Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
Tipu Sultan of Mysore was killed in a bloody engagement in
The fourth Mysore War
The first Mysore War
The third Mysore War
The second Mysore War
Which one of the following vedas contains sacrificial formulae?
Who among the following has started the Public Works Department in India in AD 1848?
Lord William Bentinck
The Ramosi & Gadkari revolts took place in
Amir Khusrau's Khazain-ul-futuh gives an account of the military campaign of
Feroze Tughlaq in Orissa
Muhammad Tughlaq in Gujarat
Sultan Balban in the Mewat region
Malik Kafur in South India
Consider the following statements
- Battle of Buxar provided the key to the English to establish their rule in India.
- The Treaty of Allahabad, concluded in 1765, enabled the British to establish their rule in Bengal.
Both 1 and 2
Neither 1 nor 2
Which of the following was not one of the causes for the rise of Extremism in the Congress?
The Indian Council Act, 1892 did not satisfy the aspirations of Congressmen and it was felt that the policy of appeals and prayers had brought no results.
There was widespread resentment against the passing of the Seditious Meetings Act and the Indian Press Act.
The exclusion of the Indian intelligentsia from all the big jobs in the country created bitterness.
Dissatisfaction with the progress of the past two decades made some leaders lose faith in the British sense of justice and fair play.
What benefits did the Poona Pact offer to the depressed classes?
50% reservation in the ICS
18% seats in the central legislature and 148 seats in the provincial legislature
20% reservation in the provincial legislature
44 seats in the central legislature
What was the capital of Chandelas?
Identify the name of the wife of the Mughal Emperor who is believed to have sabotaged the work of the rebels by acting as an informer to the British.
Which was the chief or main region of copper mines in Mughal period?
During whose reign did Buddhism become the state religion?
The term "Tirthankaras" is associated with
The only Veda to have been rendered musically is
The Rig Veda
The Atharva Veda
The Yajur Veda
The Sama Veda
After 1880, Railways were built during British rule in India through-
Indian merchants or money-lenders
A and B both
Which of the following was not one of the reasons for the popularity of Buddhism in China?
The life of purity followed by the immigrant Indian Buddhists and their Chinese Disciples attracted the Chinese to Buddhism
The writing of such people as Mou-tseu created confidence in the minds of the educated chinese
The patronage of the reigning dynasties in China (e.g. Wei dynasty) helped the cause of Buddhism
There were no rival religions at the time of introduction of Buddhism in China
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