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CBSE Notes 2011-2012 » Clothing : A Social History - Class 9 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)

Clothing : A Social History - Class 9 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)


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Question :

What was Cockade ?


Answer :

A faishionable dress of France
A cap that usually wore on one side
A skirt worn up to the knee
A type of fur. [CBSE CCE 2010]


Question :

Who among the following Indians was associated with the case of defiance of the shoe-respect rule ?


Answer :

Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar
Manokjee Cowasjee Entee
Mahatma Gandhi
Sir M. Visveswaraya. [CBSE CCE 2010]


Question :

Which of the following was the official residence of British King George V ?


Answer :

White House
Buckingham Palace
10 Downing Street
Winter Palace


Question :

Which of the following options best explains the sumptuary laws ?


Answer :

The laws that prohibited wearing short skirts
The laws that declared that silk clothes could not be used by peasants
The laws that controlled the behaviour of the social inferiors
The laws that prohibited the socially superior class from wearing cotton dresses


Question :

Why did the British officials remove their hats in front of superiors ?


Answer :

As a mark of submission
As a mark of respect to their superiors
As a matter of habit
Without any particular reason


Question :

Why were Shanar by the upper caste in the southern princely state of Travancore ?


Answer :

For wearing a cloth across their upper bodies
Due to sufforage movement
For wearing ermine and for clothes
For wearing cockade. [CBSE CCE 2010]


Question :

In France which of the following was the only class who could use materials like ermine, fur and silk ?


Answer :

Royalty
Nobility
Clergy
Commons


Question :

The 'turban' in India was not just a protection from heat but also a sign of


Answer :

wealth
scholarly qualities
respectability
caste superiority


Question :

Which of the following is related to Sumptuary Laws ?


Answer :

Wars
Clothes
Food
None of these. [CBSE CCE 2010]


Question :

The women in Victorian England were tightly fitting corsets when they slightly grew older


Answer :

Because the women cannot move freely
It was considered fashionable
Because it gave shape and support to the figure
Because women were expected to be serious, independent and aggressive [CBSE CCE 2010]