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Lecture 4

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Global Asia Studies
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GASA01H3
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Liang Chen

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Week 4 Religion
Medieval India
Islamic influence in Northern India
Islamic invasion, conversion of Indians to Muslim
Establishment of Islam in Northern India
Islamic and Persian culture gradually became part of south and southeast Asian
cultures
Delhi Sultanate (slave dynasty)
Discriminatory policies toward Hindus, heavy head tax (6%)
Softening of Muslim rules
Internal power struggles
Fusion of Hindu and Persian/Iranian cultures
Southern India
Is mostly unshaken by what is happening in the North
Central for religion, trade, art
Wealth and prosperity in the southern system
Vijiyanagara Empire of Victory
Main legacy is its magnificent capital
Centuries of invasion brought Islam into Northern India
In the North, a Turk named Babur conquered the Mughal Dynasty
Early and Medieval Southeast Asia
Countries include: Burma, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Malay, Singapore, Indonesia, and
Philippines
Origins of people: nearly all migrants from China, Thais origin in South China
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Week 4 Religion Medieval India Islamic influence in Northern India Islamic invasion, conversion of Indians to Muslim Establishment of Islam in Northern India Islamic and Persian culture gradually became part of south and southeast Asian cultures Delhi Sultanate (slave dynasty) Discriminatory policies toward Hindus, heavy head tax (6%) Softening of Muslim rules Internal power struggles Fusion of Hindu and PersianIranian cultures Southern India Is mostly unshaken by what is happening in the North Central for religion, trade, art Wealth and prosperity in the southern system Vijiyanagara Empire of Victory Main legacy is its magnificent capital Centuries of invasion brought Islam into Northern India In the North, a Turk named Babur conquered the Mughal Dynasty Early and Medieval Southeast Asia Countries include: Burma, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Malay, Singapore, Indonesia, and Philippines Origins of people: nearly all migrants from China, Thais origin in South China www.notesolution.com
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