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(i) Answer all the questions. Some questionts have internal choice. Marl<s are indicated against each question.
(ii) Answer to questions carrying 2 marlcs (Part - A, 1 to 3) should not exceed 30 words each.
(iii) Answer to questions carrying 5 marks (Part - B, Section - I to lV,'Question Nos. 4 - 11) should not exceed 100 words each. P based question.
(iv) Answer to questions carrying 10 marla (Pafi C, Questions 12 and 13) should not exceed 5A0 words each.
(v) Part D questions are based on three sources. (Internal Choice) (Part D, questions 14, 15' 16)
(v) Attach the map with the answer scripts (Part E questions 17.1 and 17.2 ).
1.How did Magadha become the most powerful mahajanpada between sixth to fourth century BCE ? Give two reasons.
2.Who were Alvars and Nayanars ? Mention the support they got from the Chola rulers.
3.How did changes occur in the building pattern of colonial cities after the revolt of 1857 ? Cite any two examples.
4.‘‘The drainage system in Harappan civilization indicates town planning.’’ Support the statement with examples.
5.Describe the factors that led to the growth of Puranic Hinduism in India during 6th century BCE.
6.Mention any two features of gotra as per the Brahminical practice. What evidences do we get from the Satavahanas inscriptions regarding the inheritance of gotra ? Explain.
7.‘‘Vijayanagara was characterized by a distinctive building style.’’ Support this statement with the sacred architectural examples of Vijayanagara.
8.How were the subsistence and commercial production closely intertwined in an average peasant’s holding during the Mughal period in 16th and 17th centuries ? Explain.
9.Critically examine the experience of the ryots on the refusal of moneylenders to extend loans to them after 1830.
10.‘‘The relationship of the sepoys with the superior white officers underwent a significant change in the years preceding the uprising of 1857.’’ Support the statement with examples.
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