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Indo Pakistan History Short Questions/Answer (Indus Valley Civilization MCQs)

Indo Pakistan History Short Questions/Answer (Indus Valley Civilization MCQs)
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Indus Valley Civilization MCQs (One liner)

The Harappan Fort in the shape of a parallel square is 460 yards in length (north-south) 215 yards in breadth (east-west). What is the height of Harappan Fort?
•   15-17 yards

What was the script of Indus civilization in which there were more than 600 picture-letters and 60 original letters?
•   Pictorial script

Lothal was situated at that time near the ocean. In excavations the remains of a dockyard have been found which testify to the trade relations of Indus people with
•   Western Asia

Moenjodaro is located at the west bank of the Indus in the:
•   Upper Sindh

The Indus civilization flourished at Harappa and other sites as early as ____:
•   2500 BC

Which was a centre of culture and learning for a thousand years from 500 BC to AD 500?
•   Taxila

Who built new Greek cities at Taxila and Pushkalawati (Charsadda).
•   Bactrian Greeks

The Talismans obtained in large numbers indicate that the people of Harappan culture believed in witchcraft or the dead souls. These talismans were made of _______in the form of plate
•   Bronze and copper

Who is considered the real founder of the Gupta Empire?
•   Chandragupta II

From which one of the following sites, was the famous Bull-seal of Indus Valley found?
•   Mohenjodaro

In 870, Hindu Shahis from Central Asia overthrew the Turki Shahis and established their capital at Hund on the:
•   Indus

The seaport of Debal where the young Arab warrior Mohammad Bin Qasim landed his armies in 712 AD was:
•   Bhambore

The Vale of Peshawar was the centre of the ancient Kingdom of:
•   Gandhara

Which one of the followings are the oldest surviving writings of any historical significance in the Sub-continent?
•   Ashokan inscriptions

Taxila was the capital of:
•   Ghandhara

The greatest university of the ancient world was situated at:
•   Taxila

The Great Bath of the Indus Valley Civilization was discovered in:
•   Mohenjodaro

The first Gupta ruler to assume the title of the ‘Maharajadhiraja’ was:
•   Chandragupta I

Who among the following was the ruler of Kalinga?
•   Kharvela

Archaeologists have identified some 400 Indus Civilization towns, scattered from:
•   Kabul to Delhi

The main occupation of the Indus Valley civilization was:
•   Agriculture

The Great Granary of the Indus Valley Civilization has been discovered at:
•   Mohenjodaro

Mohenjodaro is also known as:
•   Mound of the Dead

Indus Civilizations also known as:
•   Harrapan Civilization

The Great Granary of the Indus Valley Civilization has been discovered at:
•   Mohenjodaro

The Harappa is located near
•   Sahiwal

Who among the following Europeans was first to come to India as invaders?
•   Greek

The summer capital of Kushans was north of Kabul and their winter capital was at:
•   Peshawar

The main sources about the Indus Valley civilization are —
•   Archaeological excavations

The pre stone civilization came to be known in the region of river Sohan a subsidiary of Sindhu (Indus River). Hence it is called as
•   Sohan civilization

Moenjodaro is currently located in which district?
•   Larkana

Which one of the followings is the oldest civilization in the Sub-continent?
•   Maher Garh Civilization

Maher Garh Civilization is currently located in which Province?
•   Balochistan

Harappa is currently located in which district?
•   Sahiwal

The famous figure of a dancing girl found in the excavations of Harappa was made up of:
•   Bronze

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