Clothing A Social History MCQ Questions for Class 9 Social Science Chapter 8 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 9 Social Science with Answers: History

Q1. What is Chintz?

(i) A type of cotton cloth
(ii) A type of silk
(iii) Saree worn by women
(iv) Cotton cloth printed with design and flowers

(i) A type of cotton cloth

Q2. Wearing of which two things created misunderstanding and conflict between the British and the Indians?

(i) the wearing of turban and shoes
(ii) the umbrella and gold ornaments
(iii) the wearing of saris and dhotis
(iv) The wearing of gowns and long skirts

(i) the wearing of turban and shoes

Q3. The simplicity of clothing of ‘Sans-Culottes’ was meant to express

(i) the poverty among the common people
(ii) the prosperity of textile industries
(iii) the idea of equality
(iv) none of the above

(iii) the idea of equality

Q4. By 1917 how many women in Britain were employed in ammunition factories?

(i) About 70,000
(ii) About 80,000
(iii) About 75,000
(iv) About 77,000

(i) About 70,000

Q5. Which Governor General asked the Indians to remove their shoes as a mark of respect before him?

(i) Ripon
(ii) Hastings
(iii) Amherst
(iv) Wellesley

(iii) Amherst

Q6. When did women in England start agitating for democratic rights?

(i) 1820s
(ii) 1830s
(iii) 1840s
(iv) 1850s

(ii) 1830s

Q7. What symbolize about of the dress pattern of Gandhiji?

(i) British mill made clothes
(ii) Khadi
(iii) Chintz
(iv) Silk

(ii) Khadi

Q8. What was the idea of national dress as suggested by Rabindranath Tagore?

(i) Combination of Hindu and Muslim dress
(ii) Combination of Indian and European dress
(iii) Only Hindu dress
(iv) Combination Hindu and Parsi dress

(i) Combination of Hindu and Muslim dress

Q9. Which of the following events had an impact on the dressing style of women?

(i) Women working in industries during the First and Second World Wars.
(ii) Gymnastics and games entered school curriculum for women.
(iii) The Battle of Waterloo
(iv) Both (i) and (ii)

(iv) Both (i) and (ii)

Q10. When was rational dress societies started in England?

(i) In 1880
(ii) In 1881
(iii) In 1885
(iv) In 1857

(ii) In 1881

Q11. In the first decade of the 20th century, which movement in Bengal was linked to the politics of clothing?

(i) Khilafat movement
(ii) Swadeshi movement
(iii) Bardoli satyagraha
(iv) Champaran satyagraha

(ii) Swadeshi movement

Q12. Wearing of which two things created misunderstanding and conflict between the British and the Indians?

(i) the wearing of turban and shoes
(ii) the umbrella and gold ornaments
(iii) the wearing of saris and dhotis
(iv) The wearing of gowns and long skirts

(i) the wearing of turban and shoes

Q13. The French Revolution swept away exiting dress code known as the:

(i) Sumputary law
(ii) Dress code
(iii) Law of conduct
(iv) Law of dressing design

(i) Sumputary law

Q14. For Mahatma Gandhi, khadi, white and coarse, was a sign of

(i) purity
(ii) simplicity
(iii) poverty
(iv) all the above

(iv) all the above

Q15. In reaction to which measure of the British did the Swadeshi Movement begin?

(i) Partition of Bengal in 1905
(ii) Surat split in 1907
(iii) Starting of World War I in 1914
(iv) Montague-Chelmsford Reforms of 1919

(i) Partition of Bengal in 1905

Q16. The Suffarge movement demanded

(i) Equal right for women
(ii) Right to equality for women
(iii) The right to vote for women
(iv) Equal access to property

(iii) The right to vote for women

Q17. In which year did Gandhiji adopt dhoti?

(i) 1913
(ii) 1915
(iii) 1921
(iv) 1928

(iii) 1921

Q18. Which of the following Indians was associated with the case of defiance of the shoe- respect rule?

(i) Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar
(ii) Manockjee Cowasjee Entee
(iii) Mahatma Gandhi
(iv) Sir M. Visveswaraya

(ii) Manockjee Cowasjee Entee

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