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In the past, some of the Rajas were probably chosen by the people known as _______.
Around 3000 years ago, some men became ______ by performing very big sacrifices.
The ritual to sacrifice a horse was called _______.
The special seat of a raja was either a throne or _____ skin.
The person who accompanied the Raja in the battlefield and chanted tales of his glory was called ______.
Who performed the rituals and also sprinkled the sacred water on the king?
The ordinary people were called _____.
Who was excluded from the rituals by the priests?
The priests divided people into four groups known as ______.
Which varna taught Vedas, performed rituals, and received gifts?
The second varna were the rulers known as ______ who fought battles and protected the people.
The third varna included the farmers, herders, and traders who were known as ________.
The fourth and last varna included the hunters, gatherers or the people who helped in the burial were called _______.
Which varna was classified as untouchables?
The land where the Jana set its foot and settled down was called _______.
Among some of the janapadas, Hastinapur is situated near ______ in Uttar Pradesh.
Another janapada called Atranjikhera is situated near ______ which is also in Uttar Pradesh.
Where can we locate the Purana Quila?
The special type of pottery found at the janapadas is called ______.
The important janapadas were called ________.
The capitals of most mahajanapadas were surrounded by huge walls of woods, bricks, or stones, which means that they were ________.
Kaushambi was situated near the present-day _________.
The mahajanapadas came into existence about _______ years ago.
The new Rajas began to maintain _______ to protect their territories from the enemies.
The ________ were paid regular salaries and maintained by the king throughout the year.
The rulers of the mahajanapadas collected _______ from the people to build huge forts and maintain the big armies.
The tax paid by the farmers was called ______.
The herders paid taxes in the form of animals and animal ______.
The _______ paid taxes on the goods they bought and sold.
The hunters and gatherers provided ______ as tax to the Rajas.
The craftspersons paid their taxes in the form of _______.
The heavy and clayey soil was turned over better by the use of ______ plowshares.
The landless agricultural labourers who worked for the Rajas to produce more crops in the field were called ________.
Which of these kingdoms became a mahajanapada in about 200 years?
The rivers _____ and _____ flowed through Magadha.
The rivers flowing through Magadha made the land______.
The two powerful rulers of Magadha were _____ and _____.
Which ruler of Magadha extended his control up to the north-west part of the subcontinent?
The present-day ______ in Bihar was the capital of Magadha for several years.
Later the capital of Magadha was shifted to Pataliputra, the present-day _______.
Which ruler lived in Macedonia in Europe?
Alexander began his lust to conquer the world about _____ years ago.
Alexander came to the Indian subcontinent and reached up to the banks of the river ________.
Which kingdom was under the Gana or Sangha form of government?
The capital of the Vajji kingdom was at ______ in Bihar.
In which form of government there were many rulers who ruled together?
Both the Buddha and Mahavira belonged to the Ganas and _____.
A group having many members is called ________.
An organisation or association is called _______.
The Digha Nikaya is a famous _____ book.
King Ajatasattu wanted to attack the _____ kingdom.
Who was the minister of the king Ajatasattu?
The local shrines of the Vajji kingdom were known as ______.
About 1500 years ago the last of the Ganas or Sanghas were conquered by the _______ rulers.
About 2500 years ago the people of _______ set up a new form of government called Democracy.
The democratic government of Athens lasted for about _____ years.