CBSE History Class 6

Vital Villages Thriving Towns

Vital Villages Thriving Towns - Chapter Wise CBSE Solved Question and Answer Based On NCERT

Points To Remember:

  • Iron came into existence around 3000 years ago, the uses of iron tools increased with the development of axes for clearing forest and expanding land and iron ploughshare for increasing production.
  • For the purpose of irrigation canals, lakes, artificial tanks and wells were built.
  • The Sangam age is regarded as the Golden Age of Tamil Literature. The Sangam Literature consists of two thousand three hundred and seventy one poems. In total, there were three Sangams.
  • Jatakas were stories composed by ordinary people but written and preserved by Buddhist monk. Punched marked coins were used and were called so because the designs were punched onto the metal- silver or copper.
  • Mathura was an important city as it was located on the crossroad of two major routes of travel and trade from the northwest to east and from North to South. It was also a production centre for the sculpture.

Chapter 9: Vital Villages Thriving Towns