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Ch – 6 Towns, Traders & Craftspersons

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Q.1: _____________ was the capital of Cholas.

a) Thanjavur

b) Madurai

c) Hampi

Q.2: ___________________ was the architect of Rajarajeshvara Temple.

a) Kunjaramallan Rajaraja Perunthachchan

b) King Rajaraja Chola

c) Rajendra Chola

Q.3: __________ is an alloy containing copper and tin.

a) Bronze

b) Steel

c) Bauxite

Q.4: Chola bronze statue were made using the “____________” technique.

a) lost wax

b) Painted

c) None

Q.5: ____________ was the capital of the Chauhan kings in the twelfth century and later became the suba headquarters under the Mughals.

a) Ajmer

b) Jodhpur

c) Jaisalmer

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Q.6: “Hatta” means ______________.

a) market streets

b) fashion street

c) local street

Q.7: ____________ formed guilds to protect their interests.

a) Traders

b) Artisans

c) Kings

Q.8: Manigramam and Nanadesi were the most famous guilds of South India, that traded with _________________.

a) Southeast Asia and China

b) China and Africa

c) Europe and Southwest Asia

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