टेम्पलेट:भारतिय इतिहास के अवधिकाल

भारत के कालक्रम
James Mill (1773–1836), in his The History of British India (1817),[नोट 1] distinguished three phases in the history of India, namely Hindu, Muslim and British civilisations.[नोट 2][नोट 3] This periodisation has been influential, but has also been criticised, for the misconceptions it has given rise to.[नोट 4] Another influential periodisation is the division into "ancient, classical, mediaeval and modern periods".[नोट 5]
World History[नोट 6] James Mill's Periodization[नोट 7] ACMM[नोट 8][नोट 9] Chronology of Indian History[नोट 10][नोट 11][नोट 12][नोट 13]
Early Complex Societes
(3500-2000 BCE)
? Ancient India Prehistoric Era
Indus Valley Civilization
Ancient Civilisations
(2000-500 BCE)
Hindu civilisations Early Vedic Period
(c. 1750–1200 BCE)
Middle Vedic Period
(from 1200 BCE)
Late Vedic period
(from 850 BCE)
Classical Civilisations
(500 BCE-500 CE)
Second urbanisation
Early empires[नोट 14]
(c. 600–200 BCE)[नोट 15]
Desintegration[नोट 16] and regional states
(c. 200 BCE – 300 CE)[नोट 17]
Classical India "Golden Age" (Gupta Empire)
(c. 320–650 CE)[नोट 18]
Post-classical age
(500-1000 CE)
Medieval India Regional Indian kingdoms and Beginning of Islamic raids
(c. 650–1100 CE)[नोट 19]
Transregional nomadic empires
(1000-1500 CE)
Muslim civilisations Delhi Sultanate (north India)
(1206–1526 CE)
Vijayanagara Empire (south India)
(1336–1646 CE)
Modern age
Modern India Mughal empire
British civilisations Maratha Empire
British rule
(c. 1750 CE – 1947)
- Independent India