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Ancient history was from the beginning of recorded history (c. 4000 B.C.) until the fall of the Roman Empire (c. A.D. 500).

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I doubt anyone can tell if its a pure fiction or not. As @T.E.D. mentioned, these stories were recited in the early days and were transferred from one generation to another generation. Since you know …
answered Nov 8 '12 by Jayaram
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Whenever I read an article on ancient Indian history, I see people only writing about the Indus valley civilization and the Aryans. But what about Dravidians? Didn't they exist even before the Aryans …
asked Feb 6 '12 by Jayaram
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I was a student learning Vedic mathematics a couple of years ago. I remember they talked about prime numbers also being mentioned in the vedas(probably Rig Veda). I tried to find links that mention it …
answered Aug 30 '12 by Jayaram
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For someone who is born in India, some of the few mythological stories we watch on tv/hear from our grandparents are Ramayana, excerpts from Mahabharata or other Vedic stories of gods, the vedic way …
asked Aug 28 '12 by Jayaram
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I think everyone knows about the golden ratio or the divine proportion (I got to know more about it after reading the wikipedia article on it). It's present everywhere in nature and also in the human …
asked Jul 20 '12 by Jayaram