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The classes, or castes, of ancient India were the brahmins, kshatriyas, vaisyas and sudras. The brahmins were the priest class, the kshatriyas the ruler and warrior class, the vaisyas the merchants, artisans, farmers, etc., and the sudras the peasants and laborers. There were also the "untouchables." They were the people who did not belong to any of the formal castes, and were thus looked down upon. They were typically given the occupations that members of the other castes found dishonorable or unclean.
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The caste system was used in Ancient India. It consisted of: * Raja- Ruling Kings * Brahmin- Teachers/Priests * Kshatriya- Rulers and Warrior…s * Vaisya- Peasents and Merchants * Sudra- Laborers In the caste system, you may not move between the stages. You are born as what you will stay.
the plebians and the patricians
Why was the caste system of ancient India different than the pyramid type class system of ancient Egypt?
The caste system in ancient India was similar to the one in Egypt, but the Indian one had more to do with religion. For example, if you were born into a family in the lowe…st class, do your job and in your next life, you will be born into a family higher up the caste system. It had to do with karma as well, good karma and the better your chances of a better next life. the hindus believed this to be a way of working in life rather than quitting booty
The opportunities available to common people
Athens-they were based on education more tham miliary Sparta-they were based on there military
There arent any more kings in India
Kings ruled the land Brahmins were the priests teachers and judges Kshatriyas were the warriors or knights Vaisyas were the farmers and merchants Sudras were the craftwork…ers or labourers Untouchables were the outcasts and these are the answers a. Varnas c. Sanskrit / b. Sudras d. the Vedas /
what is the difference between moderndance & ancientdance
They are two separate countrys
They had social classes so that everyone knew their roles
Ancient China is different from Ancient India in many ways! China had different clothes, religion, food, culture, and china had no caste system which India did.
Poorly since they only did unskilled labor
way big is the size of the sky tower but ultimate way big is bigger
Ancient India believed of different gods plus ancient India has many more gods than Ancient Egypt. Also the ancient egyptians buried their pharaohs in a tomb and ancient india… burned them.
Modern has better humor. Ancient uses wierd words. For example: you shalleth be freeeth. They used to eat more meat
Whether you happen to like it or not, Rumpy is speaking truth. These terms are fuzzy because they are simply fuzzy. There is no concrete basis to back anything up or nail it d…own. Lawyers are free to declare themselves in any area of practice they happen to like. There are some rules about referring to oneself as a specialist. That's just about it. As a totally random example, a lawyer might say he practices criminal defense but only ever do drunk driving. That's a real example. Now, should he be saying he's a drunk driving lawyer to be more accurate? There's no rule. There are only norms and patterns of usage. It's not a matter of liking it or not. I couldn't care less. My point was that there seems to be a difference. Many firms seem to recognize that difference. And there is a logical basis for that difference. The rest is irrelevant. But, as you've suggested, the line is not always drawn, and the difference might be largely irrelevant. I'm content with agreeing that many don't see or care about the difference. But in my opinion, and apparently in the opinion of many firms, there is a difference. Given that the original question was about whether there is a difference, and what "business law" encompasses, I think my point stands. But as often happens in these discussions, opinion vs. opinion leads to wasted time. Therefore, I'll leave you two to it.
china and egypt and mesopotamia all invented a form of paper irrigation and religion