Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
Who of the following was a contemporary of Gautama Buddha?
Which of the following are correctly matched?
- Chittoo Pandey: Quit India Movement
- Lakshmi Swaminathan: INA
- Sasibhushan Ray Chaudhry: Non-cooperation Movement
- Gurdit Singh: Anushilan Party
1 and 2
2 and 4
3 and 4
1 and 3
There was no regular tax from land in the early Vedic period, because
The expenditure of the government was low
The people were not settled permanently in one locality
The people were not accustomed to paying land tax
The king was not considered as the proprietor of the land
The earliest 'man like creature' which racially differed from 'Homo sapiens' is generally known as
Arrange the following events in chronological order and choose the correct answer using the codes given below:
- Amritsar Incident
- Chauri Chaura Incident
- Champaran Movement
- Moplah Revolt
C, A, D, B
A, B, C, D
B, A, C, D
C, A, B, D
Mzal Khan who fought with Shivaji was the ruler of
Eminent Tamil Poet C Subramania Bharati was associated with Which of the following movements oC the Indian National Congress?
Head of the military department under the recognised central machinery of administration during Akbar's reign was:
The second founder of the Maratha Kingdom was
Peshwa Balaji Vishwanath
How many students were studying in the Nalanda University as mentioned by Hiuen Tsang?
Which one of the following contemporary sources depicts Humayun's passion for astronomy and astrology?
Which Kushana king adopted the epithet 'dhrama-thida'?
Kanishka the Great
The Indus valley civilization flourishedduring
The royal seal of the Guptas bore the emblem of
Consider the following statement (s) related to the Indian National Congress
- The Poorna Swarajya resolution was passed in Lahore session of the Congress held in December
- The Congress Working Committee, which met on January 2, 1930, decided that January 26, 1930, should be observed as the PoornaSwarajya Day.
Both I and II
Neither I nor II
The founder of Portuguese power in India was
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