In the study of ancient Indian culture the importance of geography has often been overlooked. A close inspection reveals that different regions have to be distinguished, with altogether different cultural and political histories. This lecture will concentrate on the North of the Indian subcontinent during the centuries preceding and following the beginning of the Common Era, and bring to light the ways in which these regions and their cultures interacted so as to bring about what we look upon as classical Indian civilization.
- Event start
- 9. 6. 2016 10:00
- Faculty of Arts, Jan Palach Square 2, Prague 1 (room 217)
- Organizing Institution
- Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
- Event type