EXPLAINED Q.1 How do archaeologists trace socio-economic differences in Harappan society? What are the differences that they notice?
EXPLAINED Q.2 Describe some of the distinctive features of Mohenjodaro.
EXPLAINED Q.3 Would you agree that the drainage system in Harappan cities indicates town planning? Give reasons for your answer.
EXPLAINED Q.4 List the raw materials required for craft production in the Harappan civilisation and discuss how these might have been obtained.
EXPLAINED Q.5 Describe the ways in which the novel in India attempted to create a sense of pan-Indian belonging..
EXPLAINED Q.6 Describe how the issue of caste was included in novels in India. By referring to any two novels, discuss the ways in which they tried to make readers think about existing social issues.
EXPLAINED Q.7 Discuss the functions that may have been performed by rulers in Harappan society.
EXPLAINED Q.8 Discuss the evidence of craft production in Early Historic cities. In what ways is this different fro the evidence from Harappan cities?
EXPLAINED Q.9 Discuss the main features of Mauryan administration. Which of these elements are evident in the Asokan inscriptions that you have studied?
EXPLAINED Q.10 This is a statement made by one of the best-known epigraphists of the twentieth century, D.C. Sircar: “There is no aspect of life, culture and activities of the Indians that is not reflected in inscriptions.” Discuss.
EXPLAINED Q.11 To what extent were agricultural practices transformed in the period under consideration?
EXPLAINED Q.12 Explain why patriliny may have been particularly important among elite families.
EXPLAINED Q.13 Discuss whether the Mahabharata could have been the work of a single author.
EXPLAINED Q.14 Discuss the evidence that suggests that Brahmanical prescriptions about kinship and marriage were not universally followed.
EXPLAINED Q.15 Discuss how and why stupas were built.
EXPLAINED Q.16 Discuss the development in sculpture and architecture associated with the rise of Vaishnavism and Shaivism.
EXPLAINED Q.17 Outline the changes in technology and society which led to an increase in readers of the novel in eighteenth-century Europe.
EXPLAINED Q.18 To what extent does government regulation and new laws solve problems of pollution? Discuss one example each of the success and failure of legislation to change the quality of
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(a) public life
(b) private life
EXPLAINED Q.19 Explain why nomadic tribes need to move from one place to another. What are the advantages to the environment of this continuous movement?
EXPLAINED Q.20 What were the social, economic and political conditions in Russia before 1905?
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EXPLAINED Q.1 Answer the following questions in 200 words :
i) What are the requisite conditions for the formation of tornadoes ?
ii) Explain how the Himalayan & Tibetan highlands play an important role in development of south-west monsoon ?
iii) Discuss the features of Gulf stream.
iv) What is inversion of temperature ? What are the conditions under which inversion of temperature takes place ?
v) The major fishing grounds of the world are located in areas where cool & warm currents converge. Discuss.
vi) Deforestation contributes to the accumulation of CO2 in the atmosphere in different ways What are these processes ? Explain
EXPLAINED Q.2 Answer the following in 200 words each :
1) Give an account of Oceanic mineral resources.
2) Discuss the utility & functioning of remote sensing technique
EXPLAINED Q.3Medieval period of Indian history witnessed an efflorescence in the literary, spiritual & artistic realms”. Discuss.(200 words)