NCERT Solutions For Class 7 History Chapter 2 pdf Download

NCERT Solutions For Class 7 History Chapter 2 pdf Download 

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NCERT Solutions For Class 7 History Chapter 2 pdf Download


NCERT Solutions For Class 7 History Chapter 2 pdf Download Social Science New Kings And Kingdoms

                                                                               

NCERT Solutions For Class 7 History Chapter 2 pdf Download 

NCERT Solutions For Class 7 History Chapter 2 pdf Download  

Summery 

This chapter  NEW KINGS AND KINGDOMS talks about 

  • The Emergence of New Dyanasty
  • Administration in the Kingdoms
  • Warfare of Wealth
  • A Closer look at the Cholas
  • From Uraiyur to Thanjavur
  • Splendid Temples and Bronze Sculpture 
  • The Administration of the Empire

  NCERT Solutions For Class 7 History Chapter 2 Social Science New Kings And Kingdoms MCQ 

1. Who were the feudatories of the "Rashtrakutas" of the Deccan?

A. Chalukyas of Karnataka

B  Cholas

C  Chera rulers of Kerala

D  Chalukyas of Vengi

Explanation: The "Rashtrakutas" of the Deccan were feudatories of the Chalukyas of Karnataka.

2. What was the word "Vetti" used for in the Chola period?

A Tax, which was collected in the form of cash amount.

B Taxes, which were taken in the form of forced labour.

C Tax, which was charged as a share in production.

D Tax, which was voluntarily presented by the people to the king.

Explanation: In the Chola period, the word 'Vetti' was used for 'tax' taken in the form of forced labour.

3. The frescoes of Ellora Cave 15 depicting Lord Vishnu in Narasimha avatar i.e. as a male and as a lion. What era is this work from?

A Rashtrakuta period

B Pallava period

C Chola period

D Buddhist period

Explanation: The Ellora caves/temples were built by the rulers of the Rashtrakuta dynasty, which is located in Aurangabad, present-day Maharashtra. There are a total of 34 caves, which include 12 Buddhist caves, 17 Hindu caves, and 5 Jain caves. These caves show the religious harmony of their construction period.

4. The history of the kings of which region comes to us from the composition of Kalhana?

A king of Kashmir

B of the kings of the Deccan

C kings of south india

D None of these.

Explanation: Rajataragini is a great Sanskrit epic composed by Kalhana, in which the history of the kings who ruled Kashmir is recorded. Kalhana has used all kinds of sources, including inscriptions, documents, eyewitness accounts and earlier history, to write his account. This is an extraordinary book to know the history of 12th century.


5. The long battle between the rulers of Gurjara-Pratihara, Rashtrakuta and Pala dynasty is often discussed as a "tripartite struggle". What was the reason for this battle that lasted for centuries?

A To control Kalinga

B To control Kannauj

C To control the areas of Godavari river

D To control the deltaic region of river Kaveri


Explanation

Explanation: The three dynasties struggled for centuries for control over Kannauj because Kannauj was located in the fertile and resourceful region of the Ganges and the position of Kannauj was strategically important.

6. Sultan Mahmud Ghazni of Ghazni province of Afghanistan wanted to know about the people and provinces he conquered during his conquest of India. Which scholar did he bring with him for this work?


A  Ibn battuta

B Al Bruni

C Amir Khusro

D Ziauddin Barani

Explanation: Sultan Mahmud also wanted to know many things about the people he conquered and he entrusted a scholar named Al-Biruni to write an account of this subcontinent. His work "Kitab al-Hind", written in Arabic language, is still an important source for historians.


7. Who were the feudatories of the Cholas?


A Pallavas

B Rashtrakuta

C Cher

D Chalukya

Explanation: The Cholas were feudatories of the Pallavas. Rajendra I, the ruler of the Chola dynasty, built a huge navy for the expansion and protection of his empire to the Ganges valley, Sri Lanka and the countries of South-East Asia and converted the Bay of Bengal into the Chola lake.


8 Which Chola ruler built the Brihadisvara temple at Thanjavur?


A Vijayalaya

B Rajendra I

C Rajaraj

D parantak first

Explanation: The Brihadisvara temple was built by the Chola ruler Rajaraja at the town of Tanjore in the fertile delta region of the Kaveri river on the eastern coast of Tamil Nadu. This temple is a wonderful example of Indian architecture and sculpture.


9. Gangaikonda Cholapuram was founded by which of the following Chola rulers?


A Rajaraj

B Rajendra I

C Kulolung-I

D Kulolung-II

Explanation: Gangaikonda Cholapuram was the capital of the mighty king Rajendra I of the Chola dynasty. When his army crossed Kalinga, he conquered the areas up to the Ganges via South Kosala, Bengal and Magadha. Then to commemorate these conquests, he assumed the title of "Gangaikonda" and founded Gangaikonda Cholapuram (City of the Ganga victorious Cholas).


10. Consider the following statements-

1. The association of merchants was called 'Nagram' in the Chola period and they also performed administrative work within the city.

2. Information about the local self-government of the Chola period is obtained from the Uttarmerur inscription.

Which of the above statement(s) is/are true?


A Only 1

B Only 2

C Both 1 and 2

D Neither 1 nor 2

Explanation: The information about local self-government related to the Chola period comes to us from the Uttarmerur inscription of Parantaka-I, which is located in Tamil Nadu.


11 Consider the characteristics of the Chola period.

1. Chola temples were the center of economic, social and cultural life.

2. The most distinctive of the crafts associated with the temple was the work of making bronze statues.

3. The Chola bronze statue is counted among the best in the world.

Which of the above statements are true?

A 1 and 2

B 2 and 3

C 1 and 3

D 1, 2 and 3

Explanation: All three statements are correct. The great Nataraja statue depicting the tandava form of Shiva represents the excellence of the bronze statues of the Chola period.


12. With reference to the Chola period, consider the following statements:

1. In the Chola period the settlements of the peasants were called "Urs". Which became very prosperous due to irrigated agriculture.

2. "Nadu" to clusters of villages and performed administrative functions like administering justice and collecting taxes.

Which of the above statement(s) is/are true?


A Only 1

B Only 2

C Both 1 and 2

D Neither 1 nor 2

Explanation: Both the above statements are true regarding the Chola period. The settlements of the peasants were called "Urs" in the Chola period. Which became very prosperous due to irrigated agriculture and during this period the groups of villages were called "Nadu" and the Nadus performed administrative functions like administering justice and collecting taxes.


13. Which of the following pairs are not correctly matched?

1. Land of Bellnavagai Non-Brahmin Farmer Owner

2. Land gifted to brahmadeya brahmins

3. Land for maintenance of Shala Bhog school

4. Land Gifted to Pallichandam Temple

5. Land donated to Devdan, Tirumatukkani Jain Institutions

 Code:

A 1 and 4

B 1, 2 and 4

C 1, 3 and 4

D 4 and 5

Explanation: Pair 4 and 5 are not matched, as Pallichchandam referred to the land donated to Jain institutions, and Devdan, Tirumatukkani, referred to the land gifted to temples.

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