The Indus River Valley was a great place to settle. It had fertilized soil for crops to grow and it had mountains that had melted snow that made the river over flow.
The Indus River Valley
Buddhism was created by monks and a king named Asoka. Asoka left his family and became a monk. Some of the monks started to call Asoka Buddha.
Asoka The Great
Asoka The Great was a horrible man and then her turned good after he killed his last brother that was left in his whole entire family. Asoka had 5 wife's and 7 kids all together. He also created Buddhism.
The peasants and servants did work for the upper classes like working on the land.
The Untouchable did jobs that none of the upper classes wanted to do like handling dead bodies.
Priest and Academics preformed rituals for god and taught dharma.
The warriors and kings made all the everyday descisions.
The merchants and landowners traded cattle and many other things.
There was many different fun things to do in India and lots of things happened with Asoka The Great!