The Geography chapter presents the basic geographical features of Ancient India and focuses on the environment around the Indus River and the civilization that developed there.
The Buddha chapter tells the story of the Buddha. The chapter also focuses on the Great Stupa at Amaravati, a large Buddhist monument built in south-eastern India between the second century B.C. and the third century A.D.
The chapter focuses on the growth of civilization around the Indus Valley. Children can explore the ancient Indus Valley city of Mohenjo-Daro and look at some of the artefacts found by archaeologists from this excavation.
The Writing chapter details the numerous scripts used in Ancient India. An 'epigraphy' activity allows children to investigate one of the undeciphered Indus scripts.
The Time chapter introduces how time was kept in ancient India, and includes multiple time lines tracing different aspects of life and culture in the Indus Valley civilization.
The Hinduism chapter shows the evolution of the gods and goddesses and the development of beliefs which form the basis of the modern Hindu religion. It features stories from one of the early Hindu epics.