Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
Which of the following statement is not correct about Simon Commission?
The activities of Swaraj party had induced the British Government to review the working of the diarchy system introduced by the Montague-Chelmsford reforms.
The British Government appointed the Simon Commission in Nov. 1927.
Simon commission was opposed because its all members were the English.
Lala Lajpat Rai died during the protest of Simon commission.
Cordova is a city of:
None of these
Which among the following is the most famous Bronze Image of Chola Period?
Who was the first European to translate the Bhagad Gita into English?
The designation 'amil' during Akbar's reign denoted a
A new addition to social customs during Rajput age was
Why Mahatma Gandhi launched individual satyagrahas in 1940:
To protest against British decision to make India join second world war.
To prepare masses for quit India movement.
As a reaction against the failure of August Offer.
To affirm the right of speech for Indians.
Who captured Pune in 1818?
Who among the following Indian cracks the British Indian Civil Services Examination in the first time in Indian History?
R. N. Dutt
Behari Lal Gupta
In 1901 the State Census Manual of recorded Sree Narayana as a revered "Guru" and an erudite Sanskrit scholar.
Hughly was used as a base for piracy in the Bay of Bengal by
Who among the following Delhi Sultans was known for introducing market control mechanism?
What was the occasion of the Second Buddhist Council?
To settle the controversy arising from the adoption of certain practices by the Vajjian monks of Vaishali
To put an end to the dissensions in the Church (Sangha)
To prepare a complete and authentic collection of the teachings of Lord Buddha
to establish the purity of the canon which had been imperiled by the rise of different sects
River Chenab was known is ancient times as
Adilabad fort and the city of Jahanpanah was built by?
Muhammad bin Tughluq
None of the above
Khuddak Nikay belongs to.
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