Nomads are wandering people. Many of them are pastoralists who roam from one pasture to another with their flocks and herds.
Identify the following figure
Following are the itinerant groups except
The correct option is B.
An itinerant is a person who moves from place to place, typically for work, like the itinerant preacher who moves to a new community every few years.
Above statue is made by
The correct option is B.
Bhil art is tribal art of the Bhil tribes in India. The Bhils are the second largest tribe in India who reside in western and central India, in states of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, and Maharashtra. ... Tribal art has gained popularity in recent years because of its simple and bold creations.
Specialised artisans ? smiths, carpenters and masons ? were recognised as separate jati by
Specialised artisans- smiths, carpenters and masons—were also recognised as separate jatis by the Brahmanas. Jatis, rather than vama, became the basis for organizing society Among the Kshatriyas, new Rajput clans became powerful by the eleventh and twelfth centuries.
The Gonds lived in a vast forested region called
Cultivation in which trees and bushes in a forest area are first cut and burnt. The crop is sown in the ashes. When this land loses its fertility, another plot of land is cleared and planted in the same way. It is called
Gond kingdom was divided into
Administration of Gondwana was becoming centralised. The kingdom was divided into garh, each garh was controlled by a particular Gond clan. This was further divided into units of 84 villages called chourasi. The chourasi was further subdivided into barhots which are made up of 12 villages each.
Which Gond raja of Garha Katanga, assumed the title of Sangram Shah
The correct option is Option B.
Gond is a tribe in the central part of India. The emergence of large states changed the nature of Gond society. Their basically equal society gradually got divided into unequal social classes. Brahmanas received land grants from the Gond rajas and became more influential. The Gond chiefs now wished to be recognised as Rajputs. So, Aman Das, the Gond raja of Garha Katanga, assumed the title of Sangram Shah. His son, Dalpat, married princess Durgawati, the daughter of Salbahan, the Chandel Rajput raja of Mahoba. Bir Narain was the son of Rani Durgawati.
Durgawati was the daughter of
Bastar is in
In the early 19th century the state became part of the Central Provinces and Berar under the British Raj, and acceded to the Union of India on 1 January 1948, to become part of Madhya Pradesh in 1956, and later part of the Bastar district of Chhattisgarh state in 2000.
Emperor ____ wrote in his memoirs that the Banjaras carried grain on their bullocks from different areas and sold it in towns
The Banjaras were the most important trader nomads. Sultan Alauddin Khalji used the Banjaras to transport grain to the city markets. Emperor Jahangir wrote in his memoirs that the Banjaras carried grain on their bullocks from different areas and sold it in towns. They transported food grain for the Mughal army during military campaigns. With a large army there could be 100,000 bullocks carrying grain.
The rise of which clans to the position of rulers set an example for the tribal people to follow many dominant tribes of Punjab, Sind and the North-West Frontier had adopted Islam quite early
The correct option is B.
Among the kshatriyas, new rajput clans became powerful by 1th and 12th centuries. Many of the clans came to be regarded as rajputs.
To whom the Gonds kingdom was granted by the Mughals
The correct option is C.
Bhuiyan was a title used to refer to a landlord or chieftain. It originates from the Sanskrit word, Bhumi, meaning 'land'.
The Ahom state depended upon forced labour. Those forced to work for the state were called
Koboi tribe live in
The (Uipo) Khoibu /ˌuɪː pə͜ʊ ˈkʰɔɪ buː/ are a community of Manipur. They speak the Khoibu language/dialect and call themselves "Uipo". Neighbouring Tangkhul villagers call them ‘Apo’ . Marings call the "Uipowaa". They were called ‘Upong’ in the Inthee (believed to be so called ‘Ningthee’ in Meiteilon and ‘Chindwin’ in English) basin civilization.
Ahoms believe in
The correct option is D.
It was the state religion of the Ahom kingdom in the initial period. The Ahom kingdom expanded suddenly in the 16th-century and the Ahom peoples became a small minority in their own kingdom—though they continued to wield control. ... In the 1931 survey, all Ahoms listed Hinduism as their religion.
Many societies did not follow the social rules and rituals prescribed by the Brahmanas .Nor were they divided into numerous unequal classes. Such societies are often called
Few exceptions about the tribal people is
The correct option is A.
A few exceptions apart, tribal people did not keep written records. But they preserved rich customs and oral traditions. These were passed down to each new generation. Present- day historians have started using such oral traditions to write tribal histories.