Stone Age

Accoding to the excavated evidence, the domestication of animal began in

  1. Lower Palaeolithic period
  2. Middle palaeolithic period
  3. Upper palaeolithic period
  4. Mesolithic period

Mesolithic period

In Mesolithic context, evidence of animals domestication has been found at

  1. Langhnaj
  2. Birbhanpur
  3. Adamgarh
  4. Chopani Mando


Robert Bruce Foote, who discovered first paleolithic tool in India, was a/an

  1. Geologist
  2. Archeologist
  3. Paleobotanist
  4. Both(A) and(B)

Both(A) and(B)

The three-age system, divided into stone, bronze and iron from the collection of Copenhagen museum was coined by

  1. Thomson
  2. Lubbock
  3. Taylor
  4. Childe


From which one of the following site bone implements have been found

  1. Chopani Mando
  2. Kakoria
  3. Mahadaha
  4. Sarai Nahar Rai


Bone ornaments in the Mesolithic context in India have been obtained from

  1. Sarai Nahar Rai
  2. Mahadaha
  3. Lekhahia
  4. Chopani Mando


Three human skeleton in a single grave were recovered at

  1. Sarai Nahar Rai
  2. Bamdama
  3. Mahadaha
  4. Langhnaj


The cultivation of cereals first started in

  1. Neolithic Age
  2. Mesolithic Age
  3. Palaeolithic Age
  4. Proto-Historic Age

Neolithic age

The earliest evidence of man in India is found in

  1. Nilgiri Hill
  2. Shiwalik Hill
  3. Nallamala Hill
  4. Narmada Valley

Narmada Valley

The earliest evidence of agriculture in Indian sub-continent comes from

  1. Koldihwa
  2. Lahuradeva
  3. Mehrgarh
  4. Tokwa


Name the site which has revealed the earliest evidence of sattled life

  1. Dholavira
  2. Kile Gul Mahammad
  3. Kalibangan
  4. Mehrgarh


The first cereal used by man was

  1. Wheat
  2. Rice
  3. Barley
  4. Sorghum


The earliest evidence of agriculture in the Indian sub-continent has been obtained from

  1. Brahmagiri
  2. Burzahom
  3. Koldihwa
  4. Mehrgarh


Which one of the following periods is also known as Chalcolithic Age

  1. Old Stone Age
  2. New Stone Age
  3. Copper Age
  4. Iron Age

Copper Age

The cultural remains from Stone Age to Harappan civilization have been obtained from which one of the following ancient sites

  1. Amri
  2. Mehrgarh
  3. Kotdiji
  4. Kalibangan


Navdotoli was excavated by

  1. K.D Bajpai
  2. V.S Wakankar
  3. H.D Sankalpa
  4. Mortimer Wheeler

H.D Sankalia

Megaliths have been identified as

  1. Caves for hermits
  2. Burial sites
  3. Temple sites
  4. None of the above

Burial sites

Ash mound is associated with the Neolithic site at

  1. Budihal
  2. Sangana Kallu
  3. Koldihwa
  4. Brahmagiri

Sangana Kullu

Bhimbetka” is famous for

  1. Rock Painting
  2. Buddhist Statues
  3. Minarals
  4. Origin of son river

Rock Painting

In India, from which rock-shelter, pictures haa been found the most

  1. Ghagharia
  2. Bhimbetka
  3. Lekhahia
  4. Adamgarh


Which one of the following places is famous for pre-historic painting

  1. Ajanta
  2. Bhimbetka
  3. Bagh
  4. Amravati


Where are the caves of Bhimbetka situated

  1. Bhopal
  2. Pachmarhi
  3. Singrauli
  4. Abdullahganj-Raisen


The Ochre-Coloured Pottery was christened at

  1. Hastinapur
  2. Ahichhatra
  3. Noh
  4. Red Fort


In the Chalcolithic period people of Maharashtra buried their dead under the floor of their houses in the following orientation

  1. North to South position
  2. East to West position
  3. South to North position
  4. West to East position

North to South position

Which of the following sites has yielded skeleton in burial

  1. Brahmagiri
  2. Burzahom
  3. Chirand
  4. Maski


The evidence of burying the dog with human body is found from which of the following places

  1. Burzahom
  2. Koldihwa
  3. Chaupani
  4. Mando


The evidence of pit dwelling has been obtained from

  1. Burzahom
  2. Koldihwa
  3. Brahmagiri
  4. Sangana-Kullu


From which rock shelter of Vindyas, a maximum number of human skeleton have been found

  1. Morahana Pahar
  2. Ghagharia
  3. Baghahi khor
  4. Lekhahia


Which of those department/ministry deals with Archaeological Survey of India as an accessory office

  1. Culture
  2. Tourism
  3. Science and Technology
  4. Human resources And development


Where is the National Human Museum situated

  1. Guwahati
  2. Bastar
  3. Bhopal
  4. Chennai


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