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Foreign trade and commerce in ancient India

Prakash Charan Prasad

Foreign trade and commerce in ancient India

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Published by Abhinav Publications in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • India -- Commerce -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPrakash Charan Prasad.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF3785 .P7 1977
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 255 p. :
      Number of Pages255
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4702727M
      LC Control Number77903042


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/5(3). Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Prasad, Prakash Charan, Foreign trade and commerce in ancient India. New Delhi: Abhinav Publications, • External or foreign trade consists of the exchange of goods and services between persons or organisations operating in two or more countries.

→ Auxiliaries to trade: These activities are generally referred to as services because these are in the nature of. During ancient times Hindus were the masters of the seaborne trade of Europe, Asia and Africa. Till about the beginning of the 18 th century almost every nation on earth obtained to a large extent its supplies of fine cotton and silk fabric, spices, indigo, sugar, drugs, precious stones and many curious works of art from India in exchange of gold and silver.

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From the Jacket Dr. Kiran Singh's book deals with the history of Indian Textiles from very early times to the Maryan period. Textiles from an integral part of material culture everywhere.

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The one note-worthy change was a decline in the Roman trade and the three major ports of Muziris, Arikamedu and Kaveripattinam. In his plays, Kalidas potraits a good view of the town markets and trade transactions.

The internal trade now expanded to several inland trade centres. Roman emperor Aurelian declared Indian silk to be its worth in gold.

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ReferencesAuthor: Bal Gangadhar Tilak. Map showing ancient port of Barygaza, India “Inland from this place and to the east, is the city called Ozene (now Ujjain, India) from this place are brought down all things needed for the welfare of the country about Barygaza, and many things for our trade: agate and carnelian, Indian muslins and mallow cloth, and much ordinary cloth.

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COMMERCE (Lat. commercium, from cum, together, and merx, merchandise), in its general acceptation, the international traffic in goods, or what constitutes the foreign trade of all countries as distinct from their domestic trade.

In tracing the history of such dealings we may go back to the early records found in the Hebrew Scriptures. Export of textiles was the base of India's foreign trade. As an English writer observed, "From Aden to Achin (in Malaya) from head to foot, everyone was clothed in Indian textiles." Inwith the help of the Persian forces, the English captured Ormuz, the Portuguese base at the head of the Persian Gulf.

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