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  • 1. India Subcontinent Pre-Test Review Pre-Test Review
  • 2. What do the Ganges and the Indus River have in common?
    • The both create a delta.
    • The both contain salt water.
    • The both were used to pan for gold.
    • The both flow down from the Ural Mountains.
  • 3. The both create a delta.
  • 4. What are the 5 main castes in the India Caste System?
    • Rich, Upper Class, Middle Class, Lower Class, Poor
    • Brahmin, Kshatriyas, Vaisyas, Sudras, Harijan
    • Agni, Indra, Varuna, Pusha, Shiva
    • Hinduism, Buddhism, Brahman, Vishnu, Hayahpan
  • 5. Brahmin, Kshatriyas, Vaisyas, Sudras, Harijan
  • 6. Which mountain range forms a geographic barrier between India and the rest of Asia?
    • Hindu-Kush Mountains
    • Ural Mountains
    • Rocky Mountains
    • Himalayan Mountains
  • 7. Himalayan Mountains
  • 8. Why is Brahmanism imporant to the people of India?
    • It helped established the belief of reincarnation and karma.
    • It weakened the Caste System and gave a rise to Buddhism.
    • It helped to from a new Indian Government.
    • It developed into Hinduism.
  • 9. It developed into Hinduism.
  • 10. What countries make up the Indian subcontinent?
    • India and China
    • India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
    • India, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Israel
    • Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia
  • 11. India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
  • 12. How are farmers able to grow tea, rice, nuts, and jute so effectively in India?
    • Economic assistance from the government.
    • Technological advancements in farming
    • Fertile Soil
    • Arid Climate
  • 13. Fertile Soil
  • 14. How were the British able to manipulate India?
    • They exploited India’s resources and took control of India’s trade routes
    • They enslaved the people of India.
    • They established a strict set of laws that forces Indians to move away.
    • They outlawed all education in the country.
  • 15. They exploited India’s resources and took control of India’s trade routes.
  • 16. King Asoka had many impacts on India during his reign. What is one of those impacts?
    • He translated the Vedic Texts which lead to the rise in Hinduism
    • For years, he fought and waged war attempting to gain land, but instead he destroyed the fertile land.
    • He helped the spread of Buddhism by encouraging missionary journeys throughout India.
    • He spent lots of money on traditional customs and practices instead of modernizing his kingom, which created an economic downturn.
  • 17. He helped the spread of Buddhism by encouraging missionary journeys throughout India.
  • 18. What is the significance of the Ganges River in India?
    • It is a tourist destination that provides 90% of the nation’s income.
    • It is a nuclear power source.
    • It provides the only navigable path through the Himalayas and into China.
    • It provides a source of irrigation to India’s farmland.
  • 19. It provides a source of irrigation to India’s farmland.
  • 20. What was the real name of the Buddhist creator?
    • Gandhi
    • Siddhartha Gautama
    • Brahmin Vishnu
    • King Asoka
  • 21. Siddhartha Gautama
  • 22. Name one of the many accomplishments of the Harappans.
    • helped to spread Christianity
    • helped to advance astronomy
    • helped to modernize medicine
    • helped to build well-designed cities
  • 23. Helped to build well-designed cities
  • 24. What was one impact of the Aryan civilization on the India subcontinent?
    • Aryans divided society into 4 groups
    • Aryans established a strong central government
    • Aryans were the first to establish villages in the Himalayans
    • Aryans influenced peace around the countries in the subcontinent
  • 25. Aryans divided society into 4 groups
  • 26. Blue Diamond and Mini Quiz Tomorrow