WHAP Ch 3 Quiz: Classic India

by: angelgeronimo

No classical civilization was more open to outside influence that India, and in Buddhism it produced a true world religion. Indian influence was particularly strong in Southeast Asia, but it is also found in art, philosophy, and religious ideas in the Mediterranean. India’s influence depended on the its costal regions becoming a core region of a trade network that included the silk roads and the Indian Ocean.

  1. 1

    What were the two underlying patterns of Indian civilization during the classical period?

  2. 2

    Why were the kindgoms of the Ganges River plain more centralized than those of the Himalaya foothills?

  3. 3

    Which of the following was NOT a brahmanic privilege in the early kingdoms of the Ganges plain?

  4. 4

    Which of the following statements concerning the Indian caste structure is most accurate?

  5. 5

    Karma was the

  6. 6

    What was the typical household among lower-caste groups in Indian society?

  7. 7

    Which of the following was not a teaching of Buddha?

  8. 8

    Which of the brahmanic teachings did Buddha accept?

  9. 9

    The emperor who converted to Buddhism was

  10. 10

    How did the Gupta differ from the Maurya?

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