The Making of Regional Cultures MCQ Questions for Class 7 Social Science Chapter 9 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 7 Social Science History Our Pasts – I

Q1. Kannada is the language of:

(i) Tamil Nadu
(ii) Kerala
(iii) Karnataka
(iv) None of Above

(iii) Karnataka

Q2. Attribution of living soul to plants, inanimate objects, and natural phenomena

(i) Animism
(ii) Anemesm
(iii) Anemism
(iv) Amimesim

(i) Animism

Q3. Lilatilakam, was composed in

(i) Mannnipravalam
(ii) Manipravalam
(iii) Manipurvalam
(iv) Manipravolam

(ii) Manipravalam

Q4. The language spoken in the Chera kingdom of Mahodayapuram was

(i) Sanskrit
(ii) Urdu
(iii) Malayalam
(iv) Persian

(iii) Malayalam

Q5. How were the Rajput rulers most distinctive?

(i) Rajput rulers were apostles of bravery
(ii) Rajput rulers were cowards
(iii) Rajput rulers were rich
(iv) None of these

(i) Rajput rulers were apostles of bravery

Q6. Bengali as a language originated from:

(i) Sanskrit language
(ii) Malayalam language
(iii) Tamil language
(iv) None of above

(i) Sanskrit language

Q7. Jagannatha temple is in

(i) Kerala
(ii) Maharashtra
(iii) Odisha
(iv) Karnataka

(iii) Odisha

Q8. Miniatures are

(i) Large-sized paintings
(ii) Small-sized paintings
(iii) Medium-sized paintings
(iv) Horizontal paintings

(ii) Small-sized paintings

Q9. Fourteenth-century text of Sanskrit which deals with grammar and poetry was called

(i) Lilatilakam
(ii) Miniature
(iii) Basohil
(iv) Dialect

(i) Lilatilakam

Q10. Xuan Zang was a

(i) Chinese travellers
(ii) English travellers
(iii) Afghani travellers
(iv) Japanese travellers

(i) Chinese travellers

Q11. Radha-Krishan is famour for:

(i) Katha
(ii) Rasalila
(iii) Kathak
(iv) None of Above

(iii) Kathak

Q12. Which state was called Rajputana by the British

(i) Madhya Pradesh
(ii) Rajasthan
(iii) Punjab
(iv) Gujarat

(ii) Rajasthan

Q13. Kathak, now associated with several parts of

(i) North India
(ii) West India
(iii) East India
(iv) South India

(i) North India

Q14. The conquerors tried to control the temple of Jagannatha at Puri because

(i) they were very devoted to God Jagannatha
(ii) the temple was very beautiful
(iii) the temple had huge wealth
(iv) none of the above

(iii) the temple had huge wealth

Q15. What is Manipravalam?

(i) Language
(ii) Kingdom
(iii) Dance
(iv) None of these

(i) Language

(i) Shankar Bhagwan
(ii) Ma Durga
(iii) Vishnu
(iv) None of Above

(iii) Vishnu

Q17. Miniatures are

(i) Large-sized paintings
(ii) Small-sized paintings
(iii) Medium-sized paintings
(iv) Horizontal paintings

(ii) Small-sized paintings

Q18. The temple theatre of Kerala built by Chera borrowed stories from the

(i) Roman Epics
(ii) Hindi Epics
(iii) Tamil Epics
(iv) Sanskrit epics

(iv) Sanskrit epics

Q19. The word Rajputana meant

(а) the Rajput tradition
(ii) in 19th century the region of present day Rajasthan
(iii) group of Rajputs
(iv) none of the above

(ii) in 19th century the region of present day Rajasthan

Q20. Lilatilakam, was composed in

(i) Mannnipravalam
(ii) Manipravalam
(iii) Manipurvalam
(iv) Manipravolam

(ii) Manipravalam

Q21. What was Basohli?

(i) Small sized painting
(ii) Bold and intense style of miniature painting
(iii) Old and very distinctive
(iv) Traditions

(ii) Bold and intense style of miniature painting

Q22. Bengali is derived from

(i) English
(ii) Awadhi
(iii) Hindi
(iv) Sanskrit

(iv) Sanskrit

Q23. Jagannatha temple is in

(i) Kerala
(ii) Maharashtra
(iii) Odisha
(iv) Karnataka

(iii) Odisha

Q24. The major patrons of Kathak were

(i) Mongols
(ii) Pandayan
(iii) Mughals
(iv) Rajput

(iii) Mughals

Q25. Kathak, now associated with several parts of

(i) North India
(ii) West India
(iii) East India
(iv) South India

(i) North India

Q26. Name a book written in Manipravalam language?

(i) Ramayan
(ii) Gita
(iii) Lilatikalam
(iv) None of these

(iii) Lilatikalam

Q27. The earliest miniatures were on

(i) Palm leaves or wood
(ii) Glass
(iii) Plastic
(iv) Paper

(i) Palm leaves or wood

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