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Class 6th , Chapter 6: Kingdoms, Kings and an Early Republic
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How men became ruler. Janapadas

Arti Chhawari is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Arti Chhawari
Story teller.Less as a teacher and more as a designer of meaningful experiences.Lets reconstruct our hi(story) together📚

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plz explain the design of airport taxiway
Neeraj Sharma
10 months ago
ok ..in next lesson
thank you very much Mam it helps us understanding the concept better....
thank you very much Mam it helps us understanding the concept better....
Hello ma'am..I just watched that video after reading nitin's comment and couldn't help myself but say that whatever happened that day and the indecency that you face in your YouTube live classes in general is really very very unfortunate and disappointing.I really feel sorry and pity all those who make you uncomfortable.Maintaining the decorum of class is far beyond their understanding, they don't even know to respect a girl..They are nothing but losers and don't deserve any bit of your time and painstaking effort. Ma'am, all I want to say is don't get bogged down by the distasteful and offensive behaviour around,ever, as there is a lot of honesty, sincerity & conviction in your teaching, attitude and persona and that really transpires to us through your interactive and engaging classes. To say the least, we are more than happy to have you as our teacher. So, the last thing we want to see is you getting emotional. We are all on a #happylearning journey with you ma'am, may be it's our turn to say #happyteaching to you....😊 As a thank you gesture to you I wrote few lines whenever you find yourself surrounded with negativities,challenges or hardships; Come what may, 1 to tenacity, none to dismay Bring on the hustle, Shoot up the tussle, Knock off the inhibitions, put your faith to wrestle Dump the failures, live up to your beliefs, because, When the winds roar and the nature wages battle, Survive few among many, are the trees with mettle Facing the wrath, seems only the leaves unsettle, But beneath,it's the roots that Rebel.......:)
Arti Chhawari
6 months ago
Thankyou soooo much for these kind words. They really inspires me to move further. Means a lot. #happylearning:)
Manjul Shekhar
6 months ago
You're welcome ma'am..Keep going keep growing..you inspire many! #happyteaching :)
Manjul Shekhar
6 months ago
Ma'am I don't exactly know why you abruptly ended yesterday's session just after 10 minutes but presumably it's because of the obscenity going on in the chats.. I can well understand how much disturbing it must be for you but at the end of the day you will have to ignore the foul comments that people make in your youtube classes otherwise they will only make teaching harder for you with time as they are least bothered about your efforts and how you feel and believe me ma'am majority of them are not serious learners at all..Frankly speaking,if you wish to continue to grow and come up strong you will have to deal with it as you will come across this type of sick mentality most of the times in some form or the other because this is the ugly side of our society..women getting objectified,cursed, judged and abused.. So ma'am, being sensitive is your quality but being vulnerable will only cost you emotionally and mentally as life isn't that easy. You only need to fight outside when really needed but most of the times it's the fight that you put in your head that's makes all the difference.Ma'am just cope with the situation, be unresponsive to the filth and try not to feel because, ultimately, the best feeling is when you stop feeling. Grow mentally strong each day and just do what is meant to be done.Stick to your plans and stay focused on your vision.May be a bit late but good things will surely come up..:) :) [ Just a suggestion: Ma'am you can disable the chat section during your youtube live class and enable it for few minutes at the end just for doubt clarification and also if possible try turning off the visibility so that you are not visible live in the top right hand corner..only the audio will be fine for those who really want to study...Hope that helps:) ] More power to you.. :)
Arti Chhawari
6 months ago
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Arti Chhawari
6 months ago
:)
Arti Ma'am, this is regarding your YouTube video on Unacademy published on 4th Feb. I understand it's not that easy to ignore the comments when you see it while teaching live but always remember one thing, when people comment anything wrong, it reflects how they are as a human being. It has nothing to do with you as a person. I know the amount of time and efforts that goes in making the ppt and the whole video. It's easy for us to sit at our homes and comment anything but the one who is preparing all the content and teaching us knows how much energy and time it takes to execute everything. You know who you are as a person and a teacher, you are giving your best efforts for us in delivering the lectures. So, please try not to get affected by any negative comment. Ma'am, log to bhagwan se bhi khush nhi hai, unme bhi kuch na kuch kamiya nikaal dete hai, to hum insaano ki kya hi baat hai. :) Keep teaching like this and you will do wonders in life. You are an excellent teacher, your way of explaining things is superb. You are a pure soul and a genuine person.😇 Stay happy and keep smiling, always! :) Stay blessed! May you get all the happiness of life.😇 :)
Arti Chhawari
6 months ago
Means a lot.Thankyou🤗 Stay blessed. #happylearning:)
Nitin Khetarpal
6 months ago
Richa Mishra
6 months ago
nitin bhai aap bilkul sahi bol rahe ho "log toh bhagvan se bhi khush nii h toh hum toh insaan h " .. hum unn lecture ko live dekhte hi nahi h bcz hum arti mam ke bare m toh kya shayed kisi ke baare m asa niii sun sakte..... bcz agar hum kisi ki taareef nii kar sakte toh kisi ke baare m kuch kahna ka bhi kisiko koi adhikaar nii h.....
Nitin Khetarpal
6 months ago
Bilkul sahi baat hai. Students dekhte nhi ke koi person hum sabke liye itna kuch kar raha hai, ghar ki and other responsibilities bhi hoti hai and then uske baad ma'am hum sabke liye time nikalkti hai, ppts banana, pura lecture ache se deliver karna, kitna time and efforts lagta hai. But people don't understand this. I felt really very bad after seeing ma'am getting affected by those comments. How can people be like that to such a sweet and genuine person who gives her 100% for us. Our blessings and best wishes are always with ma'am. Arti Ma'am is THE BEST! ☺ 😇
Richa Mishra
5 months ago
yes , Arti mam is the best love u mam👩‍🏫👩‍🏫
my optional is history i watched ur lessons on app as well as youtube thank u s0,0000000 much but i am preparing with hindi medium, ur all theese lectures are very valueable,,,,,,,
  1. Complete Analysis of NCERTs on History Class 6th to gth


  2. Class 6th Chapter 6: Kingdoms, Kings and early Republic


  3. How some men became rulers .Rajas or kings in the early ancient times were chosen by jana (the people), but later they were chosen through sacrifices and offerings. The Ashwamedha yajna or the horse sacrifice was a major ritual in ancient India. In this sacrifice, a horse was let loose and wandered into other kingdoms. If a king of another kingdom stops the horse, the king who set the horse free wages a war against him. But if the horse passes through a kingdom unharmed, the kingdom becomes a feudatory (official part) of the parent kingdom


  4. .The raja who organised this kind of sacrifice was considered very powerful, and had a special seat such as a throne or tiger skin. His relatives, sons, and wives performed minor sacrifices, and the other rajas were mere spectators Priests performed the ceremony and ordinary people called vish or vaishya brought gifts. Brahmin Kshaktriya Vaishya Shudra


  5. Mahajanapadas Rajas who performed the Ashwamedha sacrif ice were now known as rajas of janapadas. Many janapada sites have been excavated such as Purana Qila in Delhi, Hastinapur near Meerut, and Atranjikheera near Etah andhara uru oja Sa Surasena Koliya Panchala Malla Kosala Magadha Matsya Archaeologists found that the people there lived in huts, kept cattle and other animals, and also grew a variety of crops such as wheat, rice, barley, pulses, sugarcane, sesa me and mustard. RAng Vamsa SLS xvanga Chedi Avanti They made grey and red earthen pots. A peculiar type of earthen pots, known as the had Painted Grey Ware linear and geometric design.


  6. Around 500 BCE, mahajanapadas rose to power. They were larger and more powerful than janapadas, and fortified cities and huge armies Forts were built to protect people from enemy raids and attacks. And the height and strength of the walls of forts became a symbol of the glory of the kings who built them Building huge walls required huge amounts of money a large supply of resources (money,etc.), and hundreds of men and women labourers. Armies were maintained by each mahajanapada, and their soldiers were paid salaries using punch-marked coins.


  7. Taxes The raja had a lot of work, such as building forts, maintaining armies, etc., and all those big projects needed money, so the rajas collected taxes from their people. The farmers had to pay a bhaga (a share) equal to 1/6th of their farm produce to the king. Craftspeople had to pay tax in kind by working one full day for the emperor each month. 17 Herders paid taxes in the form of animals and animal produce. There were taxes on import and export as well as on hunter-gatherers who had to give a share of their forest produce.


  8. Changes in agriculture Two major changes took place during this time in the field of agriculture. .The first was the increasing use of the iron ploughshare to turn heavy and clayey soil so that more crops can be produced. The second was transplanting paddy, where instead of scattering the seeds, saplings we grown and then planted in the fields. This process required a lot of hard work, so slave men and women known as daasas and daasis and bonded labourers called kammakaras were employed to wo rk in the fields. ploughshaft ploughshare


  9. Closer Look to Magadh .Drained by the Ganges and the Son rivers, Magadha became the most powerful mahajanapada in ancient India. .Magadha was important for transport and trade, and its fertile regions made agriculture prosper Gandhara uru oja Sa Surasena Koliya Panchala Malla Va Parts of Magadha were forested and elephants from there were trained to fight for the army. Kosala Magadha Matsya Anga amsa Forests also provided wood, and the iron mines in the region provided the metal to make strong weapons and tools anga Chedi Avanti


  10. Magadha had many powerful rulers such as Bimbisara and Ajatsatru of the Haryanka dynasty, and Mahapadma Nanda of the Nanda dynasty Rajagriha was the capital of Magadha for many years, and later the capital was moved to Pataliputra. .In around 300BCE, Alexander had conquered half of the known world and wanted to conquer India next. But stories of the glorious army of Magadha instilled fear in his armies who were already exhausted, so he returned to Europe. Shravasti Vaishali Varanas Pataliputra Rajagriha Vidisha Ujjain


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