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Dr.Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan One of the most celebrated writers in the modern India today his work varies on philosophical, theological, ethical, educational, social and cultural subjects. He contributed numerous articles to different well-known journals, which, are of immense value and seems to surprise various readers because of the depth in the meaning of the articles.
The Village communities are little republics having nearly everything they can want within themselves and almost independent of any foreign relations. They seem to last when nothing else lost. Dynasty after dynasty remains the same; Revolution succeeds to revolution; Hindu, Pathan, Moghul, English, Sikh are all masters in turn; but the Village community remains the same.
South Asia's first cities were established around 2600 B.C. in what is now Pakistan and western India. The peoples who built and ruled these cities belong to what archaeologists refer to as the Harappan Culture or Indus Civilization.
Starting way back from the Indus Civilization... It begins with a mysterious culture along the Indus River and in farming communities in the southern lands of India. The history of India is punctuated by constant integration of migrating people with the diverse cultures that surround India. Available evidence suggests that the use of iron, copper and other metals was widely prevalent in the Indian sub-continent at a fairly early period, which is indicative of the progress that this part of the world had made. By the end of the fourth millennium BC, India had emerged as a region of highly developed civilization. The saga of India had a complex web of many dynasties, foreign Invasions and still standing with all the Pride.