Short Answer Type Questions
21. The important functions of the six sub-committee were:
22. Al-Biruni was aware of the problems that he could face during his travel. He felt that many barriersobstructed his understanding. These barriers were:
23. The annexation of Awadh displaced not just the Nawab, but it also dispossessed the taluqdars of the region. Before the coming of the British, the taluqdars maintained armed men, built forts, and enjoyed a degree of autonomy.
25. The Harappan civilisation covered parts of Punjab, Haryana, Sind, Baluchistan, Gujarat, Rajasthan, and the fringes of Western Uttar Pradesh. It extended from Jammu in the North to the Narmada estuary in the South. In the West, its extended from the Makran Coast in Baluchistan to Meerut in the East.
The geographical extent of the Harappan civilisation was much larger than that of the Mesopotamian and Egyptian civilisations. The coastal settlements of the civilisation extended from Sutkagan Dor in Baluchistan to Lothal in Gujarat. The largest number of Harappan sites have been excavated in Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Jammu and Kashmir.
There was a definite break between the Early and Mature Harappan phases. Evidence suggests that some of the Early Harappan settlements were burnt down. Some Early Harappan settlements might also have been abandoned. Therefore, archaeological evidence suggests that there was a long break between the two phases. The Mature Harappan sites were far numerous as compared to the Early Harappan settlements. For example, in Sind, 52 Early Harappan sites have been discovered. On the
other hand, in the Mature Harappan phase, 65 sites on old settlements and 43 sites on new settlements have come to light.
26. Apart from the intensively cultivated provinces in northern and north-western India, huge swathes of forest (jangal) or scrubland – existed all over eastern India, central India, northern India.
Long Answer Type Questions
27. The seven means of acquiring wealth for the men are:
Several methods were used by the Brahamanas for attaining legitimacy for the Varna system. Some of them are:
28. Sufi were the religious-minded people generally belonging to Islam that started following the path of asceticism and mysticism against the orthodoxy of the Islamic Caliphate. Some of their ideas were:
29. On the declaration of the Objectives Resolution, Pandit Nehru put forward the vision for the future Constitution of India.
Somnath Lahiri had a lot of apprehensions about the Constituent Assembly as he think that it was having a lot of British influence. Some of the points that he mentioned were:
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