(i) The general burial practice was extended inhumation.
(ii) Evidence of double burial comes from Lothal.
(iii) Fractional burial was not known to the people of Mohenjodaro.
(iv) Traces of a wooden coffin were found at Harappa by Mortimer Wheeler.
Of these:
(a) i, ii and iii are true
(b) ii, iii and iv are true
(c) i, ii and iv are true
(d) All are true
Which of the following statements about Harappan script is not correct?
(a) The number of signs of the Harappan script is known to be between 400
and 600, of which about 40 or 60 are basic and the rest are their variants.
(b) The variants are formed by adding different accents, inflexions or other
letters to the former.
(c) S R Rao has claimed to have deciphered Harappan script which is
accepted by majority of the historians.
(d) Harappan script is regarded as pictographic since its signs generally
represent birds, fish, varieties of the human form, etc.
A striking oblong sealing—representing the Mother Goddess with a plant
growing from her womb on the obverse, and a man with a knife in hand and a
woman with raised hands who is to be sacrificed on the reverse—was found
at
(a) Mohenjodaro
(c) Lothal
(c) Harappa
(d) Kalibangan
Match List I with List II and select the answer using the codes given below
          List I                                         List II
      (i) Bearded man                                 (A) Gumla
      (ii) Fire Altars                                (B) Lothal
      (iii) Sandstone torso                           (C) Harappa
      (iv) Serpent Goddess                            (D) Mohenjodaro
                                                      (E) Surkotada