Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
Consider the following statements: Al-Beruni's Kitab-ul-Hind is
- A sympathetic study of Indian civilization.
- Mainly a political history of India.
- Critical of Mahmud Ghaznavi' s plundering raids of India.
- Mainly a study of India's cultural, social and intellectual history.
2 and 4
1 and 4
1, 3 and 4
Who were called barids?
Craftsmen working in state workshops
The spy reporters
Bodyguards of the sultan
Officer-in-charge of state exchequer
What was the greatest contribution of Ishwar Chand Vidyasagar in the social reforms in India?
He ensured the widow's marriage and girl's education.
Help in the abolition of Sati Pratha.
He adopted 100 villages to relocate them from Andhra Pradesh to Bengal for a better life.
Established the Brahma Samaj
The chief gain to Shivaji from his raids of Surat in 1664 and 1670 was
Immense increase in his prestige
Capture of the English factory
A lot of booty
Demoralisation of the Mughal forces
By which Act, Rule of East India Company ended in India?
Morley-Minto Act, 1909
Regulating Act, 1773
Government of India Act, 1858
Pitt's India Act, 1784
Which of the following was a republic in sixth century B.C.?
None of these
Which one of the following usages was a post-Vedic development?
On the basis of available evidence, the Harappan civilization contributed two important things to mankind which were
Growing wheat and cotton
Copper and bronze smelting technology
Making soak-pits and earthen pipes
Knowledge of mathematics and decimal system
Indicate the correct chronological order of dynasties in North-west India.
Sakas, Parthians, Kushanas
Sakas, Kushanas, Parthians
Kushanas, Sakas, Parthians
Parthians, Sakas, Kushanas
Mother of Gautam Buddha belonged to which dynasty?
The center of French power in India was:
Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque was built by which ruler?
Muhammad bin Tughluq
Which of the following crops in Vijayanagar empire was widely exported?
None of the above
Who had converted Kanishka to Buddhism?
What was Bargir in Maratha army?
Consider the following passage: His records proclaim him as a feudatory of the emperor Somesvara II. He had his capitals at Talakad in the South and Bankapura in the North. It was in A. D. 1137 that he performed the great ceremony of Tulapursha. The above passage refers to
Yayati Mahasivagupta I
There are 16 questions to complete.