Indian History Questions Answers 10000 MCQ.
According to Ancient Indian legendary sources, Surabhi was a/an
medicine prepared by Dhanvantri
intoxicating drink consumed during religious ceremonies in ancient times
treasure in the form of a cow, churned from the cosmic ocean
The term of office fixed by Regulating Act for Governor General was
As per Wavell's Plan the external affairs would be under the charge of.......
Secretary of State
An Indian Member of the Executive Council
Mewar accepted the Suzerainty of the Mughals during the reign of
None of these
Who among the following Indian freedom fighters made an attempt to estimate the per capital income of India?
Gopal Krishna Gokhale
Feroze Shah Mehta
The Rohelas helped the Afghan invaders in 1761 in the Battle of
Which of the following statements is/are correct about the people of stone age?
They had to depend entirely on tools and weapons made of stone
They settled down only on the slopes of the hills, in rock shelters and the hilly river valley
They could not produce more than what they needed for this bare subsistence
All of the above
The Tughluqs were:
an Islamic religious order.
a Hindu resistance movement.
the successors to the Ala-ud-din order.
Which of the following Congress leader rejected the 'August Offer' of 1940?
Sir George Stanley
Who among the following initiated the Kheda Satyagraha?
Which of the following is not true of both Buddhism & Jainism?
They advocated ahimsa
They are atheist
They believed in rigorous asceticism
They are welcomed by the vaishyas
After 1835, Parliament decided to:
suppress the Hindu Renaissance.
encourage Indian interest in Western learning.
stop educating Indians.
openly encourage India's interest in its own culture.
The treaty of Seringapatnam was be-tween Cornwallis and
Nizam of Hyderabad
Who of the following dedicated the caves in Nagarjuna Hills to the Ajivikas?
The British Governor General, who formulated the policy of Subsidiary Alliance with regard to Indian powers was
Lord William Bentick
There are only two known examples of cave paintings of the Gupta period in ancient India. One of these is paintings of Ajanta caves. Where is the other surviving example of Gupta paintings?
Lomas Rishi cave
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