Q.1 give some names of shifting cultivations?
Q2.why did the british give reward for killing of tigers and other large animals?how many animals were killed for reward
Q3.how did british and rajas HUNT?
Q4.name any three pastoralist or nomadic communities of India.
Q5.what do you mean by forest villages?
Q6.what were the suffering villagers had to face?
Q7.who were the kalangs?mention any four charactersticks of this community?
Q8.what was blandongdieston system?
Q9.what were the different crops grown in different parts of the world under shifting cultivation?
Q10.explain the role of madras presidency for the deforestation in India ? explian in brief
Q11.when was the Imperial forest reaserch institute set up?
Q12.name some leaders who revolted against the british when the forest act was passed
 

Asked by Divyanshu Vats | 7th Nov, 2014, 04:55: PM

Expert Answer:

Ans 1.

Shifting cultivation is a traditional agricultural practice which takes place in many parts of Asia, Africa and South America. It is also known as swidden agriculture.

Swidden agriculture has many local names such as lading in Southeast Asia, milpa in Central America, chitemene or tavy in Africa and chena in Sri Lanka. In India, it is dhya, penda, bewar, nevad, jhum, podu, khandad and kumri.
 
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Shifting cultivation is a traditional agricultural practice which takes place in many parts of Asia, Africa and South America. It is also known as swidden agriculture.

Swidden agriculture has many local names such as lading in Southeast Asia, milpa in Central America, chitemene or tavy in Africa and chena in Sri Lanka. In India, it is dhya, penda, bewar, nevad, jhum, podu, khandad and kumri.

Answered by Akanksha Kaul | 7th Nov, 2014, 07:03: PM

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