Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
As per the Act of 1919 Which of the following statements was not correct?
Provincial subjects were classified into Reserved subjects and Transferred subjects.
The salary of the Secretary of State for India was not to be paid by Parliament.
Responsible Government would be realised only by the progressive stages.
British India must remain an integral part of the British Empire.
The first law giver of the world was
The Kushans issued coins of
Gold and Silver
Gold, Silver and Copper
Gold and Copper
The first cereals that early men grown were
barley and rice.
barley and maize
wheat and barley
wheat and rice
Statement I: Bal Gangadhar Tilak sought to diffuse the spirit of nationalism among the masses. Statement II: Tilak organised a corps of volunteers to help the famine-stricken people in the Deccan.
Both the statements are true and Statement II is the correct explanation of Statement I
Both the statements are true, but Statement II is not the correct explanation of Statement I
Statement I is true, but Statement II is false
Statement I is false, but Statement II is true
'This site was granted to French East India Company in 1674 by Shaista Khan, a governor under the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. During the seven year's war (1756-63) this town was captured (1757) by the John, company but later (1763) restored to the French. Recaptured by the English in 1778 after the outbreak of the American war of Independence (1776-84) it was restored to the French by the Treaty of Paris (1785). Wrested again by the British in 1793, on the outbreak of the revolutionary wars in Europe, it was finally restored to the French in 1815 and remained part of their overseas empire until its transfer to the Indian republic in 1951''. The reference here is to
During the period 1000-1026 AD, how many plundering raids did Mahmud of Ghaznavi carry out in India?
Madras was restored to the English by the French by
The Treaty of Salbai (1782)
The Treaty of Pondicherry (1754)
The treaty of Aix-Ia-Chapelle (1749)
The Treaty of Mangalore (1784)
With which of the following vedic sacrifices was the drink of Sura associated?
Fakir-Sannyasi Resistance against the East India Company dominance in.
Who was the father of Tarabai?
Consider the following statements about Kabir and Nanak-
- Their ideas were drawn both from Bhakti and Sufi traditions.
- They expressed the sentiments of rural masses.
- They made a strong plea for Hindu-Muslim unity.
- Their followers founded religious communities.
1, 2 and 3 are correct
1, 3 and 4 are correct
1, 2, 3 and 4 are correct
1 and 2 are correct
Who was Alara Kalama?
Teacher of Buddha
Prominent Buddhist monk
Ruler who criticized Buddhism
Disciple of Buddha
The Upanishads are separated from the Brahmanas by treatises called........
Confucianism provided the moral and social foundation of:
Two Sayid brothers Sayid Abdullah Khan and Sayid Hussan Ali Khan (who rose to become the king makers during the later Mughal period) met their downfall during the reign of
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