Type
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Description

synonym of train track railway
too many people on a train crowded
an Indian word for a tropical forest jungle
Indian film industry Bollywood
the people in a train passengers
the official language of India English
A fruit produced in India mango
the rainy season monsoon
popular sport in india cricket
national symbol of India (two words) bengal tiger
the biggest religion in India hinduism
"wagon" in English carriage
top of a train (first letter = 'r') roof
Indian flag colours = green, white, and ? orange
hair product invented in India shampoo
country India
"train" in English train
"conducteur" in English (voiture ou train) driver
"fenĂȘtres" in English window
India was a colony of ....... Britain

INDIA Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What country did I pick? India
What is a famous sport in India? Cricket
What religion do we study? Hinduism
What is the capital of India? New Delhi
Who is our president? Pranab Mukherjee
What is our national animal? Bengal Tiger
What is India's official language? Hindi
What is the National Tree? Banyan
National Flower Lotus
Highest Mountain Kanchenjunga
National Fruit Mango
National River Ganga
National Bird Peacock
National Song Sanskrit
National Currency Rupee
National Calendar Saka Era
Fun Game Field Hockey
Clothing for Men Dhoti
Long Shirt Kurta
One of the largest Mosques in India Jama Masjid
Clothing for Women Salwar Kameez
Most opulent fort and palace of the Mughai empire Red Fort
Jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the worlds heritage Taj Mahal
Refers to different Hindu temples Birla Temple
Where is India is located? South Asia

South Asia Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A landmass that is like a continent, only smaller such as south asia, which is called indian subcontinent SUBCONTINENT
A mountain range in South Asia that includes Mount Everest, the world's tallest mountain peak Himalaya Mountains
Land that is rich farmland, composed of clay silt, sand or gravel deposited by running water Alluvial plains
A set of closely gropuped islands ARCHIPELAGO
A seasonal wind, especially in south asia MONSOON
A violent storm with fierce winds and heavy rain; the most extreme weather pattern in south asia CYCLONE
A dominant religion of india HINDUISM
River in south asia; an important resource flowing more that 1,500 miles from its source in a himalayas glacier to the bay of bengal GANGES RIVER
A high level brought by a cyclone that swamps low-lying areas STORM SURGES
A broadened seaward end a river, where the rivers current meets the ocean tides Estuary
The period of British rule in india raj
The movement that uses all means of protest except violence nonviolent resistence
The process of breaking up large landholdings to attain a more balanced land distribution among farmers land reform
an agricultural program launched by scientists in the 1960's to develop higher-yielding grains varieties and improve food production GREEN REVOLUTION

Caste System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A Caste System class structure is determined by? Birth
Where is the Caste System used? India
What is the ancient Indian City in the Indus River Valley? Harappa
The Indian Caste System divides Hindus into four _____ groups. Hierarchical
There are four main categories of Hindus Brahmins, Kshatriya, Vaishyas, and _____ Shudras
People outside of the Caste System are called? Untouchables
What does Untouchables mean? People Of God
The Caste System is one of the most Misrepresented, ______, Misunderstood and Misused aspects of Hinduism. Misinformed
A _____ is a division of society based on occupation and family lineage. Caste
How many Caste Systems are there in India? three thousand

Ancient India Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Prince Siddhartha became the ________ when he was 35. Buddha
An Ideal state of happiness and peace Nirvana
Hindu mathematitians were the first to consider this as a number zero
The basis of Buddhism; tells how to end suffering FourNobleTruths
One who gives up worldy pleasures ascetic
Ruler of the Mauryan Empire from 322 to 187 B.C.E. Ashoka
________ displayed commands around the Mauryan Empire. Edicts
The Empire ruled by King Ashoka Mauryan
The mountain range located along India's border Himalaya
An ancient Indian language used to write the Hindu vedas Sanskrit
Hindu name for a force that is greather then all other deities Brahman
The cycle of birth, death, and rebirth Samsara
A time of great prosperity and achievement GoldenAge
The Gupta Empire was divided into _______ that were ruled by royal governors provinces
India is a _______ of Asia subcontinent
An early religion brought to India by the Aryans Hinduism
Created to encourage trade in the Gupta Empire roads
Queen _______ gave birth to Prince Siddhartha Maya

Industrialization Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Someone who starts or organizes a business or a factory. Entrepreneur
Who was part of the working class? Factory-Workers
Where did the Industrial Revolution begin? England
What type of revolution was the industrial revolution? Economic-revolution
Coal was needed to smelt the ______ ore. Iron
What was one of the uses of the steam engine? Drive-Locomotives
Synonym for cloth Textile
Industrialization began in ___________ in 1850. Germany
What was the name of the city that was industrialized first in England? Manchester
Synonym for wagon. Corf
_______ destroyed spinning mules to keep their jobs. Artisans
What was the youngest age children could work at? Five
Factory where iron is smelted for processing. Foundry
Who built the first passenger railway? Robert-Stephenson
What is a combustile gas present in coal mine? Firedamp

World History Ch. 3 Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The rights and duties of members of various classes in Indian society Dharma
A long poem that describes the adventures of a hero or heroes Epic
Seasonal winds that cross southern Asia, producing wet and dry seasons Monsoon
A chief in the early Aryan society of India Rajah
A large land mass, such as India, that is geographically and culturally distinct from the rest of a continent Subcontinent
In Hinduism, the accumulated good and bad acts of all of one's previous lives Karma
A spiritual belief of Hindus that the soul is reborn over and over in different bodies until it is purified Reincarnation
The faith of most of India's people, characterized by the goal of returning to Brahman through reincarnation Hinduism
Four sacred Indian texts that include collections o hymns, prayers, explanations of religious rituals, and wise sayings Vedas
In Hindu society, a fixed social grouping based on class, occupation, and tradition Caste

Indian States and Capitals Crossword

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Crossword
Description

State to which Manmohan Singh belongs to Assam
The capital of the original Telugu desam Hyderabad
Capital of the modern Indian state where Nalanda, a UNESCO World Heritage site and a center of learning from the 7th century BCE Patna
State which has its capital named after the proponent of 'Satyagraha' and 'ahimsa' Gujarat
Capital of the state called 'God's Own Country' Thiruvananthapuram
A union territory and the capital of 2 states Chandigarh
Capital city also called the 'City of Joy' Kolkata
The samadhi sthal of Birsa Munda is located in this city Ranchi
'City of Nawabs' is the capital of this state Uttar Pradesh
State of five rivers Punjab
Garden of Spices Of India Kerala
Switzerland of India Kashmir
Space City and the Silicon Valley of India Bengaluru
'Egg Bowls of Asia' Andhra Pradesh
Capital of the Eastern-most state of India Itanagar
Newest Indian State Telangana
'Queen of Hill Stations', Ooty is a part of this state. TamilNadu
Capital of the State carved out of Madhya Pradesh on 1 November 2000. Raipur
City of Rallies and home to the first citizen of the country New Delhi
The capital city name which means 'land that never floods' Panaji
The capital of the cluster of islands in the Bay of Bengal, a UT. Port Blair
Capital of the State where the third highest peak of the world, Mt. Kanchenjenga, is located Gangtok

India Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Yamuna River
Indian Rupees
President Pranab Mukherjee
Buddhism
Hinduism
Ganges River
New Delhi
South Asia
Himalayas
Bengal

south asia Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a group of islands archipelago
a seasonal wind, especially in south asia monsoon
a violent storm with fierce wind and heavy rain cyclone
the dominant religion of india hinduism
a river in south asia, an important water source flowing more then 1,500 from its source ganges river
high water level brought by a cyclone that swamps low-lying areas storm surge
a broadened seaward end of a river estuary
the period of british rule in india raj
a movement that uses all means of protest except violence nonviolent resistence
the process of breaking up large landholding to attain more balanced land distribution among farmers land reform
a agricultural program launched by scientists in the 1960's to develop higher-yieldinggrain varieties green revolution
the aryan system of social classes in india and one of the cornerstones of hinduism in which each person is born into a caste and can only move into a different caste through reincarnation caste system
the muslim empire established by the early 1500s over much of india mughal empire
the largest of the world civilization in what is now pakistan indus valley
seperation partition
a religion of north india and pakistan in which several destructive wars have been fought kashmir
a month long period of fasting from sunrise to sunset ramadan
a person of tibetan ancestry in nepal sherpa
in tibetan buddhism, a geometric design that symbolizes the universe and aids in meditation mandala
the founder of buddhism and known as a buddha siddhartha gautama

Hinduism and Buddhism Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A religion originated in India. It is based off of buddhas teachings, it is a path to enlightenment. Buddhism
Indias most major religion, it is characterized by the belief in reincarnation and many different gods. Hinduism
The cycle of death and rebirth. Samsara
An ancient language spoken in India. Sanskrit
A state of peace, happiness, and enlightenment. Nirvana
Someone who lives in extreme poverty, and meditates in hopes of reaching enlightenment. Ascetic
simple, holy men Monk
The belief of being reborn after one dies Reincarnation
A system that separates peoples social class in ancient India. Caste System
A tall pillar advertising something the king has said. Edict
A journey to a sacred place or shrine. Pilgrimage
A large text consisting of old sanskrit literature and hinduism scriptures. Vedas
A community of people, especially monks, who are all led by a religion. Monestaries
The holy and sacred power that is the sustainer of the universe. Brahman
An individual duty fulfilled by good behavior and then rewarded by being reborn into a good life. Dharma