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Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Std-6 Daily Home Learning Study Youtube /Diksha Portal Video.

Std-6 Daily Home Learning Study Youtube /Diksha Portal Video. 

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Through Mandal Std. 1-12 Gujarati Medium textbooks are published. Thereafter in English,  Hindi Marathi, Sindhi, Urdu, Sanskrit and Tamil Language also text books are published.Gujarat Pathypustak Mandal Also Known As GSSTB.



Dholavira is an archeological site located in Khadirbet area of ​​Bhachau taluka in Kutch district.  Generally Harappan towns are divided into two parts (two tier), while Dholavira town is divided into three parts (three tier). 
 (1) Fort - Citadel (2) Upper town (3) Lower town, The main feature of Dholavira town is the rainwater harvesting system and stadium.  The town of Kalibang in Rajasthan was the headquarters of the agrarian revolution of the Harappan civilization.  The remains of the farms cultivated here provide proof of this.  The copper remains found here prove that copper implements may have been made here and these implements may have been used in agriculture.  Thus, the town planning of the Indus Valley Civilization was well-organized, well-engineered, well-planned and skillful.  It is a wonderful reflection of the ruling power of the ruling class of that time, the intelligence of the engineers and the art of the artisans.  Economic life of Harappan civilization The people of Indus Valley civilization were engaged in occupations like agriculture, animal husbandry, trade, craft industry.  Cultivation of wheat, barley, peas, sesame, mustard etc.  Than using a plow to cultivate land in agriculture.  Raising cows, buffaloes, goats, bullocks in animal husbandry.  They do domestic and international trade.  The cotton cloth reached as far as Mesopotamia and through it to Egypt.  Historians believe so.  Apart from this his other occupations included pottery, metallurgy, bead making, sculpture etc.

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Changing environment: About 12,000 years ago today, the atmosphere around the world underwent a major change.  As temperatures rose in many parts of the world, vegetation and grasslands sprang up.  As a result, the number of herbivores such as deer, sheep, and goats that eat grass began to increase.  The primitive people definitely got the benefit of it.  They began to study the manners of such animals and thus their mental development also began to take place.  They came in contact with grass, trees, plants as well as wheat, barley and other grains due to climate change.  The stone was used by men and women to collect grain.  Out of curiosity, these works gradually introduced agriculture to India.  People started using stone to grow grain.  He started growing grain around the river bank and gradually with the onset of agriculture he started living in mud-grass-grass houses around the place where the grain was growing and gradually his wandering life came to an end and settled life began.  The first companion or friend of his permanent life was a dog.  Apart from that they were also familiar with animals like sheep - goats and cows - buffaloes, pigs.  Gradually he began to adjust to them as well.  They protected such pets from predators in the wild.  Thus they became involved in farming as well as animal husbandry.  However, research is being done on when he used the animals for milk.


Sustainable life: food, shelter, clothing: The beginnings of agriculture and animal husbandry changed the primitive man from a wandering life to a permanent one.  We know that places for agriculture cannot be left behind because the crop takes some time to germinate, it needs water and when the crop is ready the grains have to be cut and the grain extracted from it.  This process ushered in a stable life in India.  He also started making clay pots to store grain.  Now, with the end of their nomadic life, their food, clothing, and shelter changed dramatically.  In addition to wheat, barley and beef, they ate fish and fruits around their colony.  Mud - Living in mud and grass houses.  Than farming.  Farming implements made from stones.  These include hoe, chisel, toothpick.  The table below shows the places in India where food, shelter, tools and animal remains have been found.