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In the Mahajanaka Jatak, there is a dialogue between a person swimming in the ocean and Who is this person, who in an ocean which knows no bound is trying to swim with his hands? O Goddess, I believe that one should do the exercise as long as it is possible.
So I am doing this exercise though I do not see the shore.
Old Indian books the Kathasagara, the Jatakas and others refer to these wondorous regions that set the imagination of civilized Indians on fire, to Suvarnabhumi, the fabulous Land of Gold.
On the whole, the Indianization of Southeast Asia proceeded peacefully.
India, according to Chamber's Encyclopedia, "has been celebrated during many ages for its valuable natural productions, its beautiful manufactures and costly merchandise," was, says the Encyclopedia Britannica, "once the seat of commerce." Sir William Jones was of opinion that the Hindus must have been navigators in the age of Manu.
Lord Elphinstone has written that "The Hindus navigated the ocean as early as the age of Manu's Code because we read in it of men well acquainted with sea voyages." Ms.
In Sanskrit books we constantly read of merchants, traders and men engrossed in commercial pursuits.
"The vast extent of Indian cultural influences, from Central Asia in the North to tropical Indonesia in the South, and from the Borderlands of Persia to China and Japan, has shown that ancient India was a radiating center of a civilization, which by its religious thought, its art and literature, was destined to leave its deep mark on the races wholly diverse and scattered over the greater part of Asia." Some find allusion in the Old Testament to Indian trade with Syrian coast as far back as 1400 B. Archaeological evidence shows that as early as the eighth century B.C., there was a regular trade relation, both by land and sea, between India on the one hand and Mesopotamia, Arabia, Phoenica, and Egypt on the other. The Chinese literary texts refer to maritime and trade activity between India and China as far back as the seventh century B. Recent excavations in Philippines, Malay Peninsula, and Indonesia confirm of early and extensive trade which continued down to the historical period.Shortly, after, there grew up a regular traffic between India and China, both by land and sea.From the coast the goods were carried by land to the Nile, and then down the river to Alexandria which was a great emporium in those days.
There was a mercantile colony of Indians in an island off the African coast in the first century A. The adventurous spirit of the Indians carried them even as far as the North Sea, while their caravans traveled from one end of Asia to the other.
D., while Chinese influence, although culturally less contagious, virtually dominated from Sung times (960 and later) the trade and politics of the eastern seas." wrote: "The brightest sun shining over Southeast Asia in the first centuries A. Great military power based on superior technical knowledge, flourishing trade fostered by the remarkable increase in maritime exchanges between India and these areas, the vast cultural superiority of the Indians, everything conspired to heighten the impact of the Indian Civilization on the Southeast Asian.