History One-Liners for various competitive examinations

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History One-Liners for various competitive examinations

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Maximum questions come from History portion in different competitive exams.

Here are some important History one-liners for students competing for various exams

Watch some of the important History Bits below.


1-The early Vedic economy was mostly based on cattle breeding and agriculture.


2-The early Vedic Aryans were pastoralists, they know basic agricultural techniques, like to add fertilizers, to cut crops with the help of sickles, to arrange water sources etc.


3-The unit of the Early Vedic people’s family was called as ‘Gotra’.


4- In the Early Vedic period a wealthy person was known as gomat and the daughter called duhitri which means one who milks the cow.


5-Vedic Aryans used to wear colorful clothes of cotton and wool.


6-The weaver of Vedic Aryans is called as ‘Vaya’, whereas the Charakha is called as ‘Tasar’.


7-The Goldsmith was called as Hiranyakar.


8-The people of Vedic Aryans involved in trade was called as ‘Pani’


9-In the Early Vedic period Cows were the most favored medium of exchange


10-The period that followed Rig Vedic Age is known as later Vedic Age(1000 – 600 BC)


11-Later Vedic age witnessed the composition of three Veda Samhitas namely, the Samaveda Samhita, the Yajurveda Samhita, the Atharvaveda Samhita along with the Brahmanas and the Upanishads of all the four Vedas.


12-During 1000-600 BC, all later Vedic text were compiled in the upper Gangetic basin


13-Arabian sea, the Vindhya range and the Northern Plains of the Ganga-Yamuna Doab have been mentioned in literature of this period


14- Later Vedic period is also known as Iron- PGW Age because of the use of iron in agriculture and painted grey ware (PGW).


15-The Later Vedas have given three broad divisions of India. They are Aryavarta (Northern India), Madhyadesa (Central India), and Dakshina Patha (Southern India).


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