Test: Kings, Farmers And Town- 3


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QUESTION: 1

Read the following statements carefully:

Statement I: Gradually, some states acquired standing armies and maintained regular bureaucracies.

Statement II: While kings did not rule most mahajanapadas, some, known as ganas or sanghas, were not oligarchies men, often collectively called rajas.

Statement III: From c. sixth century BCE onwards, Brahmanas began composing Sanskrit texts known as the Dharmasutras.

Which of the above Statement(s) is/are correct:

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QUESTION: 2

Read the following statements carefully:

Statement I: The sixth century BCE is often regarded as a major turning point in early Indian history.

Statement II: associated with early states, cities, the growing use of iron, coinage development, etc.

Statement III: Subsequently, scholars began to shift their focus to the context of political history, investigating whether there were connections between political changes and economic and social developments.

Which of the above Statement(s) is/are correct:

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QUESTION: 3

Read the following statements carefully:

Statement I: Although their histories are often difficult to reconstruct due to the lack of sources, some of these states lasted for nearly a thousand years.

Statement II: In some instances, as in the case of the Vajji sangha, the rajas probably controlled resources such as land collectively.

Statement III: Some of the most noteworthy developments in Indian epigraphy took place in the 1830s.

Which of the above Statement(s) is/are correct:

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QUESTION: 4

Along with protecting those on the move, what did not communication mean?

I. Pursuant

II. Amendments

III. Provisions

IV. Amended

Which of the options given above is/are correct:

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QUESTION: 5

Who has not used various sources to reconstruct the history of the Mauryan empire?

I. Archaeologists

II. Historians

III. Scholars

IV. Anthropologists

Which of the options given above is/are correct:

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QUESTION: 6

Who was not the first ruler to inscribe messages to his subjects and officials on stone surfaces?

I. Asoka

II. Ganesan

III. Ashoka

IV. Ahsoka

Which of the options given above is/are correct:

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QUESTION: 7

Read the following statements carefully:

Statement I: 3.1 Finding out about the Mauryas Historians have used various sources to reconstruct the Mauryan Empire’s history.

Statement II: It is not likely that administrative control was provincial centres.

Statement III: Asoka was the first ruler who inscribed his messages to his subjects and officials on stone surfaces – natural rocks as well as polished pillars.

Which of the above Statement(s) is/are correct:

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QUESTION: 8

Read the following statements carefully:

Statement I: This included respect for those who renounced worldly life, treating slaves and servants kindly, and respecting religions and traditions other than one’s own.

Statement II: Besides, the Mauryas are not mentioned as valuable; the inscriptions of Asoka (c. BCE) on rocks and pillars are not often regarded as amongst the most valuable sources.

Statement III: Special officers, known as the dhamma mahamatta, were appointed to spread the message of dhamma.

Which of the above Statement(s) is/are correct:

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QUESTION: 9

What do not the early Tamil Sangam texts contain?

I. Poetry

II. Prose

III. Poems

IV. Poetic

Which of the options given above is/are correct:

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QUESTION: 10

What was not the social origins of chiefs and kings?

I. Obscure

II. Little-Known

III. Lesser-Known

IV. Esoteric

Which of the options given above is/are correct:

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