i. Millets have been found at Hallur.
ii. People in Burzahom lived in pit houses.
iii. Chirand is a site in Bihar.
iv. Milk and meat comes from animals that are reared.
v. Mehrgarh is one of the earliest villages.
i. Jadeite, found in Daojali Hading, may have been brought from China. True
ii. Young women are respected for their wisdom and experience. False
iii. Mehrgarh site is in Pakistan. True
iv. Bolan Pass is one of the most important routes into India. False
v. Gufkral site is in Kashmir. True
Ans. Paiyampalli and Hallur
Ans. Hallur and Paiyampalli
Ans. Gufkral and Burzahom
Ans. Grain had to be stored for both food and seed.
Ans. Jadeite is a stone that may have been brought from China.
Ans. Fossil wood refers to ancient wood that has hardened into stone.
Ans. Mortars and pestles are used for grinding grain.
Ans. The first animal to be tamed was the wild ancestor of the dog.
Ans. Some of the earliest plants to be domesticated were wheat and barley.
Ans. The earliest domesticated animals include sheep and goat.
Ans. Many of these farmers and herders live in groups called tribes.
Ans. Beginnings of domestication took place about 12,000 years ago.
Ans. Beginning of settlement at Mehrgarh took place about 8000 years ago.
Ans. Grain was used by early people as seed, as food, as gifts and stored as food.
Ans. The dead person was buried with goats, which were probably meant to serve as food in the next world.
Ans. They began making large clay pots, or wove baskets, or dug pits into the ground to store grains.
Ans. One of the distinctive features of a village is that most people who live there are engaged in food production.
Ans. This is a site on the hills near the Brahmaputra Valley, close to routes leading into China and Myanmar.
Ans. It is the name given to the process in which people grow plants and look after animals.
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