Indo-Aryan migration: Quiz

Question 1: The ________ is by far the most archaic testimony of Vedic Sanskrit.
MahabharataRigvedaPurusha suktaVedas

Question 2: 2001) and the high frequency of R1a1 present in the indigenous Chenchu and Badaga tribal ________ of south India making the association with the Brahmin caste more vague.

Question 3: Both mainstream Urheimat solutions locate the Indo-European homeland in the vicinity of the ________.
Mediterranean SeaBlack SeaBaltic SeaAegean Sea

Question 4: This period is marked by a gradual and continual shift of the population to the east, first to the ________ with the Kurus and Panchalas, and further east with the Kosala and Videha.
Thar DesertIndo-Gangetic PlainIndus RiverSouth Asia

Question 5: Indo-Aryan derives from an earlier Proto-Indo-Iranian stage, usually identified with the Bronze Age Sintashta and ________ north of the Caspian Sea.
Andronovo cultureCatacomb cultureAbashevo cultureBactria–Margiana Archaeological Complex

Question 6: [41] In much later texts, Manu was said to be a king from ________.
IndiaTulu NaduSouth IndiaYakshagana

Question 7: The Andronovo, ________ and Yaz cultures have often been associated with Indo-Iranian migrations.
Bactria–Margiana Archaeological ComplexCatacomb cultureIndo-Aryan migrationAndronovo culture

Question 8: Gnoli's interpretation of geographic references in the Avesta situates the Airyanem Vaejah in the ________.
HimalayasDeccan PlateauHindu KushPanjshir Valley

Question 9: The list of kings in Kalhana's ________ goes back to the 31st century BC.
RajataranginiKashmirKushan EmpireKambojas

Question 10: The Puranas record that Yayati left ________ (confluence of Ganga & Yamuna) and conquered the region of Sapta Sindhu.

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