CBSE Class 7 History The Making Of Regional Cultures Worksheet

CBSE Class 7 History Worksheet (6) - The making of regional cultures - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 

Bal Bharati Public School

GRH Marg

Summative Assesment-2

Assignment No.- 6

Class VII

Subject: History

CH9 ‘The making of regional cultures’

Q1) Explain the following terms in a line or two.

  a) Lilatilakam

  b) Miniature

  c) Sati

  d) Raputana

  e) Gharana

Q2 Fill in the blanks:

  i) When the Mughal empire declined, many painters moved out to courts of the new _____________.

  ii) The earliest miniatures were written on __________________.

  iii) The Mughal emperors Akbar, ________ and _____________ patronized highly skilled painters.

  iv) Anantavarman was one of the most important rulers of the _______________in the 12th century.

  v) Kathak developed in the courts of ___________ and ______________.

  vi) Kathak grew into major art form under the patronage of last Nawab of Awadh ___________.

  vii) ______________ was the language introduced by the rulers of Chera kingdom.

  viii) King Anangabhima dedicated his kingdom to _____________ and proclaimed himself as ______________.

Q3) Answer the following questions:-

  a) Give an account of development of Kathak as a popular classical dance..

  b) What are miniature paintings? How did they develop under the Mughal patronage?

  c) Mention all the six dance forms that are recognized as classical .

  d) When was the Kangra school of paintings introduced. What were its features?

  e) Why did conquerors try to control the temple of Jagannatha at Puri ?

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