Peasants, Zamindars and the State Agrarian Society and the Mughal Empire

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Which of the following statements regarding the roles played by women in agrarian society is incorrect?

Women sowed, weeded, threshed, and winnowed the harvest. Women worked shoulder to shoulder with men in fields. During some days of the month women were not allowed to touch the plough. Women took the produce to the overseas markets for trade.

Which of the following crops was introduced into India via Africa and Spain?

Chillies Maize Papaya Tomatoes

Who was the author of Ain-i-Akbari?

Akbar Abul Fazl Ibn Batuta Abdur Razzaq

Which of the following were the duties performed by state officials in the 16th century?

Collection of land revenue Measuring the land Keeping the records All the above

Which of the following crops were considered as jins-i-Kamil?

Cotton and sugarcane Maize and sugarcane Rice and wheat Chillies and potatoes

_______ was the court historian of Akbar.

Al-Biruni Abul Fazl Bernier Ibn-Battuta

Ahom kings belonged to _______

Madhya Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Orissa Assam

There are _______ daftars (parts) of Ain.

Three Four Five Six

Ottoman empire belonged to __________

China Iran Turkey Iraq

Identify which of the metal was used more often to make coins during the Mughal Empire?

Gold Silver Tin Copper

During the Mughal Empire, how did the Panchayats use the funds available to it?

It was used to entertain revenue officials. It was used to pay salary to muqaddam and chowkidar. It was used to meet expenses for the community welfare. All of these.

During the Mughal Empire, what was Jins-i-Kamil?

Half crop Perfect crop Rabi crop Kharif crop

Identify which of the following statement is correct about Ain-i-Akbari?

Manzil-Abadi is related to the royal household. Sipah-Abadi is related to civil and military administration. Mulk-Abadi gives information about the fiscal aspect of the state. All of these.

Who Wrote ‘Kitab-ul-Hind’?

Callin Mcenzie Al-Biruni Abdul Samad Lahori lbn-Battuta

______ was an important Jins-i-Kamil of Central India.



Oil Seeds

All of these

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Title: Peasants, Zamindars and the State Agrarian Society and the Mughal Empire
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