Chalcolithic Age or Copper Stone Age

Chalcolithic Age or Copper Stone Age Chalcolithic age is also known as copper-stone age The phase was emerged around 3000-500 BCE. The term Chalco-lithic is a combination of two Greek words ‘Chalco’ means- copper and ‘Lithic’ means- stone thus the meaning is Copper Stone Age. The copper was first used in 5000 BCE and later […]

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Neolithic Age or  New Stone Age 

Neolithic age or  New Stone Age  Neolithic age is a food producing age. The Neolithic Phase is also known as New Stone Age. In northern India, the Neolithic age emerged around c.8000- 6000 BCE. In some parts of southern and eastern India Neolithic age emerged around 1000 BCE. Subsistence of this age is agriculture, livestock […]

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Mesolithic age or Middle Stone Age

Mesolithic age or Middle Stone Age The period of Mesolithic age is between 10,000 BCE -8,000 BCE and this period is also called Middle Stone Age. The term Mesolithic is derived from two Greek words- meso and lithic. In Greek ‘meso’ means middle and ‘lithic’ means stone: Middle Stone Age. This age is the intermediate […]

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Paleolithic Age or Old Stone Age

Palaeolithic Age or Old Stone Age This is the first stage in the evolution of human civilization. Period between 500,000 BCE – 10,000 BCE. Around 36000 B.C. back human had become in form. It is also known as Homo Sapians. The term Paleolithic derived from the Greek word ‘Palaeo’ which means old and ‘lithic’ means stone […]

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MCQ on Indian National Congress sessions

 MCQ on Indian National Congress Sessions   1- Indian National Congress was founded on………………………. at Gokuldas Tejpal Sanskrit Collage, Bombay. (A) 18th December 1885 (B) 8th December 1885 (C) 28th December 1885 (D) 30th December 1885   2- Who was the Viceroy of British India during the first session of the congress? (A) Lord Canning […]

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Gautam Buddha

Gautam Buddha: Gautam Buddha was supposed to be born in 623 B.C. His childhood name was Siddhartha. He belonged to the Sakya family. He was founder of Buddhism. His father’s name was Suddhodana and mother’s name was mahamaya. His father was the king of kapilvastu. He was born in Lumbini grove which falls on the […]

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