India and Perisa

The Unification between India a Persia began around 520 B.C.E. The establishment of the Achaemenid empire in India introduced loacal rulers to Persian techniques of administration…… When looking at Persia’s techniques to have a society that works well, India had the same charectoristics. The interactions and migration of Persia and India formed a society that worked very well with so many diverse people. The two cultures used very good techniques to keep such a excellent alliance.


Persian society began to take shape during the sixth century when warriors conquered the region from the Indus River to Egypt and southeastern Europe. The Persians were very interested in communications skills along with military mobility. This is where they invested in constructing in roads and highways. The organization of the vast territories embraced by the classical Persian empires had important social, economic, and cultural implications. There were high agricuture activity that enabled many peopole to work at tasks orther than cultivation. There were beurocrates, administrators, priests, craftsmen, and merchants. These jobs were all needed because of production and distribution of food. Good roads fostered trade, and the Persian society served as a commercial and cultural bridge between Indian societies. Persia also exchanged their philosophical and religious ideas.

The Persian Empires developed during the 6th century when rulers of the province of Persia in southwestern Iran embarked on a series of conquests that resulted in the formation of an enormous empire. There were four ruling dynasties: the achaemenids, Seleucids, Parthans, and sasanids. The reason why Achaemenid Persians managed to unify such a diverse empire was because of their communication skills. They organized themselves by clans rather than staes or formal political institutions, but they didn’t forget the leaders that collected taxes and other controllers. Achaemenid supervised many different ethnic groups. They found ways to communicate work with all 70 different groups. This was one of the ways they managed to rule such a huge multicultural state. The government has a soft government. They understood what had to be done, with out extreme control. It worked the well. That is why they made themselves “heirs” to the Achamemenid Kings.