Ancient

Indus Valley Civilization
Vedic Civilization
Pre-Mauryan Age
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Early Vedic-Society-Administration
The Rig vedic Aryans lived in tribes.
During Rugvedic period society was not divided into classes.
The families were patriarchal. Father was the head of the Aryan family. Father, Mother, Sons and Slaves were in the Aryan family. Families were formed into grama.
Villages formed as Vis. Group of Vis were formed into jana or tribe.
The tribe was under the rule of Rajan(king).
The king was not autocrat. He exercised his powers according to the will of Sabha (Council of elders) and Samithi(Assembly of whole people).
Vrajapati is an officer having authority over on the pasture ground.
The institution of marriage was established. Child marriages were not known but dowry is common.
Women enjoyed high status.
Purusha-Sukta of Rigveda mentioned about the fourfold division of society.
The officers helped the king in adiministration were Senani and Purohit.
Gramini was the village officer during the Early vedic period.
Sabha and Samiti were the two assemblies during the Early vedic period.
The chief of the Aryan clan 'Rajan' got income from Bali and Bhaga.
By the end of Early Vedic Period society was divided into four classes.

Medieval

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