CBSE Class 7 History Towns Traders And Craft Persons Worksheet

CBSE Class 7 History Worksheet (3) - Towns, Traders and Craft persons - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 

Bal Bharati Public School GRH Marg

Summative Assessment 1

Assignment no.3

Class VII

Subject: History

CH-6 ‘Towns, Traders and Craft persons’

Q1Fill in the blanks : -

  a) Water was supplied to the city of Thanjavur through ________and __________.

  b) _______river flowed through Thanjavur.

  c) The weavers of Thanjavur produced ______________.

  d) The three types of medieval towns were _______,______ and ____.

  e) _______ and ________were the two famous guilds in South- India.

  f)____________was one of the most important festivals celebrated at Hampi.

  g) _________ was the most important port on Andhra Coast and _________ tried to control it.

  h) The _______, _________ and the ___________ formed East India companies to expand their commercial activites in the east.

  i) Hampi was te capital of the ________ empire.

  j) Ajmer is associated with the Sufi saint ___________.

Q2 Give short answers -

  a) Who was a Samanta and what did he do?

  b) Who lived in the ‘Black Towns’ in cities such as Madras?

  c) Why did English and Dutch decide to establish settlement in Masulipatnam?

  d) Why was Surat called the gateway to the Mecca?

Q4) Long answers: -

  a) Describe the architecture of Hampi?

  b) Describe the towns that emerged from large villages from 8th century onwards.

  c) Name a few temple towns. Why did towns grow around temples?

  d) Why did Surat decline towards the end of 17th century?

  e) Why did people from distant lands visit Surat?


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