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The Huns’ power came largely from their strength as horsemen



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The Huns’ power came largely from their strength as horsemen

  • Nomads from the Asiatic steppes invaded China and established their own regional kingdom

  • The Huns initiated a series of invasions and gained control over northwestern India

  • Unable to restore control over even its tributary princes, the Gupta dynasty collapsed entirely around in the late 500s C.E.


    Similarity – Judaism and Hinduism

    • Initially, the differences are seen: Judaism is monotheistic and Hindus worship many gods although Hindus believe that all gods are manifestations of the cosmic force known as Brahman

    • Yet before 500 C.E. Judaism and Hinduism were similar in that both had written scriptures and an ethical code to live by

    • In Judaism, there is the Bible and in particular, the Torah – the first five books of the Bible that according to the Hebrews, reveal God’s laws and Commandments for his people

    • In Hinduism, there are several sacred texts: the Vedas, the Upanishads, and the Bhagavad-Gita

    • In both Judaism and Hinduism, there are ethical rules to follow – Jews are to follow God’s Commandments, to do good and Hindus are to make good actions, good karma





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