The features of the trade in the Indian subcontinent from
the sixth century BCE are:
a. The rulers looked after the trade for the protection of the traders at a price.
b. The Overseas trade connecting China with other countries was mainly through the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal.
c. The peddlers traveled on foot and the merchants travelled by caravans.
d. A wide range of goods was traded such as textiles, spice, and medicinal plants.
e. The land and the river routes were present all over the subcontinent to provide an efficient system of trading among different countries.
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