List I      List II
      (i)            (a) Language was Dravi-dian and script relied upon
      Mahadevan homophones.
      (ii) S R       (b) Language is closer to Dravidian than to any other
      Rao            language.
      (iii)          (c) Accepted Dravidian hypothesis and published an
      Kinnier-       impressive computer concordance.
      (iv)           (d) Attempt to read the contents of the inscriptions in terms
      Parpola        of analogies between Harappan and Sumerian signs.
      (v) Soviet (e) Attempt to read the script as containing a preindo-Aryan
      scholars       language of the Indo-European family.
(a) i-A, ii-C, iii-E, iv-D, v-B
(b) i-D, ii-A, iii-B, iv-C, v-E
(c) i-C, ii-E, iii-D, iv-A, v-B
(d) i-B, ii-D, iii-A, iv-E, v-C
A nude male dancing figure in greystone with twisting shoulders and one
raised leg, reminiscent of Lord Nataraja of the later times comes from
(a) Mohenjodaro
(b) Harappa
(c) Lothal
(d) Chanhudaro
Majority of the Indus terracotta figurines were
(a) hand-modelled
(b) made in single moulds
(c) cut with a saw
(d) sculptured with a chisel
The religious iconography of Indus people consists of
(i) Seals and Sealings
(ii) Images and Statues
(iii) Terracotta figurines
(iv) Amulets and Tablets