CBSE Class 7 History Worksheet (4) - Tribes, Nomads, Settled Communities

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Bal Bharati Public School GRH Marg

F.A 3

Assignment no.4

Class VII

Subject: History

Ch-7 ‘Tribes, Nomads, Settled Communities’

Q1) Define the terms:

  a) Clan

  b) Tanda

  c) Itinerant group

  d) Paik

Q2 Complete the following sentences

  a) The society was divided in the early medieval period in India according to_____________________.

  b) ______________ tribe was defeated by Raja Man Singh.

  c) ___________ was an important Gond kingdom according to Akbar Nama.

  d) The Mughals were interested in the land of Gonds because _______________.

  e) As tribal states became bigger and stronger they gave land grants to _______ and _________.

Q3) Give short answer

  a) How do we get information about the tribes?

  b) What is shifting cultivation? Who practiced it?

  c) Define ‘tribe’? Where did the large tribes live?

  d) Who were the Bhils?

  e) Who were the Nomadic Pastoralists? What kind of exchanges took place between nomadic pastoralists and the settled agriculturalists?

  f) Mention some special featues of tribal societies.

  g) Write in brief about Rani Durgawati.

  h) Name any four tribes and their area of influence.

Q4) Long answer questions:.

  a) Give an account on the administrative system of the Gond Kingdom

  b) Who were Ahoms? How did they build a large state?

  c) What changes took place in Varna based society?

  d) How was the administration of Ahom state organized?

  e) Write a short note on Banjaras.


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