Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
On the basis of which of the following traditional records have the dates of Lord Buddha 's birth and death been fixed?
Simhalese tradion-Mahavamsa and Dipavamsa
Tibetan tradition of historian Taranath
Indian Buddhist texts-Ashokavadan and Divyvadan
Chinese tradition-Cantonese records
The Ryotwari settlement was introduced by the British in the
Madras and Bombay Presidencies
Malik Muhammad Jayasi has written an epic, Padmavati, relating to king Ratan Singh and his queen Padmini of
On which of the following systems of Hindu Philosophy, Shankaracharya wrote a commentary in 9th century AD?
Dadmani system refers to
Agreement on loans & repayment
Agreements on lands
Repayment of irrigation loans
According to Manu, a Brahamana was to be awarded higher punishment than the persons of other varnas for the offence of
The use of abusive language for the persons of other varnas
Which of the following event compel M.K Gandhi to withdraw the Nation's cooperation from the British Government?
Bhagat Singh Hanging
All of the above
The first invasion of India by Sultan Mahmud Ghazni was in
Which is the rich source of information about Gupta age?
Which of the following statement is incorrect?
Untouchability was common during later Vedic age
Inter dining among different castes was not forbidden during the later Vedic age
The castes were not hereditary during the later Vedic age
Inter-marriages among these upper castes were in vogue during the Vedic age
The. voluminous compositions attributed to Guru Gobind Singh (the last Sikh Guru) are collectively known as
Dasam (Padshah Ka) Granth
Almost all Harappan towns had large granaries because
Taxes were paid in kind, and therefore, granaries acted as a sort of public treasuries
Surplus produce of the countryside was stored in the towns
Food-grains were stored for the purpose of trade
All of the above
Ayagara in Vijayanagar were
Governors of Provinces
Adiministrators of Nadus
Administrators of Kottams
Kautilya was the Prime Mjnister of which of the following Indian rulers?
During the colonial period in India, what was the purpose of the Whitley Commission?
To report on the existing conditions of labour and to make recommendations
To review the fitness of India for further political reforms
To draw up a plan for financial reforms for India
To develop a comprehensive scheme for Civil Services in India
Which of the following statement is false?
Rashtrakuta king who defeated the Pratihara ruler Nagabhatta-Govinda III
Kavirajamarga was written by Indra III is Kannada.
Rashtrakuta king who constructed the Kailasha temple-Krishan I
Rashtrakuta king who never invaded India Amoghavarsha.
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