Life was thriving in this region long before the first civilization came to be. Farming started around 6500 B.C. and pottery showed up 1,000 years later. It wasn’t until 2600 B.C. that civilization first formed from a farming society.
People started to live in towns, used bronze tools, and had carts pulled by water buffalo. One of the largest towns, Mohenjo-Daro, had an estimated 35-50,000 inhabitants. While they did have a writing system, it has yet to be deciphered, so nothing is known for sure about their religion or political systems.
India and Nepal, which are home to many of the world’s 900 million Hindus, share one very important belief: cows are sacred animals.
Hindus strongly believe that cows are a gift from the gods. After all, they’re the main source of milk, cheese, butter, fuel, cleanser, and more, all of which are important. These animals do more for people than any other animal, so Hindus consider them sacred.
The Royal Enfield Bullet holds the great honor of being the motorcycle that has been in continuous production longer than any other bike. For 75 years, the Bullet has been traveling down the long, winding road, and has many miles ahead of it.
Hinduism is the oldest religion that exists in the world. It is based on several basic principles that have stood the test of time and as been prevalent in Asian cultures for millennia. Behind only Christianity and the Islamic faith as the most popular religion in the world today
This religion knows no nationality, race, or creed, and It accepts all who are willing to understand its traditionally steeped philosophies.