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LESSON 1 : Story of the past
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LESSON 2 : Sources of history
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Lesson 3 : Timelines and calendars
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Lesson 4 : A Good Citizen
Lesson 4 : A Good Citizen
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LESSON 5 : The four domains of the earth.
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LESSON 10 : political divisions of north India
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LESSON 11 : political divisions of east India
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LESSON 12 : political divisions of north east India
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LESSON 13 : Political divisions of central India
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LESSON 14 : political divisions of western India
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LESSON 15 : political divisions of south India
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LESSON 17 : our environment – pollution and protection
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Class 4 – Social Science
    About Lesson

    1. What is the occupation of most people in these states of east India  ?

    Ans. Farming is the most common occupation of people in these states of est India. 

    2. Why is land around Patna very fertile  ?

    Ans. The land around Patna is very fertile because of the Ganga and its two tributaries , kosi and son. Together they make the land fertile with the silt when they flood.

    3. Why is natural vegetation so varied in West Bengal  ?

    Ans. Natural vegetation is so varied in West Bengal because it has northern mountains with coniferous trees and mountain plants . Further down deciduous forest and the coastal areas with mangrove forests. 

    4. What trees do the forests of odisha have  ?

    Ans. The forests of Odisha have bamboo and deciduous trees like teak wood and rosewood. 

    5. What kind of natural vegetation does Assam have  ?

    Ans. Evergreen trees, deciduous trees, grasslands,  bamboo plants, orchids flowers and ferns are the natural vegetation of Assam. 

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