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Class 6 History Question Answers - Traders, Kings and Pilgrims

Very Short Q & A :

Q1: The Chinese rulers used to send gifts of silk to Iran and west Asia. True/False

Ans : True

Q2: The wearing of silk became the fashion amongst rulers and rich people in __________.

Ans : Rome

Q3: Name the place from where silk was mostly exported.

Ans : China

Q4: Name the ruler who controlled silk route effectively.

Ans : Kushanas

Q5: Name the ruler used to demand payments for allowing traders to pass through the silk route.

Ans : Kushanas

Q6: From where did Fa- Xian began his journey back to his home?

Ans : Bengal

Q7: Where is Nalanda located at present?

Ans : Bihar

Q8: Where is the site of Eran located?

Ans : Sagar district of Madhya Pradesh

Q9: Appar, a Tamil poet was a devotee of the God _________

Ans : Shiva

Q10: Who where Nayanars?

Ans : The noble devotees graced by the Lord Shiva were known as Nayanars

Q11: How many nayanars were there?

Ans : 63

Q12: Name the community of Appar, the famous Tamil poet.was used to dig earth for turning the soil and planting trees.

Ans : Vellala community.

Q13: Who where Syrian Christians?

Ans : The Christians of Kerala

Q14: State the birth place of Jesus Christ.

Ans : Bethlehem

Q15: Name the po rt under the Cholas

Ans : Kaveripattinam.

Q16: Name the ruler who was given title of “lords of the Dakshinapatha”.

Ans : the Great Bath

Q17: Name the most fertile river valley in southern India.

Ans : Kaveri

Q18: Name The most important ruler of the Satavahanas.

Ans : Shri Satakarni

Q19: Fa Xian ,Xuan Zang and I-Qing were Chinese ________.

Ans : Pilgrims

Q20: From where the raw silk is extracted?

Ans : cocoons of silk worms

Q21: What is the meaning of the term The term ‘Muvendar’ ?

Ans : Muvendar is a Tamil word which means 3 chiefs

Q22: Satavahanas became powerful in western India.True/False.

Ans : True

Q23: Madurai was the capital city of ___________.

Ans : Pandyas

Q24: Who issued gold coins for the first time?

Ans : Kushanas

Q25: What was the purpose of gold coins?

Ans : The gold coins were used by traders along the silk route.

Q26: Who composed The biography of Buddha?

Ans : Ashvaghosha

Q27: Ashvaghosha and other Buddhists scholars began writing in English. True/False

Ans : false

Q28: What was Buddhacharita?

Ans : name of the biography of Buddha.

Q29: What was the name of the new form of Buddhism?

Ans : Mahayana Buddhism

Q30: What is the meaning of Bodhisattavas?

Ans : those persons who had attained enlightment.

Q31: What is the name of the older form of Buddhism?

Ans : Theravada Buddhism

Q32: Where the older form of Buddhism was more famous?

Ans : Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand etc

Q33: How do we come to know about the dangers faced by the piligrims in their travels?

Ans : Chinese Buddhists pilgrims wrote about the dangers they encountered on their travels

Q34: Name the three chiefs mentioned in Sangam poems.

Ans : Cholas,Cheras and Pandyas

Q35: Gautamiputra Shri Satakarni, belonged to the________ dynasty.

Ans : Satavahana dynasty

Q36: The Christian religion first emerged in _____________.

Ans : Christianity began from Palestine and moved to Greece, from there to Italy and to the rest of the Europe.

Q37: Name the place where The images of Buddha were made predominantly.

Ans : Mathura and Taxila.

Q38: At Taxila a new form of Buddhist art influenced by the Greek style was developed. True/False

Ans : True

Q39: Name the Sanskrit word from which The term Bhakti has been derived.

Ans : Bhaj

Q40: The Bhagavad Gita is a part of the______________.

Ans : Mahabharata

Q41: Who composed biography of the Buddha called Buddhacharita?

Ans : Ashvaghosha

Q42: Name the form of Buddhism that was popular in South- Eastern countries.

Ans : Theravada Buddhism

Q43: In southern India the largest numbers of caves meant for the Buddhist monks are located in the region of _________________.

Ans : Western Ghat

Q44: Name the place where the philosophy of the Bodhisattvas was most popular.

Ans : China

Q45: Who were pilgrims?

Ans : The pilgrims were both men and women who took journeys to holy places to offer prayers

Q46: Name A book that contains discussions between Krishna and Arjuna.

Ans : Bhagavad Gita

Q47: What was the most valued export commodity to the Roman Empire from India?

Ans : Pepper

Q48: The city where Sangam literature was composed was the capital of the ________ rulers.

Ans : Pandya rulers

Q49: Personal devotion was the central idea of bhakti movement. True/False

Ans : True

Q50: Name The deity who shelters river Ganga in his long hair.

Ans : Lord Shiva

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1. Who were the traders mentioned in the article?
Ans. The traders mentioned in the article were merchants who engaged in the exchange of goods and services.
2. What role did kings play during the time period discussed in the article?
Ans. Kings during that time period held significant power and authority. They were responsible for governing their kingdoms and maintaining law and order.
3. What were the main reasons for pilgrims to undertake their journeys?
Ans. Pilgrims undertook their journeys for various reasons, including religious devotion, seeking blessings, and fulfilling vows or promises made to their deities.
4. How did traders contribute to the economy during this time?
Ans. Traders played a crucial role in the economy by facilitating the exchange of goods and services between different regions. They helped in the growth of commerce and trade, which led to economic development.
5. What were some of the challenges faced by traders, kings, and pilgrims during this period?
Ans. Traders, kings, and pilgrims faced challenges such as long and dangerous journeys, uncertain weather conditions, bandit attacks, and political instability. These challenges could often hinder their progress and pose risks to their safety.
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