. Maritime relations across the Indian ocean started in the 3rd century BC,
and further developed during the time of the ...
The first Indo-Greek kingdom appeared circa 190 BCE may when the Greco-
Bactrian king or (general for his father) Demetrios was busy in India, when his...
Feb 12, 2011 ... Cyrus the Great (558-530 BC) built the first universal empire, stretching from
Greece to the Indus River. This was the famous Achaemenid ...
Prior to the time of Alexander, Greek knowledge of India was acquired on the
whole by way of Persia. King Cyrus, founder of the Persian empire and of the ...
By Kallie Szczepanski , About.com GuideMay 1, 2011
Since the first century, historians have believed that the Greek
sailor Hippalus discovered the secret of navigating the Indian
Ocean by following the monsoon winds. New archaeological evidence, though, suggests that ... More »
To the victors go the spoils, so if the Greeks and Macedonians were really
victorious, as European accounts narrate, then why did they leave India so soon?
Jul 19, 2015 ... These are bleak times for Indian migrants in Greece. Some have decided to stick
it out, and others are talking of migrating further West.
Indian civilization is distinctive for its antiquity and continuity. Apart from its own
vitality, the continuity of Indian civilization is largely due to its ability to adapt to ...
Greek Indian Cultural and Welfare Association. ... Indian Cultural and Welfare
Association. People who dare to dream. Indians and Greeks have a story to tell!
III.98: The way in which the Indians get the plentiful supply of gold which enables
them to furnish year by year so vast an amount of gold-dust to the kind is the ...