Lesson 12 of 13 • 0 upvotes • 8:36 mins
The Indo-Aryans, the Indo-Greeks, the Shakas, the Kushanas, the Hunas (Hephthalites), the Ghaznavids, the Ghurids, the Timurids, all had one thing in common – they all came from Central Asia. This region remains poorly studied and taught in our syllabus. Unless we understand the developments in those regions, we cannot establish a correlation between the conditions in the central Asia and their invasions in India. It is necessary to study the Indian history in global perspective too. That’s why this lesson. In this lesson we will discuss the political developments taking place in central Asia and the origin of Ghaznavids, their campaigns in central Asia before turning their attention towards India.
13 lessons • 2 h 15 m
Overview: The First Three Centuries of the Medieval Period
Period between 700 to 711 AD.
Arab Invasion of Sindh
Aftermaths of the Arab Invasion of Sindh
The Rashtrakutas - Part 1
The Rashtrakutas - Part 2
The Tripartite Struggle
The Golden Age of Islam
Religion During the Three Centries
The Developments in Central Asia
India on the eve of Ghaznavid Invasion