The Indus Valley Civilization would develop and become India, the country who predominantly follows Hinduism
Sacred religious texts of Hinduism called Vedas are created.
Siddarth Guatama, more commonly known as Buddha, would be born a prince in Nepal
Confucius is born - a man whose ideas would inspire millions
Upanishads, collections of philsophical texts, are compiled and serve as a basis of the Hindu religion.
Buddha delivers his first sermon after obtaining enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree.
Confucius begins to spread his ideas throughout China
During the Western Han dynasty, the government supports the ideas of Confucinism.
Jesus rises from dead and Christianity begins to develop
Saul converts to Christianity and spreads the message of Jesus
Nero blames Christians for the Great Fire and has them persecuted, thus decreasing the number of followers
Constantine converts to Christinaity in order to gain loyalty from his Christian soldiers.
Tang emperors and many high-ranking officials were followers of Confucianism, and thus dissapproved of Buddhism. Buddhists would then be targeted and attacked, decreasing the number of followers.
Philosopher Zhu XI begins to reinstate the ideas of Confucius - serves as baseline for modern-day Confucianism
Rise in devotion and worship of Hindu gods and godesses.
Enforcement of equality among devotees imposed.