|Column I||Column I|
|(i) Pilgrimage centre||(a) Surat|
|(ii) Temple town||(b) Vrindavan|
|(iii) 12th century Chauhan's capital||(c) Thanjavur|
|(iv) Gateway to the west||Ajmer|
Answer: (i) b, (ii) c, (iii) d, (iv) a
Answer: (a) Aurangzeb, (b) Dutch, (c) Mahanavami, (d) Pushkar, (e) Temples
Question 1: The Deccan Sultans consist of the rulers of
Answer: (d) All of the above
Question 2: Which of the following is not a part of the Vishwakarma community?
Answer: (b) Weaver
Question 3: The following are the guilds of south India ____
Answer: (d) Both b and c
Question 4: In the 17th century the _____ had their warehouses at Surat
Answer: (d) Both a and b
Question 5: What did the Gujarati traders sell?
Answer: (a) Textiles and spices
Question 1: Who thronged the markets of Hampi?
Answer: Moors, Chettis and agents of European traders such as the Portuguese.
Question 2: What was the technique used for building walls in Hampi?
Answer: Wedging the walls together by interlocking.
Question 3: Who did the guilds of south India trade extensively with?
Answer: Within the peninsula and with Southeast Asia and China.
Question 4: Name the kinds of artisans present in the haats.
Answer: Potters, oil pressers, sugar makers, toddy makers, smiths and stonemasons.
Question 5: Name the aspects of cloth making that became specialized and independent crafts during the period.
Answer: Cotton cleaning, spinning and dyeing.
Question 6: With whom did the Gujarati traders trade extensively?’
Answer: Ports of the Red Sea, Persian Gulf, East Africa, Southeast Asia and China.
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