Mediaval Indian history MCQ's Questions
The Administrative Council of Shivaji was known as,
Permission to the British to establish their trading centre at Surat had been given by the Mughal emperor
Akbar'a son and successor Salim, on becoming the emperor, assumed the name of
Nuruddin Muhammad Jahangir
Which among the following represents incorrect founder of a dynasty?
Parmar Dynasty-Upendra Raja
Solanki Dynasty-Mularaja I
Which Mughal King sat on the throne with title of '' Padshah Gazi''?
The East India Company was founded in India during the reign of
Nur Jehan is associated with the construction of
Her husband's tomb at Shahdara (Lahore)
Her father ltimad-ud-Daulah's tomb at Agra
Akbar's tomb at Sikandra (Agra)
Both A and B
The first woman ruler of India was
Rani of Jhansi
Which of the following invaders is wrongly paired with the year of his invasion?
Timurlane, 1398 AD
Mahmud of Ghaznavi, 1000 AD
Ahmad Shah Abdali, 1716 AD
Nadir Shah, 1738 AD
During the Mughal rule in the field of agriculture Parauti was the land
Two marble masterpieces of the reign of Shah Jahan were
Diwan-i-Khas and Musamman BuIj (Jasmine Palace at Agra)
Pearl Mosque (Moti Masjid) and Taj Mahal (at Agra)
Diwan-i-Aam and Shish Mahal (at Agra)
Jami Masjid and Diwan-i-Khas (Shahjahanabad, Delhi)
Who among the following was the religious guru of Shivaji?
The rulers of the Lodhi dynasty were
Turks settled in Afghanistan
Akbar had constructed several forts, Which did not include the one of
Delhi Red Fort
Which among the following Mughal emperors prohibited the use of tobacco?
The founder of the independent state of Bengal was
Murshid Quli Khan
In the year 1528, Akbar took the momentous step of
Forming an army of jackals
Propounding a new religion Din-i-Ilahi
Who among the following conspired against Ibrahim Lodi and invited Babur to invade Delhi?
Daulat Khan Lodi
None of the above
The authoritative treatise on Hindu law, Mitakshara, was written by
In India artillery was first used in the battle of
Panipat in 1526
There are 20 questions to complete.