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This is where Islam entered India via land, and where much of the population converted.
This is the southern Indian kingdom that was ruled by Rajaraja the Great.
This dynasty marked a golden age of Indian culture, especially for mathematics.
Islam spread readily to these Indonesian islands when the sea lanes adjacent to them became important trade routes.
This Hindu philosopher represented a mixture of tradional Hindu thought with Platonic philosophy.
This Arabian style ship used triangular lateen sails to sail upwind.
This spiritual leader blended Hindu and Islamic ideas to create Sikhism.
A cult of love and devotion that sought to eliminate differences between Hinduism and Islam.
This Buddhist ruler tried to recreate the Gupta Empire after its fall, but his empire did not survive after his death.
This Southeast Asian Kingdom thrived on trade across the Isthmus of Kra.
This Turkic ruler raided India and destroyed many Hindu and Buddhist temples.
This water route became an important link between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific.
This Southeast Asian kingdom developed as overseas trade became more important.
This Southeast Asian site is the home to the largest Hindu temple complex in the world.
Invasions by this nomadic group helped cause the downfall of the Gupta Dynasty.
This southern Indian kingodm became a Hindu counterbalance to the Northern sultanate.
This Chinese naval technology allowed for increased trade through the Indian Ocean basin, especially of bulk goods.
This East African kingdom rose to power as trade in the Indian Ocean basin intensified.
This is the Hindu philosopher that claimed Vishnu, Shiva, and Allah were all manifestations of a universal diety.
This water management system in India ensured that river water would spread to agricultural land rather than spilling into the ocean.
These marketplaces where all manner of goods could be bought and sold thrived along the Indian coast.
This Islamic government took control in Northern India but is was accepted because it followed Indian traditions of tolerance and decentralization.
Kingodoms grew on this peninsula as a result of the local trade route which connected India and China.
This Hindu philosopher dismissed the use of logic an enouraged intense personal devotion to Hindu cults.
This arid land separates the Northern and Southern portions of India.
This coastal city became a major center of trade in postclassical India.

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