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Solution: Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2020 [Ancient India: Week 3]

Solution: Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2020 [Ancient India: Week 3] Q.1 Explain different aspects of social life of Later Vedic period and elements of change in it. [15 Marks]  Ans: Social life of Later Vedic Sedentary society –  The later Vedic period witnessed a transformation of the pastoral society to a sedentary agrarian […]

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Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2020 [Ancient India: Week 3]

Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2020 [Ancient India: Week 3] Q.1 Explain different aspects of social life of Later Vedic period and elements of change in it. [15 Marks]  Q.2 “Aryans are present in literature but absent in archaeology.” Critically examine. [10 Marks] Q.3 Discuss how the Megalithic culture can be considered a foundational […]

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Solution: Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2020 [Ancient India: Week 2]

Solution: Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2020 [Ancient India: Week 2] Q.1 What were the diversity of subsistence base for Harappan people? [15 Marks] Ans: The Harappan civilisation covered an enormous area and the diversity of the subsistence base was an important sustaining factor- if one food resource failed, people could turn to others. Diversity […]

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Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2020 [Ancient India: Week 2]

Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2020 [Ancient India: Week 2] Q.1 What were the diversity of subsistence base for Harappan people? [15 Marks] Q.2 The emergence of Non-Harappan Chalcolithic cultures in Central India and the Deccan mark a change not only in the subsistence pattern of people but an overall transition from pre to […]

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Solution: Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2020 [Ancient India: Week 4]

Solution: Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2020 [Ancient India: Week 4] Q.1 The development of art and architecture during the Sunga period belies the belief that they were anti-Buddhist. Discuss. [15 Marks] Ans: Sunga period (185 BC to 73 BC) started with foundation of sunga dynasty by Pushyamitra Sunga when he dethroned last Maurya […]

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Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2020 [Ancient India: Week 4]

Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2020 [Ancient India: Week 4] Q.1 The development of art and architecture during the Sunga period belies the belief that they were anti-Buddhist. Discuss. [15 Marks] Q.2 Discuss the different roles of adhyakshas in the Mauryan administration. [20 Marks] Q.3 Give an account of gana-sanghas (non-monarchical state systems) ? […]

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Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 5]

Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 5] Q. How the Reform Act of 1832 led to the real beginning of modern party organisation in England? [10 Marks] NOTE: All those enrolled can send their answers for evaluation in PDF format after scanning (you can use camscanner) on historytestseries2021@gmail.com Name your file […]

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Solution: Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 5]

Solution: Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 5] Q. How the Reform Act of 1832 led to the real beginning of modern party organisation in England? [10 Marks] Ans: Eric Evans says: “The Reform Act of 1832 opened a door on a new political world.” Whigs and Tories were members of […]

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Solution: Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 10]

Solution: Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 10] Q. Delineate the industrialization of Japan after after the Meiji Restoration? [10 Marks] Ans: Japan had wrapped herself in rigid seclusion but in 1853, her veil was opened by the USA when US Navy appeared in Japanese waters to demonstrate strength, demanding protection […]

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Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 10]

Daily Problem Practice for 2021 History Optional [World History: Day 10] Q. Delineate the industrialization of Japan after after the Meiji Restoration? [10 Marks] NOTE: All those enrolled can send their answers for evaluation in PDF format after scanning (you can use camscanner) on historytestseries2021@gmail.com Name your file as your name and day. For example, […]

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