Clothing: A Social History -Olympiad Level MCQ, Class 9 SST


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QUESTION: 1

Who among the following headed the American woman suffrage association?

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QUESTION: 2

Which of the following sections of society lamented that those women, who had given up traditional norms of dressing up, no longer looked beautiful? 

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QUESTION: 3

The women in Victorian England wore tightly fitting corsets when they slightly grew older :

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QUESTION: 4

Which among the following is associated with sumptuary laws in France?

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QUESTION: 5

A long, buttoned coat is called

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QUESTION: 6

Which one of the following statements about women's fashion in the twentieth century is not true?

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QUESTION: 7

Many women reformers in India changed back into traditional clothes as :

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QUESTION: 8

Many Dalits from the early 1910s began to wear three-piece suits on all public occasions as :         

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QUESTION: 9

Which of the following Indians was associated with the case of defiance of the shoe- respect rule? 

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QUESTION: 10

Why did Mahatma Gandhi adopt loin cloth and a chaddar as his dress?

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QUESTION: 11

For Mahatma Gandhi, khadi, white and coarse, was a sign of

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QUESTION: 12

In which year did Gandhiji adopt dhoti?

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QUESTION: 13

Where and why did Gandhi first appear in a lungi and kurta with his head shaved, in 1913?

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QUESTION: 14

According to Gandhiji, which kind of dress would have a more powerful political effect?

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QUESTION: 15

Which of the statements are not correct about the Swadeshi movement?

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QUESTION: 16

In reaction to which measure of the British did the Swadeshi Movement begin?

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QUESTION: 17

In the first decade of the 20th century, which movement in Bengal was linked to the politics of clothing?

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QUESTION: 18

Jnanadanandini Devi’s style of wearing sari was adopted by Brahmo Samaji women and came to be called 

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QUESTION: 19

In the late 1870s, Jnanadanandini Devi, wife of Satyendranath Tagore, adopted_____________

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QUESTION: 20

What was the idea of national dress as suggested by Rabindranath Tagore?

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QUESTION: 21

According to sumptuary laws in France, only _____________ could wear expensive materials like ermine & fur, or silk, velvet & brocade.               

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QUESTION: 22

In England from childhood, girls were tightly laced up dressed in stays. When slightly older, girls had to wear tight fitting___________ .               

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QUESTION: 23

By the 1930’s women in England began agitating for democratic right. As the __________ movement developed, many began campaigning for dress reform.               

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QUESTION: 24

If clothes were ______________ then women could work, earn their living and become independent.               

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QUESTION: 25

By the end of the 19th century, however, change was clearly in the air. People began accepting the ides of ___________ they had earlier ridiculed. With new times came new values.               

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QUESTION: 26

After 1600, trade with indica brought cheap, beautiful and easy to maintain Indian ___________ within the reach of many Europeans who could now increase the size of their wars robes.               

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QUESTION: 27

Changes in women’s clothing came about as a result of the ______.               

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QUESTION: 28

During the First World War clothes became plainer and simpler. Skirts became shorter. Soon _________ became a vital part of western women’s clothing, giving them greater freedom of movement.               

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QUESTION: 29

During the Industrial Revolution, in the 19 th century, Britain began the mass manufacture________ of textiles which it exported to many parts of the world, including India.               

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QUESTION: 30

By the twentieth century, a __________ style came to reflect seriousness and professionalism.               

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