometa !!!

  14. Gran barat me dicen por baranasi el nombre verdadero de lo que es actualmente india pakistan banghadesh nepal sri lanka todo ese territorio era barat o gran barat antes del veda es asi o no?

  15. De ahí vienen el clasismo, la discriminación social , el machismo y la poca evolución de una sociedad que se aferra al pasado

  16. Éso aún es así… No les gusta mezclar las castas así que son bastantes clasistas y machistas. A pesar de lo que me agrada su cultura, aún muchas de esas prácticas siguen vigentes.

  17. Muy buen video , pero te faltó mencionar cómo en varias localidades , aún hoy en día si les nacen niñas , las envenenan porque sólo quieren niños ..

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