The Full Wiki

More info on History of agriculture in India

History of agriculture in India: Quiz

Advertisements
  
  
  

Did you know ...


More interesting facts on History of agriculture in India

Include this on your site/blog:
Question 1: Few Indian commercial crops—such as Cotton, indigo, opium, and rice—made it to the global market under the ________ in In India.
North BorneoBengal PresidencyBritish EmpireBritish Raj

Question 2: [7] Trees were also domesticated, worshiped, and venerated—Pipal and ________ in particular.
Ficus microcarpaBanyanFicus aureaFicus

Question 3: [3][4] Double ________ led to two harvests being reaped in one year.
RainAsiaSouth AsiaMonsoon

Question 4: [7] Barley and wheat cultivation—along with the domestication of cattle, primarily sheep and goat—was visible in ________ by 8000-6000 BCE.
6th millennium BCNeolithic5th millennium BCMehrgarh

Question 5: [2] This period also saw the first domestication of the ________.
LionElephantAsian ElephantHippopotamus

Question 6: [28] ________, coconut, palm, areca and plantain trees were also known.
SanskritIndiaSouth AsiaJackfruit

Question 7: [18] Sugarcane was originally from tropical ________ and Southeast Asia.
Brāhmī scriptSouth AsiaIndiaPunjabi language

Question 8: [27] Other Mauryan facilitation included construction and maintenance of ________, and provision of horse-drawn chariots—quicker than traditional bullock carts.
Water turbineDamHydropowerHydroelectricity

Question 9: [7] Domestication of sheep and ________ soon followed.
CattleMilkGoatDomestic sheep

Question 10: [53] India is also the third largest producer of tobacco and rice, the fourth largest producer of coarse grains, the fifth largest producer of eggs, and the seventh largest producer of ________.
BreadHorse meatMedieval cuisineMeat







Advertisements









Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message