The Journal of Political Science. GC University - Lahore

The Journal of Political Science

Department of Political Science, Government College University Lahore
ISSN (print): 1726-6467
ISSN (online): 2709-8672

CENTRAL ASIA: A TRANSFORMATIONAL IMPACT ON WORLD HISTORY

  • Dr. Nabeila Akbar/
  • Muhammad Akbar/
  • August 28, 2023
Keywords
Central Asia, Nomadic people, Invasions, World rulers, World History
Abstract

The world's ancient history can be found in Central Asia the outstanding Aryan civilization period brought forth many novel characteristics of civil society, such as the art of warfare, civilized social interactions, and the art of cities and towns in a planned fashion.  They spread out from Central Asia in all directions and established their dominance throughout the world, East, West, and South. The geographical elements had a big impact on how the subcontinent's economic and political history developed. The whole of Asia has been affected by the political upheavals brought about by the rise and fall of the chiefs, emperors, and dynasties in Central Asia. This research paper aims to study how the Central Asian people expanded and stretched out from an inaccessible land to an outer world and established themselves as strong political rulers in the peripheral region. It also analyses why the scattered steppe and nomadic people conquered the world and left their footprints on the world’s culture. It is a historical and analytical research study that purposes to revive the cultural prominence of nomadic Central Asia in the world culture of todays, 21st century.  

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Professor, Political Science, Higher Education Department, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.

Pakistan

  • nabeelaakber13@gmail.com
  • 0321478724

Ph. D Scholar, Department of History and Political Science, Ghazi University, Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan.

Pakistan

  • akbarkhan25122014@gmail.com
  • 0333-5937037

Details:

Type: Article
Volume: 0
Issue: 0
Language: English
Id: 64ec4e969b97b
Published August 28, 2023

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