Ancient Indian history MCQ's Questions
Which of the following rivers does not find frequent mention in Rigvedic Hymns?
Which of the following Vedas deals with magic spells and witchcraft?
During whose reign did Buddhism become the state religion?
What is the number of Richas in Rigveda?
The first one, among the following, to deal with music was
Who among the following are not mentioned in Asokan Inscriptions?
In Which region was the first metallic coin used In India?
The Indo-Gangetic plain of central India
Bihar and Eastern Uttar Pradesh
The Deccan Plateau
The Indus Valley civilisation can be said to belong to the
The Harappan Civilisation achieved far greater advancement than Sumer, Elam etc. on account of its
weights and measures
seals and figures
Which of the following sets of books and authors has been incorrectly matched?
The Chahamana (or Chauhan) king who founded the city of Ajmer and made it his capital was
Which among the following correctly explains Bhikkhuni Patimokkha of Buddhism?
Buddhist monks under whose supervision Buddhist nuns were to live
Special places which were used by Buddhist nuns for worship
Special code of conduct for female Buddhist monks or Buddhist nuns
Special book which narrates Jataka story of Buddha
The economy of the Indus Valley people was based on?
Trade and Commerce
All the above
Which among the following is not correctly matched?
Who of the following was the personal physician of Kanishka and also the author of a famous treatise on the Indian system of medicine?
The Svetambaras and Digambaras refer to two sects of
The Chola king, who after successfully raiding Bengal took the title of Gangaikonda and also founded a new capital (Gangaikonda Cholapuram) was
The last Mauryan king was
Which of the following is one of the greatest classics of the Sangam literature?
Silapadikaram or Manimekalai
Three most important cities associated with the Chandelas were
Khajuraho, Mahoba (or Mahotsvanagar) and Kalanjar
Dhara, Kalanjar, and Chhatarpur
Tripuri, Kalanjar and Khajuraho
Mahoba, Banda and Chhatarpur
There are 20 questions to complete.