MCQ Questions for Class 6 History: Ch 10 Traders, Kings and Pilgrims

MCQ Questions for Class 6 History: Ch 10 Traders, Kings and Pilgrims

1. Which is called Black Gold in Roman
(a) Black Pepper
(b) Black Silk
(c) Black Stone
(d) Black Coal
► (a) Black Pepper

2. Territories set up by an emperor outside his territories known as
(a) Fort
(b) Captured territories
(c) Colonies
(d) Captures areas
► (c) Colonies

3. Wearing ____ became the fashion amongst rulers and rich people in Rome
(a) Silk
(b) Jute
(c) Cotton
(d) Woollen
► (a) Silk

4. Which of the following pilgrims did not come to sub-continent to visit places associated with the life of the Buddha
(a) I-quing
(b) Xuan Zang
(c) Fa Xian
(d) Yen-Qean
► (d) Yen-Qean

5. _________ is the sacred book of the Hindus. It is a part of the great epic, Mahabharata.
(a) Ramayana
(b) Geeta
(c) Vedas
(d) Bible
► (b) Geeta

6. Madurai was the capital of
(a) Cheras
(b) Cholas
(c) Chora
(d) Pandyas
► (d) Pandyas

7. Bhagavad Gita, a sacred book of the
(a) Sikhs
(b) Muslims
(c) Hindus
(d) Jains
► (c) Hindus

8. Across the ________, where sailors took advantage of the monsoon winds to cross the seas more quickly
(a) Suez Canal and the Panama Nahar
(b) Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal
(c) Suez Canal and the Bay of Bengal
(d) Arabian Sea and the Suez Canal
► (b) Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal

9. Bhakti comes from the Sanskrit term bhaj meaning
(a) to pray
(b) to borrow
(c) to divide or share
(d) to see
► (c) to divide or share

10. Gautami putra Satakarni was the most important ruler of the
(a) Pandyas
(b) Satvahanas
(c) Kushanas
(d) Chola
► (b) Satvahanas

11. Single minded devotion to one god
(a) Prarthana
(b) Bhajan
(c) Bhakti
(d) Pray
► (c) Bhakti

12. Which Buddhist term refers to a person who has attained enlightenment
(a) Parinamana
(b) Bodhista
(c) Bodhisattavas
(d) Mahayana Buddhism
► (c) Bodhisattavas

13. South India was famous for gold and spices especially __________ and _____________.
(a) Pepper and Cardamom
(b) Rice and Cardamom
(c) Millets and precious stones
(d) Pepper and precious stones
► (d) Pepper and precious stones

14. Bhakti comes from the
(a) Urdu term
(b) Sanskrit term
(c) English term
(d) Pali term
► (b) Sanskrit term

15. Where is Sanchi is at present
(a) Bihar
(b) Madhya Pradesh
(c) Uttar Pradesh
(d) Himanchal Pradesh
► (b) Madhya Pradesh

16. The trade route between China and Western Asia ran through Central Asia
(a) Silk route
(b) Woollen route
(c) Jute route
(d) Cotton route
► (a) Silk route

17. The best-known of the rulers who controlled the Silk Route were the
(a) Mughals
(b) Satvahanas
(c) Mauryas
(d) Kushanas
► (d) Kushanas

18. Which of the following is the most fertile river valley
(a) Sindhu river valley
(b) Krishna river valley
(c) Kaveri river valley
(d) Godavari river valley
► (c) Kaveri river valley

19. It contains the advice of Lord Krishna to Arjun to abandon all dharmas and surrender to God. Only God can set him free from every evil
(a) Ramayana
(b) Quran
(c) Bible
(d) Bhagavad Geeta
► (d) Bhagavad Geeta

20. Two Buddhist sects are
(a) Sahayanas and Hinayanas
(b) Mahayanas and Hinayanas
(c) Mahayanas and Dinayanas
(d) Sahayanas and Dinayanas
► (b) Mahayanas and Hinayanas
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