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Social developments(part 2)
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Social developments in Gupta age

Arti Chhawari is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Arti Chhawari
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mam manu smriti kya h smj nhi aaya muje abhi tk
Arti Chhawari
4 months ago
It is a law book
Please refer the TN board medieval history book, according to that - women position is miserable during guptas period,and were prohibited from studying the religious texts.
Rahul Kumar
10 months ago
yes it is just contradicting
  1. ANCIENT INDIA THE RISE AND CROWTH OF GUPTA EMPIRE (275 AD - 550 AD) Lesson 12:social development(part2) Presented by:Arti Chhawari Follow me at[

  2. UNTOUCHABLES Increased in numbers,especially Chandellas Fa-hein's account book speaks about them that 1. They lived outside the villages 2. They en try in towns were supposed to be equal to pollution.

  3. WOMEN AND THEIR FREEDOM -Allowed to listen Ramayana,Mahabharata,Puranas -Allowed to worship lord Krishna -Swayamwar was given up Manusmriti suggested early marriage of girl:s Freedom: different mea women ning for different

  4. LOW VARNA WOMAN HIGH VARNA WOMAN Allowed to earn livelihood Not allowed to earn livelihood . Members of higher order became polygamous and property minded Treated women as item of property Immolation of widow in Gupta age. . Complete dependence on husband . No proprietary rights . Only rights on 'stridhan

  5. Ancient India by Ram Sharan Sharma Advent of Aryans and the age of rig A History for Class XI Veda Later vedic phase .Jainism and Buddhism First Magadhan Empire Iranian and Macedonian invasion Mauryan rule . Mauryan Empire,art and Architecture Causes of the fall of Mauryan Empire and the central Asian contacts Impact of central Asian contacts . Rate,comment,, recommend,review And Follow me at The age of Satvahanas . Sangam age The rise and growth of Gupta Empire