Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
Which of the following were ruling powers in whose records the worship of Skanda is found mentioned?
1 and 2
Consider the following statements on the Chalukyas
- Pulakesin II defeated the Vishnukundins of Andhra delta and later allowed Vishnuvardhana to form a kingdom there.
- Pulakesin II performed a horse sacrifice.
- The Chalukyas became a sovereign power under Pulakesin I.
- From Vishnuvardhana's reign began the line of western Chalukyas.
1 and 3
2 and 3
1, 2 and 3
2 and 4
The ryotwari settlement was primarily introduced by British Government in?
Bengal & Bihar
Madras & Bombay
None of the above
The credit for Harappa excavation goes to.
Who among the following had during his reign introduced a new calendar, a new system or coinage, and new scales or weights and measures?
Murshid Quli Khan
The Name of Ram Prasad Bismil is associated with
Kakori Conspiracy Case
Alipore Conspiracy Case
Kanpur Conspiracy Case
Meerut Conspiracy Case
The Bhoodan Movement had been started by
M K Gandhi
'India for the Indians.'' Who said?
Madan Mohan Malaviya
Bal Gangadhar Tilak
The Megaliths of South India are mainly associated with
The Mughal queen, whose name was inscribed on the coins and on all royal farmans as well as attached to the imperial signature was
According to Gandhi, ahimsa could not be construed to mean
a positive state of law
tolerance of the wrong and unjust
doing good even to the evildoers
Robert Clive, the Governor General of the.
Who among the following said, ''One religion, one caste and one God for mankind''?
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
Sri Narayan Guru
The drain of wealth from Bengal began in
Consider the following statements regarding the history of Kashmir in the tenth century-
- There were two rival groups in the court.
- Queen Sugandha was deposed in 914 A.D.
- Queen Didda did not curb the powers of the feudal landowners.
1, 2, 3
Which was NOT a reform that Akbar introduced to India?
He made Sanskrit the official language of the empire.
He welcomed Hindus at court and in the government.
He lowered taxes.
He abolished forcible conversions.
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