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The philosophy of life of Swami Dayanand Saraswati is expressed through the principles and actions of the Arya Samaj. Clarify.

INTRODUCTION The rise and development of nationalism in India in general arose due to colonial rule. For example, the establishment of new institutions, new employment opportunities, and excessive use of resources In other words, nationalism in India emerged through some colonial policies as well as as a reaction against some colonial policies. But after studying the different circumstances, it can be logically said that the emergence of nationalism in India was not just a single cause but a composite reflection of various factors. BODY Swami Dayanand believed that the essence of the Arya Samaj, if not far beyond the religious periphery, was to say that the purpose of one's life should be to work for the physical, social, and spiritual welfare of the people. He gave more importance to mass upliftment than individual upliftment. He said that social welfare and collective upliftment are possible only when one has a sense of service and sacrifice. Swami Dayanand opposed the outwa

QUESTION. What is the way in which the copper age culture is ahead of the culture of the StoneAge? Criticize.



At the end of the long journey of the Stone Age, man found metal residues during the discovery of new types of stones and began to form metal tools. The copper age began with the widespread use of copper and copper and bronze in metals, followed by the Bronze Age.



Speciality of Copper age culture

  • social level

  1. The role of family organisation in this culture was more than that of other cultures.
  2. Ifyou find a house anda building in the city, youcan find a main family as well as other small houses in the city.
  3. People of the copper age culture mostly developed the village away from the hill.
  4. The largest villages in the peninsula were then inhabited.

  • Art workmanship

  1. Fine stone and stone crafted copper tools along with other tools.
  2. People knew the art of melting  copper.
  3. Many copper tools have been found in the central Ganga  region. 
  4. Black and red mudbhanda was used  especially by people.
  5. The painted mridbhanda has been first used during this period.

  • Agriculture

  1. Especially in western India, barley, wheat and moong and rice were produced in south-east  India.
  2. People of the copper age era used to do mixed farming.
  3. Apart from the main grain, he also cultivated millets
  4. Most of the grain  evidence is found in Navdaloti in Maharashtra.
  5. All the grains found herehave not been found from any other archaeological site in India.
  6. Cotton was also produced in black soil.

  • Method of worship

  1. In the copper age culture, there is a study of shav-samskara and puja system. 
  2. The body of Maharashtamran was buried under the house.  No separate cemetery was found.
  3. There was faith in the hereafter, so other things were kept along with the burial.  
  4. Idols of a clay woman have been found so it can be assumed that the mother goddess must be worshipped here.
  5. The idol of Taurus is also found. Taurus will be a symbol of religious worship.


In this way, in the case ofsociety, culture, art and crafts, the copper age culture, other stone could be said to be different and ahead of the culture.


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