CBSE Class 7 Geography Eighteenth Century Political Formations Worksheet

CBSE Class 7 Geography - Eighteenth-Century Poltical Formations

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His Eighteenth-Century Poltical Formations


1.Who were Kunbis?

(A) Revenue farmers (B) Nobles (C) Maratha peasant warriors (D) Mughal or Sikh


2.The entire body of Sikhs used to meet at Amritsar at the time of Baisakhi and Diwali to take

collective decisions known as "_________________ of the Guru"

(A) gyan bani (B) gurumatas (C) faisla (D) gyan

3.Which town(s) became important trading centres in the areas dominated by the Jats?

(A) Ballabhgarh (B) Surat (C) Kanpur (D) Poona

4.Who was the founder of Awadh after the decline of the Mughal empire?

5.Who was the founder of the state of Bengal?

6.When was Banda Bahadur executed?

7.Under whose rule did Poona become the capital of the Maratha kingdom?

8.Who was the famous leader ofthe Jats?

9.Who was a Naib?

(A) Commissioner (B) Deputyto the Governor ofthe province

(C) Principal (D) Teacher

10.What were the two taxes imposed by the Peshwas?

11.Who were ijaradars?

(A) Revenue farmers (B) Transporters (C) Traders (D) None of them

12.Under whose leadership did Khalsa rose in revolt against the Mughal authority?

(A) Guru Gobind Singh (B) Banda Bahadur (C) Guru Nanak (D) Guru Teg


13.How did the Marathas become a successful military organisation?

(A) By bypassing the fortified areas of the Mughals

(B) By raiding cities

(C) By engaging Mughal armies in areas where their supply lines and reinforcements could be

easily disturbed

(D) All of them

14.When did the third battle of Panipat take place?

(A) 1760 (B) 1761 (C) 1762 (D) 1763

15.Where is Bharatpur fort?

(A) Dig (B) Kutch (C) Surat (D) Meerut

16.Match the following from the codes given below:

Column A Column B

A. Governors (i) Turanis

B. Offices of Revenue (ii) Faujdari

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