Development of grain growing agriculturally based civilization living off the Indus River. This city was destroyed by invasions and climate. (Easia)
(Citation for Easia site:
Gordon, Leonard. "History of South Asia: A Chronological Outline | Asia for Educators | Columbia University." History of South Asia: A Chronological Outline | Asia for Educators | Columbia University. Columbia University, 2009. Web. 29 Oct. 2015.)
The Rig Veda, the first of the Hindu religious texts, is created. (Columbia)
This was the start of Hinduism in South Asia, bringing the now-well-known rituals and the division of civilization into the four castes. (Easia)
Uprise in South Asia of the now-popular religions of Buddhism and Jainism. (Easia)
Chandragupta dominated all of North India. (Easia)
Formation of major Hindu texts (Mahabharata, Ramayana); creation of belief in major gods (Vishnu, Shiva, etc); spreads to South Asia (Easia)
This was a successful invasions where the Huns and other Central Asian tribes destroy Gupta empire (Easia).
The rise of Hindu Kingdom in South India. The Muslim rulers were independent until there was destruction on the capital city in 1565 (Easia).
North India and South India are unified by the Mughal Empire (Easia).
"Queen Elizabeth I grants a charter to the english East India company for trade with the east Indies." (Begins English trade with South Asia.) (Colombia)
East India gains control over Bengal and starts expanding the British power in India (Easia).
British dominate India, and introduce Western culture, language, government, and technology. (Easia)
India gains independence from British rule. Partition of British India created Pakistan Off of India. (Easia)
War between East and West Pakistan creates separation in Pakistan resulting in Bangladesh. (Easia)