Class 7 GSEB Chapter 4 Medieval Architecture, Cities, Merchants and Craftsmen

Class 7 GSEB Chapter 4 Medieval Architecture, Cities, Merchants and Craftsmen.

 

Class 7 GSEB Chapter 4 Medieval Architecture, Cities, Merchants and Craftsmen | GSEB Class 7 Social Science Solutions | and extra que and ans

Find the correct option from the following options

 

During the Delhi sultanate the …. style of a mosque, mausoleum[tomb], and Rojas was predominant.

  • Islam
  • Nagar
  • Sultanate
  • Arab

 

Agra: …………..Bagh, Kashmir: …………. Bagh

  • Lal
  • Nishant
  • Aaram
  • Shalimar

Aarambagh and nishantbagh

 

Mumbai ……………. , Tanjore …………..

  • Rajrajeshwaer temple
  • Elephant caves
  • Chariot temple
  • Golden temple

 

Elephant Caves and Rajrajeshwaer Temple

 

Architecture which has achieved the status of world heritage site.

  • Adi-kadi vav
  • Rani ki vav
  • Kankaria lake
  • Rudadevi’s vav

 

Architectural piece carved with special ………. type of lattice work in windows.

  • Sidi syed’s lattice[jail]
  • Jama masjid
  • Dabhoii’s fort
  • Masjid of Dholka

 

Answer the following questions briefly:

 

What is architecture?

Architecture also known as shilpshastra basically construction. Architecture is the construction of houses, towns, wells, forts, minarets, tombs etc.

 

Which painting styles of Rajasthan were famous?

Mewas, Jaipur, marwad and kota styles are famous Rajasthan painting styles.

 

In which sense Hampi may be considered as the center of trade and commerce?

Foreign travelers who came to Hampi have briefed about Hampi unique craft industries. Good including cotton cloth, silk cloth and spices were sent from vijaynagar to Europe. Three types of gold coins have also found in Hampi this indicates that Hampi was a major center of trade and commerce.

 

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