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History of India


1. Which of the following was the principal means of earning a living by the Early Aryans ?


2. Which of the following statements is incorrect about the religion of Indus Valley people ?


3. Which of the following rivers is not mentioned in the Rig Veda


4. Which of the following statements is incorrect about the economic life of the Vedic Aryans ?


5. Which of the following statements is true about the seals discovered in the ruins of the Indus Valley Civilisation ?



6. Which of the following statements is doubtful about the Dravidians ?


7. Which of the following was the amusement of Indus Valley people ?


8. Which of the following plied their trade in Indus Valley Civilisation ?


9. Which of the following was the cause of decline of Indus Valley Civilisation ?


10. Which of the following sites is connected with the Indus Valley Civillisation ?


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