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6th Grade Chapter 11: Civilizations of Early India Sections 1 & 2

Across
River within the subcontinent of India. This river's waters are thought to be sacred by the Hindus of India. Millions of Indians line its banks every year to bathe as it is said to wash away bad karma and cure disease.
Fortified area.
Are a mountain range in Asia separating the plains of the Indian subcontinent from the Tibetan Plateau. This mountain range has the Earth's highest peaks, including the highest peak, Mount Everest.
Collection of hundreds of sacred hymns composed by the Aryans of Ancient India.
Member of the second-highest Indian caste. Grouping which is made up of rulers and warriors.
A large landmass that is set apart from the rest of the continent.
Member of the fourth-highest Indian caste. Grouping which is made up of farmers and people who performed manual labor.
Seasonal wind that brings rain to the Indian subcontinent during parts of the year.
River within the subcontinent of India. It flows along the northwestern part of India and provided the Indus Valley civilizations fertile farmland due to its flooding.
Member of the highest Indian caste. Grouping which is made up of priests.
Down
Member of the third-highest Indian caste. Grouping which is made up of landowners, bankers, and merchants.
Fixed social class into which a person is born.
Special building used to hold grain.
Main river and all of the other rivers and streams that drain into it.
Member of the lowest Indian caste. Grouping which is made up of people who perform the dirty or unpleasant jobs.
Main mountain range of modern day Afghanistan, helps separate the subcontinent of India in the from the rest of Asia.
Nomadic people who migrated from modern day Afghanistan into India. Composed the Vedas which are a collection of hundreds of sacred hymns.