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    TRADITIONAL INDIAN TEXTILES AND HISTORY OF

    INDIAN ART AND COSTUME

    BFT OFF CAMPUS

    1. The first leader of the mughal empire.

    a.Babur

    b.Birbal

    c.Jahangir

    d. Akbar

    2. Earlier times , textiles ,indigo, spices were send westwards and

    exchanged for -------------.

    a. Clothb.Paintingsc. Taste budsd.precious metals.

    3. From west India and particularly from ------- came embroideries,

    printed cloth and indigo.

    a. Rajasthanb.Madhya Pradeshc. Gujaratd.Orissa

    4.Earlier days, -----------and south east was a source of cottons.

    a. Balaramapuramb.Madrasc. Pattialad.Kanchipuram

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    5. ------------produced a legendary supply of shawls.

    a. Leharb.Kashmirc. Jharkhandd.Rajasthan

    6. ------------produced sugar, silks ,embroideries and fine muslins.

    a.Bengalb.Keralac. Tamil nadud.Kashmir

    7. Great quantities of -----weaving as well as printed cloth came from

    Gujarat.

    a. Tapestry

    b. Twill

    c. Pile

    d. Jacquard

    8. The word chint means----------.

    a. Printed cloth

    b. painted cloth

    c. Embroidered cloth

    d. Painted and printed cloth

    9. ----------was the symbol of a homespun independence and self-

    sufficiency within the village unit.

    a. Cotton

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    b.Khadic. Silkd.Wool

    10.----------cloth hand woven from indigenous handspun cotton.a. Pashminab.Woolc. Khadid.Cotton

    11.Choose one famous technique of textile decoration in Kerala.

    a.Loom woven textileb.Painted textilesc. Printed textilesd.Embroidered textiles

    12.The finest white embroidery and pulled threadwork on white

    cotton known as-------.

    a. Kanthab.

    Asli tus

    c. Chinaid.Chikan kari

    13.Delightfully embroidered and decorated quilted covers, Kanthas

    were a folk craft of -------and--------.

    a. Bengal and Orissab.Bengal and Lucknowc. Bengal and Bihard.Bengal and Assam

    14.---------- is the most famous for producing brocades known as

    Kinkhab.

    a. Maharashtra

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    b.Varanasic. Lucknowd.Kanchipuram

    15. Varanasi is the most famous for producing brocades known as ----------.

    a.Kinkhabb.Kinkabc. Kinkabhd.Kinghab

    16. The earliest textile finds were made at ----------an archaeological

    site of the 3rd

    millennium BC on the Indus river.

    a.Mohenjo-Darob.Fostatc. Harappad.None of these

    17. The most famous of the fine and lightweight patterned cloth is ----

    -------.

    a.Jhamdhanib.Pitambaric. Maheshwarid.Paithani

    18. The presence of -----------and ---------at the Mohenjo-Daro site

    testify to an advanced understanding of the processes of colour fixing

    on cloth.

    a. mordant and dyeb.mordant and waxc. mordant and organicd.None of the above

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    19.Write any one non-woven traditional material used during early

    times.

    a.Leatherb.Woolc. Mutkad.None of these

    20. The earliest textile finds were made at Mohenjo-Daro an

    archaeological site of the 3rd

    millennium BC on the ------------.

    a. The Indus river.b.The Sutlej riverc. River Gangad.None of these

    21. The use of -----------made fast with a mordant and dye vats during

    Indus valley Civilization.

    a. Root dyeb.

    Vegetable dye

    c. Indige dyed.madder dye

    22. The use of madder dye made fast with a ------------ and -----------

    vats during Indus valley Civilization.

    a. mordant and dyeb.mordant and waxc. mordant and organicd.None of the above

    23. The presence of mordant and dye vats at the Mohenjo-Daro site

    testify to an advanced understanding of the processes of ------- on

    cloth.

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    a. colour fixingb.vat fixingc. None of thesed.All of these

    24. A relief-carved stone sculpture from the dig at -------- clearly

    depicts figure draped with patterned cloth.

    a. Harappab. Indus valleyc. Mohen jo darod.Sutlej valley

    25. --------- found at Mohenjodaro to wind weft threads when workingat a wooden loom.

    a. Spoolsb.Spin wheelsc. Spin rollsd.Spindles

    26.The presence of -------- at the site suggest that Bronze age

    civilization embellished its woven cloth with embroidery on the loom

    a. Metalsb.Silver and Bronzec. Bronze and Goldd.Bronze

    27. The presence of Bronze needles at the site suggest that ---------

    embellished its woven cloth with embroidery on the loom .

    a.Bronze age civilizationb.Metal age civilizationc. None of the aboved.Both a and b

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    28. Early stage,Trade cloth were unearthed at ------ near Cairo in

    Egypt.

    a. Libyab.

    Fostat

    c. None of thesed.Kings valley

    29.The ------------ such as Ramayana and Mahabharata as well as

    Buddhist sources, chart in detail the processes and use of textiles

    made of cotton, linen and silk.

    a.Hindi Epicsb.Sacred Scripturesc. Hindu epicsd.Sacred writings

    30.The Hindu Epics such as ------- and -------as well as Buddhist

    sources, chart in detail the processes and use of textiles made of

    cotton, linen and silk.

    a. Rig Veda and Sama Vedab.Yajur Veda and Adharva Vedac. Ramayana and Mahabharatad.None of these

    31. The Hindu Epics such as Ramayana and Mahabharata as well as

    Buddhist sources, chart in detail the processes and use of textiles

    made of -----, ----- and -----.

    a. Cotton, wool and linenb.Cotton , silk and woolc. Cotton ,linen and silkd.All the above

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    32. In 327 BC, goods flowed to and from the peninsula of India

    through both-----and ------routes.

    a.Land and seab.

    Land and Air

    c. Air and Sead.Land ,Air and Sea

    33. Gangetic Indian Muslims were well known in Europe, lyrically

    described as ---------and -------.

    a. Vhenti and Nebulab.Venti and Nebulac. Venti and Pebulad.Venthi and Nebula

    34. --------- were well known in Europe lyrically described as venti

    and nebula.

    a.Gangetic Indian Muslimsb.Gangetic Indian Hindusc. Gangetic Indian Christiansd.All the above

    35. The famous ----------paintings of the 5th

    to 8th

    centuries provide an

    invaluable record of the Indian Textile Industries of the time.

    a. Ajanta paper paintingsb.Ajanta textile paintingsc. Ajanta wall paintingsd.All the above

    36. The famous Ajanta wall paintings of the 5th

    to 8th

    centuries

    provide an invaluable record of the --------- of the time.

    a.Indian textile industriesb. Indian paper industries

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    c. Indian Silk Industriesd. Indian Wool Industries

    37. The word frescoes means----------.

    a.Cave paintingb.Textile paintingc. Paper paintingd.All the above

    38. The ------- clearly depict dancers , nobles , servants and musicians

    clothed in loin clothes and blouses.

    a.Cave frescoesb.Ancient silk textilesc. Ancient woollen textilesd.None of these

    39. The cave frescoes clearly depict dancers , nobles , servants and

    musicians clothed in ------- and --------.

    a. Drapes and loin clothesb.

    Loin clothes and blouses

    c. blouses and Drapesd.none of these

    40.Which one of the following is a traditional textile of Western

    India?

    a.Bandhanib.Jamdhanic. Chanderid.Dacca

    41.Which state in India is considered as the home of silk and Brocade

    weaving?

    a.Gujaratb.Rajasthanc. Bengal

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    d.Madhya Pradesh42. Choose the traditional brocade of Gujarat?

    a.Mochib.Daccac.Pabuji pard.Baluchar butedhar

    43.Which one of the following is a Saurashtra style?

    a. Bathipa styleb.Pathipa stylec. Kathipa styled.Hathipa style

    44.The domestic embroidery of Gujarat is in -----------style.

    a.Saurashtra styleb.Mocha stylec. Kutch styled.Chinai style

    45. Mention one traditional embroidery of Gujarat?

    a. Phulkarib.Mata ni pachedic. Chunarid.Kutch

    46. Gujarat is a state famous for ------- embroidery.

    a. Piplib.Bandhejc. Mochid.Bandhani

    47. Which of the given region was one of the great textile exportingareas of India?

    a.Gujaratb.Rajasthanc. Maharashtrad.West Bengal

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    48. Ajarakh is-----------.

    a. Screen printed textileb.Hand woven textilec. Block printed textiled.Painted textile

    49. The -------------- and------------------ states are famous for hand

    printed textiles.

    a. Gujarat and Maharashtrab. Gujarat and Madhya Pradeshc. Gujarat and Rajasthand. Gujarat and Raipur

    50. The name Ajarakh derived from-----------.

    a. Azrakb. Amrakc. Abrakd. Asrak

    51. Resist technique is used for ----------- .

    a.Patolab.Jamdhanic.Garcholad.Bhandhani

    52. Which is that embroidery that looks similar to the Kantha of

    Bengal.?

    a.Phulkarib.Kutchc.Kasutid.Chinai

    53. Himru is the trational textile of which among the following state?

    a.Maharashtrab.Uttar Pradeshc.Madhya Pradesh

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    d.Rajasthan54. Which embroidery is that can be done only by counting the

    threads of the weft and warp?

    a.Kasutib.Mochac.Kutchd.Chikankari

    55. Karnataka is famous for-