The Indus Valley Civilization is the topic of “Let’s Go Again 6,000 Years,” a tune for youngsters meant to complement the favored Historical past of Hindu India documentary “From Historical Instances.” The documentary and tune, the primary of three for this time interval, neatly complement the research of India and the Hindu faith in American center faculties. A simple approach for teenagers to get an outline of the most important civilization in historical instances.
Music: Aks and Lakshmi (
Lyrics: Dragan Stojkovski
Video and subtitles: Artyom Kuchma
Half One, Track One, “Let’s Go Again 6,000 Years:”
Half One, Track Two, “That is What Hindus Imagine”
Half One, Track Three, “Hindus Love Celebrations”
Full Historical past Sequence Playlist:
From Historical Instances:
300 to 1000ce:
1000 to 1850 ce:
1850 to 1947:
1947 to Current:
Purchase the Historical past of Hindu India Textbook:
“The Historical past of Hindu India” (Half One) was developed by the editors of Hinduism Right now journal in collaboration with Dr. Shiva Bajpai, Professor Emeritus of Historical past, California State College Northridge. It’s meant to supply an genuine presentation of the early historical past of India and Hinduism to be used in American sixth grade social research lessons, in addition to Hindu temple research teams and basic shows on the Hindu faith and historical past.
The documentary relies on the primary chapter of the textbook, The Historical past of Hindu India, revealed in 2011. It covers Indian historical past from the Indus-Saraswati Civilization as much as the Gupta interval (to 300 ce). The Hindu idea of God is defined, together with the important thing ideas of karma, dharma, ahimsa and reincarnation, the observe of temple worship, main saints and the principle Hindu scriptures.
For extra data and for sophistication lesson plans based mostly on the guide, go to www.hinduismtoday.com/training/. This documentary is directed and produced by Sushma Khadepaun; produced and narrated by Roger (Raj) Narayan. Funded by the Uberoi Basis, Institute for Curriculum Development, this movie could also be freely distributed for academic functions.