The two popular assemblies which seem to have formed an essential feature of the government during the Age of Rig Veda are:

A. Arayans and Kalash

B. Sabha and Samiti

C. Kul and Kalash

D. Arayans and Samiti

Answer: Option B

Solution(By Examveda Team)

Sabha was the assembly in early Rig-Vedic and the assembly hall in later Rig-Vedic period. Women who attended this assembly were known as Sabhavati. It was a kin based assembly.

Samiti was a folk assembly in which people of the tribe gathered for transacting tribal business. It discussed philosophical issues and was concerned with religious ceremonies and prayers.

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