UPSC History Delhi Sultnat (Gulam, Khilji, Tughlak, Sayyed, Lodhi) Question Bank Medieval History

  • question_answer During the Mughal period, "Seth, Bohra and Banjaras" were known as:

    A)  Traders

    B)  Agriculture farmers, landlords and Revenue officers

    C)  Village Heads

    D)  Military officers

    Correct Answer: A

    Solution :

     The Indian trading classes were large in numbers and spread throughout the country during the Mughal period. They were well organized and highly professional. Seth, boh traders specializ in long distance trade while local traders were called banik. Another class of traders was known as banjaras, who specialized in carrying bulk goods,                                     


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