BY MELENI MAURO AND KATE CORNELIUS
cattle were probably the most important animals in India for people. Indian people did not eat cows, because Hinduism thought of cows as sacred. But people used cows to pull carts, and for plowing fields, and also used cows' milk to make yogurt of their milk from water buffaloes. children both boys and girls) often went out with the water buffaloes to take them out to their pastures and to water.
Food is material nutriment ingested by organisms to satisfy the pangs of hunger and to sustain the body . In ancient India food was classified as either hard
This is what ancient india kids would wear.
This is a picture we found of a colorful cow in Ancient India .
THE cows are not natural colorful they just painted them to look nice.
People have been playing dice games for a very long time. The very first dice were just sheep and you won if it landed on this side or that side. There have been cubic dice like ours since at least 5000 bc in ancient summer . Later dice were made of bone or ivory (or wood or stone but usually of bone), and they looked just like our dice today, with different numbers of spots on each side. Like ours, even the oldest dice almost always have the one opposite the six, the three opposite the four, and the two opposite the five.
This ninjas are the one they would use in Ancient India. This are to women ninjas class. Then they would go to help people in Ancient India.