Hello, welcome to ancient India, this is my home. I am going to teach you all about it get ready.
First I would like to start off by talking about the Ganges river, and the Himalaya mountains. The Ganges river carries silt from the Himalayas to the northern plains. When the river passes through the plains it leaves rich sediment.
The Himalaya Mountains are located along India's northern border. This mountain range is the highest in the world and forms a natural border between the Indian subcontinent and much of Asia.
The next thing I will be talking about is the advancements of MohenjoDaro. One of the advancements of MohenjoDaro is the scale and weights. The scale and weights were used for trading goods. These weights where made out of a type of stone called chert.
Another advancement of MohenjoDaro is the Great Bath. The Great Bath is a pool made out of waterproof brick. It was 39 feet long and 8 feet deep. It had small dressing rooms around the pool. It seems that the people of MohenjoDaro used the Great Bath to bathe.
The next thing I will be talking about is Hinduism. Hinduism is a religion found by not one single person. Beginning in the Indus River Valley and spreading throughout India. Hinduism developed over thousands of years as a collection of traditions. In Hinduism they have this thing called the Vedas. The Vedas are a collection of sacred texts, including verses, hymns, prayers, and teachings, written is Sanskirt.
Now I am going to talk about Buddhism. Buddhism is a very interesting religion I suggest you should look it up. Prince Siddartha's father kept him away from aging, sickness, and death. But one day Prince Siddartha went out of the palace and found out about aging, sickness, and death. And that's what inspired him to become a ascetic.
Now let's talk about King Ashoka. To maintain peacefulness King Ashoka eliminated wars of conquest and never fought another kingdom for its land.