The second lecture on the Indian Subcontinent examines the four space-time moments that serve to frame the histories of region's thick and mercurial peripheries, particularly in the northwest and north, often conjoining with aspects of geography and topography to produce unique conditions. India's 'landed' peripheries appear to have behaved rather differently versus its hydro edges - an observation that accounts for the pronounced 'incoming' interactions from mountainous vantages in the north and north-west, versus 'outgoing' interactions along the south west and east. India's 'cultural content' was shared with South Eastern Asia via maritime connections. Units of Lecture 7- 1. Moment 1 2. Moment 2 3. Moment 3 4. Moment 4
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