Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age MCQ Questions for Class 8 Social Science Chapter 4 with Answers

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Q1. The tribals who reared goats and from Kashmir:

(i) Gaddis
(ii) Van Gujjars
(iii) Baigas
(iv) Bakarwals

(iv) Bakarwals

Q2. Why did the British consider the Chhota Nagpur belt vital?

(i) This region had rich minerals and also dense teak and sal forests
(ii) This region was an important place for the British to sell their produce .
(iii) This region had a lot of adivasis who could work for the British
(iv) This region had many big buildings

(i) This region had rich minerals and also dense teak and sal forests

Q3. The Bastar Rebellion in Central India broke out in

(i) 1900
(ii) 1910
(iii) 1920
(iv) 1940

(ii) 1910

Q4. The Santhal tribals belong to-

(i) Uttar Pradesh
(ii) Madhya Pradesh
(iii) Jharkhand
(iv) Maharashtra

(iii) Jharkhand

Q5. Britishers were referred as _ by tribals.

(i) killers
(ii) devta
(iii) Dikus
(iv) Raja

(iii) Dikus

Q6. The man seen roaming the forests and villages of Chottanagpur in Jharkhand in 1895 was:

(i) Birsa
(ii) Dikus
(iii) Santhal
(iv) Chiefs

(i) Birsa

Q7. What does the word dikus refer to in the Chhota Nagpur region?

(i) Natives
(ii) Outsiders
(iii) Citizens
(iv) Communities

(ii) Outsiders

Q8. The Khonds lived in

(i) Karnataka
(ii) Madhya Pradesh
(iii) Bihar
(iv) Odisha

(iv) Odisha

Q9. During which period the live of tribal groups mostly changed?

(i) Mughals
(ii) Sultanate
(iii) After Independence
(iv) British period

(iv) British period

Q10. To colour their clothes, tribals use the flowers of

(i) mango
(ii) kusum
(iii) lotus
(iv) rose

(ii) kusum

Q11. The cultivators who practised shifting cultivation were:

(i) Khonds
(ii) Khanda
(iii) Jhum
(iv) Mundas

(iii) Jhum

Q12. According to the list given below, who were the Van Gujjars of the Punjab hills?

(i) Reared only goats
(ii) Cattle herders
(iii) Village heads
(iv) Money lenders

(ii) Cattle herders

Q13. Jhum cultivation is practised these days in

(i) eastern states of India
(ii) western states of India
(iii) northern states of India
(iv) southern states of India

(i) eastern states of India

Q14. Who were Khonds?

(i) Hunters
(ii) Settled
(iii) Food gatherers
(iv) Jhum cultivators

(i) Hunters

Q15. Oran tribe is based in

(i) Kerala
(ii) Jharkhand
(iii) Tamilnadu
(iv) Punjab

(ii) Jharkhand

Q16. Who was Baigas from central India?

(i) Were reluctant to work for others
(ii) Considered themselves as the people of the forest
(iii) Was below their dignity to work as labor
(iv) All of them

(iv) All of them

Q17. From the seeds of Sal and Mahua, the tribal extract oil to cook. What exactly is Mahua ?

(i) Root of a tree
(ii) A flower that is eaten or used to make alcohol
(iii) Stem of a tree
(iv) Leaves of a tree

(ii) A flower that is eaten or used to make alcohol

Q18. In many regions Forest Department set up forest villages to ensure

(i) a regular supply of cheap labour
(ii) a regular supply of forest produce
(iii) a regular supply of agricultural produce
(iv) none of the above

(i) a regular supply of cheap labour

Q19. Warli revolt took place in-

(i) Rajasthan
(ii) Gujarat
(iii) Maharashtra
(iv) Tamilnadu

(iii) Maharashtra

Q20. __ is one of the animals reared by tribals

(i) Yak
(ii) Dog
(iii) cat
(iv) snake

(i) Yak

Q21. Bewar is used for which purpose in Madhya Pradesh?

(i) Shepherds
(ii) Cattle herders
(iii) Shifting cultivation
(iv) Traders and money lenders

(iii) Shifting cultivation

Q22. Apart from the Forest Regulation Act, which was the other Act passed by the British in 1871 which labeled all the adivasi groups that rebelled against the British as criminals.

(i) Illegal Tribes Act
(ii) Illegal societies Act
(iii) Criminal Societies Act
(iv) Criminal Tribes Act

(iv) Criminal Tribes Act

Q23. Birsa spent time in the company of …..preachers.

(i) Buddha
(ii) Vaishnav
(iii) Sikhs
(iv) None of these

(ii) Vaishnav

Q24. Which tribe was reluctant to work for others?

(i) Khond
(ii) Munda
(iii) Baiga
(iv) Kol

(iii) Baiga

Q25. British failed in their efforts to settle _ at one place.

(i) tribals
(ii) Jhum cultivators
(iii) villagers
(iv) farmers

(ii) Jhum cultivators

Q26. Name the four geographic regions where adivasis predominantly live?

(i) North-eastern states
(ii) Central India
(iii) South India
(iv) All of these

(iv) All of these

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