Model Activity Task Class 7 History Solutions February 2022

Model Activity Task Class 7 History subject has been released by the School Education Department of West Bengal . Here you will find the answers of the Model Activity Task Class 7 History with full answers and proper explanation .

Model Activity Task Class 7 History

Model Activity Task are very important for the students of School of West Bengal . These Model Activity Task are useful to know how much knowledge a student has acquired . Here you will get Model Activity Task Class 7 History Subject Solutions of the February Month .

Model Activity Task ClassClass 7
Model Activity Task SubjectHistory
Time PeriodFebruary 2022
Language English
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Model Activity Task Class 7 History February 2022

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Model Activity Task Class 7 History February 2022 Solutions

The below are the answers and explanation of each and every question of Model Activity Task Class 7 History Subject for the Month of February 2022.

Model Activity Task
Class – VII
Full Marks : 20

Q1. Fill in the blanks : 1×4 = 4
a) The word Vanga appears first in the_________________ of the Rig Veda.
b) East Pakistan became independent nation in__________________.
c) Sasanka had his capital at ________________________.
d) Lakshmanasena’s capital was_______________.

Answer and Explanation : 
a) The word Vanga appears first in the Aitareya Aranyaka of the Rig Veda.
b) East Pakistan became independent nation in 1971 .
c) Sasanka had his capital at Cornish .
d) Lakshmanasena’s capital was Bikrampur in East Bengal.

Q2. Match the columns :

HarshacharitaAl Biruni
Kitab al-HindSandhyakar Nandi

Answer and Explanation : 

Kitab al-HindAl Biruni
RamcharitaSandhyakar Nandi

Q3. Write in 1-2 sentences
a) Which three rivers primarily demarcated Ancient Bengal ?

Answer and Explanation : 
The three rivers that primarily demarcated Ancient Bengal are mentioned below :
1. Bhagirathi River
2. Padma River
3. Meghna River .

b) Who took the title ‘Gangaikondachola’ ?

Answer and Explanation : 
The title “Gangaikondachola” was given to Cholar King Rajendra Chola . His reign was in the time period of 1016 – 1044.

c) What is the meaning of the word ‘Khalifa’ ?

Answer and Explanation : 
The word Khalifa means ” Representative or heir”

Q4. Answer in 4-5 sentences
a) What is ‘Matsya-Nyaya’ ?

Answer and Explanation : 
Matsya-Naya means anarchy or lack of a permanent king in the country. Just as the big fish in the pond eats the small fish, so the strong lake oppresses the weak lake in times of anarchy. One hundred years from the middle of the seventh century AD to the middle of the eighth century AD was a period of change in the history of Bengal after the death of Shashanka.
In that era every Kshatriya, aristocratic Laik, Brahman and merchant ruled his own area at will. There was no central ruler in Bengal. After this situation continued year after year, the influential Lakers of Bengal together elected a king named Gaepal in the middle of the 8th century AD (approximately 650 AD). From that time the reign of Pala dynasty started in Bengal.

b) When and where did the Kaivarta Revolt take place ? Who led this revolt ?

Answer and Explanation : 
Answer: Kaivarta rebellion took place in Bengal in the second half of the eleventh century. The Kaivartas were probably boatmen or fishermen. At that time the Kaivartas had considerable influence in the northern part of Bengal. There is a description of Kaivarta rebellion in the Ramcharita poem of Sandhyakar Nandi. There were three leaders of this rebellion: Divya (Dibbok), Rudak and Bhima.

c) How did the Arabs communicate with India?

Answer and Explanation : 
The first exchange of Islam with India took place long before the Turks came to this country. In the 8th-9th century AD, Arab merchants used to come to the west coast of India. In the Indus month, a settlement of Arab Muslim merchants was established in Malabar. As the Arab merchants benefited from this, so did the local merchants. The rulers also benefited from it. This trade of Hindu, Jain and Muslim merchants is a shining example of religious tolerance. At that time, astronomy, medicine, literature, etc., written in Sanskrit, were translated into Arabic at the initiative of the Caliphs of Baghdad.