The political art and it’s science!

By Subrata Mukherjee.

In love with Golapi, Subratagolapi.

The political art and it’s science!

Introduction :

The author in this book has depicted how the intriguing art of politics brings eclipse in the fate of millions of people in the history and this political art is still in vogue today like it was in the earlier ages .This political art has been applied in scientific way, by its propounders and followers on the life of the common people for thousands of years in the history of humans and pushed those fateless humans to an uncertain future for ever !

The author reveals the bare truth of that scientific execution of the political art in his book entitled ,”The political art and it’s science“.

Human civilization started growing slowly in a process as all the other contemporary living beings in this earth were struggling for their minimum subsistence for their survival .This start of civilization was not a sudden but a gradual and orderly momentum, slow but sure at a snail’s pace.

Human progress started with its dissemination and distribution in various disciplines and directions and it’s first form of development started in the Paleolithic era when the human life was equipped with the use of stones and then came the Neolithic era and the humans learnt agriculture as their means of survival.

It started almost in the same sequence of activities and the humans learnt keeping and caring of plants and animals for their own use which they adopted well in their practice of life .

In the process of gradual and further development the humans changed their way of living and attitude as they started transition from nomadic life to a settled domestic life .They learnt farming , cattle grazing and many such innovative ideas and practices that changed their way of life completely.

They adopted farming and husbandry of plants and animals in order to gain advantages from their acts and this transition brought theit ramification with the beginning of transportation of articles from one place to another and they this way, learnt the act of transactions which may be called the earliest version of modern day business .

One very intersting thing must be earmarked as an innovative idea brought in to operation by them that humans took shelters and established their houses on the banks of rivers . History reveals this wonderful act of human choice to settle close to rivers as this idea was absolutely beneficial to the humans in many ways .

From farming to hunting,and from settlement to transportation ,rivers and water ways always played dividends to the humans and helped them flourished in all possible fields .

Transition from nomadic to domestic life ,humans learnt farming in the process.

Dependence on the rivers by the humans in their activities of life was the turning point in their growth of civilization and out of the four magical innovative ideas in the history of human civilization , dependence on the rivers was the most important for them as it opened the avenues for their unfettered developments in the later stages of the history .

The first ever human civilization settled in Mesopotamia around 5000BCE .The Mesopotamian civilization was set up on the banks of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers which is now in modern Iraq and Kuwait .

The name of Mesopotamia is important as it means , ‘between the rivers’.

Similarly , Indian civilization was settled on the banks of the rivers the Indus and the Ganga , the civilization in China was set up and flourished on the banks of the blue and the yellow rivers and the civilization in Egypt was consolidated on the banks of the river Nile and all these great civilizations were the oldest civilizations of the world and are called the river civilizations .

The important human civilizations developed on the banks of rivers .

These rivers of the world helped in the developments of the human civilizations and their growth.

………………….to be continued to Part 2.

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