CBSE Class 7 History Devotional Path To The Divine Worksheet

CBSE Class 7 History Worksheet (5) - Devotional Path to the Divine - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 





Class VII

Subject: History

CH-8 ‘Devotional Path to the Divine

Q1 Answer the following questions :-

  I. Who were Sufis ? What were their majo beliefs and practices ?

  II. Who were the Nayanars and Alvars ? Write in brief about them.

  III. Who were the following? What were their main techings?

     a) Ramanuja

     b) Shankara

     c) Kabir

     d) Baba Guru Nanak Dev

  IV. Who were the saints of Maharashtra? What did they preach ?

  V. What did Islam propogate?

  VI. Define the following

  a. Gurudwara

  b. Bhakti

  c. Hospices

Q2 Name the following

  i) Two castes that were considered untouchables

  ii) Earliest example of Tamil literature.

  iii) Two Sufi saints

  iv) The places which became a place of pilgrimage

  v) Vast collection of Kabir’s veses

  vi) The successor of Guru Nanak Dev

  vii) Holy scripture of the Sikhs

  viii) The main castes which were followers of Guru Nanak Dev

  ix) Harmandar Sahib is also known as

  x) The institution of the Khalsa is associated with

  xi) The holy law developed by the Islam Scholars

  xii) The Guru who compiled the compositions of Baba Guru Nanak Dev.


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