HistoryWhich of the following did the Mundas practise?

Which of the following did the Mundas practise?


  1. A
    Settled agriculture
  2. B
    Shifting cultivation
  3. C
    Terrace farming
  4. D
    None of the above 

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    Solution:

    The Mundas practised shifting cultivation. Shifting agriculture, also known as "Jhum" locally, is a common method of crop cultivation among India's indigenous people. Farmers use the technique, also known as slash-and-burn agriculture, to clear land for farming by chopping down vegetation and burning forests and woodlands. This is a very simple and quick method of preparing the soil for cultivation. The bushes and weeds are simple to get rid of. The land receives the necessary nutrients from the burning of waste materials.
     
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