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Sample CBSE Class 7 Social Studies History Tracing changes through a Thousand Years Worksheet Questions

1.
Describe the Social changes that took place in the years between 700 and 1750 AD.
2.
Why was the information from the manuscripts difficult to use during the thousand years?
3.
What changes did technology bring about in the lives of people from 700 CE to 1750 CE?
4.
Describe the difficulties faced by historians in using manuscripts?
5.
Describe the different languages used in this period?
6.
State the difference between Shia and Sunni.
7.
What do you understand by the Discontinuity in historical Sources?
8.
What did the term Rajputra included?
9.
What were collected by wealthy people, rulers, monasteries and temples ?
10.
What were the major developments in the religious traditions between 700 and 1750?

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