History of the Subcontinent – General Knowledge – Level 5

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History of the Subcontinent - Level 5

General Knowledge MCQs

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  1. The spread of the Harappa civilization is coterminous with the: Wheat producing zone
  2. Traces of which of the following has not been found in the Indus valley civilization? Sugarcane
  3. The Lothal civilization was known for: Drainage system
  4. Mohenjo-daro is also known as: Mound of the dead
  5. "When I first saw them, I found it difficult to believe that they were pre-historic; they seemed so completely to upset all established ideas about early art." This was an observation of Sir John Marshal on objects found at: Mohenjo-daro
  6. The Indus valley civilization was spread over Punjab, Sindh, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Baluchistan
  7. Indications of pre-Harappan civilization have come from the archeological excavations at: Lothal
  8. The source of the blue gem stone, lapis lazuli, for the people of Harappan culture was: Afghanistan
  9. Which of the following statements regarding the characteristic feature of the Indus valley people is true? They worship of images was familiar to the people
  10. Who among the following popularized the theory of Arctic Region as the original home of Aryans? B. G. Tilak
  11. Which colour was commonly used in Harappan pottery? Red
  12. During the Neolithic Age in India, the only metal known to the people was: Gold

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1. Who among the following popularized the theory of Arctic Region as the original home of Aryans?

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2. The Lothal civilization was known for:

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3. Indications of pre-Harappan civilization have come from the archeological excavations at:

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4. Traces of which of the following has not been found in the Indus valley civilization?

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5. The source of the blue gem stone, lapis lazuli, for the people of Harappan culture was:

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6. Which colour was commonly used in Harappan pottery?

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7. During the Neolithic Age in India, the only metal known to the people was:

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8. Mohenjo-daro is also known as:

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9. The Indus valley civilization was spread over

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10. "When I first saw them, I found it difficult to believe that they were pre-historic; they seemed so completely to upset all established ideas about early art." This was an observation of Sir John Marshal on objects found at:

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11. Which of the following statements regarding the characteristic feature of the Indus valley people is true?

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12. The spread of the Harappa civilization is coterminous with the:

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