Test: Traders Kings And Pilgrims - 2


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QUESTION: 1

Territories set up by an emperor outside his territories known as

Solution: The territories set up by the emperor outside his his territories are generally considered colonies. it is so because those territories are under his control and he normally externally rule it. also he exploits its resources for enhancing his own territory. we can understand this in consideration of India, as it was a British colony before independence.
QUESTION: 2

How was silk cloth made arrange the process in order 
(I) Spun into thread
(II) Extract cocoons of silk worms
(III) Woven into cloth

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QUESTION: 3

Bhakti comes from the

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QUESTION: 4

wearing ____ became the fashion amongst rulers and rich people in Rome

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QUESTION: 5

The best-known of the rulers who controlled the Silk Route were the

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QUESTION: 6

Puhar and Kaveripattinam were the port under

Solution: The cholas controlled the areas from Kaveri Delta to the above areas.
QUESTION: 7

Gautami putra Satakarni was the most important ruler of the

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Gautamiputra Satakarni  was a ruler of the Satavahana Empire in present-day Deccan region of India.

QUESTION: 8

The Chinese Buddhist pilgrims who visited India 1400 years ago

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QUESTION: 9

Bhakti comes from the Sanskrit term bhaj meaning

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The Sanskrit word bhakti is derived from the verb root bhaj-, which means "to divide, to share, to partake, to participate, to belong to”. The word also means "attachment, devotion to, fondness for, homage, faith or love, worship, piety to something as a spiritual, religious principle or means of salvation.”

QUESTION: 10

A Roman historian who wrote Natural History of Latin

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The Natural History (Latin: Naturalis Historia) is a book about the whole of the natural world in Latinby Pliny the Elder, a Roman author and naval commander who died in 79 AD. It is one of the largest single works to have survived from the Roman Empire to the modern day and purports to cover all ancient knowledge.

QUESTION: 11

The trade route between China and Western Asia ran through Central Asia

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QUESTION: 12

Which of the following is the most fertile river valley

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Kaveri or Cauvery river is the holiest rivers in South India, Originating from Karnataka and flows through Tamil Nadu and emptying into the Bay of Bengal. Cauvery delta is one of the most fertile regions in India, the region is known as Chola Nadu and Thanjavur district is called as delta district of Tamil Nadu.

QUESTION: 13

Where is Sanchi is at present

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QUESTION: 14

Cave at Karle is in

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QUESTION: 15

___________ is the sacred book of the Hindus. It is a part of the great epic, Mahabharata.

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QUESTION: 16

It contains the advice of Lord Krishna to Arjun to abandon all dharmas and surrender to God. Only God can set him free from every evil

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QUESTION: 17

Kanishka was the most famous ruler of the

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QUESTION: 18

Which Buddhist term refers to a person who has attained enlightenment

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QUESTION: 19

Ashvaghosh was the poet in the court of

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QUESTION: 20

Which of the following pilgrims did not come to sub-continent to visit places associated with the life of the Buddha

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Pilargrims are men and women who undertake journeys to holy places in order to offer worship. The best-know of these are the Chinese Buddhist pilgrims, Fa Xian, who came to the sub-continent about 1600 years ago, Xuan Zang, who came around 1400 years ago and I-Qing, who came about 50 years after Xuan Zang. They came to visit places associated with the life of the Buddha as well as famous monasteries. They spent time studing in the monasteries. Xuan-Zang and other pilgrims spent time studing in Nalanda (Bihar), the most famous Buddhist Monastery of the period.  

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