Q1. True/False

                            i.        The region that constitutes most of present-day Rajasthan was called Rajputana by the British. ______

                           ii.        The Brahmins of Bengal were not allowed to eat fish. _______

                          iii.        Jagannatha temple is located in Punjab. _______

                          iv.        Chaitanyadeva was the leader of the Vaishnava bhakti movement. _______


Q2. Fill in the blanks

                           i.        Bengal is a riverine plain which produces plenty of ______and______.

                          ii.        The Lilatilakam, dealing with grammar and poetics, was composed in ____________________.

                         iii.        __________ established the kingdom at Mahodayapuram.

                         iv.        ____ is a Persian word meaning a spiritual guide.

                         v.        Mangalakavyas literally means _____________ poems.

                        vi.        King ________________dedicated his kingdom to the deity and proclaimed himself as the ____________ of the god.


Q3. Who were the Naths?


Q4. Who was Anantavarman?


Q5. What was called Rajputana by the British?


Q6. What do you understand by the term kathak?


Q7. Who were the Kathaks?


Q8. What are miniatures?


Q9. What distinguished Kangra painting from other paintings?


Q10. Why do you think the second category of texts was not written down?


Q11. What does animism mean?


Q12. Who were the major patrons of Kathak?


Q13. What was the style of miniature that developed in Himachal Pradesh?


Q14. Who built Jagannath temple at Puri?


Q15. What do terracotta plaques on the walls of temples and viharas depict?


Q16. When was the Chera Kingdom established?


Q17. Whom did King Anangabhima III dedicate his kingdom to? What did he proclaim himself?


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