Early India: From the Beginnings to the Indus Civilisation - Important Question Paper

11th Standard

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History

Time : 01:00:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 40

    Part A

    5 x 1 = 5
  1. The first Palaeolithic tools were identified in _____

    (a)

    1860

    (b)

    1863

    (c)

    1873

    (d)

    1883

  2. The site of Mehrgarh has been associated with ________ culture.

    (a)

    Palaeolithic

    (b)

    Neolithic

    (c)

    Mesolithic

    (d)

    Chalcolithic

  3. Burzahom is an important site of _______

    (a)

    Neolithic culture of Kashmir

    (b)

    Neolithic culture of Ganga Valley

    (c)

    Neolithic culture of Eastern India

    (d)

    Neolithic culture of South India

  4. Early Harappan period was ______

    (a)

    3000–2600 BCE

    (b)

    2600–1900 BCE

    (c)

    1900–1700 BCE

    (d)

    1700–1500 BCE

  5. _______ was an important source of subsistence for the Harappans.

    (a)

    Agriculture

    (b)

    Pottery

    (c)

    Craft production

    (d)

    Fishing

  6. Part B

    5 x 2 = 10
  7. What are the sources for the study of pre-historic period?

  8. How is the Old Stone Age or Palaeolithic Period divided?

  9. Write a short note on hominin?

  10. Define Mesolithic culture?

  11. How is the Harappan culture divided into various phases?

  12. Part C

    5 x 3 = 15
  13. Write a note on Acheulian and Sohanian industries.

  14. What are the main features of Indian Middle Palaeolithic age?

  15. Mention the Mesolithic sites in India.

  16. Write a short note on the craft production of Harappan economy.

  17. What do you know about the faith and belief system of the Harappans?

  18. Part D

    2 x 5 = 10
  19. Describe pre-historic India.

  20. “The Neolithic Culture in Kashmir region was contemporary to the Harappan civilisation”. Justify the statement.

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