July 3, 2020

Mayan Academy

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Print culture and the modern world – Assessment – III

Topic: Print culture and the modern world
Assessment – III

.   Answer the following.

1.     The printing press first came to Goa by _____________.

2.     _____________.fifty books had been printed in the Konkani and in Kanara languages.

3.     Catholic priests printed the first Tamil book in 1579 at _____________.

4.     In _____________ the first Malayalam book was printed by Catholic priests.

5.     In 1710, ____________ missionaries had printed 32 Tamil texts.

6.     ____________ began to edit the Bengal Gazette, a weekly magazine.

7.     Name the publication of Rajaram Mohan Roy – _____________.

8.     The Hindu orthodoxy commissioned the _____________.to oppose Rajaram Mohan Roy’s opinions.

9.     The first Gujarati newspaper the _____________.

10. The Legal scholars of Islam and the sharia were known as ______.

11.  A legal pronouncement on Islamic law usually given by a mufti (legal scholar) to clarify issues on which the law is uncertain called as ______.

12. The ___________ founded in 1867, published thousands upon thousands of fatwas

13. Two Persian newspapers –  _____________ and _____________.

14. The first printed edition of the _____________ of Tulsidas, a sixteenth-century text, came out from Calcutta in 1810.

15. Rashsundari Debi’s autobiography is known as _____________.

16. The first full-length autobiography published in The Bengali language is _____________.

17.  “The opponents of female education say that women will become unruly … Fie! “ Said by Begum _____________.

18. ___________and _____________wrote with passionate anger about the miserable lives of upper-caste Hindu women, especially widows.

19. Istri Dharm Vichar was published by _____________.

20. ___________ was devoted to the printing of popular books in central Calcutta.


Answer

1.     The printing press first came to Goa by Portuguese missionaries.2.     In 1674, fifty books had been printed in the Konkani and in Kanara languages.

3.     Catholic priests printed the first Tamil book in 1579 at Cochin.

4.     In 1713 the first Malayalam book was printed by Catholic priests.

5.     In 1710, Dutch Protestant missionaries had printed 32 Tamil texts.

6.     James Augustus Hickey began to edit the Bengal Gazette, a weekly magazine.

7.     Name the publication of Rajaram Mohan Roy – The Sambad Kaumudi

8.     The Hindu orthodoxy commissioned the Samachar Chandrika to oppose Rajaram Mohan Roy’s opinions.

9.     The first Gujarati newspaper the Bombay Samachar.

10. The Legal scholars of Islam and the sharia were known as Ulama

11.  A legal pronouncement on Islamic law usually given by a mufti (legal scholar) to clarify issues on which the law is uncertain called as Fatwa

12. The Deoband Seminary, founded in 1867, published thousands upon thousands of fatwas

13. Two Persian newspapers –  Jam-i-Jahan Nama and Shamsul Akhbar.

14. The first printed edition of the Ramcharitmanas of Tulsidas, a sixteenth-century text, came out from Calcutta in 1810.

15. Rashsundari Debi’s autobiography is known as Amar Jiban

16. The first full-length autobiography published in The Bengali language is Amar Jiban.

17.  “The opponents of female education say that women will become unruly … Fie! “ Said by Begum Rokeya Sakhawat Hossein.

18. Tarabai Shinde and Pandita Ramabai wrote with passionate anger about the miserable lives of upper-caste Hindu women, especially widows.

19. Istri Dharm Vichar was published by Ram Chaddha.

20. The Battala was devoted to the printing of popular books in central Calcutta.