MCQ Questions for Class 7 History: Ch 9 The Making of Regional Cultures

MCQ Questions for Class 7 History: Ch 9 The Making of Regional Cultures

1. The temple theatre of Kerala built by Chera borrowed stories from the
(a) Roman Epics
(b) Hindi Epics
(c) Tamil Epics
(d) Sanskrit epics
► (d) Sanskrit epics

2. Attribution of living soul to plants, inanimate objects, and natural phenomena
(a) Animism
(b) Anemesm
(c) Anemism
(d) Amimesim
► (a) Animism

3. ______ is a popular regional deity, often worshipped in the form of a stone or a piece of wood
(a) Chaitanyadeva
(b) Gopichandra
(c) Dharma Thakur
(d) Maynamati
► (c) Dharma Thakur

4. By the early nineteenth century, in Rumania school textbooks began to be written in _____ rather than in ____
(a) Latin, Rumanian
(b) Rumanian, Latin
(c) Rumanian, Greek
(d) Greek, Rumanian
► (c) Rumanian, Greek

5. Bengal also witnessed a temple-building spree from the late ____ century, which culminated in the _____ century
(a) 15th, 19th
(b) 14th, 17th
(c) 16th, 17th
(d) 16th, 19th 
► (a) 15th, 19th

6. Jagannatha temple is in
(a) Kerala
(b) Maharashtra
(c) Odisha
(d) Karnataka
► (c) Odisha

7. Kathak, now associated with several parts of
(a) North India
(b) West India
(c) East India
(d) South India
► (a) North India

8. Which state was called Rajputana by the British
(a) Madhya Pradesh
(b) Rajasthan
(c) Punjab
(d) Gujarat
► (b) Rajasthan

9. In 1230, Who dedicated his kingdom to the deity and proclaimed himself as the ?deputy? of the god
(a) king Anangabhima IV
(b) king Anangabhima III
(c) king Anangabhima II
(d) king Anangabhima I
► (b) king Anangabhima III

10. Xuan Zang was a
(a) Chinese travellers
(b) English travellers
(c) Afghani travellers
(d) Japanese travellers
► (a) Chinese travellers

11. Miniatures are
(a) Large-sized paintings
(b) Small-sized paintings
(c) Medium-sized paintings
(d) Horizontal paintings
► (b) Small-sized paintings

12. The Mughal emperors ________ patronised highly skilled painters who primarily illustrated manuscripts containing historical accounts and poetry
(a) Akbar, Jahangir and Shah Jahan
(b) Akbar, Jahangir and Aurangzeb
(c) Babar, Jahangir and Aurangzeb
(d) Babar, Jahangir and Shah Jahan
► (a) Akbar, Jahangir and Shah Jahan

13. Lilatilakam deals with
(a) Drama and poetics
(b) Drama only
(c) Poetics only
(d) Grammar and poetics
► (d) Grammar and poetics

14. Bengali is derived from
(a) English
(b) Awadhi
(c) Hindi
(d) Sanskrit
► (d) Sanskrit

15. Lilatilakam, was composed in
(a) Mannnipravalam
(b) Manipravalam
(c) Manipurvalam
(d) Manipravolam
► (b) Manipravalam

16. In Bengal Officials and functionaries received land and often set up ___ that served as centres for religious transformation in these areas.
(a) Buildings
(b) Fort
(c) Temple
(d) Mosques
► (d) Mosques

17. Kathak was developed in two traditions or gharanas:
(a) In the courts of Rajasthan and the other in Lucknow
(b) In the courts of Rajasthan and the other in Kerala
(c) In the courts of Kerala and the other in Lucknow
(d) In the courts of Gujarat and the other in Orissa
► (a) In the courts of Rajasthan and the other in Lucknow

18. The earliest miniatures were on
(a) Palm leaves or wood
(b) Glass
(c) Plastic
(d) Paper
► (a) Palm leaves or wood
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