Lost Treasures of the Ancient World 3: Ancient India

Overview

This video is part of the Lost Treasures of the Ancient World series that investigates some of the great civilizations of the ancient world. One of the most fabulous cultures was that of ancient India. The country was wealthy in both material goods and learning. The Taj Mahal is a symbol of the height of India's affluence. The inner world of India is exemplified by the practices of Yoga, Hinduism, and Buddhism, with their emphasis on inner development. Lost Treasures of the Ancient World 3: Ancient India includes...
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Overview

This video is part of the Lost Treasures of the Ancient World series that investigates some of the great civilizations of the ancient world. One of the most fabulous cultures was that of ancient India. The country was wealthy in both material goods and learning. The Taj Mahal is a symbol of the height of India's affluence. The inner world of India is exemplified by the practices of Yoga, Hinduism, and Buddhism, with their emphasis on inner development. Lost Treasures of the Ancient World 3: Ancient India includes a replica of a 3,000-year-old city, to illustrate the grandeur of ancient India. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter
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Special Features

Superb 3D graphics; State-of-the-art computer generated animation; All new location footage; Expert commentary and analyses
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/31/2006
  • UPC: 032031709492
  • Original Release: 2000
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  • Source: Kultur Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 50:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 59,015

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Lost Treasures of the Ancient World: Ancient India - A Journey Back in Time
1. Opening [:46]
2. Origins of Indian Civilization [4:41]
3. Cities of the Indus Valley [1:50]
4. Indus Valley Beliefs [:45]
5. The Vedic Period [3:34]
6. The Caste System [1:19]
7. The Mauryan Empire [2:12]
8. Rise of Buddhism [2:25]
9. The Ajanta Caves [2:21]
10. The Gupta Dynasty [3:09]
11. The Rajput Empire [3:17]
12. Rise of Islam [4:21]
13. Islamic Architecture [4:43]
14. The Mogal Empire [7:01]
15. The Taj Mahal [5:06]
16. Credits [:33]
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