TN 6th Social Science Assignment Answer key 2021 , TNSCERT kalvi tv Assignment

TN 6th Social Science Assignment Answer key 2021 , TNSCERT kalvi tv Assignment 

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TN 6th  Social Science Assignment  Question paper ,answer key


Class: 7 Subject: Social Science


Unit 1


I. One Mark Questions :

 1. The Primary Sources of evidence that help to reconstruct the past are

 a. Inscriptions, Monuments and coins

 b. Literary works

c. Travelogues 

d. Auto biographies

 2. Tiruvalangadu plates talks about whom?

 a. Raja raja Chola 

b. Rajendra Chola I

 c. Kulothunga Chola 

d. Sundaram Chola

 3. During Chola period, Lands belonging to non Brahmins are called _________.

 a. Vellan again 

b. Brahmadeya

 c. Shalabhoga 

d. Devadana

 4. Among the following which one provides the details of Chola's village


 a. Uttiramerur Inscriptions 

b. Tiruvalangadu plates

 c. Anbil plates 

d. Copper plates

 5. Who introduced arches, domes and minarets in India?

 a. Cholas 

b. Pandiyas

 c. Delhi Sultans 

d. Mughal

 6. ________ had stamped the figure of Goddess Lakshmi on his gold coins and had

his name inscribed on it.

a.Muhammad Ghori 

b. Ala-ud-din-khilji

c. ltutmish 

d. Mohammad-bin-Tughluq

 7. __________ was known as the period of devotional literature.

 a. Chera Period 

b. Chola Period

 c. Pandya Period 

d. Sultan Period

 8. ________ was considered as the first official history of the Delhi Sultanate.

 a. Taj-ul-Ma'asir 

b. Tabakat- i- Nasiri

 c. Tarikh -Firoz Shahi 

d. Tarikh-i-Frishta

9. Tarikh is an _________ word meaning ‘History’.

 a. Greek 

b. Latin 

c. Arabic 

d. French

10. Who gives the most accurate account of Gajini Mohmud’s somnath Invasion.

 a. Ibn Battuta 

b. Nicoloconti 

c. Marco Pola 

d. Alberuni


II. Short Answer. :

 11. What are Sources? Name the classification of Sources.

  • Sources are the supporting materials, documents, or records in the form of evidence that help reconstruct the past.
  • Sources are classified as Primary Sources and Secondary Sources.
  • Primary sources: Inscriptions monuments and coins are primary sources.
  • Secondary Sources: Literacy sources chronicles, travelogues, biographies, and autobiographies.

 12. Write short note on ‘Inscriptions’.

  • Inscriptions are writings engraved on rocks, stones, temple walls, and metals.

13. Name any four Monuments and location to help you understand Medieval Indian


  • Important Mosques: Quwwat – ul Islam Masjid, Moth-ki Masjid, Fatehpur Sikri Dargah, and Charminar.
  • Important Forts: Agra Fort, Chittor Fort, Gwalior Fort and Delhi, Red Fort, Forts of Dauladabad, and Firozshah Kotla.

 14. List out the religious literature of Medieval Indian history.

  • Chola period was known as the period of elevational literature.
  • There was a devotional movement in South India was held

 15. What do you know from the travelogue of the Moroccan Scholar Ibn Battuta?

  • The traveller visiter during the Pandya Kingdom was Ibn Battuta


III. Write in details:

 16. Describe the different types of coins introduced by the rulers of Delhi Sultanate.

  1. The picture and the legend on the coins convey the names of kings with their titles and portraits, events, places, dates, dynasties, and logos.
  2. The composition of metals in the coins gives us information on the economic condition of the empire.
  3. Mention of the king’s achievements like military conquests, territorial expansion, trade links, and religious faith can also be found in the coins.
  4. Muhammad Ghori had stamped the figure of Goddess Lakshmi on his gold coins and had his name inscribed on it.
  5. This coin tells us that this early Turkish invader was in all likelihood liberal in religious outlook. Copper Jitals are available for the study of the period of the Delhi Sultans.
  6. Silver Tanka introduced by Iltutmish, Ala-ud-din Khalji’s gold coins, Muhammad-bin- Tughluq’s copper token currency is indicative of coinage as well as the economic prosperity or otherwise of the country of the time. A jital contained 3.6 grains of silver. Forty-eight jitals were equal to 1 silver tanka.



1. Find out who I am ?

i) I am the traveller from Venice .

  • Marcopolo

ii) I Visited the backwaters of Thoothukudi district twice.

iii) I noted that thousands of horses were imported from Persia and Arabia

  • Marco Polo, a Venetian traveller, visited the Pandya Kingdom

iv) I came to Tamil Nadu in the thirteenth century to the Pandya Empire

  • Buddhist or Jaina

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