CBSE Class 7 History The Mughal Empire Worksheet

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Class 7 Social Science Worksheet for The Mughal Empire

TOPIC – THE MUGHAL EMPIRE
CLASS- VII SUBJECT- HISTORY

 

ANSWER IN ONE WORDS :

Question. Who wrote Ain-i– Akbari?
Answer : Abul Fazl

Question. Relating to sages?
Answer : Mystic 

Question. Red Fort at Delhi constructed under which Mughal ruler?
Answer : Shah Jahan

Question. A region or the villages granted to an officer in the Mughal court in place of salary ?
Answer : Jagir

FILL IN THE BLANKS :

Question. Bairam Khan was the regent of………….
Answer : Akbar 

Question. The five Deccan sultanates were Berar , Khandesh , Ahmadnagar,………………. and Golconda .
Answer : Bijapur 

Question. Chittor was the capital of………..
Answer : Sisodiya Rajputs

Question. Mansabdars received their salaries revenue assignments called…………….
Answer : Jagir 

Question. Babur defeated Ibrahim Lodi at ………….
Answer : Panipat

TICK THE CORRECT Answer :

Question. Who was the first Mughal Emperor?
1] Humayun
2] Babar
3] Shahjahan
4] Jahangir
Answer : [ 2 ]

Question. What was known as the minister-in-charge of religious and charitable patronage?
1] Bakshl
2] Bigot
3] Sadr
4] Zamindar
Answer :  [ 1 ]

Question. Babur defeated whom to capture Delhi and Agra?
1] Humayun
2] Genghis Khan
3] Ibrahim Lodi
4] None of these
Answer : [ 3 ]

Question. In which year Humayun recaptured Delhi?
1] 1554
2] 1553
3] 1552
4] 1555
Answer : [ 4 ]

VERY SHORT QUESTION Answer :

Question. Who was Genghis Khan?
Answer : Genghis Khan was the ruler of the Mongol Tribes , China and Central Asia. He died in 1227.

Question. Name the Navratnas at the court of Akbar?
Answer : The navratnas of Akbar were, Raja Birbal , Miyan Tansen , Abul Fazal, Faizi , Raja Man Singh , Raja Todar Mal , Mullah Do Piaza , Fakir Aziao Din , Abdul Rahim Khan-i-Khana.

Question. Why did the Mughals emphasis their Timurid and not their Mongol Descent ?
Answer : Mughals did not like to be called Mughal or Mongol because of Geng his Khan. Also Uzbegs another Mongol tribes was a competitor of Mughals . Therefore Mughals liked to be associated with Timurid descent.

Question. Who defeated the Sultan of Delhi Ibrahim Lodi and where ?
Answer : Babur defeated and killed Ibrahim Lodi in the battle of Panipat In 1526 .

Question. How did Babur secure his position in India ?
Answer : Firstly he brought Punjab under his control . He marched Delhi and defeated Ibrahim Lodi in 1526 in the first battle of Panipat,and laid the foundation of Mughal Empire.

SHORT QUESTION ANSWERS:

Question. What were the main features of Sulh-i-kul ?
Answer : The ideas of Sulh-i-kul was introduced by Akbar, the great Sulh-i-kul meant universal peace. The was based on tolerance which did not discriminate between the people of different religions in Akbar’s realm. It focused on a system of ethics,honesty,peace and justice.

Question. What was the relationship between the mansabdars and the jagirs?
Answer : Mansabdars received their salaries as revenue assignments called Jagirs which were somewhat like Iqtas. The mansabdars did not reside in or administer their jagirs ,they only had the rights to the revenue of their assignments.

LONG QUESTION Answer :

Question. Write a short note on Akbar’s administrative policies ?
Answer : Akbar’s administrative policies were mentioned in Abul Fazl’s book the Akbarnama. Abul Fazl explained that the empire was divided into provinces known as Subas, governed by subadar.
The subadar carried out both political and military functions.
Each province had a financial officer or Diwan. He held religions discussions with the Ulama, Brahmanas, Jesuit priests who came to the conclusion that the idea of sulh-i-kul would work effectively. The maintenance of peace and order was supported by severa officers like military commanders , Bakhshl and huge armies etc. Akbar’s administrative policies were based on considerate ideas.

The Creation of an Empire- The Mughal Empire

Answer these questions:-

Q1. Why did Daulat Khan Lodhi and Rana Sanga invite Babar to attack on India?
Ans. Ibrahim Lodhi, the Sultan of Delhi Sultanate, ill-treated Daulat Khan Lodhi, the governor of Punjab. Therefore, Daulat Khan Lodhi and Rana Sanga invited Babar to attack India to end Ibrahim Lodhi’s rule.


Q2. What do you know about Babar’s conquests?

Ans. Babar defeated Ibrahim Lodhi in the first battle of Panipat in 1526. He defeated Rajput ruler Rana Sanga in the battle of Kanwah in 1527 A.D. He also defeated Afgans.


Q 3. What do you mean by Mansabdari System?

Ans. Mansabdar means ‘a rank’. According to Mansabdari System the posts, income and the position of a member of administration was fixed. There were total 33 categories of Mansabdars.


Q 4. Write about the conquests of Akbar?

Ans. Akbar defeated Hemu in the second battle of Panipat in 1556 and reoccupied Agra and Delhi. He annexed many Rajput states, Bihar- Bengal, Khandesh, Gujrat etc.


Q 5. What do you mean by the agrarian system of the Mughals?

Ans. land revenue was the main source of the Mughal Empire. Raja Todar Mal was the revenue minister of Akbar. Akbar measured and classified the whole land into four types:-

1. Polaj Land: - This was the most fertile land. Therefore, any crop could be sown.
2. Parauti land: - It was cultivated after 1-2 Years.
3. Chhachhar Land: - it was cultivated after 3-4 years.
4. Barren Land: - it was cultivated after 5 or more years.


Q 6. Illustrate how Akbarnama and Ain-i-Akbari are used to reconstruct History?

Ans. Akbarnama and Ain-i-Akbari are written by Abul Fazal. These give important information about Akbar’s court, his early conquests, administration, social, economic and religious policy.

 

Fill in the Blanks:-

1. Tuzuk-i-Babari is the autobiography of Babar.
2. The battle of Kanwah was fought between Babar and Rana Sanga.
3. Akbar defeated Hemu in the battle of Panipat in 1556 A.D.
4. Babar wrote Babarnama (Tuzuk-i-Babari).
5. Abul Fazal wrote Akbarnama.

 

Write True (√) or False (X) for each statement:

1. The Mughals came to India in 1525 A.D. (√)
2. Daulat Khan Lodhi and Rana Sanga invited Babar to invade India. (√)
3. Sher Shah Suri was a Mughal ruler. (X)
4. The Rajputs were very well treated during the reign of Aurangzeb. (X)
5. The Deccan policy of Aurangzeb strengthened the Mughal Empire. (X)

 

More Question

Q1) Name the following :-

a) T he first Mughal Emperor

b) The regent of Akbar

c) The name of book written by Abdul Fazl

d) The main source of income for the Mughal Empire

e) Akbar’s revenue minister

f) The historical building in Delhi which was the residence of Mughal Emperors.

g) The battlefield where Ibrahim Lodi was defeated by Babu.


Q 2) Fill in the blanks :

a) Aurangzeb insulted _______________.

b) Prince Salim was better known as ______________.

c) _________________ exercised great influence in Jahangi’s court.

d) Akbar becme the emperor of the Mughal empire at the age of _____________.

e) The Mughals were related to ____________ on their mother’s side and from their father’s side they were successors of __________.

f) ____________ and _________ followed Akbar’s policy of governance.

Q2) Define:-

a. Zabt

b. Ibadat Khana

c. Zat

d. Mansabdar

e. Din-i-Ilahi

f. Suba


Q 2) Give short answers

a) Why did the Mughals emphasise their Timurid and not their Mongol descent ?

b) Give an account of Akbar Nama and Ain-iAkbari.

c) What were the main features of Sulh-Kul ?

d) What were the responsibilities of the Mansabdar ?

  

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