The most recognized period of Harappan Civilization is?
A. 2800 BC-2000 BC
B. 2500 BC-1750 BC
C. 3500 BC-1800 BC
D. could not be determined

B. 2500 BC-1750 BC

The Indus Valley Civilization was not a contemporary of which of the following civilizations?
A. Egyptian civilization
B. Mesopotamian Civilization
C. Civilization of China
D.  Greek civilization

D.  Greek civilization

How far was the Indus Valley Civilization extended?
A. Punjab, Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir
B. Rajasthan, Bihar, Bengal and Orissa
C. Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Orissa and Bengal
D. Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Sindh and Baluchistan

D. Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Sindh and Baluchistan

Where have the remains of a horse found in the Indus Valley Civilization?
A. Surkotada
B. Vanavali
C. Manda
D. Kalibanga

A. Surkotada

In which state is the Indus Valley site Kalibangan?
A. Rajasthan
B. Gujarat
C. Madhya Pradesh
D. Uttar Pradesh

A. Rajasthan

Which of the following materials was mainly used in the manufacture of coins of the Harappan period?
A.  Cellkhari
B.  Bronze
C.  copper
D.  Iron

A.  Cellkhari

What era was the Harappan Civilization?
A. Bronze Age
B.  Neolithic Age
C. Palaeolithic Age
D. Iron Age

A. Bronze Age

What was the main occupation of the people of Indus Valley Civilization?
A. Business
B. animal husbandry
C. hunting
D. Agriculture

A. Business

The inhabitants of the Harappan civilization were?
A. rural
B. Urban
C. Yayawar / Nomadic
D. Tribal

B. Urban

From what were the houses of the Indus civilization built
A.  brick
B.  bamboo
C. stone
D. wood

A.  brick

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