20 Events/ Objects 5000 BC – 500 BC

  1. Geography and Geology (3D physical map of the planet): Glaciers, Oceans, Monsoons, Rivers, Mountains
  2. Migration to the subcontinent, Neolithic people, cave paintings, utensils, Stone Age, southern India habitat, sea voyage, central India habitat, northeast settlements
  3. Australo-asiad people, Santal, Munda, Ho tribes, masked folk dance (many masks), food, culture, rituals, village,
  4. Adivasi languages, words, music, faith, mythology, animal sacrifice, agriculture, Tribal habitation map with oral expression(multimedia)
  5. Indus-Valley Civilization, Mohen-jo-daro, Harappa, people, artifacts, town-planning
  6. Saraswati settlements, water supply, waste disposal, sewer, granary
  7. Trade and commerce in 2000BC, roads to north and west, traded goods, people, economy, technology and engineering, time-line, Seals and Statues
  8. Theory of Karma, jaina cosmology (anthropomorphic), early tirthankaras, attributes, Golden rules, nonviolence, truth, shaman philosophy
  9. Vedic people, vedic rituals, Fire altar (yajnakunda), vedic prosody, Vedic language, oral transmission, Phonemes
  10. The Vedas, invocation to the deities, description of nature, cultural representation, Brahmana philosophy, sacrificial rituals, Vedic cosmology
  11. Susruta, the book on surgery, healing therapy, Ayurvada, herb remedy, body classification, Surgical tools
  12. Vedanga- Sounds, Vocabulary, Astronomy (2D sky) , Kalpa, chhanda, Grammar: People, books
  13. Sutra literature, sacrifice, house-keeping, social, architecture, marital sex, concept of Sham, Shanti, harmony, vastu concept
  14. Indian Society in 1000AD, Sample in the north, sample in the south, phases of life(wholesomeness)
  15. Systems of Philosophy, Nyaya, Vaiseshika, Mimamsa, Sankhya, Yoga, Six philosophers
  16. Upanisad, Varieties, Cosmology, Vedanta, Faith, religion, Krishna
  17. Theories of Mind, Meditation, Mantra(inscribed words and audio), Japa
  18. Metaphysics and Science of Health, diseases, prevention, Body and Mind, nADisystem(nerves)
  19. Bards, Oral literature, proto-Indo-European languages, proto-Indian Languages
  20. Sanskrit language, formalization, Panini, Alphabets, nouns, verbs, indigenous languages,Indo-European language tree