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Along the banks of which river did the people of early civilization resided for over a hundred and thousands of years?
The early people who lived along the banks of the river Narmada collected their own foods and so they were called ________.
Apart from collecting the food from the forests, the gatherers also _______ the animals.
The early people started to grow crops such as wheat and barley about _______ years ago.
Where did the early people start to grow crops such as wheat and barley?
The Sulaiman and Kirthara hills are located in the _______ part of our country.
Which of these hill ranges is situated in the northeast of India.
The Vindhyas hill range is located in _______ part of India.
Which part of the Vindhyas hill range is known for the cultivation of rice at first?
The smaller rivers flowing into the larger rivers are known as _____.
About 4700 years ago some of the earliest cities of India flourished along the banks of the river _________.
Some of the earliest cities developed along the banks of river Ganga and its tributaries about ________ years ago.
The area lying to the south of river Ganga was known as _____.
Magadha is currently situated in the state of _______.
The early age peoples travelled to different places in the search of livelihood to avoid ______.
Among the travellers searching for livelihood, the men marched in _______.
The merchants among the travellers used to carry their valuable goods in ships and ______.
As the early people travelled to different places so they enriched our _______ tradition.
Apart from the name India, our country is also known as ______.
The word ‘India’ comes from a Sanskrit word called _______.
The land to the east of the river Indus was named as ________.
The people residing in the northwest area of the river Indus were known as _________.
The books written a long time ago about our past are known as _______.
The word ‘Manu’ of manuscripts comes from the ______ language meaning hands.
The manuscripts describing our past were mostly written on ______ leaves.
We can find the manuscripts preserved in the temples and _______.
Most of the manuscripts were written in ________ language.
Apart from Sanskrit some of the manuscripts were written in ____ language which was used by ordinary people.
The writings of the early persons on hard surfaces such as stones or metals called are called ________.
The persons who study about the making and use of the past things are known as _________.
The process adopted by the archaeologists to find tools, weapons, ornaments, etc, under the ground is called _______.
The archaeologists tried to search about the ______ habits of the early people from the bones of the dead animals, birds, etc.
By which name do we call the scholars studying about the past?
The historians and the ______ behave as detectives by using the sources as clues to find out about our past.
What dos AD suffixed to the years stand for?
What does B.C.E stand for with respect to the dates?
The inscriptions from the past contain both scripts and _______.
Through which process does a scholar understands about the inscriptions?
Egypt, famous for the stories of decipherment is situated in _______.
An inscribed stone containing inscriptions in three different languages was found in _____ in Egypt.
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