CBSE Class 7 Social Science History Worksheet

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THE INDIAN HEIGHTS SCHOOL

Revision Worksheet (SA I)

Class VII

History

Name: Date:9.9.14

Q1.Choose the correct optio

i. Both Alauddin Khalji and Muhammad Tughlaq raised a large standing army in order to check the

a) Mughal attack b) Mongol attack

c) Lodi attack d) None of the above

ii. Large stepped wells were known as

a) trabeate b) baolis

c) devadana d) none of these

iii. These are coloured precious, semiprecious stones placed in depressions carved into marble or sandstone which create beautiful ornate patterns.

a) trabeate structure b) arcuate structure

c) pietra dura d) none of the above

iv. Who built the Agra fort?

a) Shah Jahan b) Akbar

c) Aurangzeb d)Babur

v. When was the First Battle of Panipat fought?

a) 1526 b) 1528

c) 1532 d) 1527

vi. Tax on cultivation was known as

a) kharaj b) jagir

c) iqta d) none of the above

vii. Tall gateways are also known as

a) pishtaqs b) havelis

c) hasht bisht d) none of the above

Q2.Answer in one or two words

a) What are the elements of the Mughal Chahar bagh gardens?___________________________

b) Name any two central provinces under the control of the Mughals. __________________________

c) This is also known as the “Golden Temple.” __________________

d) In which year was the Taj Mahal completed? __________________

e) Who wrote “Ain –i-Akbari?”. _________________

f) Name two Mughal rulers who followed Akbar’s principle of governance _________________

g) Who constructed the Qutab Minar? _________________

h) Who was Jahangir’s wife? _________________

Q3.Answer the following questions

a) What were the relationships between the mansabdars and the jagirs?

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b) How important was the income from land revenue to the stability of the Mughal Empire?

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c) What were the two forms of architecture used by the Mughals. Explain.

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d) Write a note on Akbar’s religious policy.

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e) What was the role of the Zamindars in Mughal administration?

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f) What is meant by the ‘internal’ and ‘external’ frontiers of the Sultanate?

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