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Arpeet Subudhi answered  •  6 hours ago
Religious texts - Mahabharata,Ramayana and Bhagavad-Gita.
Secular texts - Arthashastra,accounts of foreign travellers.(Ex - Fa Hien).

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Arpeet Subudhi answered  •  6 hours ago
It is a large high area of flat land.

उंचावरचा विस्तृत सपाट भूभाग; पठार, उच्चसमभूमी.

Which word is an abstract noun? ''Honesty is the best policy.''
  • a)
    best
  • b)
    Honesty
  • c)
    policy
  • d)
    the
Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

Arpeet Subudhi answered  •  6 hours ago
The answer is option 'B' because Honesty is an abstract noun.
Definition of abstract noun - Abstract nouns are words that name things that are not concrete. Your five physical senses cannot detect an abstract noun – you can't see it, smell it, taste it, hear it, or touch it. In essence, an abstract noun is a quality, a concept, an idea, or maybe even an event.

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Where is the tajmahal?

Meena Yadav answered  •  7 hours ago
Tajmahal is located at Agra , Uttar Pradesh

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Give two examples each of modes of transport used on land water and air?

Meena Yadav answered  •  8 hours ago
On Land = Motorcycle , Car

On Water = Ship , Submarine

On Air = Aeroplane , Helicopter

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What is vermi composting?
  • a)
    It is a method of preparing compost
  • b)
    It is a method of preparing compost with the help of organisms
  • c)
    It gives a vermilian coloured compost
  • d)
    All of the above are correct
Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

PULKIT SHARMA answered  •  9 hours ago
Vermicompost (vermi-compost) is the product of the decomposition process using various species of worms, usually red wigglers, white worms, and other earthworms, to create a mixture of decomposing vegetable or food waste, bedding materials, and vermicast.

Tharun Aadhithya answered  •  11 hours ago
Ashoka adopted
 the following 
means
 to spreads his 
message of dhamma
: He appointed officials, known as 
Dhamma
 Mahamatta who went from place to place to 
spread the message of dhamma
. He got his 
messages
 inscribed on rocks and pillars to 
spread
 the to the common people

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Describe the ways in which the buddha tried to spread his message to people?

Tharun Aadhithya answered  •  11 hours ago
Buddha tried to spread his message
 to the 
people
 by teaching in the ordinary language, Prakrit so that everybody could understand it. He travelled on foot, going from one place to another, teaching 
people
. Also, he encouraged 
people
 to think for themselves rather than to simply accept what he said.

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Describe at least two ways in which you think the lives of king would have been different from those of farmers?

Tharun Aadhithya answered  •  11 hours ago
The lives of kings would have different from those of farmers in some ways like these:

. The kings set up large kingdoms whereas the farmer's life was not like theirs. They had to earn their life by hard labour and provide some or half portion to the kingdom as revenue.

. The farmers did not keep records of what they did whereas the kings kept records of their battles and their victories.

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Any two ways mahajanapadas were different from Rigvedas?

Tharun Aadhithya answered  •  11 hours ago
Give two ways
 in which rajas of 
the mahajanapadas were different
 from those mentioned in 
the Rigveda
. Solution: Rajas of 
Mahajanapadas
: (i) They became rajas by performing very big sacrifices where people accepted their supremacy. (ii) They had capital city, which 
were
 fortified.

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How were the Neolithic tools different from the Paleolithic tools?

Tharun Aadhithya answered  •  11 hours ago
Paleolithic tools were
 made of wood, stone and animal bones. 
Tools
 and weapons like harpoons, axes, lances, choppers and awls 
were
 used. 
Neolithic
 era 
tools were
 more sophisticated. ... Archaeologists 
have
 also found projectile points, beads, and statuettes from this era.

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What are microliths ? How were they different from the tools made during the palaeolithic periods.?

Tharun Aadhithya answered  •  11 hours ago
microlith
 is a small stone 
tool
 usually 
made
 of flint or chert and typically a centimetre or so 
in
 length and half a centimetre wide. 
They were made
 by humans from around 35,000 to 3,000 years ago, across Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia. The 
microliths were used in
 spear points and arrowheads

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How are pleatau different from mountain?

Tharun Aadhithya answered  •  11 hours ago
Mountain
 is an elevated landform. 
Plateau
 is an elevated flat land that is 
different
 from the surrounding plains. 
Mountain
 generally has a cone-shaped structure. ... The top of a 
plateau
 is a flat expanse of land.

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How are human beings different from birds?

Tharun Aadhithya answered  •  11 hours ago
The main 
difference
 between the 
human
 and 
bird
 skeleton is that the 
bird's
 skeleton is adapted for flight. The bones of a 
bird
 are hollow which makes the skeleton lighter.

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What are the characteristics of human beings?

Tharun Aadhithya answered  •  11 hours ago
Foundational Human Qualities. Qualities that form the foundation of all other human qualities include 
honesty
integrity
courage
self-awareness
, and wholeheartedness. These qualities define who we are as human being

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Can anyone explain the role played by air in the life of human, animals and plants.?

Tharun Aadhithya answered  •  11 hours ago
Air is important for living things.
People need to breathe, and so do lots of other animals—and plants! ... During respiration, a living thing takes in oxygen from the air and gives out carbon dioxide. This process gives animals and plants the energy to eat, grow, and live life!

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What is stereotypes?

Arpita answered  •  13 hours ago
A stereotype is an over-generalized belief about a particular category of people. It is an expectation that people might have about every person of a particular group.

No rain or very less rain causes
  • a)
    Soil fertile
  • b)
    Soil unfertile
  • c)
    Flood
  • d)
    Drought
Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?

Himangshu Das answered  •  13 hours ago
A drought is a period of time when an area or region experiences below-normal precipitation. The lack of adequate precipitation, either rain or snow, can cause reduced soil moisture or groundwater, diminished stream flow, crop damage, and a general water shortage.

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