The Geography of India can be very easily divided right into a few targeted sections, each one largely named after the existing non secular and political personality of the interval which it embraces, as theB rahnanical, theB uddhist and theM uhammadan. The Brahmanical interval could hint the sluggish extension of the A ryan race over Northern I ndia, from their first profession of the Panjab to the increase of Buddhism, and could include the entire of the Prehistoric, or earliest portion of their historical past, duiing which period the faith of the Vedas was once the present trust of the rustic. The Buddhist interval, or historical Geography of I ndia, could embody the increase, extension, and decline of theB uddhist religion, from the period of Buddha, to the conquests of Mahmud of Ghazni, in the course of the higher a part of which era Buddhism used to be the dominant faith of the rustic. The Muhammadan interval, or sleek Geography of I ndia, could embody the increase and extension of theM uhammadan energy, from the time of Mahmud of Ghazni to the conflict of Plassey, or approximately 750 years, in which time theM usalm ,ns have been the paramount sovereigns of I ndia.
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