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TLP HISTORY [DAY 38]

  • November 14, 2016
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TLP HISTORY [DAY 38]

 


TOPIC : ARYANS AND VEDIC PERIOD

 

Q.1)  “Archaeology knows of no Aryans; only literature knows of Aryans.” Examine critically. [ 10m,200w ]


Q.2)  “The Upanishadic principles embody the epitome of the Vedic thought.” Discuss. [ 15m,300w ]


Q.3)  Evaluate  various  views  regarding  human  settlements  as  gleaned  from  the  Vedic sources. [15m,300w ]


Q.4)  Evaluate the contribution of the Puranas in disseminating secular knowledge among the masses in ancient India. [15m,300w]


Q.5)  Give a brief account of the social and economic conditions of the Later Vedic Aryans. [20m,400w ]


Q.6)  Analyse the differences and similarities between Indus Valley and Vedic Cultures. [20m,400w]


Q.7)  Write a short essay on: “Position of women in the Rig Vedic society” [ 20m,400w ]


Q.8)   Evaluate the conceptual basis of the Vedic deities. [20m,400w ]


Q.9)   Examine the view that sacrifice was a ritual and a form of social exchange in Vedic India. [20m,400w ]


MAP WORK : NEOLITHIC SITES

  1. Baluchistan:

             Mehrgarh in the Kachhi plain,

             Kili Gul Muhammad in the Quetta Valley,

             Rana Ghundai in the Loralai valley

             Anjira in the Surab valley.

             Mundigak

  1. Indus plains:

              Gumla,

              Rehman Dheri,

              Tarakai Qila

              Sarai Khola

  1. North India

              Burzahom, northeast of Srinagar;

              Gufkral, southeast of Srinagar

              Kanishkapura or modern Kanispur, in the Baramulla district.

  1. Central India

              Koldihawa and Mahagara in Allahabad district,

              Kunjun in the Sidhi district of Madhya Pradesh.

   5.Mid-Gangetic Basin

              Sohagaura, on the banks of River Rapti;

              Chirand, on the banks of River Ghaghra

  1. Eastern India

              Kuchai in Orissa

              Golbai Sasan in Orissa

              Pandu Rajar Dhibi in West Bengal

              Mahisdal in West Bengal

              Barudih in Jharkhand.

  1. North East India

              Daojali Hading in Assam,

              Sarutaru in Assam,

              Napchik in Manipur

  1. South India

              Sangankallu,

              Hallur,

              Tekkalakota,

              Brahmagiri,

              Maski,

              T.Narsipur,

              Piklihal,

              Kodekal

              Budihal

              Utnur,

              Palavoy,

              Nagarjunakonda

              Paiyampalli

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