Answer: The languages which i have heard in and around my state are-
Answer: Yes, Chariots were also important because they were the important mode of transport during those times. The modes of transportation mentioned in the verses were chariots and carts.
Answer: The rivers which are not mentioned in the Rigveda are Mahanadi, Narmada, Tapi, Periyar, Krishna are five rivers among the few rivers which are not mentioned in Rig Veda.
Answer: The rajas did not have capital cities, palaces or armies, nor did they collect taxes. Generally the sons did not automatically succeed fathers as rajas. The assemblies chose leaders who were often brave and skillful warriors.
Answer: The word ‘jana’ sounds familiar. It was used during Janapada age in ancient India to describe people or the community as whole. It is still used in Hindi and some other languages to denote ‘the common people’. The word ‘vish’ was also used in the same period but now it is not in common use.
Answer: The correct order is –
Answer: The Harappans did not know the use of Iron. Iron was not discovered by the Harappa people. Since it was a Bronze Age civilization, it had made many metallurgical advances in copper and bronze but not in Iron.
Answer: Yes, because he had a different type of burial from the rest of the people. He was found in a large, four legged clay jar in the courtyard of a five-roomed house (one of the largest houses at the site), in the centre of the settlement. This house also had a granary. The body was placed in a cross-legged position.
Answer: About 2000 years ago, there was a famous physician named Charaka who wrote a book on medicine known as the Charaka Samhita. There he states that the human body has 360 bones. This is a much larger number than the 200 bones that are recognised in modern anatomy Charaka arrived at this figure by counting the teeth, joints and cartilage.
Answer: Archaeologists have found seeds of wheat, barley, rice, pulses, millets, peas and sesame. Bones of a number of animals, many bearing cut marks that show they may have been used as food, have also been found. These include cattle, buffalo, goat, sheep, dog, horse, ass, pig, sambhar, spotted deer, blackbuck, antelope, hare, and mongoose, besides birds, crocodile, turtle, crab and fish. There is evidence that fruits such as her, amia, jamun, dates and a variety of berries were collected.
Answer: Rigvedic rajas generally included wise persons, brave citizens who were experienced and brave chosen by the society. They don't have land, army, collect taxes. They were not hereditary.
While later rajas during mahajanapad had land, army and they collect taxes from the people also. They also fought wars to conquer other kingdoms. Kings performed sacrifices and yagnas
Answer: In Inamgaon, the chief has died last night. I, along with my parents attended the funeral ceremony. Some of the villagers dug the burial pit and placed the dead body in it. Along with the dead body many items were placed in the burial pit. Food items made of wheat, barley, rice, pulses, millets, peas were placed. Food made of animals like cattle, buffalo, goat, sheep, ass, pig, sambhar, spotted deer, black buck, antelope, hare and mongoose, crab and fish. Fruits like ber, amia, jamun dates could be also placed.
|1)Sukta||a) Stone boulder|
|4)Dasa||d) Used in battles|
Answer: 1-c, 2-d, 3-b, 4-e, 5-a
Answer: The main difference between today’s books and rigvedic books are:
Answer: Archaeologists found that in some burials the skeletons found were buried with lots of pots, food and some with fewer pots. So they concluded that people were buried according to the status.
Answer: The raja was on the highest position while Dasa/Dasi was on the lowest position. Dasa was use as slaves for work, they were treated as the property of owners. Actually they were captured during wars and made slaves.
Answer: The five books on religion are
आओ बच्चों तुम्हें दिखाएँ
झाँकी हिंदुस्तान की|
इस मिट्टी से तिलक करो,
ये धरती है बलिदान की
We heard the poem and learned it by heart with the help of a teacher.
Answer: In the Rig-Veda, people were described in terms of the work they did and the language they spoke. In the table below fill the names of six people you know, three men and three women. For each of them, mention the work they do and the language they speak Would you like to add anything else to the description.
|1. Teacher in my school (female)||Teaching||English and Hindi||Sometimes they act the scene with the help of the children.|
|2. Doctors (Male)||Gives medical treatment||Generally Hindi sometimes English||Sometime gives a dose of injection.|
|3. Vegetables Sellers (Male)||Sells vegetables||Hindi||Gives extra chillies|
|4. Maid-Servant (Female)||Does Households work||Hindi||Very often takes leaves|
|5. Driver (Male)||Drive our car||Hindi||Drop us to schools|
|6. Salesgirl in the Shop (Female)||Display the goods in the shops and show them to customers||English and Hindi.||Tries to sell the goods as quickly as possible|