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What effects did power and social class have on the lives of the Ancient Indian people?
Indian Social Class Test at 9am Tomorrow! Study or FAIL!!
How were the social classes in India set up?
What were the valuable things that were traded in India
In this storyboard box, there is an Indian teacher excited to teach is class about the Indian social classes/caste. To see what they learned, he's giving them a test on the subject for the next day.
In this storyboard box, There are five representatives for each class of the Indian caste system. The person on the far left represents the Brahmin (Spiritual leaders and teachers). The person next to him represents the warriors and nobility(a.k.a Kshatriyas). The person with the turban in the middle represents the merchants and producers (the Vaishyas). The guy crying on the far right represents the Untouchables, who took on the worst labor thoughout India.
In India, chickens were regarded as the main animal being traded there along with other foods like wheat,rice,lentils,figs,salt,sugar,etc.
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