Early India - The Chalcolithic, Megalithic, Iron Age and Vedic Cultures Book Back Questions

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Time : 00:45:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 30
    5 x 1 = 5
  1. The main collection of vedic hymns are called

    (a)

    Brahmanas

    (b)

    Samhita

    (c)

    Aranyakas

    (d)

    Upanishads

  2. The land of Upper Ganga Doab region was described as

    (a)

    Kuru-panchalas

    (b)

    Ganga valley

    (c)

    Indus valley

    (d)

    Videha

  3. Adichanallur is situated in _______ district

    (a)

    Coimbatore

    (b)

    Tirunelveli

    (c)

    Thothukudi

    (d)

    Vellore

  4. Consider the following

    i.Senani chief of the army
    ii.Gramani village head
    iii.Bali voluntary contribution
    iv.Purohita governor

    Which one of the pair is incorrect?

    (a)

    i

    (b)

    ii

    (c)

    iii

    (d)

    iv

  5. Assertion (A) : There is no evidence of child marriage in Early Vedic period
    Reason (R) : Women had been excluded from rituals in the later Vedic period

    (a)

    A and R are correct and R explains A

    (b)

    A and R are correct but R doesn’t explain A

    (c)

    A is correct but R is incorrect

    (d)

    Both A and R are incorrect

  6. 4 x 2 = 8
  7. List out the literature of Vedic Age.

  8. Write about the Zend Avesta.

  9. Who were the Rig Vedic Gods?

  10. What do you know of the Iron Age in India?

  11. 4 x 3 = 12
  12. Briefly describe the Chalcolithic culture of South India.

  13. Highlight the social divisions in the Rig Vedic period.

  14. Analyse the characteristics of a pastoral society.

  15. Distinguish between the early Vedic society and the later Vedic society.

  16. 1 x 5 = 5
  17. Give an account of Ochre Coloured Pottery Ware Culture in India.

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