i. Prashastis were composed by learned Brahmanas. True
ii. Initially Cholas were subordinate to the Chalukyas of Karnataka. False
iii. Revenue was also collected from traders. True
iv. Prashastis contain details that may not be literally true. True
v. One prashasti found in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, describes the exploits of Nagabhata, a Pratihara king. True
vi. Rashtrakuta dynasty ruled the Kashmir and neighbouring areas of India. False
vii. Earlier the Chauhans were also known as Chahamanas. True
i. As samantas gained power and wealth, they declared themselves to be maha-samanta, mahamandaleshvara.
ii. The best-known Chahamana ruler was Prithviraja III, who defeated an Afghan ruler named Sultan Muhammad Ghori in 1191.
iii. Many of these new kings adopted high-sounding titles such as maharaja-adhiraja and tribhuvana-chakravartin.
iv. Prashastis were composed by learned Brahmanas.
v. Tang dynasty remained in power between the seventh and tenth century.
vi. The evidence of the land grants were found to be recorded on copper plate
Ans. Al-Biruni wrote Kitab-al-Hind.
Ans. Settlements of peasants were known as ur.
Ans. Groups of villages formed larger units called nadu.
Ans. Land gifted to Brahmanas was called brahmadeya.
Ans. Ellora caves was built Rashtrakuta period.
Ans. Araiyar means chief.
Ans. Gurjara- Pratihara Harichandra
Ans. Rajendra I
Ans. Rajendra I
Ans. Vetti is a type of tax taken not in cash but in the form of forced labour.
Ans. Associations of traders were known as nagarams.
Ans. It was composed by an author named Kalhana.
Ans. Delhi and Ajmer
Ans. An assembly of prominent Brahmana landholders who looked after brahmadeya was called sabha.
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