Religious Concepts: The religious concepts of this region are also very unique as compared to the rest of the world. This is again due to the lack of access to this region from foreign powers. The main ancient religion in this area was Shangdi. This was the worship of one Supreme Being or power known as heaven or god. Other religions such as Confucianism and Taoism were developed later.
Culture: The highlight of this region’s culture is their association of philosophy and religion. The Chinese culture is inspired by Confucianism, with calligraphy being their most prominent art from.
Development of Political, Economic and Social Organizations: The development of an economic organization can be detected to more than a thousand years in this region. The political organization however is still new and is marked by the recent communist ideology of China which dominates this region geographically.
Religious Concepts: The two main religions of the region are Hinduism and Islam. Hinduism is practiced mostly in the subcontinent. As a culture this region has always shown close association to religion.
Culture: The culture of this region is rich with art, poetry and architecture. This region has produced some phenomenal poets like Mirza Ghalib. The art and poetry of this region is reflected strongly in the local religion Hinduism.
Development of Political, Economic and Social Organizations: Due to a very long occupation by Britain, the region has not yet developed in terms of social or political organization and therefore is in the initial stages of development. Some progress has been shown both in economic and political organization by