Mediaval Indian history MCQ's Questions
The Mughals have been made immortal by their achievements in the field.
Two major crops introduced in India during the Mughal period were
Millet and Groundnut
Potato and Mustard
Tobacco and Maize
Indigo and Maize
The designation 'amil' during Akbar's reign denoted a
Shivaji founded the Maratha kingdom by annexing the territories of
Both A and B above
Bijapur, Golcunda and the Mughals
1526 AD is significant in India's History because of..........
Foundation of Mughal empire in North India
Arrival of Ibn batuta
Arrival of Vasco Di Gama
Establishment of East India Company
Akbar had got constructed the Buland Darwaza to commemorate his victory of
The title of Alamgir was assumed by
The Mansabdari system introduced by Akbar was borrowed from the system prevalent in
The term apabhramsa was used in medieval Sanskrit texts to denote
outcastes among the Rajputas
deviations from Vedic rituals
early forms of some of the modern Indian languages
non-Sanskrit verse metres
Which Mugal emperor was a great musician, a great patron of Hindustani Music and was popularly known as Rangila?
Bahdur Shah I
Bahadur Shah II
Silapaddikaram' and 'Manimekalai' are the immortal epic works belonging to which of the following period?
Early Medieval Age
Shershah Suri introduced the coins made of..........?
Silver & Copper Only
Gold & Silver Only
Gold, Silver & Copper
Gold & Copper
Hemu was captured and brought before Akbar by..........
Shah Qulihan Mehran
Who from among the following was the founder of Bahmani kingdom in the Deccan?
Consider the following:
- Tughluqabad Fort
- Lodhi Garden
- Qutub Minar
- Fatehpur Sikri The correct chronological order in
3, 1, 4, 2
3, 1, 2, 4
1, 3, 2, 4
1, 3, 4, 2
Jizya was abolished by the Mughal ruler
Which Sultan had been named Lakh Baksh, or the giver of lakhs, for his unbounded generosity?
The state-promoted canal irrigation system was initiated by
The buildings in Fatehpur sikri are built by using mostly which of the following?
..........built by Shah Jahan is one of the unrivalled beauties of the world.
The Palace at Kabul
There are 20 questions to complete.