Sign up now
to enroll in courses, follow best educators, interact with the community and track your progress.
What, Where, How and When - 1 (in Hindi)
24,835 plays

Earliest People part-1

Aartee Mishra is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Aartee Mishra
Delhi University Topper Post Graduation in History YouTube & Telegram Channel - Rank secure. Successfully Taught 40 GS Batches/ Motivator

Unacademy user
thankuu so much mam.mam mujhe ye puchna tha k mam kya ye sab points hame note down krna chahiye ya nahi.
mam apka whatsup no mill jata toh accha hota because I really impressed you and hum apke saath personally connect hona chahte hain agar nii Dena ho toh ? I understand but Bata Dena taki hum e wait naa karna pade plz☺️
mam i have a question if we r studing from these slides do we have to read this from book as well again or theses slides are more then enough
Aartee mam nice lecture , but u make a mistake .you show china oriented map of jammu and kashmir in which pok and aksai chin portion shown as not a part of INDIA..
thnkz for these lecturs🙏
  1. Basics of Ancient Histornv PresentedbN

  2. am Aartee Mishra Graduated from Delhi University, Topper in all my semesters, Pursuing P.G and preparing for CSE. You can find all my courses at 2011 Also by Downloading the Unacademy Learning appfrom the Google Playstore

  3. WHAT, WHERE, HOW AND WHEN? Where did people live? People have lived along the banks of Narmada river for several hundred thousand years. Some of the earliest people who lived here were skilled gatherers, They also hunted animals Women and men first began to grow crops such as wheat and barley about 8000 years ago in Sulaiman and Kirthar hills to the northwest. People also began rearing animals like sheep, goat, and cattle, and lived in villages Garo hills to the north-east and the Vindhyas in central India were some of the other areas where agriculture developed. The places where rice was first grown are to the north of the Vindhyas

  4. abu / lainan en THAR Garo Vindhya Narmada Satpura Tapti R. Bay of Bengal DECCA N Arabian Searabhadi Pennar ver Lakshadveep 0 T ndi an O c e a n

  5. WHAT, WHERE, HOW AND WHEN? Movements of people enriched our cultural traditions. People have shared new ways of carving stone, composing music, and even cooking food over several hundreds of years Names of the land: Two of the words we often use for our country are India and Bharat. The word India comes from the Indus, called Sindhu in Sanskrit The Iranians and the Greeks who came through the northwest about 2500 years ago and were familiar with the Indus, called it the Hindos or the Indos, and the land to the east of the river was called India. INDIA The name Bharata was used for a group of people who lived in the northwest, and who are mentioned in the Rigveda, the earliest composition in Sanskrit (dated to about 3500 years ago)

  6. WHAT, WHERE, HOW AND WHEN? >Finding out about the past: There are several ways of finding out about the past. One is to search for and read books that were written long ago. These are called manuscripts, because they were written by hand (this comes from the Latin word 'manu', meaning hand) These were usually written on palm leaf, or on the specially prepared bark of a tree known as the birch, which grows in the Himalayas Over the years, many manuscripts were eaten away by insects, some were destroyed, but many have survived, often preserved in temples and monasteries These books dealt with all kinds of subjects: religious beliefs and practices, the lives of kings, medicine and science. Besides, there were epics, poems, plays. Many of these were written in Sanskrit, others were in Prakrit (languages used by ordinary people) and Tamil

  7. WHAT, WHERE, HOW AND WHEN? Finding out about the past: We can also study inscriptions. These are writings on relatively hard surfaces such as stone or metal Sometimes, kings got their orders inscribed so that people could see, read and obey them. There are other kinds of inscriptions as well, where men and women (including kings and queens) recorded what they did For example, kings often kept records of victories in battle There were many other things that were made and used in the past. Those who study these objects are called archaeologists

  8. Meet you in lesson 1 Part B Do remember to download the Unacademy Learning App from the Google Playstore Do Subscribe to Unacademy's Youtube Channel Wi