Vital Villages, Thriving Towns MCQ Questions for Class 6 Social Science Chapter 9 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 6 Social Science with Answers History Our Pasts – I

Q1. There is evidence for the growing use of iron tools:

(i) Around 2500 years ago
(ii) Around 3000 years ago
(iii) Around 3500 years ago
(iv) Around 4000 years ago

(i) Around 2500 years ago

Q2. Sculptors carved scenes depicting

(i) Animals live in the villages
(ii) Types of religion people follow
(iii) Types of animals found here
(iv) Peoples lives in towns and villages

(iv) Peoples lives in towns and villages

Q3. What was the method of irrigation in ancient time?

(i) Canals
(ii) Wells
(iii) Tanks
(iv) All of these

(iv) All of these

Q4. The use of iron tools began how many years ago?

(i) 700
(ii) 1500
(iii) 2500
(iv) 3000

(iii) 2500

Q5. Roman designs were found in:

(i) Mathura site
(ii) Samath Site
(iii) Arikamedu site
(iv) Pataliputra

(iii) Arikamedu site

Q6. Roman lamps, glassware and gems have also been found at the site

(i) Varanasi
(ii) Sanchi
(iii) Arikamedu
(iv) Mathura

(iii) Arikamedu

Q7. Who were grama bhojaka?

(i) Village head men
(ii) Ordinary people of village
(iii) Educated persons
(iv) illiterate persons

(i) Village head men

Q8. Where was ring well found?

(i) Kolkata
(ii) Mumbai
(iii) Delhi
(iv) Chandigarh

(iii) Delhi

Q9. Canals, wells, tanks and artificial lakes specially contribute in:

(i) Building houses
(ii) Irrigation
(iii) Animal bath
(iv) Rearing of animals

(ii) Irrigation

Q10. In Arikamedu found pottery from which region

(i) Plain region
(ii) Plateau region
(iii) Arid Region
(iv) Mediterranean region

(iv) Mediterranean region

Q11. What was the only resource of poor man in the story clever poor man?

(i) Dead rats
(ii) Dead dogs
(iii) Dead goats
(iv) None of these

(i) Dead rats

Q12. In Arikamedu found pottery from which region

(i) Plain region
(ii) Plateau region
(iii) Arid Region
(iv) Mediterranean region

(iv) Mediterranean region

Q13. Who described all the ports he visited?

(i) Megasthenes
(ii) An Italian sailor
(iii) An unknown Greek sailor
(iv) None

(iii) An unknown Greek sailor

Q14. Arasar were the

(i) Farmer of the south India
(ii) Ruling class in south India
(iii) King of the south India
(iv) Craftsmen of the South India

(ii) Ruling class in south India

Q15. Where was salt produced plentifully along?

(i) Sea
(ii) River
(iii) Lakes
(iv) wells

(i) Sea

Q16. Where is Arikamedu at present

(i) Tamil Nadu
(ii) Mumbai
(iii) Pondicherry
(iv) Kerala

(iii) Pondicherry

Q17. Some of the largest collections of iron tools and weapons were found in the

(i) Sanchi stupas
(ii) Mehrgarh
(iii) Megalithic burials
(iv) Ring wells

(iii) Megalithic burials

Q18. Mathura became the second capital of _

(i) Mauryas
(ii) Kushanas
(iii) Pallavas
(iv) Guptas

(ii) Kushanas

Q19. Why was Mathura famous for?

(i) Religious centre
(ii) Forested area
(iii) Port
(iv) All of these

(i) Religious centre

Q20. The design of earliest coins were:

(i) Punched to the metal
(ii) Engraved on the metal None.
(iii) Colouring on the metal
(iv) None

(i) Punched to the metal

Q21. An assembly of gathering of literacy persons

(i) Satembly
(ii) Satyam
(iii) Sangam
(iv) Sagar

(iii) Sangam

Q22. Archaeologists have found rows of pots, or ceramic rings arranged one on top of the other. These are known as

(i) Canals wells
(ii) Tank wells
(iii) Tube wells
(iv) Ring wells

(iv) Ring wells

Q23. In the tamil region the region the largest land owner was known as

(i) Uzhavar
(ii) Vellalar
(iii) Gramabhojaka
(iv) Grihapati

(ii) Vellalar

Q24. Mathura became the second capital of _

(i) Mauryas
(ii) Kushanas
(iii) Pallavas
(iv) Guptas

(ii) Kushanas

Q25. An assembly of gathering of literacy persons

(i) Satembly
(ii) Satyam
(iii) Sangam
(iv) Sagar

(iii) Sangam

Q26. Where was salt produced in greater quantities?

(i) Rivers
(ii) Ponds
(iii) Seas
(iv) Lakes

(iii) Seas

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