10000 Indian history MCQ

Indian History MCQ

Question 191
The Sultan of the Sultanate of Delhi, who transferred his capital from Delhi to Agra, was
A
Sikandar Lodi
B
Ibrahim Lodi
C
Bahlul Lodi
D
Khizr Khan






Question 192
Which of the following is not matched correctly?
A
Swadeshi movement: Lord Minto II
B
Abolition of slavery: Lord Ellenborough
C
Abolition of Sati: Lord William Bentinck
D
First railway line in India: Lord Canning
Question 193
What were the ahdis of Akbar's time?
A
Village level money-lenders
B
Foot-soldiers in the army
C
Cashiers working in diwani
D
Village guards






Question 194
Vidhushaka, a common character in Sanskrit drama is invariably a
A
Kshatriya
B
Brahmana
C
Shudra
D
Vaishya
Question 195
Which was first capital of Magdha?
A
Girivarja ( Rajgriha)
B
Pataliputra
C
Champa
D
Vaishali






Question 196
Ajanta Cave paintings belongs to the period of
A
Nandas
B
Haryanks
C
Guptas-Vakatakas
D
Mauryas
Question 197
Which of the following statement is not correct about Simon Commission?
A
The activities of Swaraj party had induced the British Government to review the working of the diarchy system introduced by the Montague-Chelmsford reforms.
B
The British Government appointed the Simon Commission in Nov. 1927.
C
Simon commission was opposed because its all members were the English.
D
Lala Lajpat Rai died during the protest of Simon commission.






Question 198
Cordova is a city of:
A
Libya
B
Al-Andalus
C
Lebanon
D
None of these
Question 199
Which among the following is the most famous Bronze Image of Chola Period?
A
Murugan
B
Vishnu
C
Nataraja
D
Venkateshwar






Question 200
Who was the first European to translate the Bhagad Gita into English?
A
James Prinsep
B
Alexander Cunningham
C
William Jones
D
Charles Wilkins
There are 200 questions to complete.

5 thoughts on “10000 Indian history MCQ

  1. asif

    Sir pls make pdf of history geog polity mcq of this set by putting ans below the question.

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  2. Krishna singh

    Sir ye Hindi me nhi h Kya question bhut achhe h thank u sir ….

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