Vedic civilization

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Several small kingdoms and tribes merged to form a few large ones, such as the Kuru and Pancala, some of which were often at war with each other[citation needed]. In addition to the principal texts of Hinduism (the Vedas), the great Indian epics (the Ramayana and Mahabharata) including the famous stories of Rama and Krishna are said to have their ultimate origins during this period, from an oral tradition of unwritten bardic recitation[citation needed]...
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The Bhagavad Gita, another primary text of Hinduism well-known for its philosophical nature, is contained in the Mahabharata. Early Indo-Aryan presence probably corresponds, in part, to the presence of Ochre Coloured Pottery in archaeological findings. The kingdom of the Kurus corresponds to the Black and Red Ware culture and the beginning of the Iron Age in Northwestern India, around 1000 BC (This date is most likely, contemporaneous with the composition of the Atharvaveda)[citation needed]...
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