Tuesday, 22 December 2020

10. The Medieval India


10. The Medieval India



I. Answer these questions

1. What were the terms used for the Indian subcontinent in the history of India?

2. In how many parts Indian history is divided by the historians?

3. How many types are sources of Indian history?

4. How are the accounts of foreign travellers an important sources of history?

5. Ibn---- Battuta was a traveller.

II. Fill in the blanks:

1. Indian subcontinent was known as--- or--- in the past.

2. The---- century is considered as a century of change.

3. The Chinese used the term---- for India.

4. Monuments, inscriptions and coins---- are sources while autobiographies and biographies are---- sources.

 III. Write True or False for each statement


 1. The medieval period was divided into two parts-Early medieval period and later medieval period.


2. Many social customs and traditions were not come in existence.



3. During the medieval period many special reforms performed for the development of trade and commerce.



4. During the medieval period there was not a lot of interaction between Hindus and Muslims.


1. Show the extent of Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, India and Bangladesh countries on the outline map of Indian Subcontinent.

2. Paste the pictures of four main monuments of medieval India in your note book.