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11-20: MCQs - History Class 11 NCERT (Fine Arts)
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In your many lectures you mentioned that this topic is trending e.g "pulley vibration".. so can you make a list containing those topics for other subjects that would be really helpful :)
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thank you sir .this is only English speaking video
sir sorry to say..why remaining part of MCQ's are not uploaded...I have ???? started preparation and about to reach this course next week..so please upload remaining MCQ's..thank you
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  1. MCQs - Class 11 NCERT AN INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN ART Q11-20 Roman Saini


  2. Q11. Consider the following statements about paintings of the Mesolithic period: 1. During this period the themes multiply but the paintings are larger in size compared to upper palaeolithic period. 2. Women are painted both in the nude and clothed. 3. Some paintings depicted family life. Select the correct answer using the code given below: A) 1 and 2 only B) 2 and 3 only C) 1 and 3 only D) 1, 2 and3


  3. Answer- B) 2 and 3 only Paintings of the mesolithic period The largest number of paintings belongs to Period Il that covers the Mesolithic paintings During this period the themes multiply but the paintings are smaller in size. Men have been adorned with elaborate head-dresses, and sometimes painted with masks also. Though animals were painted in a naturalistic style, humans were depicted only ina stylistic manner. Women are painted both in the nude and clothed. Community dances provide a common theme. Some of the pictures of men, women and children seem to depict a sort of family life. In many of the rock-shelters we find hand prints, fist prints, and dots made by the fingertips.


  4. Q12. Consider the following statements about paintings of chacolithic period: 1. The paintings of this period reveal the association, contact, and mutual exchange of requirements of the cave dwellers of this area with settled agricultural communities of the Malwa plains 2. Pottery and metal tools are shown in the paintings. Select the correct answer using the code given below A) 1 only B) 2 only C) Both 1 and 2 D) Neither 1 nor 2


  5. Answer- C) Both 1 and 2 The paintings of this period reveal the association, contact, and mutual exchange of requirements of the cave dwellers of this area with settled agricultural communities of the Malwa plains. Many a time Chalcolithic ceramics and rock paintings bear common motifs, e.g., cross-hatched squares, lattices. Pottery and metal tools are also shown.


  6. Q13. The artists of Bhimbetka used many colours. With respect to that consider the following statements: 1. Green and red were their favourite colours. 2. They got red from haematite 3. The green came from a green variety of a stone called chalcedony. 4. White might have been made out of limestone. Select the correct answer using the code given below: A) 1, 2 and 3 only B) 2, 3 and 4 only C) 2 and 3 only D)1, 3 and 4 only


  7. Answer- B) 2, 3 and 4 onl retdhochre purple imownia ren mnd blackors, including various shades of white, yelow, orange, red ochre, purple, brown, green and black. White and red were their favourite colours. Paints were made by grinding various rocks and minerals. They got red from haematite (known as geru in India) The green came from a green variety of a stone called chalcedony. White might have been made out of limestone. The rock of mineral was first ground into a powder. This may then have been mixed with water and also with some thick or sticky substance such as animal fat or gum or resin from trees Brushes were made of plant fibre


  8. Q14. At many sites artists painted on top of an older painting. With respect to that consider the following statements: 1. This was because the artist did not like his creation and painted another painting on the previous one 2. Some of the paintings and places were considered sacred or special. 3. This was because the area may have been used by different generations of people at different times. Select the correct answer using the code given below: A) 1 and 2 only B) 2 only C) 1, 2 and 3 D) None of the abov


  9. Answer- C) 1, 2 and 3 Why did the artists paint in the same place again and again- Maybe, this was because the artist did not like his creation and painted another painting on the previous one, or Some of the paintings and places were considered sacred or special or This was because the area may have been used by different generations of people at different times


  10. Q15. Consider the following statements about paintings of chacolithic period: 1. The men shown in them appear adventurous and rejoicing in their lives. 2. The animals are shown more youthful and majestic Select the correct answer using the code given below: A) 1 only B) 2 only C) Both 1 and 2 D) Neither 1 nor 2


  11. Answer- C) Both 1 and 2 The primitive artists seem to possess an intrinsic passion for storytelling. These pictures depict, in a dramatic way, both men and animals engaged in the struggle for survival.


  12. 017. Consider the following statements about Indus valley civilisation: 1. Houses, markets, storage facilities, offices, public baths were arranged in a grid-like pattern. 2. Civilisation had highly developed drainage system. Select the correct answer using the code given below: A) 1 only B) 2 only C) Both 1 and 2 D) Neither 1 nor 2


  13. Q18. Consider the following pairs: 1. Ropar: Rajasthan 2. Balathal Punjab 3. Dholavira Gujarat Which of the above pairs is/are matched? A) 1 and 2 only B) 2 only C) 3 only


  14. Answer- C) 3 only Ropar Punjab Balathal Rajasthan Dholavira Gujarat


  15. 019. Consider the following statements about stone statues found at Indus valley civilisation: 1. Stone statues found at Harappa are of male and female figures. 2. One is a torso in red sandstone and the other is a bust of a bearded man in steatite Select the correct answer using the code given below A) 1 only B) 2 only C) Both 1 and 2 D) Neither 1 nor 2


  16. Answer- B) 2 only Stone Statues- Found at Harappa and Mohenjodaro are excellent examples of handling three dimensional volumes. In stone are two male figures-one is a torso in red sandstone and the other is a bust of a bearded man in steatite. The figure of the bearded man interpreted as a priest, is draped in a shawl coming under the right arm and covering the left shoulder. This shawl is decorated with trefoil patterns. The eyes are a little elongated, and half-closed as in meditative concentration.


  17. Q20) Consider the following statements about Bronze statues: 1. It is made using the lost wax' technique. 2. Statues are of human as well as animal figures. Select the correct answer using the code given below: A) 1 only B) 2 only C) Both 1 and 2 D) Neither 1 nor 2


  18. Answer- C) Both 1 and 2 Bronze Casting- Made using the 'lost wax' technique in which the wax figures were first covered with a coating of clay and allowed to dry. Then the wax was heated and the molten wax was drained out through a tiny hole made in the clay cover. The hollow mould thus created was filled with molten metal which took the original shape of the object. Once the metal cooled, the clay cover was completely removed In bronze we find human as well as animal figures, the best example of the former being the statue of a girl popularly titled Dancing Girl'. Amongst animal figures in bronze the buffalo with its uplifted head, back and sweeping horns and the goat are of artistic merit.