Test: Kingdoms Kings And An Early Republic - 2


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QUESTION: 1

____ means unquestioned control over an area in which the royal horse move uninterrupted

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QUESTION: 2

Which of the following is not a Mahajanapadas

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The Mahājanapadas were sixteen kingdoms or oligarchic republics that existed in ancient India from the sixth to fourth centuries BCE. Two of them were most probably ganatantras and others had forms of monarchy. Inamgaon wasn’t one of them.

QUESTION: 3

Who worked as a farmers in the agriculture field

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QUESTION: 4

Spices and precious stones came to Magadha from

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QUESTION: 5

The capital city of the Vajji was

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QUESTION: 6

Champa was the capital of

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Anga was an ancient Indian kingdom that flourished on the eastern Indian subcontinent and one of the sixteen mahajanapadas ("large state"). It lay to the east of its neighbour and rival, Magadha, and was separated from it by the river Champa. The capital of Anga was located on the bank of this river and was also named Champa. It was prominent for its wealth and commerce. Anga was annexed by Magadha in the 6th century BCE.

QUESTION: 7

Champa was a great port in

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QUESTION: 8

Patliputra is present day

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Patliputra is present day Patna. It was a city in ancient India, originally built by Magadha ruler Udayin in 490 BCE as a small fort (Pāṭaligrāma) near the Ganges river.

QUESTION: 9

Who was gramini

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QUESTION: 10

Classification of society into four groups on the basis of their occupation is called

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QUESTION: 11

Which of the following is not among the four varnas

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The Varna system in Dharma-shastras divides society into four varnas (Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaishya and Shudras). Those who fall out of this system because of their grievous sins are ostracised as outcastes (untouchables) and considered outside the varna system.

QUESTION: 12

Which among the following is not capital of big cities of that period

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QUESTION: 13

Amatya means

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Amatya means Finance Minister, was the title given by Tararani bai. He was the person who has seen 4 regime of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj, Chhatrapati Rajaram Maharaj, and Tararani saheb.

QUESTION: 14

____ and its tributaries flows through the kingdom of Magadha

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QUESTION: 15

Chhotanagpur Plateau has been rich in

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Chhota Nagpur plateau is a store house of mineral resources such as mica, bauxite, copper, limestone, iron ore and coal. The Damodar valley is rich in coal and it is considered as the prime centre of coking coal in the country.

QUESTION: 16

____ began to be used on a much larger scale

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Chhota Nagpur plateau is a store house of mineral resources such as mica, bauxite, copper, limestone, iron ore and coal. The Damodar valley is rich in coal and it is considered as the prime centre of coking coal in the country.

QUESTION: 17

The small tribes of the earlier period gave way to large kingdoms called

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This freed up more land for agriculture and eventually the smaller, fragmented tribes made way for larger and coherent kingdomsknown as Janapadas.

QUESTION: 18

Magadha and ___ are examples of monarchical mahajanapadas

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In the post-Vedic period, the entire northern territory mostly situated north of the Vindhyas and extending from the North-West frontier to Bihar was divided into sixteen states called Sodasha Mahajanapadas. These Mahajanapadas were either monarchical or republican in character. Examples of monarchical mahajanapadas are; Magadha: Between Anga and Vatsa there lay the kingdom of Magadha, corresponding to modern Patna and Gaya districts, bounded on the north and west by the rivers Ganga and Son, on the south by the Vindhya outcrop and on the east by the river Champa.
Vatsa: The Vatsa country had a monarchical form of government. Its capital was Kausambi (identified with the village of Kosam, 38 miles from Allahabad. Kausambi, a very prosperous city was the most important entre pot of goods and passengers from the south and the west.

QUESTION: 19

A group of merchants following the same trade known as

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Shreyni is a hindi word which means a group of people doing the same business,task or operation.

QUESTION: 20

The farmers gave one-sixth of their produce to the king which was called

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