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  1. Real story
    The earliest known traces of human life in India are the rocks of stone age paintings in Bhimbetka in Madhya Pradesh. The first known permanent settlements came true over 9000 years ago and gradually evolved into the Indus culture, [12] dating back to 3300 BC. in western india From about 2000-1500 BC Supposedly, groups who spoke Indoan languages, the so-called Aries, have been immigrated to India. Following this, the Vedic period, which laid the foundation for Hinduism and other cultural aspects of early Indian society, followed the end of the 5th century BC. From around 550 BC many independent kingdoms and republics were formed throughout the country. [13] The most significant of these were the Magadharik (approximately 550-324 BC) [14] 327/326 BC. Alexander was the Great at India's border.

    During the 200's BC the majority of South Asia joined the Maury kingdom of Chandragupta Maurya and flourished under Ashoka. [15] From the 19th century AD, during the era of Guptarik, the period called "India's Golden Age." [16] [17] Among the empires of southern India was Chalukyadynastin and Choladynastin and Vijayanagersiket. Science and engineering, art, literature, astronomy and philosophy flourished under the protection of these kingdoms.

    After invasions from Central Asia from the 900s to the 1200s, major parts of northern India fell under the regime of Delhisultanatets (1290-1413) and later (1526-1707) Mogulrik's regime. During Akbar the Great, India experienced a lot of cultural and economic success as well as religious harmony. [18] [19] The Mogulkejses gradually expanded their kingdoms to cover large parts of the subcontinent. In Northeast India, however, the dominant power was the kingdom of Assam, among the few kingdoms that opposed the supremacy of the mogul.

    From the 16th century, European countries such as Portugal, the Netherlands, France and the United Kingdom established trading stations and later benefited from internal conflicts to form colonies in the country. By 1856, most of India was under British control of the British East India. [20] A year later, a nationwide revolt of military units and the kingdom, the so-called sepia revolt, seriously challenged the control of the East Indian company, but eventually failed. As a consequence of instability, India was led under the British rule direct rule, as part of the so-called British Raj, or British India.

    Mahatma Gandhi (right) with Jawaharlal Nehru, 1937. Nehru became later India's first prime minister in 1947.
    In the 20th century, the Congressional Party (Indian National Congress) and other political organizations launched a nationwide struggle for independence. Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi led millions of people into national campaigns of non-violent resistance. [21]

    August 15, 1947, India became a dominion in British Commonwealth under the leadership of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. At the same time, the country was divided into mainly Hindu India and mainly Muslim Pakistan, divided in the West and East Pakistan. [22] In connection with the division, violence between Hindus and Muslims occurred. [23] A Constituent Assembly adopted India's new foundation on November 26, 1949. [24] India became officially a secular republic of the Commonwealth after the Constitution entered into force on January 26, 1950. [25]

    After independence, India has faced challenges of religious violence, throw-based violence, naxaliths, terrorism and regional separatist uprisings, especially in Jammu and Kashmir and northeastern India. Since the 1990s, many Indian cities have suffered terrorist attacks. India has unresolved territorial disputes with China, which escalated in 1962 to the Sino-Indian War, and with Pakistan, which led to war 1947, 1965, 1971 and 1999. India is one of the founding countries of the United Nations (like British India) and the Alliance Free States Organization . In 1974, India conducted an underground nuclear weapon [26] and another five trials in 1998, making India a nuclear weapon. [26] Beginning in 1991, significant economic reforms [27] transformed India into one of the fastest growing economies in the world and increased its global influence. [6]