From the resources that we have, we get a chance to dig into our roots and find out how life was in different eras of our history. That surely makes us more appreciative of what we have now. Nonetheless, it also makes us proud of our ancestors in many ways.

From hunters in caves to gatherers in forests to farmers in permanent settlements to development of towns and cities and occupations and learning and what not; history gives us a glimpse of all this and much more. It seems so far yet so close to trace our growth socially, economically, politically and culturally.

Can you even imagine what it must have been like to be in Harappa or Patliputra or Kalinga or Ujjain during the reigns of early rulers?

Bringing forth from the annals of history is our this week's Whys & Hows on Pre-Vedic and Vedic Ages and Mauryan and Gupta Dynasties.

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