This PSEB 6th Class Social Science Notes Chapter 18 India and the World will help you in revision during exams.
PSEB 6th Class Social Science Notes Chapter 18 India and the World
→ India’s contact with the outside world: By the 7th century A.D., India’s contact with South-East Asia had grown considerably.
→ It had begun with the Indian merchants making voyages to these islands to exchange their goods for spices.
→ Indian luxury goods exported to Western countries: Fine clothes, jewellery, inlaid work, precious stones, perfumes, muslin, ivory goods, and spices were regularly exported to Western countries, especially to Greece and Rome.
→ Silk Road: Silk Road is the route connecting China with Europe.
→ Champa and Cambodia: During ancient times, Vietnam and Kampuchea were known as Champa and Cambodia, respectively.
→ The Angkorvat Temple: The Angkorvat Temple is situated in Kampuchea.
→ The temple has sculptures depicting scenes from the Ramayana and the Mahabharata.
→ The Arabs’ contribution to the Indian culture: The Arabs gave a great contribution to the spread of Indian culture.
→ They translated Indian works in mathematics, medicine, astronomy, and literature into Arabic.
→ Occupation of Sind: The Arabs occupied Sind in 712 by the Arabs A.D. and set up trade settlements in India.
→ Bamiyan: Bamiyan lies in Afghanistan. There were the huge rock-cut statues of the Buddha that were destroyed during the Taliban rule in 2001 A.D.