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Who was considered a “foreigner” in the past?
In the past, a foreigner is referred to as a person who was not part of a certain society, culture or we can say an outsider. For example - A city dweller might have considered a forest dweller as a foreigner but not the two farmers from different cast and religion living in the same village were a foreigner to each other.
In other words, foreigner means a person who is not considered as a member of a society or considered an outsider as he may have come from far of places.
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Who was considered a “foreigner” in the past?NCERT Our Pasts - II
State whether true or false:
(a) We do not find inscriptions for the period after 700.
(b) The Marathas asserted their political importance during this period.
(c) Forest-dwellers were sometimes pushed out of their lands with the spread of agricultural settlements.
(d) Sultan Ghiyasuddin Balban controlled Assam, Manipur and Kashmir.NCERT Our Pasts - II
Fill in the blanks:
(a)Archives are places where _____ are kept.
(b) _____ was a fourteenth-century chronicler.
(c) ____, ____, ____, ____ and ____ were some of the new
crops introduced into the subcontinent during this period.NCERT Our Pasts - II
List some of the technological changes associated with this period.NCERT Our Pasts - II