The history of Uttar Pradesh, an Indian State, can be divided into five periods:
- The prehistoric & Early Vedic Period (up to c. 600 BC),
- The Buddhist-Hindu period (c. 600 BC to c. 1200 AD),
- The Muslim period (c. 1200 to c. 1857),
- The British period (c. 1857 to 1947), and
- The post-independence period (1947 to the present).
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